Parboteeah, Kaviraj

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-3971
Office Location
HH 4515

Select Publications:

 

Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Parboteeah, K. P. 2012 Acknowledging exemplary research processes and outcomes in doctoral study. Business & Society 51 4 650-658
Parboteeah, K. P. 2012 Championship behavior and innovation success: An empirical investigation of university spin-offs. Journal of Product Innovation Management 28 N/A 586-598
Parboteeah, K. P. 2012 Cross-national differences in managers' creativity values. Management International Review 52 4 565-595
Parboteeah, K. P. 2012 National corporate work context and employees' prosocial values Journal of International Business Studies 42 N/A 183-201
Parboteeah, K. P. 2012 Propensity to support sustainability initiatives: A cross-national model. Journal of Business Ethics 105 N/A 403-413
Parboteeah, K. P. 2010 Establishing organizational ethical climates: How do managerial practices work? Journal of Business Ethics 97 4 599-611
Seriki, T., Hoegl, M., Parboteeah, K. P. 2010 Innovative projects in African technical projects: A multilevel theory. Journal of World Business 45 N/A 295-303
Parboteeah, K. P. 2009 Religious denominations and work values: A focus on Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam. International Journal of Cross-cultural Management 9 1 51-67

Nominated and accepted nomination to act as a campus-wide teaching mentor for other UW-W teachers
December 2002
UWW
Conference Best Papers at the 2002 Academy of Management Meetings
2002
Academy of Management Meetings
Best Paper Award
August 2002
Academy of Management
Who's Who Among America's Teachers
March 2002
University of Wisconsin – Whitewater Teaching Scholar
September 2001

Ph.D
International Management/Organizational Behavior
Washington State University
1999
M.B.A
California State University
1994
B.Sc. (Honors)
Management
University of Mauritius
1992

Current
Academy of Management
January 1998 - Current

National business ethical context and employees' organizational commitment
Muetherl, M.
Portfolio management, new product development and performance: A Multilevel perspective
Holger, E. Boss, J.
entrepreneurship resources of university departments, individual influences, and students' entrepreneurial intentions: a cross-level analysis.
National corporate work context and employees' prosocial values
Propensity to support sustainability initiatives: A cross-national model
Role stressors and organizational commitment: An examination of public sector employees in St.Lucia
Championship behavior and innovation success: An empirical investigation of university spin-offs
Walter, A., Riesenhuber, F. Hoegl, M.
Firm level innovation and national context
Nam, D. Cullen, J.B.
Religion and work attitudes: A cross-national model
Ethical climates and safety-enhancing behaviors: An empirical test
Andrew Kapp
Absences and national culture: An empirical test
Helena Addae, John Cullen
Ethics and religion: An empirical test of a conceptual model
Martin Hoegl, John Cullen
Religion and justification of ethically suspect behaviors: A multidimensional approach
Martin Hoegl, John Cullen
A Cross National Study of Entrepreneurial Activity: Effects of the Cultural and Institutional Context. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research
Salimath Manjula, John Cullen
Cross-cultural differences in establishing long-term relationships
Simon Mercado, Sam Zhao
Religious denominations and work outcomes: A focus on Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam
Martin Hoegl, John Cullen
The relationship between perceived reward, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction: the case of Korean companies in Mexico
Yongsun Paik, Shim
Perceived usefulness of technology: A cross-national model
Parboteeah, Basu, Cullen
Team goal commitment in innovative projects
Hoegl
Entrepreneurial Predisposition: The Case for National Context.
Salimath Manjula; John Cullen
Team goal commitment in innovative projects
Martin Hoegl
Autonomy and teamwork in innovative projects
Hoegl
Team reflexivity in innovative projects
Hoegl
The effects of the psychological contract, job satisfaction and perceived organizational support on employees' commitment and turnover intentions
Addae and Davis
Organization information and intention to turnover: A study of Trinidad and Tobago
Addae and Charlery
National Differences in Intrinsic and Work Values: The Effects of Social Institutions
John B. Cullen
Entrepreneurial behavior and the national context: A cross-national study in 29 nations
Salimath and Cullen
Creativity- relevant Skills and the task
Hoegl, M
Gender role expectations: A cross-national study.
Hoegl, M
Who has time? Towards an integrated cross-national approach of voluntary behaviors
Lim, L., & Cullen, J.B
Convergence versus divergence: A Comparison of Managers and Workers
Bronson, J., & Cullen, J.B
How effective are professional
Hoegl, M., and Styborski, R.
Justifications to commit unethical behaviors among managers: A social institutions approach
Cullen, J.B
Team-level antecedents of team members' network building in innovation projects
Hoegl, M
Does national culture affect work centrality and work values? A cross-national study
Cullen, J.B
Does national culture affect intentions to commit unethical behaviors?
Bronson, J., and Cullen, J.B.
Unethical and deviant behaviors Evidence from a cross-national study
Hoegl, M., and Cullen, J.B
Social institutions and choice of work outcomes: A 27 nation study
Cullen, J.B
Does National Culture Affect the Development of Ethical Climates? A Comparison of US and Japanese Accountants
John B. Cullen

International Business: An Emerging Markets Approach
Routledge Publishing
Pg. 628
Religion and innovation. A country institutional approach
Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion
Vol. 15 Iss. 1 Pg. 20-37
Cross-level effects of buyer-supplier collaboration and competition on individual gains and individual skill utilization
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
Vol. 41 Pg. 14-25
Firm-level control and bribery activity: A cross-level analysis
Management Organization Review
Vol. 11 Iss. 2 Pg. 343-365
Team characteristics and employees' individual learning: A cross-level investigation
European Journal of Management
Vol. 33 Iss. 3
When Does Christian Religion Matter for Entrepreneurial Activity? The Contingent Effect of a Country’s Investments into Knowledge
Journal of Business Ethics
The effect of culture on the responsiveness of firms to mimetic forces: Imitative foreign joint venture entries into China, 1985–2003
Journal of World Business
Vol. 50 Iss. 3 Pg. 465-476
Innovation in Emerging Markets: The Role of Management Consulting Firms
Journal of International Management
Vol. 20 Iss. 4 Pg. 390-405
Cross-national differences in firms undertaking innovation initiatives: An application of institutional anomie theory
Journal of International Management
Vol. 20 Pg. 91-106
Ethnic diversity, corruption and ethical climates in sub-Saharan Africa: recognizing the significance of human resource management
International Journal of Human Resource Management
Vol. 25 Iss. 7 Pg. 979-1001
National differences in entrepreneurial activity: A cross level application of institutional anomie theory
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
Vol. 38 Iss. 4 Pg. 775-906
Acknowledging exemplary research processes and outcomes in doctoral study
Business & Society
Vol. 51 Iss. 4 Pg. 650-658
Business Ethics: A Strategic Stakeholder Perspective
Routledge Publishing
Championship behavior and innovation success: An empirical investigation of university spin-offs
Journal of Product Innovation Management
Vol. 28 Pg. 586-598
Cross-national differences in managers' creativity values
Management International Review
Vol. 52 Iss. 4 Pg. 565-595
National corporate work context and employees' prosocial values
Journal of International Business Studies
Vol. 42 Pg. 183-201
Propensity to support sustainability initiatives: A cross-national model
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 105 Pg. 403-413
An international perspective on ethical climates
Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate, Sage Publications
Multinational Management: A Strategic Approach
Cengage
Vol. Fifth Edition
Establishing organizational ethical elimates: How do managerial practices work?
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 97 Iss. 4 Pg. 599-611
Ethical climates and workplace spirituality: An exploratory examination of theoretical links
In Handbook of Workplace Spirituality, M.E. Sharpe Publisher
Vol. 2nd edition
International Business
International Business: Strategy and the Multinational Enterprise
Routledge Publishing
Innovative projects in African technical projects: A multilevel theory
Journal of World Business
Vol. 45 Pg. 295-303
Religion and work attitudes: A cross-national model
Human Relations
Vol. 62 Iss. 1 Pg. 119-148
Religious denominations and work values: A focus on Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam
International Journal of Cross-cultural Management
Vol. 9 Iss. 1 Pg. 51-67
Ethical climates and safety-enhancing behaviors: An empirical test
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 80 Iss. 3 Pg. 515-529
Ethics and religion: An empirical test of a multidimensional model
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 80 Iss. 2 Pg. 387-398
Instructor's Manual for International Management: A Strategic Approach
Southwestern Publishing
Managers' gender role attitudes: A country institutional profile approach
Journal of International Business Studies
Vol. 39 Pg. 795-813
Multinational Management - A Strategic Approach
Religion and work attitudes : a crossnational model
Human Relations
Vol. 62 Pg. 119-148
Role stressors and organizational commitment: An examination of public sector employees in St. Lucia.
International Journal of Manpower
Vol. 29 Iss. 6 Pg. 567-582
Creativity-relevant skills and the task performance of innovation teams: How teamwork maters
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
Vol. 24 Pg. 148-166
Creativity-relevant skills and the task performance of innovation teams: How teamwork matters
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
Vol. 24 Pg. 148-166
Cross-level analysis
In International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Sage Publications
Deciding to bribe: A cross-level analysis of firm and home country influences on bribery activity
Academy of Management Journal
Vol. 50 Iss. 6 Pg. 1401-1422
Instructor's Manual to Accompany Multinational Management
Thomson Southwest
Multinational Management
Thomson Southwestern
The relationship between perceived reward, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction: the case of Korean companies in Mexico
International Journal of Human Resource Management
Pg. 1768-1781
Deciding to bribe: A cross-level analysis of firm and country influences on bribery activity
Academy of Management
Vol. 50 Iss. 6 Pg. 1401-1422
The relatioship between perceived reward, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction: the case of Korean companies in Mexico.
The International Journal of Human Resource Management
Pg. 1768-1781
Autonomy and teamwork in innovative projects
Human Resource Management
Vol. 45 Iss. 1 Pg. 67-79
Organization information and intention to quit: A study of Trinidad and Tobaggo
International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management
Vol. 6 Iss. 3 Pg. 343-359
Organization information and intention to quit: A study of Trinidad and Tobago
International Journal of Organizational Analysis
Vol. 14 Iss. 3 Pg. 225-238
Team goal commitment in innovative projects
International Journal of Innovation Management
Vol. 10 Iss. 3 Pg. 299-324
Team reflexivity in innovative projects
R&D Management
Vol. 36 Iss. 2 Pg. 113-125
Absences and national culture: An empirical test
International Journal of Organizational Analysis
Vol. 13 Iss. 4 Pg. 343-361
Does National Culture Affect the Development of Ethical Climates? A Comparison of US and Japanese Accountants
Management International Review
Vol. 45 Iss. 4 Pg. 1-23
How Effective are Professional Development Methods? An Investigation of an R&D Unit in an Information Technology Company
Journal of High Technology Management Research
Vol. 16 Iss. 1 Pg. 23-36
Perceived usefulness of technology: A cross-national model.
Journal of Global Information Technology Management
Vol. 8 Iss. 4 Pg. 29-48
Does National Culture Affect Willingness To Justify Ethically Suspect Unethical Behaviors? A Focus on the Globe National Culture Scheme
International Journal of Cross-cultural Management
Vol. 5 Iss. 2 Pg. 123-138
Multinational Management: A Strategic Approach
Southwestern Publishing
Cross-national Differences in Managers' Willingness to Justify Ethically Suspect Behaviors: A Test of Institutional Anomie Theory
Academy of Management Journal
Vol. 47 Iss. 3 Pg. 411-421
Formal Volunteering: A Cross-national Test
Journal of World Business
Vol. 39 Iss. 4 Pg. 431-441
Online course design and delivery: Cross-national considerations
Strategic Change
Vol. 13 Pg. 183-192
Social Institutions and Sanctioned Behaviors: A Cross-National Study
International Journal of Comparative Sociology
Vol. 44 Iss. 3 Pg. 239-265
Ethical Climates and Workplace Spirituality: An Exploratory Examination of Theoretical Links
In Giacalone, R.A. & Jurkiesicz, C.L. (eds.), Handbook of Workplace Spirituality, M.E. Sharpe, Publisher
Pg. 137-151
Goal-setting and the Performance of Innovation Teams: On the Moderating Role of Teamwork Quality
Small Group Research
Vol. 34 Pg. 3-19
Social Institutions and Work Centrality: Explorations Beyond National Culture
Organization Science
Vol. 14 Pg. 137-148
Team-level Antecedents of Team Members Network Building in Innovation Projects
Decision Sciences
Vol. 34 Iss. 4 Pg. 741-770
The Effects of Ethical Climates on Organizational Commitment: A Two-Study Analysis
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 46 Pg. 127-141
When Teamwork Really Matters: Task Innovativeness as a Moderator of the Teamwork-Performance Relationship in Software Development Projects
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
Vol. 20 Iss. 4 Pg. 281-302
Instructor's Manual for International Management: A Strategic Approach
Southwestern Publishing
Student Electronic Study Tools for International Management: A Strategic Approach
Southwestern Publishing
Corporate Entrepreneurship: Toward a Process Model
Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal
Vol. 6 Pg. 27-46

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