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Golshan
Javadian, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Management
About Me

    I am an Assistant Professor of Management at University of New Haven. I have a Ph.D. in Business Administration, an MBA and a Bachelor degree in Industrial Management. I teach entrepreneurship, management and organization, management process, human resource management, ethics and diversity courses.  My research interests include stereotypes in organizational and entrepreneurial settings, high quality connections in entrepreneurial networks, relative deprivation/gratification in entrepreneurship, and diversity. My research has been published in several peer reviewed journals including Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, Journal of International Entrepreneurship, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Journal, and Women in Management Journal. I have also presented my research at top national and international academic conferences (e.g., AOM, BCERC). I am the co- founder and manager of Datis Construction LLC.

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    Education

    Ph.D. in Business Administration-Management (December 2014)

    Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland

    Master of Business Administration (May 2009)

    Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina

    Bachelor of Science- Industrial Management (May 2006)

    Raja Institute of Higher Education, Iran

    Published Intellectual Contributions

    Awards

    2014 Academy of Management Best Paper for "Breaking the Male Norm of Success: How Women Entrepreneurs Benefit from Femininity"
     
    Finalist for the 2013 Eastern Academy of Management’s Outstanding Empirical Paper award for “Attraction to entrepreneurial firms: the effects of recruit’s gender, entrepreneur’s gender and leadership style”

    Awarded as outstanding reviewer of 2012 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting


    Publications

    Javadian, G. & Zoogah, B. (2014). Toward a comprehensive understanding of stereotype vulnerability and stereotype reactance in organizational settings: The contribution of relative deprivation theory, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice5(3), 403-474.

    Gupta,V., Javadian, G., & Jalili, N. (2014). Role of entrepreneur gender and management style in influencing perceptions and behaviors of new employees, Journal of International Entrepreneurship, 12(1), 85-109.

    Cozma, I.F., Javadian, G., & Gupta, V. (in press). Narcissistic personality inventory: An assessment of measurement equivalence,International Journal of Management and Business.

    Javadian, G. & Singh, R. P. (in press). The impact of human, financial and social capital on women and men’s entry into entrepreneurship in Iran, Journal of Enterprising Culture. 

    Javadian, G. & Addae, I.Y. (2013).  The impact of bureaucratic and gendered division of labor on women’s careers in Iran, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal,32 (7), 654-670.

    Javadian, G., & Singh, R.P. (2012). Examining successful Iranian women entrepreneurs: An exploratory study, Gender in Management: An International Journal, 27(3), 148-164. 


    Conference Proceedings

    Javadian, G. (2014). Breaking the male norm of success: how women entrepreneurs benefit from femininity,   2014 Academy of Management Meeting ,Philadelphia, PA, August 01-05. (Best Paper Award)

    Javadian, G. & Zoogah, D. (2014). Examining the roles of stereotype reactance and relative deprivation on women’s entrepreneurial intentions, 2014 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), London, Ontario, June 04-08. 

    Gupta, V., Knights, A., Javadian, G. & Gupta, A. (2014). Qualitative research in entrepreneurship: current research practices and suggestions for the future, 2014 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), London, Ontario, June 04-08.

    Baker, S.D., Mathis C. J., Stites-Doe, S., & Javadian. G. (2014) A Follower’s View of Acting like a Leader: The Impact of Trust. 2014 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting. Newport, RI, May 07-10.

    Javadian, G., Richards, D., & Duggan, V. (2013). Examining the factors impacting internationalization of entrepreneurial firms owned by women, 2013 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 08-11.

    Javadian, G. (2013). Impact of gender stereotypes on female entrepreneurs: introduction of stereotype opportunity, 2013 United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference (USASBE), San Francisco, CA, Jan10-13.

    Javadian, G., Gupta, V., Addae, I.  & Jalili, N. (2013). Attraction to entrepreneurial firms: the effects of recruit’s gender, entrepreneur’s gender and leadership style, 2013 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 08-11. (Best Paper Nominee) 

    Cozma, I.F., Javadian, G., & Gupta, V. (2012). Narcissistic personality
    inventory: An assessment of measurement equivalence, 2012 Academy of Management Meeting, Boston, MA, August 03-07.

    Gupta, V., Javadian, G., & Jalili, N. (2012). Role of entrepreneur gender and management style in influencing perceptions and behaviors of new employees, 2012 Southern Management Association Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Oct 30-Nov 03.

    Baker, S.D., Mathis C. J., Stites-Doe, S., & Javadian. G. (2012). Do followers have what it takes?  Role exchange behaviors needed for shifting from followership to leadership.2012 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, May 09-12.

    Professional Positions

    Academic

    University of New Haven:  Assistant Professor of Management
    New Haven, CT (08/2014- Present)
    • Teaching areas: Management and Organizations, Human Resource Management, Ethics and Diversity, Management Processes (Undergraduate and Graduate levels/Traditional and online)


      American University:  Adjunct Professor of Management
      Washington D.C. (01/2014-05/2014)
      • Teaching areas: Principles of Organizational Theory, Behavior, and Management   (MGMT 353- Spring 2014- Student evaluation: 6.2 out of 7)


        Babson CollegeResearch Assistant
        Wellesley, MA (05/2013 – 08/2013)
        • Working on research projects focused on gender and diversity in organizations


          Morgan State University: Doctoral CandidateInstructor and Research Assistant
          Baltimore, Maryland (09/2010- 12/2014)
          Teaching areas:  
          • Organizational Behavior (MGMT 324- Spring 2012- Student evaluation: 4.64 out of 5)
          • Entrepreneurship (ENTR351- Fall 2013- Student evaluation: 94.75% out of 100%)

            Professional  

            Co- Founder and Manager,  Datis Construction LLC. and Amini & Javadian LLC.

            Gaithersburg, MD (09/2012- Present)
             
            Supply Chain Analyst, Eaton Corporation
            Fayetteville, NC (08/07-02/09)

            Professional Service

            Academic Role

            • University of New Haven College of Business Curriculum Committee (08/2014- Now)

              Organizational Role

              Eastern Academy of Management

              • Chair of Entrepreneurship track for 2015 annual conference, Philadelphia, PA
              • Co-track chair of Gender and Diversity for 2014 annual conference, Newport, RI
              • Member, Local Arrangements Committee, 2013 annual conference, Baltimore, MD
              • Facilitator of Strategic Management session, 2012 annual conference, Philadelphia, PA


                Southern Management Association
                • Session chair of Social Entrepreneurship session, 2012 annual conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL


                  Reviewer

                  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal :   Reviewed empirical papers on women entrepreneurship  
                  • 2013 Academy of Management Meeting:    Reviewer of Gender and Diversity in Organization track
                  • 2012 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting:  Reviewer of Gender and Diversity track
                  • 2012 Southern Management Association Meeting:  Reviewer of Gender and Diversity and Entrepreneurship tracks