Paul Buller
Paul Buller, PhD
Visiting Jesuit Partner Faculty
Professor of Strategic Management, Entrepreneurial Leadership Gonzaga University School of Business Administration
  • BS University of Utah, 1974
  • MSW University of Utah, 1976
  • MBA University of Washington, 1981
  • PhD University of Washington, 1982
  • Holds Kinsey M. Robinson Chair in Business Administration, has served or is presented serving on the editorial boards of the Journal of World Business, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, and Human Resource Management.
  • Buller, P.F. & Finkle, T.A. (2013). An innovative model of entrepreneurship education: The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 16, 113–132.
  • McEvoy, G.M. & Buller, P.F. (2013). “Research for Practice: The Management of Expatriates”. Thunderbird International Business Review, 55(2), 213–226.
  • Steverson, B.K., Rutherford, M.W. & Buller, P.F. (2013). “New Venture Legitimacy Lies and Ethics: An Application of Social Contract Theory”. Journal of Ethics and Entrepreneurship, Vol 3(1), 73–92.
  • Buller, P.F. & McEvoy, G.M. (2012) “Strategy, HRM and Performance: Sharpening Line of Sight”, Human Resource Management Review, 22(1), 43–56.
  • Pepper, M., Loroz, P., Patil, V., Stevens, c. and Buller, P.F. (2011). “Advancing a Mission–Centered Business School: A Process for Engaging Faculty and Tracking Progress”, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Vol 2(1), 79–96.
  • Rutherford, M., Buller, P., & Stebbins, M. (2009). “Ethical considerations of the legitimacy lie.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, July, 949–964.