Assistant Professor, Director of AACSB (Undergraduate Program)
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Academic Specialization: Organizational Behavior
Research interests: Organizational Justice, Teams/Groups, Family Business, Entrepreneurship in Family Business
Dr. Göğüş has completed her Ph.D. in Management at Mays Business School, Texas A&M University in 2005. She also holds a B.S. degree in Management from Bilkent University (1999) and a M.S. degree in Human Resource Management from Texas A&M University (2001). Her research interests include organizational justice, teams and groups, family businesses and entrepreneuship in the context of family business. She teaches organizational behavior, organization theory and family business courses. She is a member of the Academy of Management.
Selected Publications :
Goodwin, P., Gonul, M. S., Onkal, D., Kocabiyikoglu, A., & C. I. Göğüş. (2019).“Contrast effects in judgmental forecasting when assessing the implications of worst- and best-case scenarios”, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 32, 536-549,
Ren, R., Simmons, A., Barsky, A., See, K., & C. I., Göğüş. (2018).“It’s not my job: Compensatory effects of procedural justice and goal setting on proactive preventive behavior”, Journal of Management & Organization, 1-19.
Kocabiyikoglu, A., C. I. Göğüş, & Hekimoğlu,H., (2018).“The impact of decision types on revenue management decisions: An experimental study”, Decision Sciences, Vol. 49, No. 2, 225-249.
Kocabıyıkoglu, A. and Göğüş, C. I., (2016).Decision Making and the price-setting newsvendor:Experimental Evidence.Decision Science.157-186.
Göğüş, C.I., Ö. Örge and Duygulu,O. (forthcoming). In Context, Process and Gender in Entrepreneurship, “Gendering entrepenership: A Discursive Analysis of a Woman’s Entrepenur Competiton”, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Kocabıyıkoglu, A., Göğüş, C. I., & Gönül, M.S. (2014). Revenue management vs. newsvendor decisions: Does behavioral response mirror experimental evidence ?. Production and Operations Management, 24(5) , 750-761.
Umphress, E., Tihanyi, L., Bierman, L., & Göğüş, C. I. (2013). Personal lives?. The effects of nonwork behaviours on organizational image. Organizational Psychology Review, 3(3), 199-221.
Porter, C. O. L. H., Göğüş, C. I., & Yu, R. C. (2011). The positive and negative influence of early efficacy beliefs on teams’ reactions to failing to reach performance goals. Applied Pschology- An Internatıonal Review, 60(4), 645-669.
Porter, C. O. L. H., Göğüş, C. I., & Yu, R. C. (2011). Does Backing Up Behavior Explain the Efficacy-Performance Relationship in Teams? Small Group Research, 42(4), 458-474 .
Porter, C. O. L. H., Webb, J., & Göğüş, C. I. (2010). When goal orientations collide: Interactive effects of learning orientation and performance orientation on team adaptability in response to workload imbalance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(5), 935-943.
Porter, C. O. L. H., Göğüş, C. I., & Yu, R.C. (2010). When does teamwork translate into improved team performance?: a resource allocation perspective. Small Group Research, 41(2), 221-248.
Umphress, E. E., Ren, R., Bingham, J., & Göğüş, C. I. (2009). The influence of distributive justice on lying for and stealing from a supervisor. Journal of Business Ethics, 86(4), 507-518.
Chen, G. and Göğüş, C. I. (2008). Motivation in and of teams. In R. Kanfer, G. Chen, & R. Pritchard (Eds.), Work motivation: Past, present, and future. Lawrence Erlbaum.
Wesson, M. J. and Göğüş, C. I. (2005). Shaking hands with a computer: An examination of two methods of organizational newcomer orientation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 90(5),1018-1026.