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Anita Jose

Anita Jose

Professor of Management
Director, M.B.A. Program

Tel: 301-696-3691
Email: ajose@hood.edu
Office: Rosenstock Hall, Room 109
Office Hours: By Appointment

Education

  • Ph.D. University of North Texas
  • MMgt. University of Dallas
  • M.B.A. University of Dallas

Courses Taught

  • Seminar in Strategic Management (Capstone for undergraduate management majors)
  • Management Policy (M.B.A. capstone)

Research and Teaching Interests

Strategic Management, Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, International Management, and Mediation.

Publications

  • Jose, Anita & Lee, Shang-Mei (Under Review). “Environmental Reporting of Global Corporations: A Content Analysis Based on Website Disclosures," Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Jose, Anita & Lee, Shang-Mei (2005). “Does Sustainability Pay? An Empirical Investigation into the Relationship between Corporate Environmental Performance and Stock Performance,” proceedings of the 2005 Society for the Advancement of Management Conference, In Search of a Winning Strategy.
  • Jose, A. & Lee, S. (2004). "Global Corporations and Environmental Management: Evidence from Corporate Websites.” Proceedings of the American Society of Business & Behavioral Sciences.
  • McDermott, E.P., Jose, A., & Obar, R. (2003). "An Investigation of the Reasons for the Lack of Employer Participation in the EEOC Mediation Program." Washington, D.C.: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. http://www.eeoc.gov/mediate/study3/index.html
  • McDermott, E. P., Jose, A., Obar, R., Polkinghorn, B., & Bowers, M. (2002). Has the EEOC Hit A Home Run? An Evaluation of the EEOC Mediation Program from the Participants' Perspective. Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Journal, Vol. 11, pp. 1-40, Oxford - Elsevier Press.
  • McDermott, E. P., Jose, A., Obar, R., Polkinghorn, B., & Bowers, M. (2002). "An Evaluation/Cost-Benefit Analysis of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Pilot Mediation Program." Sacramento: State of California. http://www.dfehmp.ca.gov/News/news.asp
  • McDermott, E.P., Jose, A., Obar, R., & Polkinghorn, B. (2001). "The EEOC Mediation Program: Mediators Perspectives on the e Parties, Processes, and Outcomes." Washington, D.C.: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. http://www.eeoc.gov/mediate/mcdfinal.html
  • McDermott, P., Obar, R., Jose, A., & Bowers, M. (2000). An Evaluation of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Mediation Program. The EEOC: Washington, D.C. (http://www.eeoc.gov/mediate/report/index.html)
  • Jose, A. & McDermott, E. P. (2000). Sexual Harassment Policy in the Workplace: A Reevaluation. Southern Law Journal, X (1): 73-85.
  • Jose, A. & Thibodeaux, M. S. (1999). Institutionalization of Ethics: The Perspective of Managers. Journal of Business Ethics, 22(2): 133-143.
  • Jos, T. & Jose, A. (1999). The Battle of the Bug: Y2K. Business Intelligence, 5: 5-13.
  • Jose, A. & Banks, N. (1999). "Self-Employment Among Poblano Mexicans: The Role of Prior Class Position, Family Background, and Attitudes," in Oritz, E. & Cabello, A. (Eds.), Economic Issues and Globalization: Theory and Evidence, Proceedings of the 1999 Congress of the International Society for Intercommunication of New Ideas, V. I : 195-206.
  • Lightfoot, R. & Jose, A. (1999). "The Role of Information Technology in the Strategic Management Process: A Model for the Information Economy," in Abdelsamad, M. H. & Myers, E. (Eds.), Business Issues for the New Millennium, Proceedings of the Society for Advancement of Management International Management Conference, pp. 65-75.
  • Jose, A. & Obar, R. (1999). "In Search of Common Denominators: Congressional Hearing on Women-Owned Business Enterprises, in Abdelsamad, M. H. & Myers, E. (Eds.), Business Issues for the New Millennium, Proceedings of the Society for Advancement of Management International Management Conference, pp. 303-311.
  • "Codes of Ethics: A View from the United States," in Kampits, P., Kokai, K., & Weiberg, A. (Eds.), Applied Ethics: Contributions of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, Proceedings of the 21st International Wittgenstein Symposium on Applied Ethics, 1998, V. VI (1), pp. 312-317, with Mr. Tom Jos.
  •  Jos, T. & Jose, A. (1997). Globalization of Business: Evolving New Strategies for Small Business Enterprises. The Indian Manager, 22(3): 109-125.

Selected Refereed Conference Presentations

  • “Does Sustainability Pay? An Empirical Investigation into the Relationship between Corporate Environmental Performance and Stock Performance,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the SAM International Conference, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada.  
  •  “Reasons for the Lack of Respondent Participation: The EEOC Mediation Experience,” presented at the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, 2004, New York, NY, with Drs. McDermott & Obar.
  •  “Global Corporations and Environmental Management: Evidence from Corporate Websites,” presented at the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business & Behavioral Sciences, 2004, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Lee.
  •  “Instilling Ethical Values: A Practical Guide,” presented at the Tenth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2003, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  •  "Turning Points in Employment Conflict: The Mediators' Perspective," presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution, 2002, San Diego, California, with Drs. McDermott, Obar, & Polkinghorn.
  •  "Selected Approaches to Resolving Employment Discrimination Claims: The EEOC Mediation Experience from the Mediator's Vantage Point," presented at the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, 2002, Seattle, WA, with Drs. McDermott, Obar, & Polkinghorn.
  •  "Kerala in Crisis: An Investigation of the Agricultural Crisis in Kerala, India, and the Lessons that can be learned from the Kerala Experience Regarding Agricultural Trade Liberalization," presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2002, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Su, Y., Lakhey, S., & Tarpeh.
  •  "Mediator Strategies that Promote Effective Conflict Resolution: The Ten Commandments for Mediators," presented at the at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business & Behavioral Sciences, 2002, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Drs. McDermott, Obar, & Polkinghorn.
  •  "The EEOC Mediation Program: A Successful Illustration of Collaboration in the Capital," presented at the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, 2001, Washington, D.C., with Drs. McDermott, Obar, & Polkinghorn.
  •  Has the EEOC Hit A Home Run? An Evaluation of the EEOC Mediation Program from the Participants' Perspective," presented at the Annual Conference of the Industrial Relations Research Association, 2001, in New Orleans, LA, with Drs. McDermott, Obar, & Bowers. Winner of the Best Paper Award.
  •  "Women Entrepreneurs and Government Programs: An Evaluation and a Commentary," presented at the Eighth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2001, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Ruth Obar.
  •  "Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Host Country Variables: A Re-Construction of Structural, Cultural, and Enclave Factors," presented at the Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2000, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Nina Banks.
  •  "National Culture and the Institutionalization of Ethics in Organizations: An Empirical Study," presented at the Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2000, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Mary S. Thibodeaux.
  •  "Economic Development and Self-Employment: A Case Study," presented at the Fifth International Congress of the International Society for Intercommunication of New Ideas, 1999, in Mexico City, Mexico with Dr. Nina Banks.
  •  "The Role of Information Technology in the Strategic Management Process: A Model for the Information Economy," presented at the Annual Meeting of the SAM International Management Conference, 1999, Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Regina Lightfoot.
  •  "In Search of Common Denominators: Congressional Hearing on Small Business Women," presented at the Annual Meeting of the SAM International Management Conference, 1999, Las Vegas, Nevada, with Dr. Ruth Obar.
  •  "Codes of Ethics: A View From the United States," presented at the 21st International Wittgenstein Symposium on Applied Ethics, 1998, in Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria, with Mr. Tom Jos.
  •  "Globalization and Public Policy: The Ethical Implications for Women," at the Second Annual Laurier Conference on Professional Ethics in Business, Health, and Education, 1997, in Waterloo, Canada, with Drs. Purnima Bhatt and Ruth Obar.
  •  "National Cultures and Business Ethics: An Application of Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions," presentation on "International Ethics: Consumers and Marketers" at the Multicultural Marketing Conference, 1996, in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  •  "Institutionalization of Ethics in Organizations: The Perspective of Managers," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Federation of Academic Disciplines Conference, 1996, in San Antonio, Texas, with Dr. Mary S. Thibodeaux.
  •  "Individualism/Collectivism and the Institutionalization of Ethics: A Comparative Study of Managerial Perceptions," presented at the Multicultural Marketing Conference, 1996, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with Dr. Mary S. Thibodeaux.
  •  "Business Ethics: An Oxymoron or Organizational Strategy?" presented at the Global Conference on Small and Medium Industry and Business, 1996, in Bangalore, India with Mr. Tom Jos.
  •  "Ethical Concerns of Human Resource Managers: The Issues of AIDS, Genetic Testing and Pre-employment Services," presented at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences Conference, 1994, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Kitty Campbell.
  •  "Strategic Fit: The Missing Link in Global Strategic Human Resource Management," presented at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences Conference, 1994, in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Kitty Campbell.
  •  "Managing in a Man's World: Women Expatriate Managers in Asian Countries," presented at the Southwest Social Science Association Conference, 1992, in Austin, Texas, with Kathy Dale.

Other Selected Speeches and Presentations

 

  • “Gandhi and Servant Leadership: A Paradigm of Cosmic Justice, Social Interdependence, and Multiculturalism,” invited speech at the Multicultural Key Leaders’ Dinner, May 6, 2005.  
  •  “Institutionalizing Ethics: From Rhetoric to Action,” invited speech to the Frederick County Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, October 23, 2003.
  •  “Institutionalizing Ethics in Organizations: A Stakeholder Perspective,” invited speech to the Character-Counts organization of Frederick, MD in 2002. Excerpts of the speech was published in the Frederick News-Post.
  •  "Mediation 201: Observations and Suggestions Based on Our EEOC Mediation Evaluation Experience," training for the EEOC mediators in Washington, DC, 2001, with Drs. McDermott and Polkinghorn.
  •  "Exporting: A General Introduction," presented at the 2001 International Trade Workshop sponsored by the Women's Business Institute.
  •  "Women and the Undue Burden of Development: A Critical Look at the Effects of the International Monetary Fund's Remedies to Global Financial Woes," key-note address at the kick-off event of the 1999 Great Decisions Inc. (Frederick Chapter), sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association.
  •  "Leadership in the 21st Century: The New Paradigm," presented at the 1996 Multicultural Leadership Institute at Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland.

Selected “In-Progress” Works

  • “Acquirers and Abnormal Returns: Evidence from the Field of Mega Mergers of 1996-2001,” with Mira Spassova and Dr. Shang-Mei Lee.  
  •  “Procedural Justice in Program Evaluation: Evidence and Conclusions”
  •  “Corporate Social Responsibility in the Banking Industry: Incorporating Social and Environmental Considerations”

Review and Editorial Board Contributions

  • Academy of Management Conference (Business Policy track)  
  • American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences
  • Society for the Advancement of Management Conference
  • SAM Advanced Management Journal

Selected Media

  • WFMD
  • Washington Post
  • Frederick News-Post
  • Frederick Gazette
  • Conflict Management E-Newsletter (March 2001, #14)