Ph.D., 1995, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Major: General and Strategic Management
Minor: Human Resource Administration
M.B.A., 1984, The American University, Washington, DC
B.A., 1982, University of NC, Greensboro, NC
REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS:
McMillan, G. Steven & Casey, Debra (2010) “Paradigm Shifts in Industrial Relations: A Bibliometric and Social Network Approach” (eds.) David Lewin & Bruce Kaufman, Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 17, pp. 207-255.
McMillan, G. Steven, Mauri, Alfredo & Casey, Debra L. (In Press) “The Scientific Openness Decision Model: “Gaming” the Technological and Scientific Outcomes” Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
McMillan, G. Steven & Casey, Debra L. (2013) “Positive Organizational Outcomes Associated with a Penchant for Openness” Science and Engineering Ethics 19, 3, pp. 799-812.
McMillan, G. Steven (2013) “Citations to Scientific Publications: Their Impact on Firm Technological Outcomes” International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 9, 1, pp. 74-79.
McMillan, G. Steven (2010) “Openness versus Secrecy in Nanotechnology” International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 6, pp. 205-209.
McMillan, G. Steven (2009) “Gender Differences in Patenting Activity: The Case of US Biotechnology” Scientometrics, 80. pp. 683-691.
Casey, Debra & McMillan, G. Steven (2008) “Identifying the Invisible Colleges of Industrial & Labor Relations Review”, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 62, pp. 126-132.
McMillan, G. Steven (January 2008) “Mapping the invisible colleges of R&D Management”, R&D Management, 38, pp. 69-83.
McMillan, G. Steven & Casey, Debra (December 2007) “Identifying the invisible colleges of the British Journal of Industrial Relations: A bibliometric and social network approach”, British Journal of Industrial Relations 45:4 pp. 815-828.
McMillan, G. Steven & Hamilton, Robert (July 2007) “The public science base of US biotechnology: A citation-weighted approach”, Scientometrics, pp. 1-9.
BA422W- Strategic Business Planning
MGMT 321- Leadership and Motivation
MGMT 451W- Business Ethics
MGMT 301- Basic Management Concepts
Albert S. Keister Scholar in Economics, UNCG, 1982
Nominated for Scholar of the Year, American University, 1984
Lion Heart Award Winner, Penn State Abington, 2002
Scholar of the Year, Penn State Abington, 2002 & 2010
Fulbright Specialist Grant to Finland, 2008
Fulbright Specialist Grant to Belgium, 2011
Developed and conducted management development seminars for numerous well-known companies. A partial client list includes:
State Farm Insurance Companies
Prudential Insurance of America
Rohm and Haas
National Life of Vermont
CIGNA Financial Advisors
Waddell and Reed
US Environmental Protection Agency