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Kolodinsky, Madden, Zisk, & Henkel (2010). Social responsibility of business: Business student predictors. Journal of Business Ethics, 91(2), 167-181.

Bierly, Kolodinsky, & Charette (2009). Understanding the complex relationship between creativity and ethical ideologies. Journal of Business Ethics, 86(1), 101-112.

Kolodinsky, Giacalone, & Jurkiewicz (2008). Workplace values and outcomes: Exploring personal, organizational, & interactive workplace spirituality. Journal of Business Ethics, 81.

Miller, Rutherford, & Kolodinsky (2008). Outcomes associated with perceptions of organizational politics: A meta-analysis. Journal of Business & Psychology, 22.

Kolodinsky, Treadway, & Ferris (2007). Political skill and influence effectiveness: Testing portions of an expanded Ferris and Judge (1991) model. Human Relations, 60. Received 2007 Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award (see above). 

Bierly, P.E., & Kolodinsky, R.W. (2007): Towards a wisdom-based approach to strategic management.  In E.H. Kessler and J.R. Bailey (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom (pp. 61-88). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kolodinsky, R.W. (2006). Wisdom and human resource management ethics: An initial discourse. In J. Deckop (Ed.), Human Resource Management Ethics (part of the business ethics series "Ethics in Practice;" pp. 47-69). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.


Kolodinsky, R.W., & Bierly, P.E. (manuscript draft to be re-submitted after revision): The development and application of executive wisdom. Under Revise & Resubmit at Journal of Management & Organization.

Kolodinsky, R.W., & Madden, T. (manuscript in preparation). Ethics and materialism as predictors of business student well-being. Target journal: Journal of Business Ethics.

Executive wisdom data collection project (ongoing). Co-coordinators Bob Kolodinsky and Paul Bierly.

The effects of unethical behavior on worker well-being. Working with Bob Giacalone (Temple University) on this new research projects. Two field samples already collected.