Research on Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management (HRM) faculty have produced numerous publications, including white papers, journal articles, case studies, books, reviews, abstracts, chapters, conference proceedings, surveys and literature reviews. Some of the HR areas of interest include compensation, measurement, strategy, diversity, selection, training, outsourcing, corporate governance, and virtual HR.

Title Author(s) Publication Date


Lighting the Way or Stealing the Shine?  An Examination of the Duality in Star Scientists' Effects on Firm Innovative Performance

Rebecca Kehoe
Daniel Tzabbar


Can Opportunity Emerge From Disarray?  An Examination of Exploration and Exploitation Following Star Scientist Turnover

Rebecca Kehoe
Daniel Tzabbar


Kristine Marin Kawamura, PhD interviews Susan E. Jackson, PhD

Kristine Marin

Managing Human Resources

Managing Human Resources explains how successful companies manage human resources in order to compete effectively in a dynamic, global environment.

Susan Jackson
Randall Schuler

Human Resource Management: Managing Employees for Competitive Advantage
This book seeks to help students understand the dynamic and exciting environment of human resources (HR) management and the complex decisions that all managers must make when managing employees.

David Lepak
Mary Gowan