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Jeffrey Miles, Ph.D.

1996, Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1993; MLHR, Ohio State University, 1992; MPS, Cornell University, 1986; B.A., Ohio State University, 1984.

Expertise: Organizational Behavior; Communication; Theory & Justice; Personnel and Human Resources Management.

Jeffrey (Jeff) Miles is a Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior in the Eberhardt School of Business, University of the Pacific.

Jeff has taught all kinds of audiences in Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Organizational Communications. His current interests lie in the areas of organizational justice and fairness, leadership, and team performance.

Prior to joining the Pacific faculty, he was in investment product operations at the Nationwide Insurance Company headquarters and in project development at the Chamber of Commerce, Columbus, Ohio. Jeff has received several awards for his research, including the award for "most innovative session" on the program of the National Academy of Management Conference, and the Hugh Blair Award for Excellence.

Jeff has an undergraduate degree in both business management and organizational communication through the Capstone Honors program at Ohio State University, an M.P.S. in Organizational Communication from Cornell University, and his master's and Ph.D. in Management and Human Resources from Ohio State University.

Jeff Miles Book

December, 2011 -- Jeffey A. Miles, Eberhardt School of Business, had his book published: Management and Organization Theory, published by Wiley Publishing.

A "must-have" for any MBA/PhD in management and organizations, this reader is the first to name, describe, and explore each of the top 50 most popular, most researched, and most used management and organization theories to date. Organized to correspond to leading management textbooks, this Jossey-Bass Reader provides detailed information about each theory, including major survey instruments used to measure variables in the theory; major questions examined; significant figures who have published on the theory, strengths and weaknesses of the theory; practical applications; and seminal articles published for the theory.