Professor of the Practice of Sociology
Dr. Reeves received her BA from the University of Montana, her MA from Truman State University, and her Ph.D. in human resources management and industrial relations from the University of Keele, United Kingdom. She has published articles on reward management, virtual teams, and appraisal systems and is the author of Suppressed, Forced Out and Fired (Greenwood Press, 2000), focusing on the mechanisms of gender discrimination at work.
Reeves, M. Women in Business. Routledge, May 2010.
Reeves, ME. Suppressed, forced out and fired: how successful women lose their jobs. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 2000.
Reeves, M. "Supply Chain Management in Sri Lanka." Female Entrepreneurship and the New Venture Creation. Ed. D Kariv. Routledge, September 2013. 174-180.
Reeves, M. "Sri-Lanka: Supply Chain Problems for New Venture Creation." Female Entrepreneurship and the New Venture Creation. Ed. DD Kariv. Routledge, 2012.
Reeves, M, and Furst, S. "Virtual Teams in an Executive Education Training Program." Virtual and Collaborative Teams: Process, Technologies and Practice. Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, PA, 2004.
Reeves, M, and Sabharwal, N. "Microfinance and mobile banking for the bottom of the pyramid." Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy 7.2 (May 24, 2013): 155-166. Full Text
Reeves, M. "Brand partnerships as joint ventures: A comparison of two partnerships in the small non-profit arena." Journal of Brand Management 20.3 (January 2013): 241-254. Full Text
Reeves, M, Brady, R, and Isaacs, R. "Sector, Size, Stability, and Scandal: Explaining the Presence of Female Executives in Fortune 500." Gender and Management (November 2010): 25-25.
Furst, SA, and Reeves, M. "Queens of the hill: Creative destruction and the emergence of executive leadership of women." The Leadership Quarterly 19.3 (June 2008): 372-384. Full Text