Charlotte Davis is an Associate Professor of Management at Concord University in Athens, WV. Dr. Davis earned her degrees from Texas Tech University, Wayland Baptist University, and the University of Memphis. Her research interests are in the area of expatriate management; employee motivation, gender differences in motivation; immigrant professionals; and human resources and culture. She teaches courses in International Business, Human Resource Management, Business Ethics, and Principles of Management. She has taught at the University of Memphis, Christian Brothers University (Memphis), Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), and Concord University. While in Vienna, she taught courses in Global Mindset and Intercultural Competence, and in International Management. She holds a CPA, PHR, and SHRM-CP certifications.
Ph.D, University of Memphis (2012)
M.B.A, Wayland Baptist University (2005)
B.B.A, Texas Tech University (1991)
Gender differences in motivation; Immigrant careers; Human resources and culture; Expatriate issues
Reverchuk, S., Vladychyn, U., and Davis, C. (2015). Foreign Banking in Ukraine: Development Trends and Ownership Structure Regulation. Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research. 2(2).
Bryant, P.C. and Davis, C.A. (2012). Regulated Change Effects on Boards of Directors: A Look at Agency Theory and Resource Dependency Theory. Academy of Strategic Management Journal.
Bryant, P.C., Davis, C.A., Hancock, J.I. and Vardeman, J.V. (2010). When Rule Makers Become Rule Breakers: Employee Level Outcomes of Managerial Pro-social Rule Breaking. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. 22(2): 101-115.