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Dr. Daniel G. Gallagher

gallagdg@jmu.edu
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JMU Faculty Dan GallagherCSX Professor of Management

Year Started at JMU: 1987

Education:  

Ph.D., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Area of Specialization:  Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations

Related Fields:  Industrial Psychology/Economics

M.A., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations.

B.A., University of Massachusetts-Boston (BSC), Economics.

Summa cum laude with departmental honors

Academic Interests:

Employee-Organizational Relationships, Contingent Employment Contracts (Temporary and Freelance, Solo Employment). Negotiation Skills.

Professional background:

Arbitration and Mediation Services: Certified Neutral Listed with Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, American Arbitration Association. Iowa and Pennsylvania Public Labor Relations Boards.

Personal Interests:

International Travel, Foreign Languages, Golf, and Weight Training.

Current Courses Taught:

MGT 365 Human Resource Management

MGT 462 Compensation and Performance Appraisal.

MGT 481 Negotiations and Dispute Resolution

MBA 600 Organizational Behavior

MBA 664 Negotiations and Conflict Management

Key Publications

“The Rise, Decline, Resurrection, and Growth of Union Commitment Research.”  With Kevin Kelloway and Patrick Horsman in John Meyer, ed. Handbook of Employee Commitment, Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar Publishing, (In Press).

“Rethinking the EOR: Insights from the Experiences of Contingent Workers” with Catherine Connelly, in L. Shore, J. Coyle-Shapiro, and L. Tetrick eds. The Employee-Organizational Relationship: Applications for the 21st Century, New York: Routledge (2012).

“Elasticity in the “Rules” of the Game: Exploring Organizational Expedience” with Judi McLean Parks and Li Ma, Human Relations, Vol. 63 (5), 2010, 701-730.

“An Analysis of Recollection in the Measurement of Long-Term Change in Attitudes” with Brian K. Miller, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 82, 2009, 221-228.

“Fitting Square Pegs in Round Holes: Mapping the Domain of Contingent Work Arrangements Onto the Psychological Contract,” with Judi McLean Parks and Deborah Kidder, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 19, 1998, pp. 697-730.

Positions Held:

James Madison University, Professor of Management, College of Business, 9/87-present

James Madison University, CSX Corporation Professor of Management, College of Business, 1996-2015.

Queen's University (Ontario, Canada), School of Business, Visiting Professor, 2001-2002

Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan), Research Fellow, 1997-1998

James Madison University, Head-Department of Management, College of Business, 7/91-6/96

University of Iowa, Associate Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, 8/81-8/87

University of Iowa, Graduate Programs Director - Department of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, 8/85-8/87

University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Visiting Associate Professor, 9/84-7/85

Michigan State University, School of Labor and Industrial Relations, Visiting Associate Professor, Summer 1983; 1984

University of Minnesota, Industrial Relations Center, Visiting Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations, 8/80-8/81

University of Iowa, Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, 1/77-8/80

Awards: Recipient of Award

College of Business – MBA Program “Outstanding Faculty Award” 2013

Madison Scholar – James Madison University,1998 -1999,  2012-2013

 “Professional Service Award” James Madison University, 2011

“Accenture Corporation Award for Professional Service” College of Business James Madison University, 2010

“Research Publication Award-Best Academic Publication,” College of Business, James Madison University, 2005

“Distinguished Service Award,” College of Business, James Madison University, 2004-2005

“Teacher of the Year Award,” Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, 1985

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