|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|
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