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Professor, Business Management
Contact Info

Teaching & Research Interests


  • Leadership
  • Expatriate Management and Ethics


  • Human Resources
  • Consulting
  • Leadership
  • Ph.D. University of Texas at Arlington    
  • M.B.A. George Washington University
  • B.B.S.   Texas Christian University
Positions Held
  • Professor at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Assistant Professor at Towson University, Towson, Maryland
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas
Select Publications

Andersen M., Pattie M., Hippler T., (In Press) "What Does it Mean to be a 'Self-Initiated' Expatriate in Different Contexts? A Conceptual Analysis and Suggestions for Future Research."  International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Harris C.M., Pattie M., (2017) "Interns’ perceptions of HR practices and their influence on fit and intentions to join." International Journal of Human Resource Management. Online.

Marsh J., Wales W., Graefe-Anderson R., Pattie, M., (2015) "Cashing in: Understanding post-acquisition CEO stock option exercise." Management Decision. 53(9): 1953-1975.

Harris C.M., Pattie M., G. McMahan, (2015) "Advancement through a Career Field: The Influence of Human Capital and Performance." Human Resource Management Journal. 25(1): 102-115.

Taylor S., Pattie M., (2015) "When Does Ethical Leadership Affect Workplace Incivility? The Moderating Role of Follower Personality." Business Ethics Quarterly. 24(4): 595-616.

Awards and Recognitions
  • Madison Scholar Award 2022
  • COB Civic Engagement Fellow 2016-2017, 2018-2019.
  • Deans Impact Award 2018-2019.
  • COB Best Basic or Scholarly Research Award 3rd place 2016-2017
  • Gilliam Center for Free Enterprise and Ethical Leadership Grant, 2013
  • Faculty Development & Research Grant, 2008, 2013, 2017 and 2018
  • $25,000 Dissertation Grant from University of Southern California's Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), 2006
  • Recipient of the Joseph Rosenstein Endowed Scholarship Award, 2005

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