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Whitney O. Peake
Assistant Professor-Management
 
Email  Whitney.Peake@unt.edu   
Graduate Faculty Membership Status: Full Membership-Permanent   
toggle toggle Professional Preparation
 DegreeMajor/Thesis/DissertationInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Agricultural EconomicsPurdue University2008
 M.S.Agricultural EconomicsPurdue University2005
 B.S.Agribusiness EconomicsMurray State University2003
toggle toggle Courses Taught By Semester --- Organized Classes will be uploaded from THECB Data file
SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Spring 2014MGMT3850003Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Fall 2013MGMT3850002Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Spring 2013MGMT3850003Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Summer 2012MGMT4660089International Management Perspectives Download Syllabus
Summer 2012MGMT4660090International Management Perspectives Download Syllabus
Fall 2012MGMT3850002Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Spring 2012MGMT3850003Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Fall 2011MGMT3850001Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Fall 2011MGMT4660001International Management Perspectives Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MGMT3850004Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MGMT3850005Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Fall 2010MGMT3850001Entrepreneurship Download Syllabus
Fall 2010MGMT4660001International Management Perspectives Download Syllabus
toggle toggle Research and Expertise
 
Whitney

toggle toggle Appointments
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2010-PresentAssistant Professor of Management  University of North Texas
2007-2010Assistant Professor of Agribusiness Economics  Murray State University
2009-2009Visting Scholar  "St. Istvan University, G?d?ll?, Hungary"
2003-2007Research Assistant  Purdue University
toggle toggle Faculty Workload
Duration (YYYY - YYYY)Percentage TeachingPercentage ResearchPercentage Service
2013-2014404020
2012-2013404020
2011-2012404020
2010-2011404020
toggle toggle Publications
  Type  Publications per page   1  2 3 
  YearPublication  Type
2013
Accepted/In-press
Ties that bind? A mediation analysis exploring contract use in family versus nonfamily firms. 
Warren Watson
Journal of Small Business Management
Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals
2013
Published
Rethinking food recall communications for consumers
Clinton Carlson
Iridescent
Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals
2013
Accepted/In-press
Are we asking the right questions about management experience? A meta-analysis
 
American Journal of Entrepreneurship
Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals
2012
Published
"Should aspiring entrepreneurs take notes from politicians? Investigating the impact of attitudes, emotional intelligence, and political skill on undergraduate students' entrepreneurial intent"
Phillip Davis; Whitney Peake; ; ;
USASBE Conference
Abstracts and Proceedings
2012
Accepted/In-press
Exploring why the self-employed are less likely to have healthcare coverage: An empirical analysis
Maria Marshall
Small Business Institute Journal
Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals
toggle toggle Editorships
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
2011-PresentSmall Business InstituteEditorial Review Board 
toggle toggle Presentations and Projects
  Presentations/Projects per page   1  2 3 4 
Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
 2013 Ties that bind? Exploring the use of contracts as agency control mechanisms within small family and nonfamily firms
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
 2013 A unifying framework for new venture legitimacy judgments formation
Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, FL
 2012 Does one bad apple spoil the bunch? An exploration of legitimacy loss for innocent firms under food recall situations - Agricultural and Applied Economics Association - Seattle - Washington
 2012 In pursuit of legitimacy: The development and validation of an instrument - Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference - Fort Worth - Texas
 2012 The clock is ticking: An exploration of factors impacting students' planned time horizon for entrepreneurial entry - Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference - Fort Worth - Texas
toggle toggle Peer Reviewer Activities
YearAgency/OrganizationField of Expertise
2013USASBE Annual ConferenceReviewer - Conference Paper
2013Journal of Small Business ManagementDS: Reviewer - Article/Manuscript
2013Academy of Management Annual ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2012Journal of Small Business ManagementDS: Reviewer - Article/Manuscript
2012USASBE Annual ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2011United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2011International Food and Agribusiness Management ReviewDS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript
2011Small Business InstituteDS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript
2011Journal of Small Business ManagementDS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript
2011Decision Sciences InstituteReviewer: Conference Paper
2011Southern Management Association Annual MeetingReviewer: Conference Paper
2011Academy of Management ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2009USASBE ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2008USASBE ConferenceReviewer: Conference Paper
2008Southern Agricultural Economics AssociationReviewer: Conference Paper
toggle toggle Mentoring/Advising
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)Student NameClassificationTypeProject/Thesis/Dissertation
2011"Supervised Phil Davis on projects related to entrepreneurial legitimacy. We held weekly meetings, and set goals for each semester. Our goals for Spring 2011 included beginning a manuscript on entrepreneurial legitimacy throughout the entrepreneurial proc DS: Student Assign-Supervised Research (GRAD)
2010"Worked with graduate student, Phillip Davis, on a project related to perceptions of legitimacy and the entrepreneurial process. Phil used the information gathered to work towards compiling a literature review and completing a course project, both of whic DS: Student Assign-Supervised Research (GRAD)
toggle toggle Memberships
Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
2011-PresentDSI  
2011-PresentSouthern Management Association  
2010-PresentAcademy of Management  
2007-PresentUnited States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship  
2004-PresentAgricultural and Applied Economics Association  
toggle toggle Honors and Recognitions
YearTitleHonoring Organization
2012"As a co-author, graduate student Phil Davis one the Outstanding Doctoral Student Paper Award at the 2012 USASBE conference in New Orleans, LA."United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
2012Best Paper Award with C. CarlsonGLIDE Conference
2011Received $5000.00 for summer research project to conduct research related to entrepreneurial legitimacy.University of North Texas Junior Faculty Summer Research Fellowship Recipient
2009Named as Outstanding Reviewer for the Small Business Track.United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
2009"Received the Sigma Alpha National Sorority Agriculture Advocate Award. Across the nation, there were four women recognized at the SA/AGR Leadership Seminars for their outstanding contribution to agriculture congruent with Sigma Alpha's objective."Sigma Alpha National Sorority
2007Received the Best Doctoral Student Paper Award.Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy
2005Received 2nd place in the AAEA Graduate Student Case Study Competition.Agricultural and Applied Economics Association
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