Desautels research news
A global shooting algorithm for the facility location and capacity acquisition problem on a line with dense demand
Authors: Murat, A., Laporte, G., Verter, V. Publications: Computers and Operations Research Abstract:
Researchers are moving towards a better understanding of some of the roots of obesity, as a gene variant may lead girls to make healthy or unhealthy food choices -- depending on their early socioeconomic environment.
Professor Vedat Verter has been elected as a Board Member of Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) for a two-year term starting January 2016. With more than 2,000 members, POMS is a premier international professional organization that brings together the POM scholars and professionals from around the world. Its flagship journal Production and Operations Management is on the Financial Times 45 and Business Week 20 lists. Read more about POMS.
Authors: Lee, M. D., Zikic, J., Noh, S.-C., Sargent, L. Publication: Human Resource Management Abstract:
Creating facades of conformity in the face of job insecurity: A study of consequences and conditions
Authors: Hewlin, P.F., Kim, S.S., Song, Y.H. Publication: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology Abstract:
Extending the multifoci perspective: The role of supervisor justice and moral identity in the relationship between customer justice and customer-directed sabotage
Authors: Skarlicki, D.P., van Jaarsveld, D.D., Shao, R., Song, Y.H., Wang, M. Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology Abstract:
Line Managers' Rationales for Professionals' Reduced-Load Work in Embracing and Ambivalent Organizations
Author: Kossek, E.E., Ollier-Malaterre, A., Lee, M. D., Pichler, S., Hall, D.T. Publication: Abstract: Human Resource Management
Congratulations to Professor Emmanuelle Vaast on her recent appointement as Senior Editor for Information Systems Research (ISR) Journal for a three year term starting January 1, 2016.
Author: Brian Rubineau, Roberto M. Fernandez Word-of-mouth recruitment is the most common way to fill jobs, and management scholars have long thought that this practice contributes to job segregation by gender: women tend to reach out to other women in their networks, and men do likewise. In fact, however, this form of recruitment can – and often does – contribute to gender desegregation, according to a study in the journal Organization Science by researchers at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management and the MIT Sloan School of Management.