Professor Roger Mayer became an Advisory Board member for CGOBR
Editorial team of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review is proud to announce that Prof. Roger Mayer , a renown expert in the fields of management, innovation and entrepreneurship agreed to join an Advisory Board member for the journal.
Dr. Roger C. Mayer is a Professor of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at North Carolina State University. He previously served on the faculties of the University of Notre Dame, Purdue University, Baylor University, Singapore Management University, and The University of Akron, where he served four years as department chair.
Mayer’s research is focused on trust, employee decision making, attitudes and effectiveness. A leading scholar on trust in organizations, his research has been published in many premiere scholarly journals. It has been cited tens of thousands of times in the published literature across a wide variety of fields. He authored a theory of trust with David Schoorman and James Davis which was published in Academy of Management Review (AMR), management’s top theory journal.
In 2013 Mayer, along with Professor David Schoorman from Purdue and Professor Hwee-Hoon Tan at Singapore Management University, received a $1.28M multi-year grant to study trust within a global context. He has been involved in interdisciplinary trust and decision making research funded by several grants through NCSU’s Laboratory for Analytic Sciences. He serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Management and Journal of Managerial Psychology. He served six terms as a member of the Editorial Board of Academy of Management Journal where he was recognized for the quality of his reviews and the breadth of the topics he is able to review. He has served as an organizational consultant to numerous for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Prof. Mayer has more than 24 000 (twenty-four thousand) citations on Google Scholar.
We hope that recommendations of our Advisory board members based on their vast experience and expertise in academic research on entrepreneurship and management will contribute to forming the best conceptual framework for the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review.
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