Publications

Craft, J. & Godwyn, M. (October 2016). Surviving and Thriving in Constructive Conflict: The Emotional Lives of Business Ethics Faculty and Non-Profit Human Service Workers, in Michael Schwartz , Howard Harris , Debra R. Comer (ed.) The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational Ethics (Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, Volume 16) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.59 – 93.

Lehnert, K., Craft, J., Singh, N. & Park, Y. (2016). The human experience of ethics: A review of a decade of qualitative ethical decision making research. Business Ethics: A European Review, 25(4), 498-537.

Craft, J. (30 January 2016-online first) Common Thread: The impact of mission on ethical business culture, a case study. Journal of Business Ethics. 

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Craft, J. (September/October 2015). Your Turn: Local Lessons. Jana Craft of Winona State takes students on a riverboat cruise to show them regional business in action.  BizEd Magazine, published by AACSB.

Tessema, M., Craft, J., Subhani, S. & Tewold, S. (2015). Assessment of HR Development and Utilization: A Conceptual Framework. International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research, 3(3), 32-43.

Koseoglu, M., Akdeve, E., & Craft, J. (2015). How does business ethics literature progress in developing countries? Evidence from Turkey. Middle East Journal of Management, 2(2), 121-142.

Koseoglu, M., Sehitoglu, Y., & Craft, J. (2015). Academic foundations of hospitality management research with an emerging country focus: A citation and co-citation analysis. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 45, 130-144.

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Craft, J. (2013). A Review of the Empirical Ethical Decision Making Literature: 2004-2011. Journal of Business Ethics, 117(2), 221-259.

Craft, J. (2013). Living in the Gray: Lessons on Ethics from Prison. Journal of Business Ethics, 115(2), 327-339

Craft, J. (2013). Mind the Gap: A Case Study of Values-Based Decision Making in a Nonprofit Organization. University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation.

Craft, J. (2010). Making the case for ongoing and interactive organizational ethics training. Human Resource Development International, 13(5), 599-606.

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