People at Work Research Interest Group
An important theme within the Beebe Institute is “People at Work.” Critical business issues center on an understanding of people at work—the actions, thinking, decisions, perceptions, performance, health, feelings, and differences of people in the workplace. The Georgia State University Panther PAW (People at Work) Research Interest Group reflects a significant presence of faculty from across the Robinson College that conducts leading-edge, innovative research with practical impact in this area. The group members are committed to working across departmental and disciplinary lines to make advances in this area of business. Members of the group come from varied areas such as human resources management, organizational behavior, international business, marketing, information systems, accounting, legal studies, and health administration. This unifying “PAW” theme, with a behavioral or social science thrust, serves to uniquely bridge and connect faculty from across varied disciplines, different departments, and other units within the Robinson College of Business while also distinguishing the group from others.