Tourigny, Louise

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5735
Office Location
HH 4509

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Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Tourigny, L. 2010 Burnout and depression among nurses in Japan and China: The moderating effects of job satisfaction and absence. The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 15 N/A
Tourigny, L. 2010 Stress episode in aviation: The case of China. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal 17 1 62-78
Tourigny, L. 2009 Proactive personality and work performance in China: the moderating effects of emotional exhaustion and perceived safety climate. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences 26 1 23-37


Louise Tourigny completed her Ph.D. in Administration at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada in 2001. Her dissertation provides an assessment of the leadership styles of American Presidents. She has done an M.Sc. in Management and a B.Sc. in Management and Accounting at HEC, Montreal, Canada. She has published articles in several refereed journals including International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Management Decision, Canadian Psychology, and Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. She has presented papers at international conferences including the Academy of Management, the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values, and the International Leadership Association. She currently works on the study of occupational mental health in the airline industry and in hospitals located in the U.S., China,and Japan. Her research interests include Leadership, Ethics, Stress, Burnout, Depression, Coping, Absence, Turnover, Workplace Deviance, and Organizational Romance.

Best Paper Award - OB division
ASAC
Outstanding Reviewer Award
August 2012
Academy of Management- Organizational Behavior Division
Outstanding Reviewer Award
August 2012
Academy of Management-Gender and Diversity
Faculty Creative Achievement
2011
UW-Whitewater
UW-Whitewater Faculty/Staff Scholarship & Creative Achievement
2011
Outstanding Reviewer Award
August 2011
Academy of Management-Gender and Diversity
Outstanding Reviewer Award- Healthcare Management Division
August 2011
Academy of Management
Best International Paper Award
August 2010
Emerald Group Publishing-Journal of Health organization and management
Best International Paper Award
August 2010
Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management
Carolyn Dexter Award Nominee of the Academy of Management
August 2010
Academy of Management
Outstanding reviewer award
August 2010
Gender and Diversity Division of the Academy of Management
Best reviewer award
May 2008
ASAC- Case track
Carolyn Dexter Award Nominee of the Academy of Management
August 2007
Academy of Management
Faculty Creative Achievement 2005
September 2005
UW-Whitewater

Ph.D
Administration
Concordia University
2002
Ph.D. in Administration
Organizational Behavior
Concordia University (Canada)
2002
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Management Sciences
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1994
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Management Sciences and Accounting
École des Hautes Études Commerciales, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1991

Academy of Management
Current
Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
Current
International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values
Current
IACMR
January 2007 - Current

Occupational Mental Health among Hospital Nurses in China and India
Occupational Mental Health among Nurses: A Global Perspective
Gender and Trust: Their Effect on Shared Responsibility, Knowledge Sharing and OCB
Han, Jian and Baba Vishwanath, V.
Emotional exhaustion and job performance: On the role of organizational support and work-family conflict
Han, Jian and Baba Vishwanath, V.
Emotional exhaustion and its consequences among nurses in India and China
Saifuddin, K.S., Baba, V.V.
Burnout and shift work rotation: Absence and proactive personality as moderators
Baba, V.V., Zamantili-Nayir, D.
Emotional exhaustion and depression among nurses in India: On the role of withdrawal
Baba, V.V., Galperin, B.L.
Presenteeism: A research and practice agenda
Johns, G., Baba, V.V.
Stress and job performance: the moderating effect of presenteeism
Baba, V.V., Zamantili-Nayir, D.
Work and mental healthamong nurses in Turkey
Baba, V.V., Zamantili-Nayir, D. Akcelik, A., & Wang, X.
Burnout and absenteeism: Evidence from Turkish nurses
Baba, V.V., Zamantili-Nayir, D., Akcelik, A., & Wang, X.
On presenteeism and its consequences: Evidence from Turkish nurses
Baba, V.V., Zamantili-Nayir, D. , Akcelik, A., Wang, X.
Emotional exhaustion and job performance: The mediating role of organizational commitment
Baba, V.V., Han, J. Wang, X.
Emotional exhaustion and job satisfaction: the moderating roles of traditional Chinese values and organizational support
Baba, V.V., Han, J. Wnag, x.
Task performance and organizational citizenship behavior among Chinese nurses: The moderating effects of emotional exhaustion and organizational support
Baba, V.V., Han, J. Wang X.
Job scope and organizational behavior: Empirical evidence from the aviation sector in Mainland China
Baba, V.V. Wang, X.
Shift work and job stress among airline employees in Mainland China: the moderating effect of job design
Baba, V.V. & Wang, X.
Emotional exhaustion and absence: Can supervisors prevent withdrawal and sustain performance?
Baba, V.V. et Wang, X.
Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention, Burnout, Performance, and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Nurses in China
Baba, V.V., Wang, X., Han, J.
Occupational mental health among nurses in Argentina: The moderating effects of absence, job satisfaction and social support
Baba, V.V., Monsserat, S., Mayoral, L., Lituchy, T.
SHIFT WORK AMONG NURSES IN CHINA AND INDIA: A COMPARATIVE TEST OF THE UNIQUE PREDICTIVE CAPACITY HYPOTHESIS
Baba, V.V., Bedi, A., Wang X.
Organizational citizenship behavior in Mainland China: Etic and Emic dimensions
Baba, V.V., Han, J. et Wang, X.
Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Mainland China: Etic and Emic Dimensions
Baba, V.V., Wang, X., Han, J.
The impract of role overload on the mental health of nurses: A multi-nation study
Baba, Wang, Monserrat Mayoral
Exploring gender differences in occupational mental health: An empirical study of Chinese airline employees
Baba, V.V. et Wang, X.
Emotional exhaustion and its impact on work attitudes and behavior among Chinese airline employees: The moderating effects of safety climate and proactive personality
Baba, V.V., and Wang X.
The impact of role stressors, rotating shift work and job design on job stress: A study of airline employees in Mainland China
Baba, V.V. & Wang, X.
Burnout and OCB among Airline Employees in China: Proactive personality and absence as moderators
Baba, V.V., and Wang, X.
Organizational Behavior Division: Innovation and Creativity
On mental health and safety climate among airline employees in China: The moderating roles of attitudes and personality
Baba, V.V. & Wang, X.
Organizational Citizenship Behavior and its impact on occupational mental health: The role of personality and coping
Galperin, B.L.
On the Cross-cultural Portability of Job Satisfaction in Asia: A psychometric study
Baba, V.V., Wang, X., Lituchy, T., & Kar, S.
Burnout and its consequences among airline employees in China
Baba, V.V., Wang, X., & Liu, W.
On personality and performance: A study of airline employees in Mainland China
Baba, V.V., Wang, X.
Session #2 of the Organizational Behavior Division
Inducing Faith: How Novice and Nascent Entrepreneurs Can Convince Reluctant Stakeholders
Dougan, W.L
Job burnout: Absence and supervisory support as coping strategies among airline employees in Japan.
., Baba, V.V., & Lituchy, T
Job burnout: Absence and supervisory support as coping strategies among airline employees in Japan
Baba, V.V., & Lituchy, T.
Job scope, decision latitude and job burnout: An empirical investigation among airline employees in Japan
., Baba, V.V., & Lituchy, T.
Job scope, decision latitude and job burnout: An empirical investigation among airline employees in Japan.
Baba, V.V. & Lituchy, T.
Servant-leadership and performance: A study of American presidents.
Servant-leadership: A study of American presidents
Johns, G
Occupational mental health: A study of antecedents and consequences among Japanese workers
., Baba, V.V., & Lituchy, T.R
Servant Leadership, The Ethical Dimension of Leadership.
Stress, Burnout, and Depression Among Employees in the Japanese Airline Industry.
Business Resource Center (GBRC) at Whitewater
Naidu, G.M
Occupational Mental Health Theory, Model and a Test: A Study of Nurses in Japan. Symposium: International Perspective on Stress and Coping.
Baba, V.V., Jamal, M., & Lituchy, T.
Servant-leadership
Servant-leadership: A study of American presidents
Occupational mental health: Replication and extension of a model among nurses in Japan
Lituchy, T.R., Baba, V.V & Takaishi, K
Charismatic leadership, altruism and rated performance: A study of American presidents

Emotional Exhaustion and its consequences
International Journal of Comparative management
Ethical Leadership and corporate social responsibilty
Journal of Business Ethics
On the retention of younger nurses
Journal of Nursing and Care
Vol. 5 Iss. 3
Stress among nurses: a multi-nation test of the demand-control-support model
Cross-cultural Management: An International Journal
Vol. 20 Iss. 3 Pg. 301-320
Emotional exhaustion and job performance: The mediating role of organizational commitment
International Journal of Human Resources Management
Vol. 24 Iss. 3 Pg. 514-523
Occupational Mental Health: A Study of Nurses in Argentina published in Fox, S., & Lituchy, T. (Eds). Gender and the Dysfunctional Workplace
Cheltenham, UK: Edward Edgar Publishing
Vol. 24 Pg. 229-230
Job involvement and mental health in China: The role of absence as moderator
Proceedings of the fifth conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research
Burnout and depression among nurses in Japan and China: The moderating effects of job satisfaction and absence
The International Journal of Human Resource Management
Vol. 21 Iss. 15 Pg. 1-2761
Emotional exhaustion and job performance: the moderating roles of traditinoality and organizationl support
Proceedings of the fourth conference of the international assoication for Chinese management research
Pg. emi0375
Stress episode in aviation: The case of China
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal
Vol. 17 Iss. 1 Pg. 62-78
Proactive personality and work performance in China: the moderating effects of emotional exhaustion and perceived safety climate
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences
Vol. 26 Iss. 1 Pg. 23-37
Shift work among nurses in China and India: a comparative test of the unique predictive capacity hypothesis
Proceedings of the third conference of the international association for Chinese management research
Book Review: A Management System Exempt form Power: Learning to Manage with Consideration for Others from Bourion (2006)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences
Vol. 24 Iss. 3 Pg. 229-230
Delegating Decision Making in Health Care Organizations
The Health Care Manager
Vol. 25 Iss. 2 Pg. 101-113
Improving Retention of Older Employees Through Training and Development
The Health Care Manager
Vol. 25 Iss. 1 Pg. 43-52
Book Review: The Future of Corporate Globalization: From the Extened Order to the Global Village
Journal of Global Business
Vol. 16 Iss. 31 Pg. 100-102
A Critical Examination of Formal and Informal Mentoring
The Health Care Manager
Vol. 24 Iss. 1 Pg. 68-76
Workplace Deviance: Strategies for Modifying Employee Behavior
The Health Care Manager
Vol. 23 Iss. 4 Pg. 290-301
Explaining Executive Integrity: Governance, Charisma, Personality, and Agency
Management Decision
Iss. 41 Pg. 1035-1049
Servant-Leadership: The Ethical Dimensions of Leadership
Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values
Stress, Burnout, and Depression among Employees in the Japanese Airline Industry
Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values
Developing Global Business Leaders: Policies, Processes, and Innovations
Edited by Mark E. Mendenhall, Torsten M. Kuhlmann, and Gunter K. Stahl, Quorum Books, Journal of Global Business
Iss. 27 Pg. 85-87
Altruistic and Power Motives in Presidential Foreign Policy
Proceedings on the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values
Work and Depression: A Study of Nurses in Japan
Japanese Journal of Mental Health Sociology
Vol. 5 Pg. 53-77
Servant-Leadership: A Study of the Ethical Dimensions of Leadership
Proceedings of the Symposium on Ethical Leadership in Organizations, McGill University, Faculty of Management
Work and Mental Health: A Decade in Canadian Research
Canadian Psychology
Vol. 39 Pg. 94-107

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