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R. Sanchez, Presentation of a Marketing Research Consulting business, Presentation to Eugene Chamber of Commerce. Eugene, OR, 2000.
R. Sanchez, Presentation of a Marketing Research Consulting business, Presentation to the Corvallis Chamber of Commerce. Corvallis, OR, 2000.
R. Sanchez, Presentation of a Marketing Research Consulting business, Presentation to Salem Chamber of Commerce. Salem, OR, 2000.
J. Sanchez-Burks, Bartel, C., Rees, L., and Huy, Q., Assessing collective affect recognition via the Emotional Aperture Measure, Cognition and Emotion, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 117-133, 2016.
G. Sanjun, Wanchun, D., and Fan, S., A Fuzzy Directed Graph-based QoS Model for Service Composition, Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences, vol. 12, no. 5, 2007.
S. Saxby and King, N., 2013 CLSR-LSPI Seminar on Electronic Identity , The Global Challenge, Computer Law and Security Review, vol. 30, pp. 112-125, 2014.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., Employee homesickness: Causes and Outcomes, Western Academy of Management (WAM). Kauai, Hawaii, 2015.
P. Schilpzand, Houston, L., and Cho, J., Not Too Tired to be Proactive: Daily Empowering Leadership Spurs Next-Morning Employee Proactivity as Moderated by Nightly Sleep Quality, Academy of Management Journal, vol. 61, no. 6, pp. 2367-2387, 2018.
P. Schilpzand, De Pater, I., and Erez, A., Workplace incivility: A review of the literature and agenda for future research, Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 37, pp. S57-S88, 2016.
P. Schilpzand, Cho, J., and Houston, L., The daily Effects of Humble (Caring) Leadership Depend on Whether the Leader is Abusive., The 33rd European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017.
P. Schilpzand and Huang, L., Symposium: Workplace incivility: new frontiers and research directions, Academy of Management Conference. Atlanta, 2017.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., Employee homesickness: Remote employees reactions to being removed from relational others, Western Academy of Management. Portland, OR, 2016.
P. Schilpzand and Huang, L., When and How Experienced Incivility Dissuades Proactive Performance: An Integration of Sociometer and Self-Identity Orientation Perspectives, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., TRUST IN ORGANIZATIONS: NOVEL DIRECTIONS AND NEW FRONTIERS, Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
P. Schilpzand, Hekman, D., and Mitchell, T. R., An Inductively-Generated Typology and Process Model of Workplace Courage, Organization Science, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 52-77, 2014.
P. Schilpzand, Leavitt, K., and Lim, S., Incivility hates company: Shared Incivility Attenuates Rumination, Stress, and Psychological Withdrawal by Reducing Self-blame, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 133, pp. 33-44, 2016.
J. B. Schmidt, Calantone, R., Griffin, B., and Montoya, M., Do Certified Mail Third Wave Follow-Ups Really Boost Response Rates and Quality?, Marketing Letters, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 129-141, 2005.
J. B. Schmidt, Sarangee, K., and Montoya, M., Exploring New Product Development Project Review Practices, Journal of Product Innovation Management, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 520-635, 2009.
J. B. Schmidt, Montoya, M., and Massey, A., New Product Development Decision-Making Effectiveness: Comparing Individuals, Face-to-Face Teams, and Virtual Teams, Decision Sciences, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 575-601, 2001.
M. Schminke, Ambrose, M. L., and Neubaum, D., The Effect of Leader Moral Development on Ethical Climate and Employee Attitudes, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 97, no. 2, pp. 135-151, 2005.
M. Schminke, Caldwell, J., and Vestal, A., Revisiting the garbage can model of ethical decision making in organizations, Behavioral Ethics: Linking Managerial Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. New Orleans, LA, 2009.
J. Schouten, McAlexander, J., and Koenig, H., Transcendent Consumption Experience and Brand Community, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, vol. 35, no. 3/Fall, pp. 357-368, 2007.
J. W. Schouten and McAlexander, J., Positioning Services for Competitive Advantage, Journal of Services Marketing, vol. 13, pp. 69-75, 1988.
J. Schouten and McAlexander, J., Subcultures of Consumption: An Ethnography of the New Bikers, Journal of Consumer Research, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 43-61, 1995.
J. W. Schouten and McAlexander, J., Positioning Services for Competitive Advantage, Annual Editions: Marketing 90/91 (Reprint) Guilford Conn: Dushkin, pp. 60-65, 1988.
I. Scott, Antitrust and Socially Responsible Collaboration: A Chilling Combination?, 2015 ALSB Annual Conference. Philadelphia, 2015.
I. Scott, Off Grid Solar and the Global Compact, Sheffield: , 2017.
I. Scott, “Dancing Backward in High Heels": Examining and Addressing the Disparate Treatment of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resources, Environmental Law, vol. 42, no. 2, 2013.
I. Scott and Berger-Walliser, G., Redesigning Corporate Social Responsibility in an Era of Legalization, PNWALSB-CALSB Joint Meeting. Vancouver, BC, 2017.
I. Scott, Energy Policy: No Place for Zero-Sum Thinking, Washington DC: , 2017.
I. Scott, Mandatory Adoption of Stakeholder Review Processes To Improve Sustainability and Certainty of Utility Resource Acquisition, Cascadia Business and Sustainability Colloquium. Portland, OR, 2014.
I. Scott, When Values Collide: The Complex Interaction of Free Expression, RFRA, and the Fourteenth Amendment in the Workplace, Annual Meeting. Monterey, CA, 2018.
I. Scott, Brown, E., and Yordy, E., R Corps: When Should Corporate Values Receive Religious Protection, Berkeley Business Law Journal, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 91-133.
I. Scott, Incentive Regulation, Business Models, and the Transformation of the Electric Power Industry, Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship. South Royalton, VT, 2015.
I. Scott, A business model for success: Enterprises serving the base of the pyramid with off-grid solar lighting, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 70, pp. 50-55, 2016.
I. Scott, “Dancing Backward in High Heels": Examining and Addressing the Disparate Regulatory Treatment of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resources, 2013 Annual PSALSB Conference. Palm Springs, CA, 2013.
I. Scott, Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Adapting Public Utility Commissions to Meet Twenty-First Century Climate Challenges, Harvard Environmental Law Review, vol. 38, no. 2, 2014.
I. Scott, Implicit Bias and Higher Education. Corvallis, OR, 2017.
I. Scott and Brown, E., Sanctuary Corporations: Time for Liberal Corporations to Get Religion?, Journal of Constitutional Law, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 1102-1144, 2018.
I. Scott, Mandatory Adoption of Stakeholder Review Processes to Improve Sustainability and Responsiveness of Utility Governance, 2014 ALSB Annual Conference. Seattle, WA, 2014.
I. Scott, Antitrust and Socially Responsible Collaboration: A Chilling Combination?, American Business Law Journal, vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 97-144, 2016.
I. Scott and Takacs, D., Environmental Law. Disrupted., Environmental Law Reporter, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 10038-10063, 2019.
I. Scott, Toward a Taxonomy of Sharing: Categorizing, Assessing, and Regulating Distinct Aspects of the Sharing Economy, Huber Hurst Research Seminar. San Francisco, CA, 2016.
I. Scott and Brown, E., Redefining and Regulating the New Sharing Economy, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, vol. 19, pp. 553-751, 2017.
I. Scott, Creating A 21st Century Public Utility Commission, 2013 Annual WALSB Conference. Monterey, CA, 2013.
I. Scott, Keeping the Lights On: Examining and Re-Imagining NLRA Preemption in a Time of Electric Necessity, Energy Law Journal, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 415-446, 2014.
I. Scott, Legislation and Response: Understanding the Role of the Individual in Implementing Social Change Legislation at Work, SIM/ONE/PNP Junior Faculty Consortium. Atlanta, GA, 2017.
I. Scott, Environmental Policy, New York, NY: , 2018.
I. Scott, Keeping the Lights on: Examining and Re-Imagining NLRA Preemption in a Time of Electric Necessity, 2014 ALSB Annual Conference. Seattle, WA, 2014.
I. Scott, Promise and Peril: National Security and Climate Change, Washington, DC: , 2016.

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