Meagan Baskin, PhD
Dr. Meagan Baskin, joined the faculty at the University of Tulsa in 2018. Prior to TU she was an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business at The University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK (2014-2018), where she also served two years as the Director of Assessment. Prior to UCO, Dr. Baskin was a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Management and Coordinator of the Management Discipline in the Engler College of Business at West Texas A & M University in Canyon, TX (2011- 2014). She teaches in the areas of ethical decision-making, organizational behavior and human resource management. Dr. Baskin is the advisor for Women in Business and holds a Chapman Professorship for advancing innovative teaching. She has also won several teaching awards at TU including Most Valuable Professor by TU Football and Basketball as well The Mayo Excellence in Teaching Award from Collins College of Business 2019-2020.
Dr. Baskin’s research interests include unethical and counterproductive behavior in the workplace, transparency in HR processes, and the impact of social media on workplace outcomes. Her research on occupational violence recently received the TU Shark Tank Incubator grant for 2020. Dr. Baskin’s research has been presented and/or published in the proceedings of regional, national and international conferences and several peer-reviewed journals including Human Resource Management Review, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology, Healthcare Management Review and International Journal of Selection and Assessment.
Employee Deviance and Ethical Behavior
Strategic Human Resource Practices
Human Resource Management
LesterG., BaskinM., & ClintonM. (2021). Employer-sponsored benefits in the United States: The past, present and future.
Brock Baskin, M. E., McKee, V. M. (2019). Employee Perceptions of Climate as an Antecedent of Time Banditry in the Workplaces. International Journal of Selection & Assessment, 27, 83-89.
Gerlich, R. N., Drumheller, K. D., Clark, R., & Brock Baskin, M. E. (2018). Mechanical Turk: Is it just another convenience sample? Global Journal of Business Disciplines, 2(1), 45-55.
Brock Baskin, M. E., McKee, V. & Buckley, M. R. (2017). Time banditry and impression management behavior: Prediction and profiling of time bandit types. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 24 (1), 39-54.
Rogers, B, Vardaman, J. Allen, D., Muslin, I. & Brock Baskin, M. E. (2017). Turning up by turning over: The Change of Scenery Effect in Major League Baseball. Journal of Business and Psychology, 32(5), 547-560.
Brock Baskin, M. E., Vardaman, J. M., & Hancock, J. (2016). The role of ethical climate in well-intended rule breaking. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 16(2), 71-90.
Kinsky, E. S., Drumheller, K., Gerlich, R. N., Brock Baskin, M. E., & Sollosy, M. (2015). The effect of socially mediated public relations crises on planned behavior: How TPB can help both corporations and nonprofits. Journal of Public Relations Research, 27(2), 136-157.
De’Armond, D., Brock Baskin, M. E., Kinsky, E., Drumheller, K., & Gerlich, R. N. (2014). The Impacts of Social Media Interaction on Stakeholder Outcomes: An Examination of Lowe’s Home Improvement Store. Journal of Retail Analytics, 10 (1), 28-34.
Brock Baskin, M. E., Zeni, T, & Buckley, M. R. (2014). Understanding applicant withdrawal: Can organizations prevent it and should they even try? International Journal of Selection & Assessment, 22(2), 190–198.
Kinsky, E., Gerlich, R. G., Brock Baskin, M. E. & Drumheller, K. (2014). Pulling Ads, Making Apologies: Lowe’s Use of Facebook to Communicate with Stakeholders. Public Relations Review, 40(3), 556–558.
Vardaman, J., Cornell, P., Allen, D., Gondo, M. B., Muslin, I., Mobley, R. N., Brock, M. E., Sigmon, T. L. (2014). Part of the job: The role of working conditions in the turnover process. Healthcare Management Review, 39(2), 164-173.
Brock, M. E. & Buckley, M. R. (2013). Appropriate use of information systems: A policy training approach. International Journal of Technoethics, 4(1), 11-25.
Brock, M. E. & Buckley, M. R. (2013). Human resource functioning in an information society: Practical suggestions and future implications. Public Personnel Management. 42(2), 272-279.
Zeni, T., Macdougall, A., Chauhan, R., Brock, M. E. & Buckley, M. R. (2013). In Search of those Boundary Conditions which Might Influence the Effectiveness of Supportive Supervision. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(3), 317-323.
Brock, M. E., Martin, L. E., & Buckley, M. R. (2013). Time theft in organizations: The development of the time banditry questionnaire. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 21(3), 309-321.
Brock, M. E. & Buckley, M. R. (2012). The role of stress in workers’ compensation: Past, present and future. Public Personnel Management, 41(1), 1-14.
Martin, L. E., Brock, M. E. Buckley, M. R., & Ketchen, D. J. (2010). Time banditry: Examining the purloining of time in organizations. Human Resources Management Review, 20(1), 26-34.
Brock, M. E., Vert, A., Kligyte, V., Waples, E. P., Sevier, S. T., & Mumford, M. D. (2008). Mental models: An alternative evaluation of a sensemaking approach to ethics instruction. Science and Engineering Ethics, 14(3), 449-472
BaskinM., & SkousenC. Corporate Cash Holdings and Readability of Annual Reports.
BaskinM., SkousenC., & SunL. Corporate Cash Holdings and Readability of Annual Reports.
Klotz, A. C., Wheeler, A. R., Halbesleben, J. R. B., Brock, M.E., & Buckley, M. R. (2011). Can reward systems influence the creative individual? In M. D. Mumford (Ed.), Handbook of organizational creativity. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science.
- Organizational Behavior
- Human Resource Management
- Principles of Management
- Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
- Society of Human Resources Management
- Southern Management Association
- Academy of Management
- Oklahomma City Human Resources Society
Awards & Honors
- Mayo Excellence in Teaching
- Most Valuable Professor (TU Basketball)
- Shark Tank Research Grant
- College of Business Summer Funding
- Chapman Professorship
- CCB Excellence in Teaching Award
- Faculty Development Summer Fellowship
- Most Valuable Professor