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Meta-analysis of passion at work

  • 1.  Meta-analysis of passion at work

    Posted 04-30-2019 15:09
    With apologies for cross-postings...

    Dear Colleagues:
    Violet Ho, Ernest O'Boyle, Brad Kirkman, and I are updating a meta-analytic review of the literature focused on passion with regards to work-related outcomes. This analysis will examine the nomological network of passion in terms of both antecedents as well as consequences.

    We would greatly appreciate your help locating unpublished and in press data to include. Feel free to include papers or data that use general passion, dualistic passion (i.e., harmonious, obsessive), and/or role-based passion (i.e., developing, inventing, founding). This includes papers in press, student projects, conference presentations (abstracts, papers, posters), dissertations, and unpublished manuscripts.
    Thank you in advance for your assistance!
    Very Best Regards, Jeff

    Jeff Pollack
    Associate Professor 
    University Faculty Scholar
    Editor- Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
    Associate Editor- Journal of Business Venturing Insights 

    Management, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Department
    Poole College of Management
    Web: www.jeffreympollack.com
    E-mail: jmpolla3@ncsu.edu