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Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Hannah
David R. Hannah is an Associate Professor of Management and Organization Studies, and the Academic Chair for the Master of Business Administration program in the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University. He was selected as a 2008 Ascendant Scholar by the Western Academy of Management. Before receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, he received a Bachelor of Commerce with Honors from the University of British Columbia and worked as a Personnel Manager for Fletcher's Fine Foods in Vancouver.
Specialization and Research Interests
Human-Animal Work, The Protection of Confidential Information and Trade Secrets in Organizations, Qualitative Research Methods.
Hannah, David R. and Venkatachary, Ranga. 2010. Putting "Organizations" into an "Organization Theory" course: A hybrid CAO model for teaching organization theory. Journal of Management Education, 34: 200-223.
Hannah, David R and Pankratz, Kirsten. 2009. Why follow the rules? An empirical examination of employee responses to confidential information rules. Academy of Management 2009 Conference Best Paper Proceedings.
Hannah, David R., and Zatzick, C. 2008. An examination of leader portrayals in the U.S. business press following the landmark scandals of the early 21st Century. Journal of Business Ethics, 79: 361-377.
Hannah, David R. 2007. An examination of the factors that influence whether newcomers protect or share secrets of their former employers. Journal of Management Studies, 44: 465-487.
Hannah, David R. 2006. Keeping trade secrets secret. MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring 2006, 47: 17-20.
Beyer, Janice M. and Hannah, David R. 2002. Building on the past: Enacting established personal identities in a new work setting. Organization Science, 13: 636-652.
Hannah, David R and Pankratz, Kirsten M.. "Bloody useless" or "Essential"? Employee acceptance of confidential information protection rules.
Lautsch, Brenda, Hannah, David R and Pankratz, K. An accounting of counting as a means of qualitative data analysis.
Hannah, David R., Iverson, Roderick, Bilsker, Dan, Gilbert, Merv, and Samra, Joti. Predictors of presenteeism in the workplace.
Hannah, David R. An introduction to
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