Dr. Ford's research foci currently are on the following topics:
Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University
"Essays on Work Ethic and Workplace Behavior" (2011)
Assistant Professor, St. John's University
"Investigating the Development of Social Networks Among Leaders From Central Eurasia: The Role of Acquired and Ascribed Identity Factors" (2006)
|Bindu Arya||2006||Assistant Professor, University of Missouri, St. Louis|
"Assessing Collaboration within Public Service Delivery Netwroks : An Embeddedness Perspective" (2006)
|Dr. Larry Chasteen||2003||Clinical Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas.|
|"Dynamics of Cluster Formation and Growth: Theoretical Perspectives and an Empirical Synthesis"|
|Dr. Kwadwo Ofori-Brobbey||2003||Assistant Professor, Texas Southern University|
|"Contextualizing International Corporate Tax Rates: An empirical Study of the Determinants of International Corporate Tax Rates"|
|Dr. Deepak Sethi||2001||Assistant Professor, Old Dominion University|
|“Liability of Foreignness to Competitive Advantage: An Empirical Study of Multinational Enterprise Strategies for negotiating the International Business Environment”|
|Dr. Tracey Rockett Hanft||2001||Senior Lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas|
“Familiarity in Organizations”
|Dr. Brett Eldredge||1994||Assistant Professor, California State University – Chico|
|"A Test of a Model of Group Effectiveness"|
|Dr. Hal Lindholm||1988||Director, Development & Operations Division of Information Resources, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas|
|"The Effects of Race and Gender on Supervisor-Subordinate Relationships: A Dyadic Perspective"|
|Dr. Barbara Dastoor||1986||Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University|
|"An Examination of Factors Affecting Career Intentions Among Military Officers"|
|Dr. Susan Clayton||1981||Chief of Training, Organization Development and Counseling, Internal Revenue Service Dallas Regional Office|
|"Leader Behavior, Job Related Stress, and Role Stress as Moderators of the Relationships Between Individual-Task Congruence, Task-Structure Congruence, Individual-Structure Congruence and Job Satisfaction and Performance"|
|Dr. Paul Nemiroff||1975||Advisor and Associate for Healthcare and Organizational Development, Institute for Collaborative Alliances|
|"The Impact of individual, Task, and organization Structure Variables on Task Effectiveness and Human Fulfillment at a Continuous Automated-Flow Production Site: A Contingency Approach"|
Dr. Ford is widely published in the area of Organizations, Strategy and International Management. Some of his recent published works are listed below.
Chen, H., Ford, D. L., Kalyanaram, G., & Bhagat, R. (in press). Boundary conditions for turnover intentions: Exploratory evidence from China, Jordan, Turkey, and the United States. International Journal of Human Resource Management, DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2011.610968.
Leonard, K., Cosans, C., Pakdil, F., Ford, D. & Country Collaborators (in press). Cooperation across cultures: A 16 country examination. International Journal of Intercultural Relations(forthcoming).
Bhagat, R., Krishnan, B., Nelson, T., Leonard, K., Ford, D. & Billing, T. (2010). Organizational stress, psychological strain, and work outcomes in six national contexts. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 17 (1), 10-29.
Ismail, K. & Ford, D. L. (2010). Organizational leadership in Central Asia and the Caucasus: Research considerations and directions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27, 321-340.
Ofori-Brobbey, K., Ford, D. L., & Mammo, W. (2010). Exogenous determinants of international corporate tax rates: A gravity theory approach. Journal of International Management Studies, 5 (2), 205-215.
Ismail, K. & Ford, D. L. (2008). Discerning leadership perceptions of Central Eurasian managers: An exploratory analysis. Organization Management Journal, 5, 99-113.
Ismail, K., Ford, D. L., & Ferreira (2008). Organizational responses to institutional upheaval by Central Eurasian firms and the ability to transform under uncertainty. Journal of Asia Business Studies, 2 (2), 1-12.
Ford, D. L. & Ismail, K. M. (2008). Perceived leader effectiveness across organizational roles: Exploratory evidence from Central Eurasia. Eurasian Journal of Business and Economics, 1 (2), 131-156.
Whaley, G. L. & Ford, D. L. (2007). Mapping identity group perceptions of organizational opportunity structure outcomes: An exploratory SYMLOG analysis. Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 40 (1), 71-109.
Richard, O. C., Ford, D. L., & Ismail, K. (2006). Exploring the performance effects of visible attribute diversity: The moderating role of span of control and organizational life cycle. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17 (12), 2091-2109.
Ford, D. & Ismail, K. (2006). Perceptions of effective leadership among Central Eurasian managers: A cultural convergence – divergence examination within a globalization context. Journal of International Management (Special Issue on Mega-trends in World Cultures and Globalization), 12 (2), 158-180.
Some of his forthcoming publications are listed below.
With B. J. Punnett & t. R. Lituchy. Leadership effectiveness: Africa and the diaspora. Presented at the International Symposium on HRM and the Creation of Effective Organizations in Africa, University of Manchester, England, September 13-14, 2010.
With T. K. Billing, R. Bhagat, E. Babakus, B. Krishnan, & B. Srivastava. Work-family conflict and the moderating role of decision latitude: A five country study. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual conference, Montreal, Canada, August 6-10, 2010.
Examining knowledge sharing in a professional network: The CELA experience. Presented at the Central Eurasia leadership Academy Summit, Istanbul, Turkey, July 13-17, 2010.
With George Whaley & Keith Perry. Comparative SYMLOG analysis of green management, related sustainability and technology concepts. Presented at the Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists 75th Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC, March 17-20, 2010.
With George Whaley & Keith Perry. Exploring respondents’ understanding of green management and sustainability concepts: A SYMLOG perspective. Presented at the SYMLOG International Conference, San Diego, CA, March 5-6, 2010.
With Rabi Bhagat, Tejinder Billing, Balaji Krishnan, Pamela Steverson, & Charlotte Davis. Coping with work stress in the era of globalization: A cross-national study in nine countries. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, August 8-11, 2009.
With Hao Chen & Garumurthy Kalyanaram. The job satisfaction – turnover intentions relationship revisited: An exploratory inquiry involving China, Jordan, Turkey, and the United States. Presented at the Academy of International Business Conference, San Diego, CA, June 27 – July 2, 2009.