January 28, 2015, by Jim Bishop, Associate Professor, Management Department, via email
Jan. 30, 2015. 10:00 AM MST, BC343.
Jean M. Bartunek, Boston College. “Research Methods Issues in Academic-Practitioner Collaborative Research.”
Feb. 27, 2015.
10:00 AM MST, BC343. Jeffrey M. Stanton, Syracuse University. “Data Mining in Behavioral Research.”
11:30 AM MST, BC343. John Hollenbeck, Michigan State University. “The Use of Remote Sensors for Measuring Group Processes and Emergent States.”
April 10, 2015
10:00 AM MST, BC343. Trevis Certo, Arizona State University. “Endogeneity in Strategy Research.”
11:30 AM MST, BC343. Andrew Hayes, Ohio State University. “A Simple Test of Moderated Mediation.”
CARMA, the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, is an interdisciplinary consortium devoted to helping faculty, graduate students and professionals learn of current developments in various areas of research methods and statistics. Our focus in research methods is relevant to the management and organizational sciences. CARMA is a non-profit unit of the School of Business Administration at Wayne State University, located in Detroit, Michigan. CARMA was established in 1997 by Dr. Larry J. Williams (former Chairperson of the Research Methods Division of the Academy of Management and Founding Editor of Organizational Research Methods) and was located at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia from 1997-2009.