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Call for Papers! Premiere Issue of Servant Leadership: Theory & Practice

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Bryant, P. & Allen, D. (2013) Compensation, benefits & employee turnover: HR strategies for retaining top talent. Compensation & Benefits Review. 

Allen, D., & Bryant, P. (2012) Managing Employee Turnover: Myths to Dispel and Strategies for Effective Management. Business Expert Press.

Bryant, P., & Davis, C. (2012) Regulated change effects on boards of directors: A look at agency theory and resource dependency theory. Academy of Strategic Management Journal.

Bryant, P., Fabian, F., Kinnamon, E., & Wright, P. (2012) Tailoring entrepreneurship education: Exploring components of entrepreneurship education for underrepresented groups. Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship.

Karasek, R., & Bryant, P. (2012) Signaling theory: Past, present, & future. Academy of Strategic Management Journal.

Bryant, P., & Allen, D. (2011) Employment mode choices in early and late stage start ups: A preliminary exploration using fsQCA. Southern Journal of Entrepreneurship.

Allen, D., Bryant, P., & Vardaman, J. (2010) Retaining talent: Replacing misconceptions with evidence-based strategies. Academy of Management Perspectives, 24:2 (28-64).

Bryant, P., Davis, C., Hancock, J., & Vardaman, J. (2010) When rule makers become rule breakers: Employee level outcomes of managerial pro-social rule breaking. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 22:2 (101-112).

Bryant, P., & Allen D. (2009) Emerging organizations’ characteristics as predictors of human capital employment mode: A theoretical perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 19:4 (347-355).

Bryant, P. (2008) Living Beyond the Maze. Dogear Publishing.

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