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Matt BloomMatt Bloom

Associate Professor of Business Management
(PhD, Cornell University, 1996)
397 Mendoza College of Business
574-631-5104
email: mbloom@nd.edu
http://mendoza.nd.edu/research-and-faculty/directory/matt-bloom/

Geographic focus: Global

Thematic interests: Innovation; creativity; employee motivation; intrinsic motivation; and employee engagement

Current research: Wellbeing at work among the caring professions with a special interest in the wellbeing of humanitarian and social service professionals (funded by the Templeton Religion Trust)

Selected Publications:

  • “Work as a Calling: Integrating Personal and Professional Identities” (with Bales, M. & Colbert), under review (white paper available) 

  • “The Paradoxes and Passions of Vocation in Middle Adulthood,” in K. Cahalan and B. Miller-McLemore, eds., Calling All Years Good: Christian Vocation across the Lifespan (Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming)

  • “Are the Poor Happier?” In Daniel G. Groody and Gustavo GutiĆ©rrez, eds., The Preferential Option for the Poor beyond Theology: An Interdisciplinary Reader (University of Notre Dame Press, 2013)

  • “The Ethics of Compensation Systems,” Journal of Business Ethics, 52 (2004)


 

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