Publications

Basic Scholarship

Refereed Journal Articles:

Timescapes A Multi-Level Approach for Understanding Time Use in Complex Organizations. In Yammarino, F. & Dansereau (Eds.) Research in Multi-Level Issues: Multi-Level Issues in Organizations and Time. (Vol 6). Elsevier. 2007.

Lets Build Theory rather than Theorize. In Yammarino, F. & Dansereau (Eds.) Research in Multi-Level Issues: Multi-Level Issues in organizations and Time. (Vol. 6) 2007

Trustscapes and Distrustscapes: A multi-Level Approach for Understanding Stability and Change. In Yammarino, F. & Dansereau (Eds.) Research in Multi-Level Issues: Multi-Level Issues in Organizational Behavior and Processes. Elsevier. 2004.

Cultural Bases of Research: Integrating Research Cultures for Complex Problems. In Yammarino, F. Y Dansereau, F. (Eds.) Research in Multi-Level Issues: Multi-Level Issues in Organizational Behavior and Processes. Elsevier: Oxford. 2004.

Altered States of Leadership Responsibility. Accepted Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Vol 19, No. 2, 1999: 97-105.

Cross Cultural Organizational Stress – The American University in Bulgaria. Human Organization, Vol. 57, No. 1, 1997: 94-107.

Reeves-Ellington and Adele Anderson, The Ethnology of Information Systems. Accounting, Management, and Information Technologies. Vol 7, Number 3. 1997: 168.

Humaniziraneto biznezobrazovanie i sotsialna promyana vuv Bulgaria. Strategii na nauchnata i obrazovatelna politika. 1995: 22-40. [Liberal Arts Business Education and Social Change in Bulgaria. Strategies in Scientific and Educational Policies, 1995: 22-40.

Organizational Ethics and Anthropologists: Moral Practices of Private and Public Organizations and People. The Anthropology of Work Review. 1992; Summer-Fall: 1-2.

Reeves-Ellington, R.H. and Paul Steidlmeier, American Business in China: Gaining Cultural Alignment. The Anthropology of Work Review. 1992. Summer-Fall: 6-9.

Refereed Academic Conferences:

2003 – What is Missing from Business Education?, Business and Emerging Market Economies: Trends and Prospects. Atlanta, June.

2002 – Dynamic Time and Creative Inquiry Conference, Dynamic Time and Creative Inquiry in Organizational Change” Boston, June.

2002 – – International Academy of E-Business, “Emerging Comercialization of E Learning.” Orlando, FL. March

1998 – 4th CREEB Conference: Aspirations and Realities in Eastern Europe and Russia, “Cooperative Learning for Business Change: A Bulgarian Example.” Buckinghamshire UK.

1995 -The Bulgarian Statistical Society. – Dimiter Christozov and Richard Reeves-Ellington “Measures for Cultural Influence in Managerial Area”. Varna, Bulgaria, August.

1995 – American Anthropology Association. – “Organizational Dysfunction and cross-cultural Stress: Americans in Bulgaria”. Washington D.C., November.

1995 – The Organization Dimensions of Global Change: No Limits to Cooperation, Sponsored by The Academy of Management – “An Emergent Organization in a Multinational Pharmaceutical Company”. Cleveland, May.

1995 – The Organization Dimensions of Global Change: No Limits to Cooperation. Sponsored by The Academy of Management – Adele Anderson and R. Reeves-Ellington – “From Monocultures to Multicultures: Global Social Change and the Unbounded Properties of Information” Cleveland , May.

1994 – American Anthropological Association – “Organization Unbound: Applied Methodology for Creating Futures”. Atlanta, December.

1993 – Eastern Academy of International Management – “Generative Culture Models for Global Organizations”. Berlin Germany, June.

1992 – International Conference on Advances in Management – “Cultural Dimensions of Total Quality Strategies”. Orlando, March.

1989 – American Anthropological Association – “Managerial Culture Building”. Phoenix, Nov. Detroit, March.

1993 – American Anthropological Association – “Organizational Change: The Role of Authorship”. Chicago, December.

1987 – American Anthropological Association – “Marketing to Peasants”. Philadelphia, Dec.

Applied Scholarship

Applied Scholarship Referred Articles:

Local value orientations and global customer chains: a Bulgarian case study. South East Europe Review For Labour and Social Affairs, Vol. 2. No. 4. 1999: 105-122.

From Command to Demand Economies: Bulgarian Organizational Value Orientations. Practicing Anthropology, Vol. 21. No 4. 1999: 5 – 14.

Using Cultural Skills for Cooperative Advantage in Japan. Human Organization 1992: 52 (3): 203-15. Republished in Aaron Podolefsky & Peter Brown (Eds.) Applying Cultural Anthropology, an Introductory Reader, 3rd edition. Mayfield Publishing, Mountain View, CA. 1997.

Liberal Arts Business Education in Bulgaria: A Vehicle for Change. Journal of International Education. 1996; 25(2): 5-33.

Organizing for Global Effectiveness: Ethnicity and Organizations. Human Organization, 1995: 53 (4): 249-63.

Managing in A Global Economy. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference. Eastern Academy of Management. Paul-Lobe Institute, Berlin: 1993.

International Manager’s Use of Anthropology. Practicing Anthropology. 1988; 4(1): 8-10.

Kongsi: Indonesia’s Largest Banking System. Practicing Anthropology. 1987; 9(1): 18-19.

Core Marketing: A Profitable Risk. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management. 1986; 1(1): 3-9.

Generics: A Heavy Price for a Penny Saved. Pharmaceutical Executive. 1984; 4(2):47-52.

The Need for Product Innovation. Pharmaceutical Technology. 1984; 8(2): 18-19.

Pitfalls of Payoffs in Indonesia. Asia. 1984; Jan/Feb.: 6-9, 48.

Refereed Practitioner Conferences:

1998 – Panel Organizer for Listen Up or Die: Advise to the Anthropological Academy.

1997 – Society for Applied Anthropology. “Java Land Purchase”. Seattle, March.

1996 – Society for Applied Anthropology. “Integrating the Sacred and the Profane: Corporate Action Researcher as Shaman”. Baltimore, April.

1993 – Society for Applied Sociology “Customers and Cultures” St. Louis, October.

1993 – Society for Applied Anthropology – “Building Ethnic Organizations”. San Antonio, TX. March.

1991 – American Anthropological Association – “Creating Cooperative Advantage in Japan”. Chicago, November.

Instructional Development

Instructional Publications:

What is Missing from Business Education? Business and Emerging Market Economies: Trends and Prospects, In Ilon, A. & McIntyre, J. (Eds). Business Education and Emerging Market Economies: Trends and Prospects. Kluewer Press. New York. 2004

What is Missing in Business Education? Meeting the Needs of Emerging Market Business Education. In Alon, I. & McIntyre, J. (Eds.) Business Education and Emerging Market Economies: Perspectives and Best Practices. Kluwer Academic Publishers: New York. 2004.

Reeves-Ellington, R. From Command to Demand Economies. Bulgarian Organizational Value Orientations. Practicing Anthropology, 1999. Vol 21: 5-13.

Lewis, Alfred & Richard H. Reeves-Ellington. A Choice of Strategies for Eastern European Business Education: The Case of Bulgaria. In M. Chattergee (ed.), Management Education for Countries in Transition. London: MacMillan Press, 1999.

Delivering Health Care to Africa: A 20 Year Perspective from the Research Based Pharmaceutical Industry. In Manas Chattergi (ed.), Environment and Health in Developing Countries. 1998.

Reeves-Ellington R. H. & Adele Anderson. Beyond Agenda: culture, commerce and social responsibility 1997. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellon Press.

Anthropology and TQM: Improving Sales Force Performance in Overseas Markets. In John Sherry,(ed.), Marketing and Consumer Behavior. Sage Press, 1995: 169-208.

Marketing to Peasants. In Hal Serrie, (ed.), Multinationals and Peasants. Studies in Third World Societies, College of William and Mary. 1994: 90-111.

Instructional Conferences:

1998 – Bulgarian-American Commission of Educational Exchange, Bulgaria. Modern and Non Modern: alternate paradigms for leadership in Bulgaria.

1994 – Bulgarian-American Commission of Educational Exchange, Bulgaria. Liberal Arts Education in the Balkans – “Changing a View of Human Nature” Sofia, Bulgaria, November.

1990 – Wayne State University – “Customer-Consumer Paradigms: Win with Customers”.

1986 – American Anthropology Association – “An International Manager’s Use of Anthropology”. Chicago, December.