Faculty Profile

Jeremy Short

Title
Endowed Chair
Department
Management
College
College of Business

    

Education

PhD, Louisiana State University, 2000.
Major: Management
MBA, University Of North Texas, 1996.
BBA, Univ Of Texas At Arlington, 1994.

Current Scheduled Teaching*

No current or future courses scheduled.

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Previous Scheduled Teaching*

MGMT 6900.704, Special Problems, Spring 2021 Syllabus
MGMT 6900.707, Special Problems, Spring 2021 SPOT
MGMT 4235.001, Social Entrepreneurship, Fall 2020 Syllabus SPOT
MGMT 6900.707, Special Problems, Fall 2020
MGMT 6900.707, Special Problems, Summer 10W 2020

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Published Publications

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book
Bauer,, Erdogan,, Short, J., Carpenter, (2016). Principles of Management. (3rd Edition). Flat World Knowledge..
Short, J., Bauer, T., Ketchen, D. J., Simon, L. (2011). Atlas Black: The complete adventure. Flat World Knowledge, Incorporated.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J., Combs, J. G., Terrell, W., Terrell, A. (2011). Tales of Garcón: The franchise players. Flat World Knowledge, Incorporated.
Austin, R. D. (2011). University Life: A College Survival Story. Flat World Knowledge.
Short, J., Bauer, T., Ketchen, D. J. (2010). Atlas black: Managing to succeed. Flat World Knowledge, Incorporated.
Austin, R. D., Short, J. (2009). iPremier (A): Denial of service attack (graphic novel version). Harvard Business School Pub..
Short, J. (2000). Resource-based, strategic group, and industry influences on firm performance.
Book Chapter
Leppänen, P., McKenny, A., Short, J. (2019). Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Entrepreneurship: Exploring the Approach and Noting Opportunities for the Future.. Other. Emerald Insight.
McKenny,, Zachary,, Short, J., Ketchen, (2016). In search of causality in entrepreneurship research: quantitative methods in corporate entrepreneurship.. Other. SAGE.
McKelvie, A., McKenny, A., Lumpkin, G. T., Short, J. Corporate entrepreneurship in family-controlled businesses: past contributions and future opportunities. Sage Handbook of Family Business.
Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2014). Entrepreneurial rhetoric and business plan funding: An empirical examination. Handbook of Research on Institutional Language.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2014). Mastering Strategic Management. Flat World Knowledge.
McKenny, A., Zachary, M. A., Payne, M. A., Short, J. Multilevel Analysis in Family Business Studies. The Sage Handbook of Family Business.
McGowan, M., Short, J. (2014). Spider-Management: A critical examination of the business world of Spider-Man. Web-Spinning heroics: Critical essays on the history and meaning of Spider-Man.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J., Combs, J. C. (2014). Tales of Garcón: The Franchise Players. Flat World Knowledge.
Ketchen, D. J., Bergh, D. D., Short, J. (2007). Toward greater integration of the resource-based view and strategic groups research: an illustration using random coefficients modeling. Research methodology in strategy and management. 75–100. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Piccoli, G., Short, J., Ives, B. (2002). Investigating Multilevel Relationships in Virtual Teams: an Illustration Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling. Collaborative Business Ecosystems and Virtual Enterprises. 459–466. Springer US.
Editorial Material
McKenny, A. F., Allison, T. H., Ketchen, David J., Jr.,, Short, J., Ireland, R. D. (2017). How Should Crowdfunding Research Evolve? A Survey of the Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Editorial Board. Other. 41(2), 291-304.
Short, J., Ketchen, David J., Jr.,, McKenny, A. F., Allison, T. H., Ireland, R. D. (2017). Research on Crowdfunding: Reviewing the (Very Recent) Past and Celebrating the Present. Other. 41(2), 149-160.
Journal Article
Short, J., Payne, T. (2020). In their own words: A call for increased use of organizational narratives in family business research.. Family Business Review.
Anglin, A., Short, J., McKenny, A., Ketchen, D., Allison, T. (2020). Third-party signals in crowdfunded microfinance: The role of microfinance institutions.. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1042258719839709
Short, J., Anglin, A. (2019). Is Leadership Language ‘Rewarded’ in Crowdfunding? Replicating Social Entrepreneurship Research in a Rewards-Based Context. Other. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2352673418300908
Short, J., Zachary, M., Ketchen, D. (2018). Entrepreneurial orientation rhetoric and franchise system size: The moderating role of military veteran recruitment. Other. 10, .
Anglin, A., Wolfe, M. T., Short, J., McKenny, A., Pidduck, R. (2018). Narcissistic Rhetoric and Crowdfunding Performance: A Social Role Theory Perspective. Journal of Business Venturing. 33(6), 780-812.
Reid, S. W., Short, J., Ketchen, D., (2018). Reading the room: Leveraging popular business books to enhance organizational performance. Business Horizons.
Anglin, A., Short, J., Drover, A. W., Stevenson, R., McKenny, A., Allison, T. (2018). The power of positivity? The influence of positive psychological capital language on crowdfunding performance. Journal of Business Venturing. 33(4), 470-492.
Reid, S. W., anglin, a., Short, J., Buckley, M. R. (2018). Blazing new trails or opportunity lost? Evaluating research at the intersection of leadership and entrepreneurship. Other.
McKenny, A., Short, J., Ketchen, D., Payne, T., Moss, T. Strategic entrepreneurial orientation: configurations, performance, and the effect of industry and time.. Other.
Short, J., McKenny, A., Reid, S. (2018). More than words? Content analysis research in organizational psychology and organizational behavior. Other. 5, 415-435.
Anglin, A., Reid, S. W., Short, J., Zachary, M. A., Rutherford, M. W. (2017). An Archival Approach to Measuring Family Influence: An Organizational Identity Perspective. Family Business Review. 30(1), 19-36.
Allison, T. H., Davis, B. C., Webb, J. W., Short, J. (2017). Persuasion in crowdfunding: An elaboration likelihood model of crowdfunding performance. Journal of Business Venturing. 32(6), 707-725.
Anglin, A., McKenny, A., Short, J. (2016). The Impact of Collective Optimism on New Venture Creation and Growth: A Social Contagion Perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
McKenny,, Aguinis,, Short, J., Anglin, A. (2016). What doesn't get measured does exist: Measuring measurement error in computer-aided text analysis.. Journal of Management.
Short, J., McKenny, A. F., Ketchen, D. J., Snow, C. C., Hult, G. T. (2015). An Empirical Examination of Firm, Industry, and Temporal Effects on Corporate Social Performance. Business & Society. 0007650315574848.
Allison, T. H., Davis, B. C., Short, J., Webb, J. W. (2015). Crowdfunding in a prosocial microlending environment: Examining the role of intrinsic versus extrinsic cues. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 39(1), 53–73.
Sutton, T., Short, J., McKenny, A. F., Namatovu, R. (2015). Institutional Factors Affecting Expansion within the East African Community: An Analysis of Managers’ Personal Stories. Other. 1(4), 365–383.
Baur, J. E., Ellen, B. P., Buckley, M. R., Ferris, G. R., Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2015). More than one way to articulate a vision: A configurations approach to leader charismatic rhetoric and influence. The Leadership Quarterly. 27(1), 156–171.
Harrison,, Banks,, Pollack,, O'Boyle,, Short, J. (2015). Publication bias in strategic management research.. Journal of Management.
Anglin, A., Stevenson, R. M., Drover, W., McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Allison, T. H. (2015). The Role of Positive Psychological Capital Language in Crowdfunding Performance. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2015(1), 12776.
Short, J. Oh, the places we’ll go! Reviewing past, present, and future possibilities in family business research. Family Business Review.
Short, J., McKenny, A. F., Ketchen, D. J., Snow, C. C., Hult, G. T. An empirical examination of firm, industry, and temporal effects on corporate social performance. Business & Society.
Combs, J. G., Ketchen, D. J., Shook, C., Short, J. (2014). Antecedents and consequences of franchising: Past accomplishments and future challenges. Journal of Management.
McKenny, A., Short, J., Payne, G. T., Zachary, M. (2014). Assessing espoused performance goals in private family firms using content analysis. Other.
Harrington, D., Short, J., Hynes, B. Changing times for Management Educators – Rethinking Engagement with Participatory forms of Knowledge Production. Other.
McKelvie, A., McKenney, A., Lumpkin, G., Short, J. (2014). Corporate entrepreneurship in family businesses: Past contributions and future opportunities. Other. 340–363.
Allison, T. H., Short, B., Short, J., Webb, J. (2014). Crowdfunding in a Prosocial Microlending Environment: Examining the Role of Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Cues. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Short, J. (2014). Defending family business research: The role of authors as defense attorneys. Family Business Review.
Moss, T., Short, J., Payne, G. T., Lumpkin, G. T. (2014). Dual identities in social ventures: An exploratory study. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2014). Entrepreneurial rhetoric and business plan funding. Other. 21–35.
Karniouchina, E., Carson, S., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. Extending The Firm vs. Industry Debate: Does Industry Lifecycle Stage Matter?. Other.
Zachary, M., McKenny, A., Payne, G. T., Short, J. (2014). Family business and market orientation: Construct validation and comparative analysis. Family Business Review.
Zachary, M., McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Davis, K., Wu, D. (2014). Franchise branding: An organizational identity perspective. Other.
Combs, J. G., Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2014). Franchising research: Major milestones, new directions, and its future within entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Short, J., Randolph-Seng, B., McKenny, A. F. (2014). Graphic presentation: An empirical examination of the graphic novel approach to communicate business. Business Communication Quarterly.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2014). Graphic truth: Some hidden realities of the review process. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. Integrating time into family business research: Using random coefficient modeling to examine temporal influences on family firm ambidexterity. Family Business Review.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J., Combs, J. G. (2014). Is franchising entrepreneurship? Yes, no, and maybe so. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Walker, H. J., Bauer, T. N., Cole, T. C., Bernerth, J. B., Field, H. S., Short, J. Is this how I will be treated? Reducing uncertainty through recruitment interactions. Academy of Management Journal.
Ketchen, D., Short, J. (2014). Making Momma proud: An interview with Keith Schilleci. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
Broberg, J. C., McKelvie, A., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Wan, National influences on innovative activity: A multi-country investigation. Journal of Business Research.
Payne, G. T., Brigham, K. H., Broberg, J. C., Moss, T. W., Short, J. (2014). Organizational Virtue Orientation and Family Firms. Business Ethics Quarterly.
Harrison, J. S., Banks, G. C., Pollack, J. M., O’Boyle, E. H., Short, J. (2014). Publication Bias in Strategic Management Research. Journal of Management. 0149206314535438.
Wann, W. P., Hoskisson, R. E., Short, J., Yiu, D. W. (2014). Resource-based theory and corporate diversification: Accomplishments and opportunities. Business Horizons.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2014). Separating fads from facts: Lessons from The good, the fad, and the ugly. Business Horizons.
Walker, H. J., Field, H. S., Giles, W. F., Bernerth, J. B., Short, J. (2014). So what do you think of the organization? A contextual priming explanation for recruitment web site characteristics as antecedents of job seekers’ organizational image perceptions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Zachary, M., McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. (2014). Strategy in motion: Using motion pictures to illustrate strategic management concepts. Business Horizons.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J., Combs, J. C. (2014). Tales of Garcón: The Franchise Players. Other.
Short, J. (2014). The debate goes on! A graphic portrayal of the Sinclair-Taylor editorial debate. Journal of Business and Management.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. The discount diva: An interview with Sarah Reeves. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
Allison, T., McKenny, A., Short, J. The effect of entrepreneurial rhetoric on microlending investment: An examination of the warm-glow effect. Other.
Ketchen, D., Short, J. The franchise player: An interview with Don Larose. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. (2014). The good, the fad, and the ugly. Business Horizons.
Combs, J. G., Penny, C., Crook, R. C., Short, J. (2014). The impact of family representation on CEO compensation. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
McKenny, A. F., Short, J. C., Short, J., Payne, G. T. Using Computer-aided text analysis to elevate constructs: An illustration using psychological capital. Organizational Research Methods.
Aguinis, H., Boyd, B., Pierce, C. A., Short, J. Walking new avenues in management research methods and theories: Bridging macro and micro domains. Journal of Management.
Karniouchina, E. V., Carson, S. J., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. (2013). Extending the firm vs. industry debate: Does industry life cycle stage matter?. Other. 34(8), 1010–1018.
Short, J., Randolph-Seng, B., McKenny, A. F. (2013). Graphic Presentation An Empirical Examination of the Graphic Novel Approach to Communicate Business Concepts. Business Communication Quarterly. 76(3), 273–303.
Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2013). Integrating time into family business research: Using random coefficient modeling to examine temporal influences on family firm ambidexterity. Family Business Review. 0894486513494782.
Walker, H. J., Bauer, T. N., Cole, M. S., Bernerth, J. B., Feild, H. S., Short, J. (2013). Is this how I will be treated? Reducing uncertainty through recruitment interactions. Academy of Management Journal. 56(5), 1325–1347.
Broberg, J. C., McKelvie, A., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Wan, W. P. (2013). Political institutional structure influences on innovative activity. Journal of Business Research. 66(12), 2574–2580.
Allison, T. H., Grimes, M. G., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2013). Responses to Institutional Defiance: How Media Frames Alter the Rate of Sanctions. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2013(1), 13084.
Allison, T. H., McKenny, A. F., Short, J. (2013). The effect of entrepreneurial rhetoric on microlending investment: An examination of the warm-glow effect. Journal of Business Venturing. 28(6), 690–707.
McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Payne, G. T. (2013). Using computer-aided text analysis to elevate constructs an illustration using psychological capital. Organizational Research Methods. 16(1), 152–184.
McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Payne, G. T. (2012). 10 The challenge for researchers. Other. 231.
Short, J. (2012). Defending Family Business Research The Role of Authors as Defense Attorneys. Family Business Review. 25(4), 367–373.
MCGOWAN, M., Short, J. (2012). Spider-Management: A Critical Examination of the Business World of Spider-Man. Other. 113.
Zachary, M. A., McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. (2012). Strategy in motion: Using motion pictures to illustrate strategic management concepts. Business Horizons. 55(1), 5–10.
Short, J., Payne, G. T. (2012). Super-management: An examination of organizational images and management themes in comic books. Other. 1(1), 1.
Combs, J. G., Ketchen, D. J., Shook, C. L., Short, J. (2011). Antecedents and consequences of franchising: Past accomplishments and future challenges. Journal of Management. 37(1), 99–126.
McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Zachary, M. A., Payne, G. T. (2011). Assessing espoused goals in private family firms using content analysis. Family Business Review. 0894486511420422.
Moss, T. W., Short, J., Payne, G. T., Lumpkin, G. (2011). Dual identities in social ventures: An exploratory study. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 35(4), 805–830.
Zachary, M. A., McKenny, A., Short, J., Payne, G. T. (2011). Family business and market orientation construct validation and comparative analysis. Family Business Review. 24(3), 233–251.
Zachary, M. A., McKenny, A. F., Short, J., Davis, K. M., Wu, D. (2011). Franchise branding: An organizational identity perspective. Other. 39(4), 629–645.
Combs, J. G., Ketchen, Jr, D. J., Short, J. (2011). Franchising research: major milestones, new directions, and its future within entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 35(3), 413–425.
Ketchen, Jr, D. J., Short, J., Combs, J. G. (2011). Is franchising entrepreneurship? Yes, no, and maybe so. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 35(3), 583–593.
Ketchen, D., Short, J. (2011). Mastering Strategic Management.
Payne, G. T., Brigham, K. H., Broberg, J. C., Moss, T. W., Short, J. (2011). Organizational virtue orientation and family firms. Other. 21(02), 257–285.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2011). Separating fads from facts: lessons from the good, the fad, and the ugly. Business Horizons. 54(1), 17–22.
Walker, H. J., Feild, H. S., Giles, W. F., Bernerth, J. B., Short, J. (2011). So what do you think of the organization? A contextual priming explanation for recruitment Web site characteristics as antecedents of job seekers’ organizational image perceptions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 114(2), 165–178.
Short, J. (2011). The Debate Goes On! A Graphic Portrayal Of The Sinclair-Taylor Editorial Dialogue. Journal of Business and Management. 17(1), 43–55.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2011). The good, the fad, and the ugly. Business Horizons. 54(1), 7–16.
Payne, T., Short, J., Austin, R. D. (2011). University Life. Other.
Aguinis, H., Boyd, B. K., Pierce, C. A., Short, J. (2011). Walking new avenues in management research methods and theories: Bridging micro and macro domains. Journal of Management. 37(2), 395–403.
Moss, T. W., Lumpkin, G., Short, J. (2010). 14. Social entrepreneurship: a historical review and research agenda. Other. 318.
Palmer, T. B., Short, J. (2010). Getting Engaged: Factors Enhancing Perceived Student Benefits from Service-Learning in Business Education.. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. 21(2), 5–28.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J., Terrell, W. (2010). Graphic truth: Some hidden realities of the review process. Journal of Management Inquiry. 1056492610384544.
Aguinis, H., Dalton, D. R., Bosco, F. A., Connelly, B., Ireland, R. D., Trevis, S., Maertz, Jr, C. P., Boyar, S. L., Combs, J. G., Ketchen, Jr, D. J., others, (2010). Journal of Management: Upcoming Issues. Journal of Management. 36(6), 1608–1610.
Short, J., Ketchen, Jr, D. J., Combs, J. G., Ireland, R. D. (2010). Organizational Research. Other. 13(1), 6–15.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Combs, J. G., Ireland, R. D. (2010). Research methods in entrepreneurship Opportunities and challenges. Organizational Research Methods. 13(1), 6–15.
Wan, W. P., Hoskisson, R. E., Short, J., Yiu, D. W. (2010). Resource-based theory and corporate diversification: Accomplishments and opportunities. Journal of Management. 0149206310391804.
Ketchen, D. J., Short, J. (2010). The Franchise Player: An Interview with Don Larose. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 15(4), 94.
Combs, J. G., Penney, C. R., Crook, T. R., Short, J. (2010). The impact of family representation on CEO compensation. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 34(6), 1125–1144.
Bauer, T., Boswell, W., Griffin, M., Leiblein, M., Michael, S., Poppo, L., Quinones, M., Rupp, D., Schleicher, D., Shook, C., others, (2009). CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT 2011 REVIEW ISSUE. Journal of Management. 35(6), 1302–1303.
Short, J., Broberg, J. C., Cogliser, C. C., Brigham, K. C. (2009). Construct validation using computer-aided text analysis (CATA): An illustration using entrepreneurial orientation. Organizational Research Methods.
Certo, S. T., Moss, T. W., Short, J. (2009). Entrepreneurial orientation: An applied perspective. Business Horizons. 52(4), 319–324.
Short, J., Payne, G. T., Brigham, K. H., Lumpkin, G., Broberg, J. C. (2009). Family Firms and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Publicly Traded Firms A Comparative Analysis of the S&P 500. Family Business Review. 22(1), 9–24.
Short, J., McKelvie, A., Ketchen, D. J., Chandler, G. N. (2009). Firm and industry effects on firm performance: A generalization and extension for new ventures. Other. 3(1), 47–65.
Short, J., Moss, T. W., Lumpkin, G. T. (2009). Research in social entrepreneurship: Past contributions and future opportunities. Other. 3(2), 161.
Short, J. (2009). The art of writing a review article. Journal of Management. 35(6), 1312–1317.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Shook, C. L., Ireland, R. D. (2009). The concept of" opportunity" in entrepreneurship research: Past accomplishments and future challenges. Journal of Management.
Short, J., Reeves, T. C. (2009). The graphic novel: A “cool” format for communicating to generation Y. Business Communication Quarterly. 72(4), 414–430.
Pérez-Nordtvedt, L., Payne, G. T., Short, J., Kedia, B. L. (2008). An entrainment-based model of temporal organizational fit, misfit, and performance. Organization Science. 19(5), 785–801.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B. (2008). Bridging the Gap between Service-Learning and Social Entrepreneurship: An Interview with the Founders of P: ear. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 13(4), 121.
Short, J., Payne, G. T. (2008). First movers and performance: Timing is everything. Academy of Management Review. 33(1), 267–269.
Palmer, T. B., Short, J. (2008). Mission statements in US colleges of business: An empirical examination of their content with linkages to configurations and performance. Other. 7(4), 454–470.
Broberg, J. C., Conover, W., Payne, T., Short, J. (2008). NATIONAL POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTS AS DETERMINANTS OF NATIONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY (INTERACTIVE PAPER). Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. 28(16), 9.
Bailey, J. R., Palmer, T. B., Short, J., Chia, R., Holt, R., Parker, P., Hall, D. T., Kram, K. E., Gilbert, K., Cartzoright, S. (2008). of Management.
Short, J., Payne, G. T., Ketchen, D. J. (2008). Research on organizational configurations: Past accomplishments and future challenges. Journal of Management.
Moss, T. W., Lumpkin, G., Short, J. (2008). The dependent variables of social entrepreneurship research.
Ford, E. W., Short, J. (2008). The impact of health system membership on patient safety initiatives. Other. 33(1), 13–20.
Short, J. (2007). A Touch of the Masters’ Hands: An Interview with Augustino and Donna Loprinzi. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 12(3), 103.
Adams, G., Aldag, R. J., Aryee, G., Beaulieu, M., Boyle, E., Brown, S., Chabowski, B., Chen, H., Chinander, K. R., Choo, A. S., others, (2007). Acknowledgement of special issue reviewers. Journal of Operations Management. 25, 581–582.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Palmer, T. B., Hult, G. T. (2007). Firm, strategic group, and industry influences on performance. Strategic Management Journal. 28(2), 147–167.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B. (2007). The application of DICTION to content analysis research in strategic management. Organizational Research Methods.
McKelvie, A., Wiklund, J., Short, J. (2007). The new venture innovation process: Examining the role of absorptive capacity. Other. 10, 159–186.
Lumpkin, G., Hansen, H., Short, J. (2007). Understanding Entrepreneurial Insights (Summary). Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. 27(4), 6.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Bennett, N., du Toit, M. (2006). An examination of firm, industry, and time effects on performance using random coefficients modeling. Organizational Research Methods. 9(3), 259–284.
Short, J., Ketchen, D., McKelvie, A., Chandler, G. (2006). How much does industry matter for start-ups?.
Short, J. (2006). What Makes Justin Hamilton So Hungry?. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. 11(4), 81.
Short, J., Piccoli, G., Powell, A., Ives, B. (2005). Investigating Multilevel Relationships in Information Systems Research: An Application to Virtual Teams Research Using Hierarchial Linear Modeling. Other. 7(3), 5.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J. (2005). Teaching timeless truths through classic literature: Aesop’s Fables and strategic management. Journal of Management Education. 29(6), 816–832.
Bachrach, D. G., Barrick, J. A., Bianco, A. T., Brenner, L. A., Budescu, D. V., Bull, B. E., Chater, N., Chen, X., Creyer, E. H., Diekmann, K. A., others, (2003). Aquino, Karl, 195. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 90, 360.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B., Ketchen, D. (2003). Facing up to a meso perspective: research issues for testing firm and strategic group influences on performance. Other. 2, 211–218.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B., Ketchen, D. (2003). Multilevel influences on firm performance: Insights from the resource-based view and strategic groups research. Other. 2, 155–187.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B. (2003). Organizational performance referents: An empirical examination of their content and influences. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 90(2), 209–224.
Kacmar, K. M., Wright, P. M., Boswell, W. R., Werner, S., Ashkanasy, N. M., Härtel, C. E., Daus, C. S., Cortina, J. M., Short, J., Ketchen, Jr, D. J., others, (2002). Editorial Board iv Instructions for Prospective Authors Inside Back Cover Back to the Beginning: Comments from the Special Issue Editor.
Short, J., Palmer, T. B., Ketchen, Jr, D. J. (2002). Resource-based and strategic group influences on hospital performance. Other. 27(4), 7–17.
Short, J., Ketchen, D. J., Palmer, T. B. (2002). The role of sampling in strategic management research on performance: A two-study analysis. Journal of Management. 28(3), 363–385.
Palmer, T. B., Short, J. (2001). Why do goliaths fall?: Performance referents in successful organizations. Corporate Reputation Review. 4(3), 210–222.
Short, J., Piccoli, G., Powell, A., Ives, B., Tuunanen, T., Vainio, M. (2000). JITTA.
Sturman, M. C., Short, J. (2000). Lump-sum bonus satisfaction: testing the construct validity of a new pay satisfaction dimension. Personnel Psychology. 53(3), 673–700.
Boles, J. S., Dean, D. H., Ricks, J. M., Short, J., Wang, G. (2000). The dimensionality of the Maslach Burnout Inventory across small business owners and educators. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 56(1), 12–34.
Short, J. (2000). Winning strategies for multinational corporations in China. Other. 14(1), 151–152.
Other
Crook, T. R., Short, J., Bauer, T., Ketchen, D., Simon, L. (2010). Atlas Black: Managing to Succeed. Academy of Management.
Textbook
Ketchen, D., Short, J. (2018). Mastering Strategic Management (Version 2.0). Mastering Strategic Management (Version 2.0). Boston, MA: FlatWorld Knowledge.. https://catalog.flatworldknowledge.com/catalog/editions/ketchen_2-mastering-strategic-management-2-0
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  • Overall Summative Rating (median):
    This rating represents the combined responses of students to the four global summative items and is presented to provide an overall index of the class’s quality. Overall summative statements include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 5 = Excellent, 3 = Good, and 1= Very poor):
    • The course as a whole was
    • The course content was
    • The instructor’s contribution to the course was
    • The instructor’s effectiveness in teaching the subject matter was
  • Challenge and Engagement Index:
    This rating combines student responses to several SPOT items relating to how academically challenging students found the course to be and how engaged they were. Challenge and Engagement Index items include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 7 = Much higher, 4 = Average, and 1 = Much lower):
    • Do you expect your grade in this course to be
    • The intellectual challenge presented was
    • The amount of effort you put into this course was
    • The amount of effort to succeed in this course was
    • Your involvement in course (doing assignments, attending classes, etc.) was
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