Janet P. Near

Associate Dean of Faculty and Research
Professor and Howard Hawks Chair in Business Ethics and Leadership
Office of the Dean
HLH 301 E
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
(402) 472-3324
jnear2@unl.edu
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Education
  • Ph.D. in Sociology and Management Minor, State University of New York, Buffalo
  • M.A. in Sociology and Management Minor, State University of New York, Buffalo
  • B.A. in Santa Cruz Psychology of Power Independent Major, University of California, Santa Cruz
Areas of Expertise
  • organizational ethics: wrongdoing and whistle-blowing; employee work-life balance
Appointments
  • Professor of Management and Howard L. Hawks Chair of Business Ethics and Leadership, 2016-
  • Associate Dean of Faculty and Research, 2018-
Vita
Janet Near CV
Biography

Janet P. Near is the Howard L. Hawks Chair in Business Ethics and Leadership and Professor of Management in the College of Business. She is currently the Associate Dean for Faculty and Research. She teaches an elective course, Organization Designs for Competitive Advantage, in the online MBA Program. Near is Professor Emeritus at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, where she served previously as the Coleman Chair of Management, the department chair for the Management and Entrepreneurship Department, and the Ph.D. Programs chair.

Near's publications have appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology and several other journals. She previously served on the Editorial Boards of AMR, ASQ, JBE, JoM, and Human Relations

 

Selected Publications/Articles
    1. Near, J.P., Rice, R.W., & Hunt, R.G. (1978). Work and extra-work correlates of life and job satisfaction, Academy of Management Journal, 21: 248-264.
    2. Rice, R.W., Near, J.P., & Hunt, R.G. (1979). Unique variance in job and life satisfaction associated with work-related and extra-workplace variables, Human Relations, 32: 605-623.
    3. Near, J.P. (1979). Comparison of developmental trends in groups, Small Group Behavior, 9: 493-506.
    4. Rice, R.W., Near, J.P., & Hunt, R.G. (1980). The job satisfaction-life satisfaction relationship: A review of empirical research, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1: 37-64.
    5. Near, J.P. (1980). The career plateau: Causes and effects, Business Horizons, 23, #5: 53-57.
    6. Near, J.P., Rice, R.W., & Hunt, R.G. (1980). The relationship between work and nonwork domains: A review of empirical research, Academy of Management Review, 5: 415-429.
    7. Parmerlee, M.A., Near, J.P., & Jensen, T.C. (1982). Correlates of whistle-blowers' perceptions of organizational reprisals, Administrative Science Quarterly, 27: 17-34.
    8. Near, J.P., & Jensen, T.C. (1983). The whistle-blowing process: Retaliation and perceived effectiveness, Work and Occupations, 10: 3-28.
    9. Baucus, D.A., & Near, J.P. (1983). Managers and the good life, Business Horizons, 26, #4: 20-23.
    10. Near, J.P., Smith, C.A., Rice, R.W., & Hunt, R.G. (1983). Job satisfaction and nonwork satisfaction as components of life satisfaction, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 13: 126-144.
    11. Smith, C.A., Organ, D.W., & Near, J.P. (1983). Organizational citizenship behavior: Its nature and antecedents, Journal of Applied Psychology, 68: 653-663.
    12. Near, J.P., Smith, C.A., Rice, R.W., & Hunt, R.G. (1984). A comparison of work and nonwork predictors of life satisfaction, Academy of Management Journal, 27: 184-190.
    13. Near, J.P. (1984). Reactions to the career plateau, Business Horizons, 27, #4: 75-79.
    14. Near, J.P. (1984). Relationships between job satisfaction and life satisfaction: Test of a causal model, Social Indicators Research, 15: 351-367.
    15. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1984). The relationships among beliefs, organizational position and whistle-blowing status: A discriminant analysis, Academy of Management Journal, 27: 687-705.
    16. Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1985). Organizational dissidence: The case of whistle-blowing, Journal of Business Ethics, 4: 1-16.
    17. Rice, R.W., McFarlin, D.B., Hunt, R.G., & Near, J.P. (1985). Organizational work and the perceived quality of life: Toward a conceptual model, Academy of Management Review, 10: 296-310.
    18. Near, J.P. (1985). A discriminant analysis of plateaued versus nonplateaued managers, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 26: 177-188.
    19. Organ, D.W., & Near, J.P. (1985). Cognition versus affect in measures of job satisfaction, International Journal of Psychology, 20: 241-253.
    20. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1985). Characteristics of organizational climate and perceived wrongdoing associated with whistle-blowing decisions, Personnel Psychology, 38: 525-544.
    21. Near, J.P., & Olshavsky, R.W. (1985). Japan's success: Luck or skill? Business Horizons, 28, #6: 15-22.
    22. Rice, R.W., McFarlin, D.B., Hunt, R.G., & Near, J.P. (1985). Moderators of the relationship between job satisfaction and life satisfaction, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 6: 297-316.
    23. Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1986). Retaliation against whistle-blowers: Predictors and effects, Journal of Applied Psychology, 71: 137-145.
    24. Near, J.P. & Sorcinelli, M.D. (1986). Work and life away from work: Predictors of faculty satisfaction, Research in Higher Education, 25: 377-394.
    25. Dworkin, T.M., & Near, J.P. (1987). Whistle-blowing statutes: Are they working? American Business Law Journal, 25: 241-264.
    26. Near, J.P., Rice, R.W., & Hunt, R.G. (1987). Job satisfaction and life satisfaction: A profile analysis, Social Indicators Research, 19: 383-402.
    27. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1988). Individual and situational correlates of whistle-blowing, Personnel Psychology, 41: 267-281.
    28. Miceli, M.P., Roach, B.L., & Near, J.P. (1988). Motivations of anonymous whistle-blowers, Public Personnel Management, 17: 281-296.
    29. Sorcinelli, M.D., & Near, J.P. (1989). The relationship between work and life away from work among university faculty, Journal of Higher Education, 60: 61-80.
    30. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1989). The incidence of wrongdoing, whistle-blowing and retaliation: Results of a naturally occurring field experiment. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 2: 91-108.
    31. Near, J.P. (1989). Whistle-blowing: Encourage it! Business Horizons, 32, #1: 2-6.
    32. Near, J.P. (1989). Organizational commitment among Japanese and U.S. workers. Organization Studies, 10: 281-300.
    33. Baucus, M.S., & Near, J.P. (1991). Can illegal corporate behavior be predicted: An event history analysis, Academy of Management Journal, 34: 9-36.
    34. Miceli, M. P., Dozier, J. B., & Near, J. P. (1991). Blowing the whistle on data-fudging: A controlled field experiment, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21: 271-295.
    35. Miceli, M.P., Jung, I., Near, J.P., & Greenberger, D.B. (1991). Predictors and outcomes of pay satisfaction in pay-for-performance plans, Journal of Applied Psychology, 76: 508-521.
    36. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Schwenk, C.R. (1991). Who blows the whistle and why: Perceptions of victims, perpetrators, and role related variables, Industrial Labor Relations Review, 45: 113-130.
    37. Mulvey, P.W., Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1992). The pay satisfaction questionnaire: A confirmatory factor analysis, Journal of Social Psychology, 132: 139-142.
    38. Mentzer, M.S., & Near, J.P. (1992). Death of an industry: Organizational decline in a declining population, Organization Studies, 13: 357-373.
    39. Near, J.P., Dworkin, T.M., & Miceli, M.P. (1993). Explaining the whistle-blowing process: Suggestions from power theory and justice theory, Organization Science, 4: 393-411.
    40. Near, J.P., Baucus, M.S., & Miceli, M.P. (1993). The relationship between values and practice: Organizational climates for wrongdoing, Administration & Society, 25: 204-226.
    41. Near, J.P., & Rechner, P.L. (1993). Cross-national variations in predictors of life satisfaction: Differences among West European countries, Social Indicators Research, 29: 109-121.
    42. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1994). Listening to your whistle-blowers can be profitable! Academy of Management Executive, 8, #3: 65-72.
    43. Olsen, D., & Near, J.P. (1994). Role conflict and faculty life satisfaction, The Review of Higher Education, 17: 179-195.
    44. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1994). Relationships among value congruence, perceived victimization, and retaliation against whistle-blowers: The case of internal auditors, Journal of Management, 20: 773-794.
    45. Burton, B.K., & Near, J.P. (1995). Estimating the incidence of wrongdoing and whistle-blowing: Results of a study using randomized response technique, Journal of Business Ethics, 14: 17-30.
    46. Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1995). Effective whistle-blowing, Academy of Management Review, 20: 679-708.
    47. Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1996). Whistle-blowing: Myth and reality, Journal of Management, 22: 507-526.
    48. Dworkin, T.M., & Near, J.P. (1997). A better statutory approach to whistleblowing, Business Ethics Quarterly, 7: 1-16.
    49. Crooker, K.J., & Near, J.P. (1998). Happiness and satisfaction: Measures of affect and cognition, Social Indicators Research, 44: 195-224.
    50. Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (1998). Responses to legislative changes: Corporate whistle-blowing policies, Journal of Business Ethics, 17: 1551-1561.
    51. Miceli, M.P., Rehg, M.T., Near, J.P., & Ryan, K.C. (1999). Can laws protect whistle-blowers? Results of a naturally occurring field experiment, Work and Occupations, 26: 129-151.
    52. Daily, C.M. & Near, J.P. (2000). CEO satisfaction and firm performance in family firms: Divergence between theory and practice, Social Indicators Research, 51: 125-170.
    53. Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (2001). Ethical issues in the management of human resources, Human Resource Management Review, 11: 1-9.
    54. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2002). Factors associated with the effectiveness of whistle-blowing, Human Relations, 55: 455-479.
    55. Near, J.P., Rehg, M., Miceli, M.P., & Van Scotter, J.R. (2004). Developing a model of the whistle-blowing process: How does type of wrongdoing affect the process? Business Ethics Quarterly, 14: 219-242.
    56. Lee, J., Heilmann, S.G., & Near, J.P. (2004). Blowing the whistle on sexual harassment: Test of a model of predictors and outcomes. Human Relations, 57: 297-322.
    57. Rode, J.C., & Near, J.P. (2005). Spillover between work attitudes and overall life attitudes: Myth or reality? Social Indicators Research, 70: 79-109.
    58. Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., & Baldwin, T.T. (2005) Effects of life satisfaction on student performance. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 4: 421-433.
    59. Arthaud-Day, M.L., & Near, J.P. (2005). The wealth of nations and the happiness of nations: Are they related? Social Indicators Research, 74: 445-476.
    60. Van Scotter, J.R., Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Rehg, M.T. (2005). What difference can one person make? Organizational dependence relations as predictors of whistle- blowing effectiveness. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 4: 11-20.
    61. Arthaud-Day, M.L., Rode, J.C., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., & Baldwin, T.T. (2006). The subjective well-being construct: A test of its convergent, discriminant, and factorial validity. Social Indicators Research, 74: 511-548.
    62. Rode, J.C., Mooney, C.H., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Near, J.P., Baldwin, T.T., Rubin, R.S., & Bommer, W.H. (2007). Emotional intelligence and individual performance: Evidence of direct and moderated effects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28: 399-421.
    63. Rode, J.C., Rehg, M.T., Near, J.P., & Underhill, J.R. (2007). The effect of work/family conflict on intention to quit: The mediating roles of job and life satisfaction. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2: 65-82.
    64. Rehg, M.T., Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Van Scotter, J.R. (2008). Antecedents and outcomes of retaliation against whistleblowers: Gender differences and power relationships. Organization Science, 19: 221-240.
    65. Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., Baldwin, T.T., Rubin, R.S., & Bommer, W.H. (2008). An examination of the structural, discriminant, nomological, and incremental predictive validity of the MSCEIT© V2.0. Intelligence, 36: 350-366.
    66. Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., & Baldwin, T.T. (2008). Ability and personality predictors of salary, perceived job success, and perceived career success in the initial career stage. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 16: 292-299.
    67. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2008). Wrongdoing, whistle-blowing and retaliation in the U.S.: Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) influence after 30 years. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 28: 268-281.
    68. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (2009). A word to the wise: How managers and policy-makers can encourage employees to report wrongdoing. Journal of Business Ethics, 86: 379-396.
    69. Miceli, M.P. Near, J.P., Rehg, M.T. & Van Scotter, J.R. (2012). Predicting employee reactions to perceived organizational wrongdoing: Demoralization, justice, proactive personality, and whistle-blowing. Human Relations, 65: 923-954.
    70. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2013). An international comparison of the incidence of public sector whistle-blowing and the prediction of retaliation: Australia, Norway, and the US. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 72: 1-14.
    71. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2016). After the wrongdoing: What managers should know about whistleblowing. Business Horizons, 59: 105-114.

     

Books and Book Chapters
  • Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1992). Blowing the Whistle: The Organizational and Legal Implications for Companies and Their Employees. New York: Lexington.
  • Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (2008). Whistle-blowing in Organizations. Mahwah, NJ: Taylor and Francis, LEA Organization and Management Series.
  1. Near, J.P. (1984). Predictive and explanatory models of work and nonwork. In M.D. Lee & R.N. Kanungo (Eds.), Management of Work and Personal Life: Problems and Opportunities. New York: Praegar.
  2. Near, J.P. (1986). Work and nonwork attitudes among Japanese and American workers. In R. N. Farmer (Ed.), Advances in International Comparative Management, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Inc., Vol. 2. Reprinted in Motivation and Work Behavior, Porter, L.W. & Steers, R.M. (Eds.), McGraw-Hill, 1990.
  3. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (1987). Whistle-blowers in organizations: Dissidents or reformers? In L.L. Cummings & B.M. Staw (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Inc., Vol. 9.
  4. Near, J.P. (1987). Work and nonwork: A cross-cultural comparison of Japanese and American Workers. In S. Bacharach & N. DiTomaso (Eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Vol. 5.
  5. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1988). Whistle-blowers: A challenge to human resources practice. In R.S. Schuler, S. Youngblood, & V. Huber (Eds.), Readings in Personnel and Human Resource Management, St. Paul, MN: West.
  6. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1991). Whistle-blowing as an organizational process. In S.B. Bacharach & R. Magjuka (Eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Greenwich CT: JAI Press, Vol. 9.
  7. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1992). Situational variables affecting the whistle-blowing decision: A review of the literature. In M.J. Epstein (Ed.), Advances in Management Accounting, Vol. 1. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
  8. Near, J.P. (1996). Stakeholders and you. In P.J. Frost & S. Taylor (Eds.), Rhythms of Academic Life. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  9. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1997). Whistle-blowing as antisocial behavior. In G. Greenberg & R. Giacalone (Eds.), Antisocial Behavior in the Workplace, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  10. Near, J.P. (1999). Knowledge transfer: For what purpose? In L. Larwood & U. Gattiker (Eds.), Impact Analysis—How Research Can Enter Application and Make a Difference. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  11. Miceli, M.P., Van Scotter, J.R., Near, J.P., & Rehg, M.T. (2001). Responses to perceived organizational wrongdoing: Do perceiver characteristics matter? In J.M. Darley, J.M. Messick, & T.R. Tyler (Eds.), Social Influences on Ethical Behavior in Organizations, 119-136. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  12. Johnson, K.R., Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., & Near, J.P. (2004). Job and life satisfaction. In W.B. Gartner, K.G. Shaver, N.M. Carter, & P.D. Reynolds (Eds.), Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamics: The Process of Business Creation. Boulder, CO: SAGE.
  13. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2005).Whistle-blowing and positive psychology. In R. A. Giacalone, C. Dunn & C.L. Jurkiewicz (Eds.), Positive Psychology in Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
  14. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2005). Standing up or standing by: What predicts blowing the whistle on organizational wrongdoing? In J. Martocchio (Ed.), Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management. Greenwich, CT: JAI/Elsevier Press.
  15. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2006). Understanding whistle-blowing effectiveness. How can one person make a difference? In M. Epstein & K. Hanson (Eds.), The Accountable Corporation. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.
  16. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2007). Stopping organizational wrongdoing: What price do whistle-blowers pay? In S.W. Gilliland, D.D. Steiner, & D.P. Skarlicki (Eds.), Research In Social Issues In Management: Managing Social and Ethical Issues In Organizations, Vol. 5. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
  17. Miceli, M.P. & J.P. Near (2010). When do observers of organizational wrongdoing step up? Recent U.S. research on the factors associated with whistle-blowing. In D. Lewis (Ed.), A Global Approach to Public Interest Disclosure Legislation: The Lessons to be Learned from Existing Statutory Provisions and Research. London: Edward Elgar.
  18. Miceli, M.P. & J.P. Near (2010). Practical implications of the research into whistle-blowing (chapter reprinted with permission from the publisher of Blowing the Whistle, Taylor and Francis). In R.L. Glass & J. Rost (Eds.), The Dark Side of Software Engineering. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press/Wiley.
  19. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2011). Integrating models of whistle-blowing and wrongdoing: A proposal for a new research agenda. In J. Jetten & M. Hornsey (Eds), Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference and Defiance. Hoboken, NJ: Blackwell.
  20. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2012). "Invited reflections" regarding Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1985). Organizational dissidence: The case of whistle-blowing. Journal of Business Ethics, 4(1), 1-16. In A.C. Michalos & D.C. Poff (Eds.), Citation Classics of the Journal of Business Ethics. Dordrecht. The Netherlands: Springer.
  21. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2012). Reprint of "Organizational dissidence: The case of whistle-blowing", JOBE, 1985. In A. C. Michalos & D. C. Poff (Eds.), Citation Classics of the Journal of Business Ethics. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.
  22. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2013). Whistle Blowing. In R. Griffin (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Management. New York: Oxford University Press. Revised in 2015 for second edition.
  23. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2013). Some implications of the voice literature for research on whistle-blowing, 182-204. In R.J. Burke & C.L. Cooper (Eds.), Voice and Whistleblowing in Organizations: Overcoming Fear, Fostering Courage, and Unleashing Candour. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK: Edward Elgar.
  24. Miceli, M.P., Dreyfus, S. & Near, J.P. (2014). Outsider “Whistle-blowers”: Conceptualising and distinguishing bell-ringing behavior. In A. J. Brown, D. Lewis, R. Moberly, & W. Vandekerckhove (Eds.), International Handbook on Whistle-Blowing Research. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK: Edward Elgar.
  25. Miceli, M. P., & Near, J. P. (2015). Whistleblowing. In A. Wilkinson, & S. Johnstone (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Selected Presentations

Hunt, R.G., Near, J.P., & Rubin, I.S. (1978). Factors that influence organizational performance, Proceedings: Seventh Annual Research Symposium. Department of Defense/Federal Procurement Institute, Hershey, PA.

  1. Hunt, R.G., Near, J.P., & Rubin, I.S. (1978). Organizational goals and individual work goals, XIXth International Congress of Applied Psychology.
  2. Parmerlee, M.A., White, R.W., Near, J.P., & Jensen, T.C. (1980). Correlates of the severity of organizational reprisal against whistleblowers, Academy of Management.
  3. Smith, C.A. & Near, J.P. (1980). The relationship between job and life satisfaction: A preliminary test of a multivariate model, Academy of Management.
  4. Jensen, T.C. & Near, J.P. (1980). Effectiveness of Title VII as an employment discrimination remedy (comparison with Wisconsin remedy), Tri-State and Midwest Regional Meetings of the American Business Law Association.
  5. Near, J.P., Parmerlee, M.A., White, R.W., & Jensen, T.C. (1980). Effectiveness of sex discrimination complaints, Proceedings: Annual Meetings of the Association for Women in Psychology.
  6. Near, J.P., Parmerlee, M.A., White, R.W., & Jensen, T.C. (1980). Effects of organizational reprisals on perceived effectiveness of the whistle-blowing process, Proceedings: Eastern Division of the Academy of Management.
  7. Near, J.P. & Smith, C.A. (1981). Predicting life satisfaction: relative contributions of objective living conditions and domain satisfaction, Midwest Meetings of the Academy of Management.
  8. Near, J.P. & Jensen, T.C. (1981). Predictors of effective whistle-blowing, Midwest Meetings of the Academy of Management.
  9. Near, J.P., Parmerlee, M.A., White, R.W., & Jensen, T.C. (1981). Blowing the whistle on sex discrimination: A comparison of public agencies and private firms, Academy of Management.
  10. Near, J.P. (1981). Interrelationships among technological uncertainty, control processes and organization structure, Proceedings: National Meetings of the American Institute for Decision Sciences.
  11. Rice, R.W., McFarlin, D.B., Hunt, R.G., & Near, J.P. (1982). Moderators of the relationship between job satisfaction and life satisfaction, American Psychological Association.
  12. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Jensen, T.C. (1983). Perceived personal costs of filing complaints of sex discrimination, Academy of Management.
  13. Near, J.P. (1983). Work and nonwork correlates of the career plateau, Proceedings: Academy of Management.
  14. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Jensen, T.C. (1983). Perceived retaliation and the perceived effectiveness of sex discrimination complaints, National Women's Studies Association.
  15. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1983). Beliefs, organizational position and whistle-blowing status: A discriminant analysis, Proceedings: National Meetings of the Industrial Relations Research Association.
  16. Kalleberg, A.L., Lincoln, J.R., McBride, K., Near, J.P. & Hanada, M. (1983). Management systems and organizational control: A study of Japanese and American industrial firms, Second Japan-United States Business Conference.
  17. Near, J.P. (1983). Surviving cross-cultural research: The Japanese case, Proceedings: American Institute for Decision Sciences.
  18. Hillier, J.A., Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (1984). Sex, stress and school: A comparison of male and female MBA students, Midwest Meetings of the Academy of Management Association.
  19. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1984). When federal employees speak out, AAAS Conference, Whistleblowing Examined: Recent Research on Dissent in Corporate and Government Employment.
  20. Near, J.P. (1984). Organizational commitment and job characteristics: A comparison of Japanese and American workers, Academy of Management.
  21. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (1984). Victims of reprisal: Predictors of retaliation against whistle-blowers, Academy of Management.
  22. Miceli, M.P., Roach, B. & Near, J.P. (1985). 'Deep Throat' revisited: The motivations of anonymous whistle-blowers, Academy of Management.
  23. Konovsky, M.A. & Near, J.P. (1985). Gender differences in work and nonwork antecedents of alcohol use, Academy of Management.
  24. Baucus, M.S., Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1986). Organizational culture and whistle-blowing, Academy of Management.
  25. Near, J.P. & Sorcinelli, M.D. (1986). Spillover and compensation among male and female faculty, Academy of Management.
  26. Sorcinelli, M.D. & Near, J.P. (1986). Relationships between work and life away from work among university faculty: Gender and rank effects, American Educational Research Association.
  27. Near, J.P. (1986). Organizational secrecy and whistle-blowing, symposium on Secrecy and Disclosure in Organizations, Academy of Management.
  28. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1986). Whistle-blowers' challenge to human resource practice, American Psychological Association.
  29. Near, J.P. (1986). Whistle-blowing and decision making, invited participant in Panel Discussion on Organizational Decision Making, Midwest Meetings of the Academy of Management.
  30. Dworkin, T.M. & Near, J.P. (1986). Whistleblowing and legal remedies: A naturally occurring field study, Proceedings: The American Business Law Association.
  31. Ferguson, L. & Near, J.P. (1987). The whistle-blowing phenomenon: A look at social, situational, and personality influences, Midwest Meetings of the Academy of Management.
  32. Sorcinelli, M.D. & Near, J.P. (1987). How faculty relate work and life away from work: A discriminant analysis, American Educational Research Association.
  33. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (1987). The effects of legal protection on whistle-blowers, Academy of Management.
  34. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1987). Legal protections for whistle-blowers: Results of a naturally occurring field experiment, Council on Employee Rights and Responsibilities.
  35. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1988). Retaliation against role-prescribed whistle-blowers: the case of internal auditors, Academy of Management.
  36. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (1988). Correlates of pay system satisfaction in pay-for-performance plans, Academy of Management.
  37. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Schwenk, C.R. (1989). Individual and organizational predictors of whistle-blowing, Academy of Management.
  38. Schwenk, C.R., Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1989). Persistence in whistle-blowing: A case of escalating commitment? Academy of Management.
  39. Ferguson, L.J. & Near, J.P. (1989). Whistle-blowing in the lab, American Society of Criminology.
  40. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (1990). The effects of legal changes on whistle-blowers and their organizations, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  41. Olsen, D., Near, J.P., & Sorcinelli, M.D. (1990). Change and stability in faculty job satisfaction from first to third year of appointment, Conference on Human Development.
  42. Near, J.P., & Miceli, M.P. (1990). When whistle-blowing succeeds: Predictors of effective whistle-blowing, Proceedings: Academy of Management.
  43. Olsen, D., & Near, J.P. (1990). Work and nonwork satisfaction and conflict: Effects on life satisfaction, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  44. Dworkin, T.M., & Near, J.P. (1990). Whistleblower statutes and reality: Is there a need for realignment? Proceedings: Pacific Southwest Business Law Association.
  45. Mulvey, P.W., Miceli, M.P., & Near, J.P. (1991). The pay satisfaction questionnaire: A confirmatory factor analysis, Eastern Academy of Management.
  46. Hillier, J. & Near, J. (1992). Social class and corporate performance: Predictors and outcomes of CEO selection, Decision Sciences Institute.
  47. Near, J.P., & Dworkin, T.M. (1994). Corporate response to legislative protection for whistle-blowers: Survey results, International Association for Business and Society.
  48. Near, J.P. (1995). Research on management: Trends and issues in the 21st century, invited panelist, Midwest Academy of Management.
  49. Near, J.P., Ryan, K.C., & Miceli, M.P. (1995). Results of a human resource management 'experiment': Whistle-blowing in the federal bureaucracy, 1980-1992, Proceedings: Academy of Management.
  50. Dworkin, T.M., Near, J.P., & Callahan, E. (1995). Governmental and social influences on corporate responsibility, International Association of Business & Society.
  51. Miceli, M.P., Van Scotter, J., Near, J.P., & Rehg, M.T. (1997). Responses to perceived organizational wrongdoing: Does the observer make a difference? Ethical Values in Organizations, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. Invited paper.
  52. Miceli, M.P., Van Scotter, J., Near, J.P., & Rehg, M. (2001). Individual differences and whistle-blowing, Proceedings: Academy of Management.
  53. Rode, J.C., & Near, J.P. (2002). Potential mediators of job satisfaction and life satisfaction: Effects of role conflict and stress. Midwest Academy of Management.
  54. Near, J.P., Van Scotter, J., Rehg, M.T., & Miceli, M.P (2002). Developing a model of the whistle-blowing process: How does type of wrongdoing affect the process? Kelley School of Business Conference on International Whistle-blowing, Bloomington, IN. Invited paper.
  55. Near, J.P., Gibson, S., & Lee, J. (2002). Sexual harassment reporting and whistle-blowing: A proposed model of predictors and outcomes. Kelley School of Business Conference on International Whistle-blowing, Bloomington, IN. Invited paper.
  56. Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., Bommer, W.H., & Rubin, R.S. (2002). Life satisfaction as a mediator between core self-evaluations and performance. Academy of Management.
  57. Lee, J., Gibson, S., & Near, J.P. (2002). Sexual harassment reporting as whistle-blowing: Test of a model of predictors and outcomes. Academy of Management.
  58. Van Scotter, J.R., Near, J.P., Rehg., M. & Miceli, M.P. (2004). What difference can one person make? Organizational dependence relations as predictors of whistle-blowing effectiveness. The Fourth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations.
  59. Rehg, M.T., Miceli, M.P, Near, J.P., & Van Scotter, J. (2004). Predictors of retaliation against whistleblowers: Outcomes of power relationships within organizations. Proceedings: Academy of Management.
  60. Rode, J.C., Rehg, M.T., & Near, J.P. (2004). Job satisfaction and life satisfaction as predictors of intention to leave the Air Force. Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values.
  61. Near, J.P. (2005). Organisational wrongdoing, whistleblowing and retaliation: What we think we know and what we need to know. Invited keynote address to Whistleblowing in the Australian Public Sector, a conference sponsored by the Australian Research Council Linkage Project.
  62. Rode, J.C., Mooney, C.H., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Near, J. P., Baldwin, T.T., Rubin, R.S., & Bommer, W.H. (2005). Direct and moderated effects of emotional intelligence on assessment center and academic performances. Academy of Management.
  63. Rode, J.C., Arthaud-Day, M.L., Mooney, C.H., Near, J.P., Baldwin, T.T., Rubin, R.S., & Bommer, W.H. (2005). The mental ability model of emotional intelligence: An examination of its discriminant, convergent, criterion, and incremental validity. Academy of Management.
  64. Ramaswami, A. Arthaud-Day, M.L., Near, J.P., & Near, J.A. (2009). An empirical test of the mind-body connection: Social relationships and individual differences as predictors of physiological and psychological stress. Academy of Management.
  65. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., Rehg, M.T. & Van Scotter, J.R. (2009). Antecedents of whistle-blowing. Academy of Management.
  66. Miceli, M.P. & Near, J.P. (2009). When do observers of organizational wrongdoing step up? Recent research on the factors associated with the prosocial act of whistle-blowing. International Conference on Whistleblowing, sponsored by Middlesex University Business School. Invited paper.
  67. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2012). Wrongdoing and whistle-blowing in the public sector. International Conference on Whistleblowing, sponsored by the Seattle University School of Law. Invited paper.
  68. Near, J. P., Miceli, M. P., & Brown, A. J. (2012). One strike and you're out? Employee reactions to organizational wrongdoing and corporate social irresponsibility (CSI). Academy of Management.
  69. Near, J.P. & Miceli, M.P. (2013). Voice and whistle-blowing: How are they different? International Conference on Whistleblowing, sponsored by Middlesex University Business School. Invited paper.
  70. Near, J.P. (2013). Whistleblowing, retaliation and organizational systems. Bentley Global Business Ethics, sponsored by the State Street Foundation. Invited panel.
  71. Near, J. P., Miceli, M. P., & Brown, A. J. (2014). Serial wrongdoers: Organizational wrongdoing processes, their antecedents and outcomes. American Sociological Association.
  72. Near, J.P., Ramaswami, A., & Arthaud-Day, M.L. (2015). Relationships between self-rating stress scales and physiological stress measures. American Sociological Association.
  73. Miceli, M.P., Near, J.P., & Brown, A.J. (2015). Talking versus walking? Organizational procedures and communication practices to encourage internal whistleblowing. Annual Conference of the International Whistleblowing Research Network, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Invited paper.
  74. Near, J.P., Miceli, M.P., & Brown, A.J. (2017). Systemic wrongdoing as organization-level failure: When trust repair does not work. American Sociological Association.
  75. Fu, Haolin, and Near, J.P. (2018). Meta-analysis of the relation between job satisfaction and subjective well-being. National meetings of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago.
  76. Karadag, R., & Near, J.P. (2019). Pressure and Predisposition as Predictors of Wrongdoing. Academy of Management.
Graduate Courses
  • Organizational Behavior, MNGT 960, Ph.D. seminar
  • Organization Designs for Competitive Advantage, MNGT 996, elective online MBA course

Institutional Service:

  • Chair and member, Kelley School of Business P&T Committee (3 terms)
  • Management & Entrepreneurship Department Chair, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University (3 terms)
  • Ph.D. Programs Chair, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University (1 term)
  • Associate Dean for Faculty and Research, College of Business, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (current)

Professional Service to the Academy of Management:

  • Board of Governors (Elected Representative-at-Large)
  • Junior Faculty Workshop, Organization Behavior Division (Co-chair)
  • Organization Behavior Division (Elected Representative-at-Large)

Editorial Review Boards:

  • Academy of Management Review
  • Administrative Science Quarterly
  • Human Relations
  • Journal of Business Ethics
  • Journal of Management (Consulting Editor)

Teaching Awards at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University:

  • TERA Award
  • Lilly Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship
  • MBA Association Outstanding Teacher Award
  • Doctoral Student Association in Business Inspiration and Guidance Award
  • Doctoral Student Association in Business Outstanding Teacher Award