Professor Hundley’s interests include human resource management, compensation and reward, international human resource management, and entrepreneurship. His current areas of research include strategic human resource management, self employment, and international
compensation. Professor Hundley is also interested in the effects of national culture on human resource outcomes. His publication credits include “The Effects of Unions on Recruitment and Selection Practices” (with M. Koch),
Industrial Relations, 36(2) (1997); “The Effects of Profitability and Liquidity on R&D Intensity: Japanese and U.S. Companies Compared” (with C. Jacobson and S. Park),
Academy Management Journal, 59(5) (1996); and “Public- and Private Sector Occupational Pay Structures,”
Industrial Relations, 30(3) (1991). Professor Hundley has been on the faculties of the University of Oregon, University of Western Australia and Xavier University. He is on the editorial board of
Asia-Pacific Journal of Human Resources. He is a member of the Academy of Management and the Industrial Relations Research Association. In 2001, he received the John and Mary Willis Young Faculty Scholar Award.