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Scholarship/Research

Refereed Journal articles
Joshua - Gojer, A. (2012). Cross-cultural training and success versus
failure of expatriates. Learning and Performance Quarterly, 1(2),
47-62.

Joshua-Gojer, A. E., & Allen, J. M. (2013). Self initiated expatriates in
the United States: Implications for HRD. Journal of Knowledge
Economy & Knowledge Management, 8(1), 39-45.

Book chapters
Joshua-Gojer, A. E., Allen, J. M., Huang, T. (2016). Workforce diversity
in volunteerism and the Peace Corps. In Julie Prescott (Ed.),
Handbook of Research on Race, Gender, and the fight for
equality (453-471). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Zaballero, A. G, Joshua-Gojer, A. E., Alsadah, Z. O., Scamacca, L. G.
(2015). The participation of women as leaders in south and
southeast Asia: a comparative analysis in India, Malaysia, and
Philippines. In Susan R. Madsen, Faith W. Ngunjiri, Karen A.
Longman, Cynthia Cherrey (Eds.), Women and leadership around
the world. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Joshua-Gojer, A. E., Allen, J. M., Gavrilova-Aguilar, M. (2014).
Technology integration in work settings. In Manish Wadhwa and
Alan Harper (Eds.), Technology, Innovation and Enterprise
Transformation (1-19). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Allen, J., Joshua - Gojer, A., Gavrilova - Aguilar, M. & Philpot, D.
(2012). Sustaining Organizational Innovation. In V. Wang (Ed.),
Encyclopedia of E-Leadership, Counseling and Training (514-531).
Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Joshua - Gojer, A., & Allen, J.M. (2012). Leveraging Workforce
Diversity through Volunteerism. In Chaunda L. Scott and Marilyn
Byrd (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Workforce Diversity in a
Global Society: Technologies and Concepts (354-367). Hershey,
PA: IGI Global.

Refereed Conference Proceedings
Gavrilova-Aguliar, M, Joshua-Gojer, A. E., Philpot, D., & Pasquini, L. A.
(2015). The role of the human resources function in influencing
organizational culture. Proceedings of Academy of Human
Resource Development International Conference 2015. St. Paul,
MN: Academy of Human Resource Development.

Mathew, D. & Joshua-Gojer, A. (2012). Role Efficacy and Quality of
Work Life (QWL) as predictors of Organizational Citizenship
Behavior (OCB) and Empathy in nurses in Mumbai hospitals.
Proceedings of Academy of Human Resource Development
International Conference 2012 (pp2927-2941). St. Paul, MN:
Academy of Human Resource Development.

Joshua, A. (2011). A study of emotional intelligence, organizational
citizenship behavior and procedural justice with reference to the
business process outsourcing (BPO) industry. Proceedings of
Academy of Human Resource Development International
Conference 2011 (pp4490-4522). St. Paul, MN: Academy of
Human Resource Development.

Joshua, A. (2010). Cross Cultural Training and the success versus
failure of expatriates. Proceedings of Academy of Human
Resource Development International Conference 2010 (pp 3453-
3463). St. Paul, MN: Academy of Human Resource Development.
Conference Presentations
Joshua-Gojer, A. E., & Allen, J.M. (2012). Self initiated expatriates in
the United States: Implications for HRD. Paper presented at the
11th International Conference of the ASIA Chapter of the
Academy of Human Resource Development. Istanbul, Turkey,
November 7-November 9, 2012.
Joshua-Gojer, A. (2012). Does investment in technology lead to the
productivity of CTE administrators? Paper presented at the 20th
Annual AHRD International Research Conference in the Americas.
Denver, Colorado, February 29-March 4, 2012.
Joshua-Gojer, A. (2012). Role Efficacy and Quality of Work Life (QWL)
as predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) and
Empathy in nurses in Mumbai hospitals. Paper presented at the
20th Annual AHRD International Research Conference in the
Americas. Denver, Colorado, February 29-March 4, 2012.
Joshua-Gojer, A. (2011). Women Expatriates: why are there so few in
the workplace? Paper presented at the 10th International
Conference of the Academy of HRD (Asia Chapter). Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, December 3-December 6, 2011.
Joshua-Gojer, A, Tsai, H.L., & Zaballero, A.G. (2011). Comparative
analysis of participation of women in leadership in India,
Philippines and Taiwan. Paper presented at the 10th International
Conference of the Academy of HRD (Asia Chapter). Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, December 3-December 6, 2011.
Gavrilova-Aguilar, M., & Joshua-Gojer, A. (2011). Organizational
Diversity and Organizational Creativity: Are they related? Paper
presented at the 10th International Conference of the Academy of
HRD (Asia Chapter). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 3-
December 6, 2011.
Joshua-Gojer, A & Allen, J. (2011). Technological Innovations in Career
and Technical Education (CTE). Presentation at the Interactive
Technologies 2011 Society for Applied Learning Technology
(SALT) Conference. Reston, Virginia, August 17-August 19.
Joshua-Gojer, A. & Gavrilova-Aguilar, M. (2011). Women Expatriates:
vision or reality? Paper presented at the 2011 Academy of
Management Conference. San Antonio, Texas, August 12-August
16.
Joshua, A. (2010). Investment in Technology and Productivity of
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Administrators: The
Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Support. Paper
presented at the 2010 Academy of Human Resource
Development (AHRD) International Research Conference in Asia.
Shanghai, China, November 11-November 14.
Mathew, D. & Joshua, A. (2010). Do Role Efficacy and Quality of Work
Life (QWL) predict Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) and
Empathy in Nurses? Paper presented at the 2010 Academy of
Human Resource Development (AHRD) International Research
Conference in Asia. Shanghai, China, November 11-November
14.
Gavrilova, M. & Joshua, A. (2010). Evaluating English as a Second
Language (ESL) programs facilitated by non-profit organizations.
Paper presented at the 2010 Academy of Human Resource
Development (AHRD) International Research Conference.
Knoxville, Tennessee, February 24-February 28.
Philpot, D. & Joshua, A. (2010). Assessment strategies for e-learning.
Presentation at the New
Learning Technologies 2010 Society for Applied Learning
Technology (SALT) Conference. Orlando, Florida, March 3 – March
5.