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Indiana University Bloomington

Doctoral Programs

1960 Notable

From 1960-2013, we prepared nearly 1,200 men and women
for rewarding academic careers — that’s more than any other university.

Student Profiles


Our main goal for doctoral students is to prepare them to create and disseminate research—not just after graduation but during their studies. We encourage all students to “apprentice” with faculty members to conduct research that gets published in leading business journals and is presented at conferences. Increasingly, landing jobs at top research universities requires publication prior to graduation, and Kelley students are making the grade.   

View our students’ current research:

  • 2014

  • Bradley, Kyle J
    “Industrial-Organizational psychologists in business schools: Brain drain or eye opener?,” Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice

  • Joo, Harry
    “Debunking myths and urban legends about how to identify influential outliers,” Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends: Received doctrine, verity, and fable in the organizational and social sciences

  • Joo, Harry
    “Research on Hispanics benefits the field of management,” forthcoming Journal of Managerial Psychology

  • Ye, S.
    Shelf Loathing: Cross Docking at an Online Retailer,” Production and Operations Management

  • Guo, S.
    Dismantle or Remanufacture?,” European Journal of Operational Research

  • Guo, S.
    Dismantle or Remanufacture?,” European Journal of Operational Research

  • Olsen, Mitchell C.
    “Green Claims and Message Frames: How Green New Products Change Brand Attitude,” forthcoming Journal of Marketing

  • Craig, Amanda N.
    “Using BITs To Protect Bytes: Promoting Cyber Peace and Safeguarding Trade Secrets through Bilateral Investment Treaties,” forthcoming American Business Law Journal

  • 2013

  • Han, DaHee
    “Emotional Agency Appraisals Influence Responses to Preference Inconsistent Information,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decisiion Processes

  • Lawal, Sola A.
    “eLancing: A review and research agenda for bridging the science-practice gap,” Human Resource Management Review

  • Gottfredson, Ryan K.
    “Best-practice recommendations for estimating cross-level interaction effects using multilevel modeling,” Journal of Management

  • Forcum, Lura E. and Harry Joo
    “Using market basket analysis in management research,” Journal of Management

  • Gottfredson, Ryan K. and Harry Joo
    “Best-practice recommendations for defining, identifying, and handling outliers,” Organizational Research Methods

  • Joo, Harry and Ryan K. Gottfredson
    “What monetary rewards can and cannot do: How to show employees the money,” Business Horizons

  • Gottfredson, Ryan K.
    “Doing good and doing well: On the multiple contributions of journal editors,” Academy of Management Learning and Education

  • Gottfredson, Ryan K. and Harry Joo
    “Avoiding a “me” versus “we” dilemma: Using performance management to turn teams into a source of competitive advantage,” Business Horizons

  • Yuan, Lingyao Ivy and Jordan B. Barlow
    “Individual Priming in Virtual Team Decision-Making,” Group Decision and Negotiation

  • Mao, Yifei and Brian Wolfe
    Does Banking Competition Affect Innovation?,” forthcoming Journal of Financial Economics

  • Bhagwatwar, Akshay P
    Sparking Creativity: Improving Electronic Brainstorming with Individual Cognitive Priming,” forthcoming Journal of Management Information Systems

  • Krause, Ryan
    “External COO/Presidents as expert directors: A new look at the service role of boards,” Strategic Management Journal

  • Krause, Ryan and Kimberly Whitler
    “Power to the Principals: An experimental look at shareholder say-on-pay voting,” forthcoming Academy of Management Journal

  • Krause, Ryan
    “Last dance or second chance? CEO career horizon and the separation of board leadership roles,” forthcoming Strategic Management Journal

  • Krause, Ryan and Owen Parker
    “Teach your ventures well: A control-based typology of ICV parenting styles”

  • Bhagwatwar, A.
    A Glimpse into Policy Informatics: The Case of Participatory Platforms that Generate Synthetic Empathy,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems

  • Barlow, Jordan B. and David W. Wilson
    “Evaluating Journal Quality and the Association for Information Systems (AIS) Senior Scholars' Journal Basket via Bibliometric Measures: Do Expert Journal Assessments Add Value?,” MIS Quarterly

  • Whitler, Kimberly A.
    “Customer Relationship Stage and the use of Picture-Dominant versus Text-Dominant Advertising: A Field Study,” Journal of Retailing

  • Ryan, Krause and Kimberly A. Whitler
    “Power to the Principals! An Experimental Look at Shareholder Say-on-Pay Voting,” forthcoming Academy of Management Journal