Department of Management
Hirudayaraj, M., & Matic, J. (2021). Leveraging Human Resource Development Practice to Enhance Organizational Creativity: A Multilevel Conceptual Model. Human Resource Development Review. . .
Matic, J., (2019). Multicultural Student-to-Student Dialogue and the Generation of Creative Ideas. College Teaching. . .
Matic, J., (2019). The internationalisation of American higher education: A positional competition perspective. Globalisation, Societies and Education. . .
Matic, J., (2018). Benefits of Multicultural Student-to-Student Dialogue in Graduate Education. 17th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education.
Matic, J., (2018). Challenges faced by Non-Native Speaker Graduate Students in Student-to-Student Dialogue. 10th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy.
Matic, J., (2017). Student-to-Student Classroom Discussion: How Important is Participation?. 14th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning.
Matic, Jennifer and Besim Agusaj. "The Alignment of Hospitality Education with Industry Needs in Transitional Countries: The Case of Croatia." Revista de Turism 14. (2012): 19-27. Web. *
Matic, J., & Agu&#352;aj, B. (2012). The alignment of hospitality education with industry needs in transitional countries: the case of Croatia. Revista de Turism. . .
Matic, J., (2008). The Impact of Culture on the Application of American Management Principles in Croatia: a Study of the Level of Power Distance in Croatian and American Students. 26th EuroCHRIE International Conference.
Matic, J., (2008). Cultural differences in employee work values and their implications for management. Management: The Journal of Contemporary Management Issues. . .
Matic, J., (2007). Participative Management and Organizational Success: an Examination of Croatian and American Undergraduate Students' Preferred Managerial Style. 7th Annual Enterprise in Transition International Conference.
Matic, J., (2006). The degree of uncertainty avoidance present in Croatian and American undergraduate students: A comparative analysis. The European Journal of Psychology. . .