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Chet Barney

Chet Barney
Assistant Professor
Management, Marketing and Business Law, School of Business
UB Beacom Hall 331
Phone: 605-677-5554
Bio:
Dr. Barney received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from New Mexico State University. His prior education was in information systems where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from Utah State University and a Master of Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University. Prior to academia, Dr. Barney worked in both private corporate and state government technology positions.
Teaching Interests:
Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management
Research Interests:
Main research focus is on how job insecurity impacts employee deviance in the workplace. Other areas of research include core self-evaluation, daylight saving time, consumer behavior, and storytelling.
Education:
  • Ph D, Management - Organizational Behavior, New Mexico State University, 2013
  • MISM, Management Information Systems, Brigham Young University, 2003
  • BA, Business Information Systems with Honors, Utah State University, 2001
Publications:
  • Payne, C. R., Niculescu, M., Barney, C. E., (2014), Consumer Consumption Intentions of Smaller Packaged Snack Variants, International Journal of Consumer Studies..
  • Elias, S. M., Gibson, L., Barney, C. E., (2013), The Role of Social Power in Sexual Harassment and Job Discrimination., NYU Press, pp. 178 - 194.
  • Elias, S. M., Barney, C. E., Bishop, J. W., (2013), The Treatment of Self-Efficacy among Psychology and Management Scholars., Journal of Applied Social Psychology., vol. 43, iss. 4, pp. 811 - 822.
  • Elias, S. M., Smith, W. L., Barney, C. E., (2012), Age as a Moderator of Attitude Towards Technology in the Workplace: Work Motivation and Overall Job Satisfaction. , Behaviour & Information Technology, vol. 31, iss. 5, pp. 453 - 467.
  • Barney, C. E., Elias, S. M., (2010), Flex-time as a moderator of the job stress – work motivation relationship: A three nation investigation., Personnel Review, vol. 39, iss. 4, pp. 487 - 502.
  • Hilton, T. S., Barney, C. E., Choi, H., Hur, G., (2002), Controversies in digital sound rendering, Issues in Information Systems, vol. 3, pp. 269 - 274.
  • Hilton, T. S., Anderson, C., Walker, N., Barney, C. E., Choi, H., (2001), An integrative model of digital sound rendering, Issues in Information Systems, vol. 2, pp. 146 - 152.
Awards and Honors:
  • Online Course Improvement Program Fellowship, New Mexico State University, 2013
  • Outstanding Educator Award, New Mexico State University, 2011
Presentations:
  • Barney, C. E. (2013, October). The Effects of Daylight Saving time on Domestic and Global Organizations: An Historic Account.. Presented at the Mountain Plains Management Conference, Cedar City, Utah.
  • Elias, S. M., Barney, C. E., Mace, B. L. (2013, April). The Role of Scenic Beauty in University Student's Satisfaction, Commitment, and Turnover Intention.. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Meeting, Denver, Colorado.
  • Barney, C. E. (2013, March). Profiling the Strategic Management Journal: A look back to move forward.. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Barney, C. E., Elias, S. M. (2013, March). Using Generalized and MBA Self-Efficacy to Predict AACSB Competencies.. Presented at the Western Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Bishop, J. W., Turner, M. J., Elias, S. M., Barney, C. E. (2010, August). The (mis)alignment of construct names, definitions, and measures: The case of the OCQ and the ACS.. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montréal, Canada.
  • Smith, W. L., Barney, C. E., Elias, S. M. (2010, March). Academic reflexivity and AACSB criteria: Does research translate into textbook content?. Presented at the Standing Conference for Management & Organization Inquiry, Alexandria, Virginia.