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iconiconiconNameJon CarrImageJon CarrFirstnameJonLastnameCarrOffice Phone(817) 257-4745
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Position:Associate ProfessorDepartment:Management, Entrepreneurship and LeadershipOffice:Rogers Hall 367Role:FacultyEducation
  • BBA, Mississippi State University - 1988
  • MBA, Mississippi State University - 1990
  • PhD, Mississippi State University - 2001
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Entrepreneurship and Family Business
  • Organizational Behavior
Work Experience
  • 1983-1986 - US Army, 18th Airborne Corp, Fort Bragg, NC
  • 1988-2000 - Senior Research Scientist, Social Science Research Center - Mississippi State University
  • 2000-2008 - Associate Professor of Management, the University of Southern Mississippi
  • 2009-2012 - Assistant Professor of Management, Texas Christian University
  • 2012- Associate Professor of Management, Texas Christian University
Courses Taught
  • MANA 70523 - Graduate New Venture Planning
  • MANA 40143 - New Venture Planning
  • MANA 30153 - Organizational Management
Key Publications
  • Carr, J.C. & Hmieleski, K.M. Differences in the outcomes of work and family conflict between family- and non-family businesses: An examination of founding CEOs. (Forthcoming), Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.
  • Hmieleski, K.M., Carr, J.C., & Baron, R. The relative roles of founding CEO human capital, social capital and pychological capital in stable versus dynamic industry environments. (Forthcoming), Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
  • Lambert, L, Tepper, B.J., Carr, J.C., Holt, D.T., & Barelka, A. (2012).Forgotten but not gone: An examination of fit between leader consideration and initiating structure needed and received. Journal of Applied Psychology 97(5): 913-930.
  • Priem, R.L., Li, S., & Carr, J.C. (2012) Insights and new directions from demand-side approaches to technology innovation, entrepreneurship, and strategic management research. Journal of Management 38 (1): 346-374 .
  • Carr, J.C., Cole, M.S., Ring, J.K., & Blettner, D.P. (2011) A measure of variations in internal social capital among family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice (35): 1207-1227.
  • Carr, J.C., Haggard, S., Hmieleski, K. M., and Zahra, S.A. (2010). Young firm survival and growth after early internationalization: A test from a capabilities perspective. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 4(2): 183-192.
  • Tepper, B.J., Carr, J.C., Breaux, D., Geider, S., Hu, C., & Hua, W. (2009). Abusive supervision, intentions to quit, and employees’ workplace deviance: A power/dependence analysis. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 109(2): 156-167.
  • Sequeira, J.M., Carr, J.C., & Rasheed, A. (2009). Transnational entrepreneurship: Determinants of firm type and attributes of success. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 33(5). 1023-1044.
  • Pearson, A.P., Carr, J.C. & Shaw, J. (2008). Toward a theory of familiness: A social capital perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 32(6): 949-969.
  • Carr, J.C., Boyar, S.L., & Gregory, B.T. (2008). The moderating effect of work-family centrality on work-family conflict, organizational attitudes, and turnover behavior. Journal of Management 34(2): 244-262.
  • Carr, J.C. & Sequeira, J.M. (2007) Prior family business exposure as intergenerational influence: A mediation test of family support, entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and entrepreneurial intent. Journal of Business Research, 60(10): 1090-1098.
  • Tepper, B.J., Moss, S., Lockhart, D., & Carr, J.C. (2007). Abusive supervision, upward maintenance communication, and subordinates psychological distress. Academy of Management Journal 50(5): 1169-1180.