» Dr. Amy E. Hanson
Associate Professor

The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics
Dr. Amy E. Hanson
Office Location:
Beckman Hall 307J
(714) 628-7312
University of Florida, Bachelor of Arts
New York Institute of Technology, Master of Business Administration
New York University, Ph.D. in Management

Associate Professor of Management. Dr. Hurley-Hanson received her doctorate in management from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Dr. Hurley-Hanson's principal areas of research are executive succession and the application of behavioral decision theory to strategic aspects of career mobility.

Ph.D., New York University

Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
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Giannantonio, C.M. & Hurley-Hanson, A.E. Extreme Leadership: Lessons from Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance Expedition. In C.M. Giannantonio & A.E. Hurley-Hanson (eds.), Extreme Leadership. 2014, 3-14. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. The Sandy Hook Elementary School Shootings. In C.M. Giannantonio & A.E. Hurley-Hanson (eds.), Extreme Leadership 2014, 224-236. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Giannantonio, C. M. & Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (Eds.). (2014) Extreme Leadership Leaders, Teams and Situations Outside the Norm. New Horizons in Leadership Studies. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Finalists for the Outstanding Leadership Book Award by the Department of Leadership Studies at the University of San Diego, International Leadership Association.
A New Entrepreneurial Career Model Based on the Life and Career Decisions of Steve Jobs, Western Decision Science Institute Annual Meeting, April 2014, with C.M. Giannantonio & R. Sudek.
Segrest, S.L., Andrews, M.C. & A.E. Hurley-Hanson. Voluntary Turnover Typology Utilizing the Dispositional Variables of Core Self-Evaluation and Negative Affectivity. Journal of Behavior Studies in Business. 8, 2014, 1-12.
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Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M. & Sudek, R. (2013). A Model of High-Tech Entrepreneurial Careers: The Life and Career of Steve Jobs, The Journal of Business Leadership, 87-102.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. Staying Hungry, Staying Foolish: Academic Reflections on the Life and Career of Steve Jobs. Journal of Business and Management. 19, 2013, 7-10.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M., & Sudek, R.A. High Tech Entrepreneurial Careers: A Model of Stages, Phases, and Ages. Journal of Business and Management. 19, 2013, 11-24.
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The Role of Image Norms in Person-Job Fit: The Applicant’s Perspective, Western Decision Science Institute Annual Meeting, HI, April 2012, with C.M. Giannantonio.
Steve Jobs: Stages and Phases of his Entrepreneurial Career Model, Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International, HI, November 2012 with C.M. Giannantonio, and R. Sudek.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. (2012). Getting Work Life Balance on Steady Ground: the Effects of 9/11 on Careers, Journal of Business Leadership.
Getting Work Life Balance on Steady Ground: the Effects of 9/11 on Careers. Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International, HI, November 2011 with C.M. Giannantonio.
Giannantonio, C.M. & Hurley, A.E. (2011). Frederick Winslow Taylor: Reflections on the Relevance of The Principles of Scientific Management 100 Years Later, Journal of Business and Management, Vol.17, No. 1.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M., Carlos, H., Harnett, J., Jetta, M. & Mercier, M. (2011). The Effects of the Attacks of 9/11 on Organizational Policies, Employee Attitudes and Workers’ Psychological States, American Journal of Economics and Business Administration. 3: 377-389.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M. & Dehning, B. (2011). Emerging Issues of Management Education in the 21st Century, Global Business & Economics Anthology. 1: 1-7.
Hurley, A.E. (2008). The role of HRIS in crisis response planning in Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in e-HRM, (Teresa Torres-Coronas & Mario Arias-Oliva, Editors), IGI Publishing.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (2008). Book review of Scaling Methods, 2nd ed. by Dunn-Rankin, P., Knezek, G.A., Wallace, S. & Zhang, S. (2004). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publisher. Organizational Research Methods.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. (2007). Image Norms: A Model of Formation and Operation, Journal of Business and Management, 13, 2: 155-166.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (2007). A Response to 9-11: Critical Elements of a Crisis Response Plan, Business Renaissance Quarterly, 2, 1: 47-65.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (2006). Organizational Responses and Adaptations After 9-11, Management Research News, 29, 8: 480-494.
Giannantonio, C.M. & Hurley, A.E. (2006). Recruiters’ perceptions of appearance: The stigma of image norms, Equal Opportunities International, 25, 6: 450-463.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (2006). Internal labor markets, in Encyclopedia of Career Development, (Jeffrey Greenhaus & Gerard Callanan, Editors). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Giannantonio, C.M. & Hurley-Hanson, A.E. (2006). Applying image norms across Super’s career development stages, The Career Development Quarterly, 54, pp. 318-330.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. Wally, S., Segrest-Purkiss, S.L. &. Sonnenfeld, J.A. 2005. The changing role of education on managerial career attainment, Personnel review, 34, pp. 517-533.
Fadil, P., Segrest, S.L., Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Knudstrup, M. & Stepina, L. 2004. Distributive Justice in Northern Mexico and the U.S.: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, Cross Cultural Management, 11, pp. 1-22.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. (2009). Crisis Response Plans Post 9/11: Current Status and Future Directions, Academy of Strategic Management Journal.
Hurley, Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M. & Sagaio, M. (2008). Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002: Implications for Complying Corporations, Corporate Ownership and Control Journal.
Hurley-Hanson, A.E. & Giannantonio, C.M. & Sonnenfeld, J.A. (2007). The determinants of managerial career attainment: Student perceptions and organizational realities, Journal of Business and Leadership, 2: 344-354.