All Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Norman, P.M., L.E. Palich, G.R. Carini, & L.P. Livingstone, (2004). “The Role of Paradoxical Logic in Innovation: The Case of Intel.” Journal of High Technology Management Research, (15): 51-71.
  2. Palich, L.E. and L.P. Livingstone, (2003). “Improving Research Performance: Teamwork Trumps Solo Endeavors.” Graziadio Business Report, 6(2): 1-6.
  3. Livingstone, L.P., M.A. White, D.L. Nelson, F. Tabak, (2002). “Changes in Attitudes Toward an Information Systems Innovation: Reactions to Implementation Delays.” American Business Review, 20(2): 80-89.
  4. Livingstone, L.P., L.E. Palich, G.R. Carini (2002). “Promoting Creativity Through the Logic of Contradiction.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23(3): 321-326.
  5. Palich, L.E., G.R. Carini, G.R. & L.P. Livingstone (2002). “Comparing American and Chinese Negotiating Styles: The Influence of Logic Paradigms.” Thunderbird International Business Review 44(6): 777-798.
  6. Carini, G.R., L.E. Palich, and L.P. Livingstone (1998). “East Versus West: Perspectives from Formal Logic and the Logic of Contradiction.” Long Range Planning, 31(2): 315-318.
  7. Livingstone, L.P., L.E. Palich, and G.R. Carini, (1998). “Viewing Strategic Innovation Through the Logic of Contradiction.” Competitiveness Review, 8(1): 46-54
  8. Livingstone, L.P. and B.T. Livingstone, (1998). “The Twilight Zone of Diversity.” Journal of Management Education, 22(2): 204-207. Reprinted in Annual Editions: Organizational Behavior, Vol. 1 (2000/2001), Fred H. Maidment (ed).
  9. Livingstone, L.P., D.L. Nelson, and S.H. Barr, (1997). “Person-Environment Fit and Creativity: An Examination of Supply-Value and Demand-Ability Versions of Fit.” Journal of Management, 23(2): 119-146.
  10. Carini, G.R., L.P. Livingstone, and L.E. Palich, (1995). “Trialectics: A Questionable Logic for Organization Change Research.” Academy of Management Review, Dialogue Section, 20(3): 503-506.
  11. Livingstone, L.P., J.A. Roberts, and L.B. Chonko, (1995). “Perceptions of Internal and External Equity as Predictors of Salespeople’s Job Satisfaction.” Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, 15(2): 33-46.
  12. Williams, C.R. and L.P. Livingstone, (1994). “Another Look at the Relationship Between Performance and Voluntary Turnover.” Academy of Management Journal, 37: 269-298.

Editorials / Invited Articles

  1. Livingstone, Linda A. (2007), “MBA: Priceless Commodity?” BizEd, July, 50-54.
  2. Livingstone, Linda A. (2007), “A Call to Action.” University Business, May.
  3. Livingstone, Linda A. (2006), “Establishing Direction, Securing Resources, and Reaching Out.” In Inside the Minds series on Business School Management: Top Educational Leaders on Creating a Strong School Reputation, Offering Competitive Programs, and Thriving in the Educational Marketplace. Aspatore, Inc.
  4. Livingstone, Linda A., (2006), “A Review: The World is Flat.” Alpha Chi Recorder, Spring, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 11-20.
  5. Livingstone, L. (2005). “Successful CEOs Get Women in the Game.” Chief Executive (Thought Leader section), April, p. 18.
  6. Livingstone, L.A. (2005). “Leveling the Playing Field for Women Executives.” Focus on Business, Spring/Summer 2005, p. 18.

Textbooks and Course Materials

  1. Livingstone, L.P. (1998). “The Effective Management of Teams.” On-line CPE course developed in conjunction with Digital Springs, Inc.
  2. Livingstone, L.P. (1998). “Keys to Effectively Managing Performance.” On-line CPE course developed in conjunction with Digital Springs, Inc.
  3. Livingstone, L.P. (1997) Instructor’s Manual to Accompany Organizational Behavior: Foundations, Realities, and Challenges, 2nd Edition by D. L. Nelson and J. C. Quick.
  4. Livingstone, L.P. and Smith, S.A. (1996) Instructor’s Manual to Accompany Organizational Behavior: Essential Concepts by D. L. Nelson and J. C. Quick.
  5. Livingstone, L.P. (1995) Video Cases to Accompany Organizational Behavior: Foundations, Realities and Challenges by D. L. Nelson and J. C. Quick.
  6. Livingstone, L.P. (1995) Solutions to Video Cases to Accompany Organizational Behavior: Foundations, Realities and Challenges by D. L. Nelson and J.C. Quick.


  1. “Parental Guidance: As more women with children seek M.B.A.s, schools might need to start offering them support,” Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2006.
  2. “Welcome Prodigal Daughters,” More Magazine, September, 2006.
  3. “On women and MBA programs,” Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, August 25, 2006.
  4. Just 1 Minute – Education: MBA programs attract more men,” Indianapolis Star, August 21, 2006.
  5. “Business Hour” with Frank Mottek, KNX 1070, August 2006 on Morning MBA program, recent professional trends, overall value of an MBA.
  6. “Flex-Time for the MBA,” BizEd Magazine, July/August, 2006.
  7. “Glass Ceiling? Get a Hammer,” New York Times, June 18, 2006.
  8. “Could do better? Senior executives give MBA courses mixed review.”, May 25, 2006.
  9. “Executives give business schools a ‘C’grade.” Financial Times –, May 24, 2006.
  10. “The return of the MBA mom.” Business Week Online. May 11, 2006.
  11. “Pepperdine business school welcomes mothers.” Morning Edition, NPR Radio, Wednesday, May 10, 2006.
  12. “From Preschool to Grad School, Attention moms: This MBA’s for you.” OC Metro, April 27, 2006.
  13. “Morning MBA.” Los Angeles Times, April 19, 2006.
  14. “More master’s courses designed to expedite students into jobs.” The Washington Post, April 18, 2006.
  15. “MBA program created for stay-at-home moms.” The Orange County Register, March 18, 2006.
  16. “Pepperdine Time.” Los Angeles Business Journal, February 20, 2006.
  17. “Activists infiltrate the classroom: CLASSROOM GOVERNANCE: Sarah Murray reports on how the growing influence of shareholders is changing the way future executives are educated.” Financial Times, October 4, 2004.
  18. “It’s more than just a set of rules and regulations ETHICS: Experts believe ethics training should be a continuous process.” Financial Times, June 21, 2004.
  19. “The B-School at Company X.” BizEd Magazine, May/June 2004.
  20. “Trends and Trendsetters in Graduate Education.” University Business, March 2004.
  21. “Business Schools Make a Pitch for Women.” New York Times, January 4, 2004.
  22. “Informer.” Forbes, Volume 172, Issue 13, P. 50, December 22, 2003.