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Perry, S.J., Hunter, E.M., & Currall, S.C. (2016). Managing the Innovators: Organizational and Professional Commitment Among Scientists and Engineers. Research Policy, 45, 1247-1262.

Currall, S.C., Frauenheim, E., Perry, S.J., & Hunter, E.M. (2014). Organized Innovation: A Blueprint for Renewing America's Prosperity. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Elsbach, K.D. & Currall, S.C. (2012). Understanding Threats to Leader Trustworthiness: Why It's Better to Be Called "Incompetent" Than "Immoral."In R. Kramer and T. Pittinsky (eds.) Restoring Trust: Emerging Challenges and Emerging Answers. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 217-240.

B. Jesse and S.C. Currall (2011). A Model for Focusing Executives on Long-term Value Creation. Harvard Business Review Blog Network, October 21.

Hunter, E.M., Perry, S.J., & Currall, S.C. (2011). Inside Multi-Disciplinary Science and Engineering Research Centers: The Impact of Organizational Climate on Invention Disclosures and Patents. Research Policy, 40, 1226-1239.

Currall, S.C. (2009). Nanotechnology and Society: New Insights into Public Perceptions. Nature Nanotechnology, 4, 79-80.

Currall, S.C. (2007). Consumer Myths about Nanotechnology. BusinessWeek.com, January 31.

Currall, S.C., King, E.B., Lane, N., Madera, J., & Turner, S. (2007). How Fast Should Nanotechnology Advance? Reply to Wintle, Burgman, and Fidler. Nature Nanotechnology, 2,327-328.

Perry, S.J., Currall, S.C., & Stuart, T.E. (2007). The Pipeline from University Laboratory to New Commercial Product: An Organizational Framework For Technology Commercialization in Multidisciplinary Research Centers. In M. Epstein, T. Davila, & R. Shelton (eds.) The Creative Enterprise. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Publishing Group, pp. 85-105.

Currall, S.C., King, E.B., Lane, N., Madera, J., & Turner, S. (2006). What Drives Public Acceptance of Nanotechnology? Nature Nanotechnology, 1, 153-155.

Currall, S.C. & Inkpen, A.C. (2006). On the Complexity of Organizational Trust: A Multi-level Co-Evolutionary Perspective and Guidelines for Future Research. In A. Zaheer and R. Bachmann (eds.) The Handbook of Trust Research, pp. 235-246. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.

Currall, S.C., Towler, A.J., Judge, T.A., & Kohn, L. (2005). Pay Satisfaction and Organizational Outcomes. Personnel Psychology, 58, 613-640.

Inkpen, A.C. & Currall, S.C. (2004). The Co-Evolution of Trust, Control, and Learning in Joint Ventures. Organization Science, 15, 586-599.

Friedman, R.A. & Currall, S.C. (2003). E-Mail Escalation: Dispute Exacerbating Elements of E-mail Communication. Human Relations, 56, 1325-1348.

Subject of Research Summary (by Lauren Keller Johnson) in the MIT Sloan Management Review: Does E-Mail Escalate Conflict? The Idiosyncratic Aspects of Electronic Mail Can Obviate Resolution. August, 2002.

Currall, S.C. & Epstein, M.J. (2003). The Fragility of Organizational Trust: Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Enron. Organizational Dynamics, 32, 193-206.

Currall, S.C. & Inkpen, A.C. (2003). Strategic Alliances and the Evolution of Trust Across Levels. In M. West, D. Tjosvold, and K. Smith (eds.) International Handbook of Organizational Teamwork and Cooperative Working. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 533-549.

Currall, S.C. & Towler, A.J. (2003). Research Methods in Management and Organizational Research: Toward Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques. In A. Tashakkori and C. Teddlie (eds.) Handbook of Mixed Methods in Social and Behavioral Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp. 513-526.

Currall, S.C. & Inkpen, A. (2002). A Multilevel Approach to Trust in Joint Ventures. Journal of International Business Studies, 33, 479-495.

Schmidt, S.M., Geddes, D., Currall, S.C., & Hochner, A. (eds.) (2001). Power and Negotiation in Organizations: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, Second Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Currall, S.C. & Inkpen, A.C. (2000). Joint Venture Trust: Interpersonal, Intergroup, and Interfirm Levels. In D.O. Faulkner and M. de Rond (eds.) Cooperative Strategies: Economic, Business and Organizational Issues, pp. 324-340. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Friedman, R., Tidd, S.T., Currall, S.C., & Tsai, J.C. (2000). What Goes Around Comes Around: The Impact of Personal Conflict Style on Workplace Conflict and Stress. International Journal of Conflict Management, 11, 32-55.

Currall, S.C., Hammer, T.H., Baggett, L.S., & Doniger, G.M. (1999). Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies to Study Group Processes: An Illustrative Study of a Corporate Board of Directors. Organizational Research Methods, 2, 5-36.

Inkpen, A.C. & Currall, S.C. (1998). The Nature, Antecedents, and Consequences of Joint Venture Trust. Journal of International Management, 4, 1-20.

Inkpen, A.C. & Currall, S.C. (1997). International Joint Venture Trust: An Empirical Examination. In P.W. Beamish and J.P. Killing (eds.) Cooperative Strategies: North American Perspectives, pp. 308-334. San Francisco, CA: New Lexington Press.

Currall, S.C. & Kohn, L. (1996). Productivity of Public School Districts: The Employment Relations Model. Public Productivity and Management Review, 19, 363-381.

Kleintop, W.A., Blau, G.J., & Currall, S.C. (1996). Users’ Attitudes When Upgrading Information Technologies: A Case of Migration to a New Electronic Mail System.Information Resources Management Journal, 9, 25-34.

Currall, S.C. & Judge, T.A. (1995). Measuring Trust Between Organizational Boundary Role Persons. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 64, 151-170.

Tamimi, N., Gershon, M., & Currall, S.C. (1995). Assessing the Psychometric Properties of Deming’s 14 Principles. Quality Management Journal, 2, 38-52.

Currall, S.C., Geddes, D., Schmidt, S.M., & Hochner, A. (eds.) (1994). Power and Negotiation in Organizations: Readings, Cases, and Exercises. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Currall, S.C. (1992). Group Representatives in Educational Institutions: An Empirical Study of Superintendents and Teacher Union Presidents. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 28, 296-317.

Hammer, T.H., Currall, S.C., & Stern, R.N. (1991). Worker Representation on Corporate Boards of Directors: A Competing Roles Model. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 44, 661-680.