Paul Harvey

James R. Carter Professor and Associate Professor of Management
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603.862.3301
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260E Paul College
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Education

Ph.D., Florida State University, Organizational Behavior
M.B.A., SUNY-Binghamton
B.S., University of Connecticut, Finance

Professional Experience

Financial Analyst/Corporate Recruiter, 1999-2001
Small Business Co-Owner/Manager, 1996-1998

Recent Research

Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M.T. (2017). From IRIOP to the JOB Annual Review: The past and future of a venerable outlet. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38, 159-162.

Mackey, J. D., Brees, J. R., McAllister, C. P., Zorn, M. L., Martinko, M. J. & Harvey, P. (In press). Victim and culprit? The effects of entitlement and felt accountability on abusive supervision and workplace bullying. Journal of Business Ethics.

Dasborough, M.T., & Harvey, P. (2017). Schadenfreude: The (not so) secret joy of another’s misfortune. Journal of Business Ethics, 141, 693-707.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M.J., & Borkowski, N. (2017). Justifying deviant behavior: The role of attributions and moral emotions. Journal of Business Ethics, 141, 779-795.

Brees, J., Martinko, M.J., & Harvey, P. (2016). Abusive supervision: Subordinate personality or supervisor behavior? Journal of Managerial Psychology, 31, 405-419.

Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M.T. (2015). Entitled to solutions: The need for research on workplace entitlement. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36, 460-465.

Laird, M.D., Harvey, P., & Lancaster, J. (2015). Accountability, entitlement, tenure and job satisfaction in Generation Y. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 30, 87-100.

Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., & Mackey, J. (2014). Conceptual and empirical confounds in the organizational sciences: An explication and discussion. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 1052-1063.

Harvey, P., Madison, K., Martinko, M.J., Crook, T.R., & Crook, T. (2014). Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: The road traveled and the path ahead. Academy of Management Perspectives, 28, 128-146.

Harvey, P., Harris, K.J., Gillis, W.E., & Martinko, M.J. (2014). Abusive supervision and the entitled employee. Leadership Quarterly, 25, 204-217.

Harvey, P., Harris, K.J., Kacmar, K.M., Buckless, A., & Pescosolido, A.T. (2014). The impact of leaders’ political skill on employees’ perceptions of ethical leadership. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 21, 5-16.

Brees, J., Mackey, J., Martinko, M.J., & Harvey, P. (2014). The mediating role of perceptions of abusive supervision in the relationship between personality and aggression. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 21, 403-413.

Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., Brees, J., Mackey, J. (2013). Abusive supervision: A review and alternative perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34, S120-S137.

Harris, K.J., Harvey, P., Harris, R.B., & Cast, M. (2013). An investigation of abusive supervision, vicarious abusive supervision, and their joint impacts. Journal of Social Psychology, 153, 38-50.

Martinko, M.J., Sikora, D., & Harvey, P. (2012). The relationships between attribution styles, LMX, and perceptions of abusive supervision. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 19, 397-406.

Victoravich, L., & Harvey, P. (2011). A mediated model of information assimilation in continuance decisions.International Journal of Management Accounting Research, 1, 51-74.

Dasborough, M.T., Harvey, P., & Martinko, M.J. (2011). An introduction to attributional influences in organizations. Group and Organization Management, 36, 419-426.

Harris, K.J., Harvey, P., & Kacmar, K.M. (2011). Abusive reactions to coworker conflict: Implications for subordinates of frustrated supervisors. Leadership Quarterly, 22, 1010-1023.

Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., & Sikora, D., & Douglas, S.C. (2011). Abusive supervision: The role of subordinates' attribution styles. Leadership Quarterly, 22, 751-764.

Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M.T. (2011). Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: A case of unrealized potential. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32, 144-149.

Harris, K.J., Harvey, P., & Booth, S.L. (2010). Who abuses their coworkers? An examination of personality and situational variables. Journal of Social Psychology, 150, 608-627.

Harvey, P., & Harris, K.J. (2010). Frustration-based outcomes of entitlement and the influence of supervisor communication. Human Relations, 63, 1639-1660.

Wheeler, A.R., Harris, K.J., & Harvey, P. (2010). Moderating and mediating the HRM effectiveness – intent to turnover relationship: The roles of supervisors and job embeddedness. Journal of Managerial Issues, 2, 182-196.

Harvey, P., Summers, J.K., & Martinko, M.J. (2010). Attributional influences on the outcome-aggression relationship: A review and extension of past research. International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior, 2, 174-201.

Harvey, P., & Victoravich, L.M. (2009). The influence of forward-looking antecedents, uncertainty and anticipatory emotions on project escalation. Decision Sciences, 40, 759-782.

Harvey, P., & Martinko, M.J. (2009). An empirical examination of the role of attributions in psychological entitlement and its outcomes. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30, 459-476.

Martinko, M.J., Breaux, D., Summers, J.K., Martinez, A.D., & Harvey, P. (2009). Hurricane Katrina and attributions of responsibility: An object lesson on the actor–observer bias. Organizational Dynamics, 38, 52-63.

Harris, K.J., Harvey, P., & Kacmar, K.M. (2009). Do social stressors impact everyone equally? An examination of the moderating impact of core-self evaluations. Journal of Business and Psychology, 24, 153-164.

Harris, R.B., Harris, K.J., & Harvey, P. (2008). An examination of the impact of the supervisor on the relationship between job strains and turnover intentions for computer workers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 2108-2131.

Harvey, P., Harris, K.J., & Martinko, M.J. (2008). The mediated influence of hostile attributional style on turnover intentions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 22, 333-343.

Douglas, S.C., Kiewitz, C., Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., Kim. Y., & Chun, J. (2008). Cognitions, emotions and evaluations: An elaboration likelihood model for workplace aggression. Academy of Management Review, 33, 425-451.

Martinko, M.J., Harvey, P., & Douglas, S.C. (2007). The role, function, and contributions of attribution theory to leadership: A review. Leadership Quarterly, 18, 561-585.

Harvey, P., Stoner, J., Hochwarter, W., & Kacmar, C. (2007). Coping with abusive supervisors: The neutralizing effects of ingratiation and positive affect on negative employee outcomes. Leadership Quarterly, 18, 264-280.

Harris, K.J., Harris, R.B., & Harvey, P. (2007). A test of competing models of the relationship between perceptions of politics, perceived organizational support, and individual outcomes. Journal of Social Psychology, 147, 631-655.

Harvey, P., Harris, K.J., Harris, R.B., & Wheeler, A.R. (2007). Attenuating the effects of social stress: The impact of political skill. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 12, 105-115.

Harris, K.J., Harvey, P., Harris, R.B., & Brouer, R.L. (2007). Deviant workplace behavior: An examination of the justification process. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 3, 1921-1928.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M.J., & Douglas, S.C. (2006). Causal reasoning in dysfunctional leader-member interactions. Journal of Managerial Psychology.

Martinko, M.J., Douglas, S.C., & Harvey, P. (2006). Understanding and managing workplace aggression. Organizational Dynamics, 35, 117-130.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M.J., & Gardner, W. (2006). Promoting authenticity in organizations: An attributional perspective. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 12, 1-11.

Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M.T. (2006). Consequences of employee attributions in the workplace: The role of emotional intelligence. Psicothema, 18 (supplement – special issue on emotional intelligence), 145-151.

Book Chapters

Harvey, P., Butler, F., & Brees, J. (In press). Propensity to perceive abusive supervision: Development of an affective trait-based measure. In N. Ashkanasy, R. Bennett, & M.J. Martinko (Eds.), Understanding the High Performance Workplace: The Line Between Motivation and Abuse. (SIOP Frontier Series volume). New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Brees, J., Mackey, J., & Martinko, M., Harvey, P. (2014). “Damage control after breaches of ethical conduct: An attributional approach to accounting for unethical behavior.” In S. Valentine (Ed.), Organizational Ethics and Stakeholder Well-Being in the Business Environment (pp. 95-113). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Brouer, R.L., Wallace, A.S., & Harvey, P. (2011). When good resources go bad: The applicability of conservation of resources theory to psychologically entitled employees. In P. Perrewe & D. Ganster (Eds.), Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being: Vol. 4 (109-150). Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Harvey, P., & Martinko, M.J. (2010). Attribution theory and motivation. In N. Borkowski (Ed.), Organizational behavior in health care, 2nd edition (147-164). Boston: Jones and Bartlett.

Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M.T. (2009). Consequences of employee attributions in the workplace: The role of emotional intelligence. In S. Singh (Ed.), Emotions at work (pp. 201-219). Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M.J., & Douglas, S.C. (2009). Causal perceptions and the decision to speak up or pipe down. In J. Greenberg and M. Edwards (Eds.), Violence and silence in organizations (pp. 63-82). Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Harvey, P., & Martinko, M.J. (2009). Attribution theory and motivation. In N. Borkowski (Ed.), Organizational behavior, theory and design in health care (143-158). Boston: Jones and Bartlett.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M.J., & Borkowski, N. (2008). A Re-Examination of the attribution-emotion-behavior framework in the context of unethical behavior. In N. Ashkanasy, W. Zerbe, & C. Hartel (Eds.), Research on emotion in organizations: Vol. 4. Emotions, ethics, and decision-making (pp. 259-283). West Yorkshire, England: Emerald.

Harvey, P., Martinko, M. J. (2008). Attribution theory and motivation (vol. 2, pp. 143-158). Boston: Organizational behavior, theory and design in health care.

Martinko, M.J., Douglas, S.C., Harvey, P., & Gundlach, M.J. (2007). Understanding and managing organizational deviance: A causal reasoning perspective. In S. Gilliland, D. Steiner, and D. Skarlicki (Eds.), Research in social issues in management: Managing social and ethical issues in organizations. (pp. 253-294). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Martinko, M.J., Douglas, S.C., & Harvey, P. (2006). Attribution theory in industrial and organizational psychology: A review. In G.P. Hodgkinson and J.K. Ford (Eds.), International review of industrial and organizational psychology, Vol. 21. (pp. 127-187). Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Martinko, M.J., Douglas, S.C., Harvey, P., & Joseph, C. (2005). Managing organizational aggression. In R. Kidwell and C. Martin (Eds.), Managing organizational deviance (pp. 237-260). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Honors & Awards
  • Best Reviewer Award - Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2014
  • Outstanding Reviewer Award – Academy of Management conference (MOC Division), 2007, 2010
  • UNH Summer Faculty Fellowship Grant, 2010
  • Best Paper Award - Australia I/O Psychology conference, 2009
  • Whittemore School of Business and Economics "Excellence in Research", Award, 2009
  • Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence - Top 50 management publication, 2008
  • Featured Top Poster – Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology conference, 2008
  • Outstanding Reviewer Award – Academy of Management conference (OB Division), 2007
  • Finalist for Outstanding Practitioner Oriented Publication in Organizational Behavior Award – Academy of Management OB Division, 2007
  • Best Doctoral Student Paper Award – Southern Management Association conference (OB/OT/OD Track), 2004
  • Best Reviewer Award – Southern Management Association conference (OB/OT/OD Track), 2004