John F. Schnell, Ph.D. Professor of Economics Education Ph.D., 1984, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Economics. M.A., 1978, The Pennsylvania State University, Economics. Current Teaching Responsiblities Principles of Microeconomics (ECN 143) Microeconomic Analysis (ECN 345) (Fun with) Games & Networks (ECN 445/545) Research and Teaching Interests Internal Organization of the Firm/Human Resource Analysis Labor Economics and Industrial Relations Economic & Social Network Analysis in Games “Long-term employment and complementary human resource management practices. Journal of Labor Research (with C. Gramm), 34(1) (2013), 120-145. “Does employment security influence hiring success?” (with C. Gramm) International Journal of Business and Social Science,4 (3) March 2013, "The Relationship between Competitive Strategy and a Firm's Reliance on Long-Term Employment Contracts." (with C. Gramm), Korean Journal of Industrial Relations (December 2006): 107-136. (Winner of the Korean Industrial Relations Association Distinguished Research Award, June 15, 2007.) "Remedy-Seeking Responses to Wrongful Dismissal: Comparing the Similarity-Attraction and Similarity-Betrayal Paradigms." International Journal of Conflict Management. (with C. Gramm and E. Weatherly), (Vol. 17, 2006). "The Effects of Using Alternative Types of Staffing Arrangements" (with C. Gramm), Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Vol. 13, (2005), pp. 27-68. "The Use of Flexible Staffing Arrangements in Core Production Jobs" (with C. Gramm), Industrial & Labor Relations Review, Vol. 54, No. 2 (January 2001): pp. 245-258.