Title: Associate Professor Department: Department of Management Office: CBA 361 Phone: (330) 972-6430 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. University of Michigan, Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations, 1986
B.S. (Chem.) University of Michigan, Chemistry, 1976
Professional & Academic Experience:
1989-Present Associate Professor of Management(and Tenure, 1994), University of Akron (on leave 2003-2006)
1999-2007 Research Fellow, Douglas A. Fraser Institute for Workplace Issues, Wayne State University
2003-2006 Professor of Management and Organization, Central Connecticut State University
1988-1990 Research Associate, The Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Michigan
1986-1989 Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Wyoming
1983-1986 Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing, University of Alabama
Steve Dunphy, David Meyer, and Sara Linton, “The Top Ten Greatest Screen Legends and What Their Definitive Roles Demonstrate About Management and Organizational Behaviour,” Behaviour & Information Technology (electronic acceptance received).
Peter L. Lohrey, John A. MacDonald, David G. Meyer, and Bradley A. Stevenson, "The Limits of Banking Performance," Credit and Financial Management Review, 13, 3:31-40.
David G. Meyer and Peter L. Lohrey, “Exploring Banking Performance: What are the Limits?” Credit and Financial Management Review, 12, 3:45-57. 2006.
David G. Meyer, William E. Tracey, Jr., G. S. Rajan, and Vincent Piperni, “Union Leaders’ Value Systems: The Lack of Change Over Time and Scope,” The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 10, 1:65-69. 2006.
Gina L. S. Pines and David G. Meyer, "Stopping the Exploitation of Workers: An Analysis of the Effective Application of Consumer or Socio-Political Pressure," Journal of Business Ethics, 59, 1:155-162. 2005.
Kenneth J. Hatten, William L. James, and David G. Meyer, "The longevity of the performance effects of the Miles and Snow strategic archetypes: a ten-year perspective in US banking," International Journal of Management and Decision Making, 5, 2/3:196-215. 2004.
Thomas A. Wright, Russell Cropanzano, and David G. Meyer, “State and Trait Correlates of Job Performance: A Tale of Two Perspectives,” Journal of Business and Psychology, 18, 365-383. 2004.
Steven M. Dunphy, David G. Meyer, and F. Bruce Simmons, III, "Build Em, Sell Em: The Lincoln Logs Exercise," Journal of Business and Training Education, 12, 1-12. 2003.
Steven M. Dunphy and David G. Meyer, “Entrepreneur or Manager? A Discriminant Analysis Based on Mintzberg’s Managerial Roles,” The Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship, 14, 2:17-36. 2002.
David G. Meyer, “Problem Creation and Resolution in Unionized Workplaces: A Review of the Grievance Procedure,” Labor Studies Journal, 27, 3:81-114. 2002.
Marc J. Martin, David G. Meyer, Rongxin Chen, and Kenneth E. Aupperle, "Organizational Social Responsibility as Perceived by Academic Presidents: An Empirical Inquiry," Central Business Review, 19, 1:21-28. 2000.
Co-Investigator (William Cooke, principal investigator; Christopher Huxley, co-investigator), “The Motor Vehicle Component Supplier Industry: The Effects of Workplace Strategies on Lower-Skilled Production Workers,” Russell Sage Foundation, $194,798, Rockefeller Foundation, $100,000, 2000.
Awarded an honorarium to present "Unionization and Company Survival: Ohio," at The Tire Industry Conference, Hilton Head, South Carolina, 1997.
University Grant for Summer Research, 1990, 1996.
"Best Paper," Personnel/Human Resources division, Academy of Management, 1992.