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Jerry Goodstein

Professor, Business
Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship

Contact

Phone: (360) 546-9755
Office: CL 308 U

Education

  • PhD (University of California)
  • MBA (University of California)
  • BA (University of California)

Jerry Goodstein

Dr. Goodstein is a professor in the Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 1988 and his MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1978. His work has been published in leading management and business ethics journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Management, Organizational Science, Organization Studies, and Strategic Management Journal. Dr. Goodstein served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal (1994-1998), Administrative Science Quarterly (1996-2005), and Journal of Management, where he served as Associate Editor (2006-2008). He is currently on the editorial board of Business Ethics Quarterly, serving as an Associate Editor. He teaches courses in strategy and business ethics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His current research interests are in the areas of restorative justice in organizations and corporate and stakeholder responsibility. He has received a number of teaching awards and is a member of the WSU Teaching Academy. He has also received research awards from the Carson College of Business and WSU Vancouver.

Research Interests

collective efficacy
employer involvement in ex-offender reintegration
organizational integrity
reparative responses to workplace transgressions
restorative justice
stakeholder responsibility in healthcare

Teaching Interests

ethics
leadership skills
management of innovation

Journal Articles

  • Jerry Goodstein, Ken Butterfield, Nathan Neale Moral repair in the workplace: A qualitative investigation and inductive model Journal of Business Ethics: JBE, 2016
  • Jerry Goodstein, Kenneth Butterfield, Michael Pfarrer, Andrew Wicks Guest editors' introduction: Individual and organizational reintegration after ethical or legal transgressions: Challenges and opportunities Business Ethics Quarterly, 2014
  • Jane Cote, Jerry Goodstein, C. Latham Giving Voice to Values: A Framework to Bridge Teaching and Research Efforts Journal of Business Ethics Education, 2011
  • Mary Blair-Loy, Amy Wharton, Jerry Goodstein Exploring the relationship between mission statements and work-life practices in organizations Organization Studies, 2011
  • Jerry Goodstein, Kenneth Butterfield Extending the horizon of business ethics: Restorative justice and the aftermath of unethical behavior Business Ethics Quarterly, 2010
  • Jerry Goodstein, K Aquino And restorative justice for all: Redemption, forgiveness, and reintegration in organizations Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2010
  • A Wicks, Jerry Goodstein Stakeholder Responsibility and Stakeholder Commitment Politeia, 2009
  • Jerry Goodstein, R Velamuri States, power, legitimacy, and maintaining institutional control: The battle for private sector telecommunication services in Zimbabwe Organization Studies, 2009
  • Jerry Goodstein, Andrew Wicks Response to Richard Marens Business Ethics Quarterly, 2008
  • Melissa Gruys, Susan Stewart, Jerry Goodstein, Mark Bing Values enactment in organizations: A multi-level examination Journal of Management, 2008
  • M Gruys, S Burroughs, J Goodstein, M Bing, A Wicks Walking the Talk: Developing and Testing a Model of Values Based Performance Journal of Management, 2008
  • Thomas Wright, Jerry Goodstein Character is not ‘Dead' in Management Research: A Review of Individual Character and Organization-Level Virtue Journal of Management, 2007
  • Jerry Goodstein, Andrew Wicks Corporate and stakeholder responsibility: Making business ethics a two-way conversation Business Ethics Quarterly, 2007
  • John Stephan, Johann Murmann, Warren Boeker, Jerry Goodstein Bringing managers into theories of multimarket competition: CEOs and the determinants of market entry Organization Science : A Journal of the Institute of Management Sciences, 2003
  • John Gallagher, Jerry Goodstein Fulfilling institutional responsibilities in health care: Organizational ethics and the role of mission discernment Business Ethics Quarterly, 2002
  • M Dacin, Jerry Goodstein, W Scott Institutional Theory and Institutional Change: Introduction to the Special Research Forum Academy of Management Journal, 2002
  • Jerry Goodstein Moral compromise and personal integrity: Exploring the ethical issues of deciding together in organizations Business Ethics Quarterly, 2000
  • Jerry Goodstein, Robert Potter Beyond financial incentives: Organizational ethics and organizational integrity HEC Forum, 1999
  • Jane Cote, Jerry Goodstein A breed apart? Security analysts and herding behavior Journal of Business Ethics: JBE, 1999
  • Jane Cote, Jerry Goodstein A breed apart? Security analysts and herding behavior Journal of Business Ethics: JBE, 1999
  • Jerry Goodstein, Bridget Carney Actively Engaging Organizational Ethics in Health Care: Four Essential Elements Journal of Clinical Ethics, 1999
  • Leslie Ray, Jerry Goodstein, Michael Garland Linking Professional and Economic Values in Healthcare Organizations Journal of Clinical Ethics, 1999
  • P Luoma, J Goodstein Institutional Environments and Stakeholder Representation on Corporate Boards of Directors Academy of Management Journal, 1999
  • Warren Boeker, Jerry Goodstein, John Stephan, Johann Murmann Competition in a Multi-Market Environment: The Case of Market Exit Organization Science : A Journal of the Institute of Management Sciences, 1997
  • Carol Molinari, Michael Hendryx, Jerry Goodstein The effects of CEO-board relations on hospital performance Health Care Management Review, 1997
  • K Gautam, J Goodstein Insiders and business directors on hospital boards and strategic change Hospital and Health Services Administration, 1996
  • Jerry Goodstein, Warren Boeker, John Stephan Professional interests and strategic flexibility: A political perspective on organizational contracting Strategic Management Journal, 1996
  • J Goodstein Employer involvement in eldercare: An organizational adaptation perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 1995
  • J Goodstein Institutional Pressures and Strategic Responsiveness: Employer Involvement in Work/Family Issues Academy of Management Journal, 1994
  • J Goodstein, K Gautam, W Boeker The Effects of Board Size and Diversity on Strategic Change , 1994
  • W Boeker, J Goodstein Performance and Successor Choice: The Moderating Effects of Governance and Ownership Academy of Management Journal, 1993
  • W Boeker, J Goodstein Organizational performance and adaptation: Effects of environment and performance on changes in board composition Academy of Management Journal, 1991
  • J Goodstein, W Boeker Turbulence at the top: A new perspective on governance structure changes and strategic change Academy of Management Journal, 1991
  • Glenn Carroll, Jerry Goodstein, Antal Gyenes Managing the institutional environment: Evidence from Hungarian agricultural cooperatives European Sociological Review, 1990
  • G Carroll, J Goodstein, A Gyenes Organizations and the State: Effects of the Institutional Environment on Agricultural Cooperatives in Hungary Administrative Science Quarterly, 1988

    Books/Book Chapters

    • Book Chapter J. Goodstein, A.C. Wicks, Robert Kolb Stakeholder Responsibility
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein Philip Selznick and the Problems of Organizational Integrity and Responsibility
    • Book Chapter J. Goodstein, K. Butterfield, Russell Cropanzano, Maureen Ambrose Restorative Justice
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein Philip Selznick and the Promise of Moral Organizations
    • Book Chapter J. Goodstein, K. Aquino, D. Skarlicki, Dirk Steiner Opening a New Conversation in Organizational Justice: A Conceptual Model of Offender Reintegration in Organizations
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein, Karl Aquino, Danieal Skarlicki Opening a new conversation in organizational justice: A conceptual model of offender reintegration in organizations
    • Book Chapter J. Goodstein, M. Blair-Loy, A.J. Wharton, Isaac Reed, Jeffrey Alexander Organization-based Legitimacy: Core Ideologies and Moral Action
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein, Mary Blair-Loy, Amy Wharton Organization-based Legitimacy: Core Ideologies and Moral Action
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein, Mary Blair-Loy, Amy Wharton Organization-based Legitimacy: Core Ideologies and Moral Action
    • Book Chapter Jerry Goodstein, Andrew Wicks Stakeholder Responsibility
    • Book Chapter J. Goodstein, Ronald Burke, Cary Cooper Integrity-based Governance: Challenges and Opportunities for Corporate Boards of Directors
    • Book Chapter J.A. Gallagher, J. Goodstein, Ann Mills, Edward Spencer, Patricia Werhane Fulfilling Institutional Responsibilities in Health Care: Organizational Ethics and the Role of Mission Discernment

      Presentations

      • J Goodstein, K. Butterfield, N. Neale, E. Shin Cognitive and Emotional Influences on Managers’ Responses to Workplace Transgressions
      • J Goodstein, D. Arnold, T. Becker, J. Shumski, O. Stewart Organizational Integrity Violations in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1999-2012
      • J Goodstein, K. Butterfield Punishment and Restoration: A Model of Managerial Responses to Interpersonal Counterproductive Work Behavior
      • J Goodstein, V. Chen , B. Hobdari, P. Sun Institutional Evolution and Corporate Boards
      • J Goodstein, K. Butterfield, N. Neale Moral Repair in the Workplace: A Qualitative Investigation and Inductive Model
      • J Goodstein The Role of Restorative Interventions in Responding to Abrasive Behavior
      • J Goodstein, V. Chen, B. Hobdari, P. Sun Institutional Velocity and Board Structure
      • J Goodstein Drawing on Research to Develop GVV Curriculum Materials
      • J Goodstein Giving Voice to Values in the Workplace
      • Jerry Goodstein, Karl Aquino And Restorative Justice for All: Redemption, Forgiveness, and Reintegration in Organizations
      • J Goodstein Restorative Justice and ‘Making Things Right’ in Organizations
      • J Goodstein, G Fairchild, A C Wicks Normative Orientations and Stakeholder Responsibility: The Influence of Implicit Self- Concept
      • J Goodstein, M L Gruys, S. Stewart, A.C. Wicks Walking the Talk: Developing and Testing a Model of Values Based Performance
      • J Goodstein, M Blair-Loy, A. Wharton The Moral Lens in Organizational Research: Work-Family Policies and Beyond
      • J Goodstein, A C Wicks Corporate and Stakeholder Responsibility: A New Foundation for Stakeholder Theory and Firm Stakeholder Commitment
      • J Goodstein, R Velamuri Resisting the Resistance: Organizational Defiance and Institutional Response
      • J Goodstein, M Blair-Loy, A. Wharton The Moral Lens in Organizational Research: Work-Family Policies and Beyond
      • Jerry Goodstein, Andrew Wicks Stakeholder Responsibility: Implications for Stakeholder Theory and Corporation- Stakeholder Relationships
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma, Mark Guise Stakeholder Representation on Corporate Boards: Implications for Firm Financial and Social Performance
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma, Sanjay Goel The Effect of Stakeholder Board Representation on Executive Compensation
      • J Goodstein, John Gallagher Fulfilling Institutional Responsibilities in Health Care: Organizational Ethics and the Role of Mission Discernment
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma Stakeholder Representation on Corporate Boards: Symbol or Substance?
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Performance: An Examination of the Relationships Between Corporate Social Performance and Board Composition and Structure
      • Jerry Goodstein, Robert Potter Beyond Financial Incentives: Organizational Ethics and Organizational Integrity.
      • Jerry Goodstein Moral Compromise and Personal Integrity
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma Institutional Environments and Stakeholder Representation on Corporate Boards of Directors
      • Jerry Goodstein, Patrice Luoma The Influence of the Legal and Institutional Environment on the Role/Structure of the Board of Directors
      • Jerry Goodstein, Warren Boeker, John Stephen, Peter Murmann Competition in a Multi-Market Environment: The Case of Market Exit
      • Jerry Goodstein, Thomas M Tripp Professional Backgrounds, Professional Values, and Resultant Negotiation Processes: A Field Study of Conflict Resolution Within Hospital Boards
      • Jerry Goodstein Institutional Pressures and Strategic Responsiveness: Employer Involvement in Work/Family Issues
      • Jerry Goodstein, Warren Boeker, John Stephen Professional Interests, Professional Power, & Organizational Structure

        Conference Proceedings

        • J. Goodstein, A.C. Wicks Corporate and Stakeholder Responsibility: A Two Way Conversation
        • J Goodstein, K Gautam, W Boeker Board Characteristics and Strategic Change: The Case of Hospital Boards and Medical Services Changes Southern Management Association
        • J Goodstein Institutional Fragmentation and Organizational Change in the Health Care Sector Academy of Management Annual Meeting

          Other

          • J. Goodstein Rhonda Delgado and the Case of the Compromised CEO (A), (B), and (C)
          • J. Goodstein Better Wrong Than Right (A) & (B)?
          • J Goodstein, D Baker Navigating conflicted waters