William L. Tullar

Professional interests: Interview behavior and employee selection, Russian and Eastern European management and entrepreneurial activity.

There are 7 included publications by William L. Tullar :

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Entrepreneurship education: Process, method, or both? 2016 1490 Transformative changes are happening in Higher Education Institutions worldwide in entrepreneurship education. These changes are conceptual as well as technological due to the upheaval in the global, social, political, and technological environment. ...
Making sense of the market: An exploration of apparel consumption practices of the Russian consumer 2007 4080 Purpose – The purpose of this study is to examine and interpret post-socialist consumer experiences in relation to clothing consumption practices when consumers shop, acquire, and wear clothing and other fashion-related products. Design/methodology/a...
Making sense of the market: An exploration of apparel consumption practices of the Russian consumer 2007 50 Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine and interpret post-socialist consumer experiences in relation to clothing consumption practices when consumers shop, acquire, and wear clothing and other fashion-related products. Design/methodology/ap...
A model of cross campus entrepreneurship and assessment 2014 1846 Entrepreneurship education has revolutionized all aspects of business. Entrepreneurship education has progressed from programs housed only in business schools to cross-disciplinary programs in departments across college and university campuses in the...
Reality check: changes in business students' psychological resources as they move towards graduation 2021 46 This study examines the trajectory of student psychological resources over the course of business education. Business education should equip students with positive psychological resources so that they can succeed. Most business school programs focus ...
Straight from the horse’s mouth: Justifications and prevention strategies provided by free riders on global virtual teams 2018 267 The study investigates the reasons for and ways to deal with free riding on Global Virtual Teams (GVTs) based on interviews with 77 documented “free-riders” themselves. Our unique sample, in contrast with more commonly-studied accounts from active te...
What pedagogical methods impact students’ entrepreneurial propensity? 2015 2458 There is a dearth of research that investigates the effectiveness of different pedagogical methods for teaching entrepreneurship. This paper focuses on three learning design choices: experiential learning, use of teamwork, and focus on quantitative m...