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Michael Hadani
PhD (Syracuse University)
Position:
Assistant Professor
Phone Number :
516 299 3307
Fax Number :
516 299 3917
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Research :
Governance, Non-Market Strategies, Compensation

Teaching:

Undergraduate:
MAN 12 - Organizational Behavior
MAN 13 - Managing Group Dynamics


Graduate:
MBA 623 - Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Publications:

Recognizing the cost of a “free” lunch: Agency and institutional explanations for stock option expensing. (With Pamela Brandes & Maria Goranova).Journal of Business Research, 59,5, 595-614.

Family matters: The impact of founding family firms on corporate political activity. Forthcoming at Business and Society.

Placing the job characteristics model in context: The contributing role of time (With Yitkhak Fried, Ariel Levy, and Linda Slowik). Forthcoming at the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Organizational Cynicism: A Field Examination Using Local
and Global Social Exchanges and Work Outcomes. In George B. Graen (Ed.), Leadership of Teams: A Volume in LMX Leadership, the Series (Vol 4). (With Pamela Brandes and Diya Das).

 
Conference presentations:

Strategic philanthropy and corporate political activity: Complementary dynamics in a competitive context. Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August 2007.

Family matters! An analysis of the impact of founding family ownership on the HR practices of publicly traded firms (With Raihan Khan and Diya Das). Presented at the Academic Business World International Conference, Nashville, May 2007. Won the Best Paper Award for the entire conference.

Two sides of the same coin? Longitudinal examination of principal monitoring and shareholder activism impact on earnings management. Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, August 2006.

Riding the stock option roller coaster: How closely do employee attitudes and behavior track with stock options’ value? Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, August 2005.

The Price of a Free Lunch: Agency and Institutional Explanations for Stock Option Expensing in the US (with Pam Brandes & Maria Goranova). Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, August 2004.

The Levels and Tactics of Corporate Political Activity: Ownership Considerations in an Institutional Context (With Ravi Dharwadkar). Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, August 2004.

Do non-executive stock options really produce positive work outcomes and attitudes? An empirical investigation (With Pamela Brandes). Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, August 2003.

 
Professional services and membership:
AOM Reviewer (OMT,HR, SIM Divisions)
 
Research grant:
The Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship Grant, Summer 2005
The Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship Grant, Summer 2004