The George Washington University
School of Business: Management

Current Ph.D. Students

Read doctoral candidates biographies and learn about their research interest and current research. Please click on the image to learn more.


Jeewhan Yoon

Kevin May


Nawaf Alabduljader


Ravi Ramani


Young Ji


 

Recent Ph.D. Graduates  

Name

Year Graduated

Dissertation Title

Advocate

Current Position

Han-Huei Tsay

2012

Understanding Students' Adaptation to Graduate School: An Integration of Social Support Theory and Social Learning Theory

D. Christopher Kayes  

Jae Hyeung Kang

2012

CEOs' Transformational Leadership and Managers' Innovative Behavior: The Investigation of Intervening Effects in an Entrepreneurial Context

George T. Solomon Faculty, Oakland University
Fang He 2012

Learning from Failure: The Making of Entrepreneurial Leaders

George T. Solomon

Faculty, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Jonathan Mark Phillips 2011 The Entrepreneurial Esquire: Entrepreneurial Climate as a Mediator Between Transformational Leadership and Performance in Law Firms Erik K. Winslow Faculty, Belmont University
Jung Hyun Lee 2011 The Effects of Leadership Behavior on Workplace Harassment,
Employee Outcomes, and Organizational Effectiveness in Small Businesses
Jaclyn M. Jensen Faculty, University of Michigan Dearborn
David Tomczyk 2010 The Relationship Between Long-Term Video Game Playing and Individuals' Entrepreneurial Traits and Intent: An Exploratory Study George Solomon Faculty, Quinnipiac University

George Hrivnak

2009

Exploring the Mechanisms and Effects of Supervisor-Subordinate Extraversion Fit on Leader-Member Exchange Perceptions

Tjai Nielsen

Faculty, Bond U.

Melissa Knott

2009

Individual Team Member Self-Perception of Team Learning Beliefs and Behaviors: Developing a Measure and Testing a Model

D. Christopher Kayes

Faculty, Western New England College

Mark A. Arvisais

2008

Narcissism as a Trait of Full-Range Leadership: A Historiometric Investigation of Corporate Executives

Erik K. Winslow

Faculty, Towson U.

Diane Bridge

2008

Workplace Litigation: Applicant Perceptions of Organizational Attractiveness and Its Influence on Job Choice Decisions

Patrick McHugh

National Labor Relations Board

David Compton

2008

High Reliability Leadership: Developing Executive Leaders for High Reliability Organizations

Erik K. Winslow

Department of Energy

Rayshad A. Holmes

2008

Class Effects: An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Socio-Economic Status among African Americans

James R. Bailey

Department of Veterans Affairs

Janet Nixdorff

2008

Unraveling the Process: A Qualitative Study of Entrepreneurial Cognition in Opportunity Recognition

 

Erik K. Winslow

Faculty, West Virginia State University

Jonathan D. Raelin

2008

Resistance to Change: Can and Underlying Affective Structure Provide Explanatory Evidence?

James R. Bailey

Faculty, Loyola College

Lu Zhang

2008

Corporate Social Responsibility, Applicants’ Ethical Predispositions, and Organizational Attraction: A Person-Organization Fit Perspective

Mary A. Gowan

Faculty, Penn State University, Harrisburg

Susan G. Duffy

2007

Entrepreneurial Learning: Exploring Unexpected Key Events in the Post-startup Period

Erik K. Winslow

Faculty, Simmons College

Margot Moody

2007

Adaptive Behavior in Intercultural Environments: The Relationship between Cultural Intelligence Factors and Big Five Personality Traits

James R. Bailey

Change Management Consultant

Craig R. Seal

2007

Emotional Intelligence: An Exploratory Study of Emotional Ability as a Moderator between Emotional Competency and Performance Outcomes

James R. Bailey

Director and Faculty, U. of the Pacific

Nathanael L. Allen

2006

Leader Development in Dynamic and Hazardous Environments: Company Commander Learning in Combat

D. Christopher Kayes

Faculty, US Military Academy, West Point

Susan D. Baker

2006

The Effect of Leader-Follower Agreement on Team Effectiveness

Erik K. Winslow

Faculty, U. of Baltimore

Mary D. Sass

2006

Collaboration as Information Sharing: The Effect of Dispositional Trust and Situational Perceptions of Power on Collaborative Outcomes

James R. Bailey

Faculty, Western Washington U.