Two faculty members from the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business have been listed among the “2023 Most Read and Cited” in the Academy of Management Annals.
Ellen Ernst Kossek, the Basil S. Turner Distinguished Professor of Management, co-authored “Virtuality at Work: A Doubled-Edged Sword for Women’s Career Equality?” That paper was the fourth-most cited and 10th-most read by scholars. Co-authors were Isabel Villamor, assistant professor at IESE; N. Sharon Hill, professor at George Washington University; and Kira O. Foley, behavioral scientist at Perceptyx.
Another paper co-authored by Kossek, “Missed Connections Between the Leadership and Work-Life Fields: Work-Life Supportive Leadership for a Dual Agenda,” was the sixth-most cited. Co-authors were Matthew B. Perrigino, assistant professor at Baruch College; Marcello Russo, associate professor at the University of Bologna; and Gabriele Morandin, professor at the University of Bologna.
Jordan Nielsen, assistant professor of management, co-authored the ninth-most cited paper, “The Dynamics of Work Orientations: An Updated Typology and Agenda for the Study of Jobs, Careers, and Callings.” His co-authors were Kira Schabram, assistant professor at the University of Washington, and Jeffrey Thompson, professor at Brigham Young University.
Papers published in the Academy of Management Annals summarize and/or challenge established assumptions and concepts, pinpoint problems and factual errors, inspire discussion, and help set agenda for future research.