Paul Hanges


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Professor/Associate Chair & Director of Graduate Studies

University of Maryland

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Professor, University of Maryland

Position:
Associate Chair/Director of Graduate Studies
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

301-405-5930

hanges@psyc.umd.edu

Education:

Ph.D. 1986
The University of Akron
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

M.A.. 1984

The University of Akron
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

B.A. 1980

New York University
Major: Psychology

Content Research Interests:

* Cross-Cultural Leadership
* Ethical Leadership
* Personnel Selection, Discrimination, & Fairness
* Climate for Diversity and the Healthy Organization Theory

Quantitative Research Interests:

* Dynamical Systems, Complexity Theory, and Computational Models
* Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling
* Measurement & Item Response Theory



Recent Publications
Leadership and Cultural Context: A theoretical and empirical examination based on Project GLOBE.
Javidan, M., Dorfman, P.W., Howell, J.P., & Hanges, P.J. (2010). Leadership and Cultural Context: A theoretical and empirical examination based on Project GLOBE. (pp. 335- 376). In N. Nohria & R. Khurana (Eds.), Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice, Boston: Harvard Business School Press. In this chapter we examine how effective leadership varies across national and cultural boundaries. Specifically, we ask what elements of leadership are core and more universal across these boundaries? The foundation of our approach is the notion that...
Culture, corruption, and the endorsement of ethical leadership.
Resick, C.J., Mitchelson, J.K., Dickson, M.W., & Hanges, P.J. (2009). Culture, corruption, and the endorsement of ethical leadership. (pp. 113-144). In W.H. Mobley, Y. Wang, & M. Li (Eds.). Advances in Global Leadership (Vol 5). Bingley, UK: Emerald Books. In this chapter, we propose that society- and organization-level social context cues influence the endorsement of ethical leadership. More specifically, we propose that certain organizational culture values provide proximal contextual cues that people...
International perspectives on adverse impact: Europe and beyond.
Hanges, P.J. & Feinberg, E.G. (2009). International perspectives on Adverse Impact: Europe and Beyond. (pp. 349-373). In J.L. Outtz (Ed.) Adverse Impact: Implications for Organizational Staffing and High States Selection. New York: Routledge.
Preferred leadership prototypes of male and female leaders in 27 countries
Paris, L.D., Howell, J.P., Dorfman, P.W., & Hanges, P.J. (2009). Preferred leadership prototypes of male and female leaders in 27 countries. Journal of International Business Studies, 40, 1396-1405.
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Institution

University of Maryland

Current Position

Professor/Associate Chair & Director of Graduate Studies

Highest Degree

Ph.D.

Research Interests

Ethical Leadership Cross-cultural leadership Toxic Leadership Competencies and Individual Differences Psychometrics Sternberg's theory of Intelligence

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