Mark GeigerAssistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
907 Rockwell Hall
Education:Ph.D., Organizational Behavior (minor: Quantitative Psychology), University of Kansas
M.B.A., Illinois State University
B.S., (1) Chemistry; (2) Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Illinois State University
Dr. Geiger is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business. He received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior (minor in Quantitative Psychology) from the University of Kansas School of Business. His research has been published in Group & Organization Management and Journal of Business Venturing Insights. He currently serves on two editorial review boards (Academy of Management Perspectives and Group & Organization Management).
Geiger, M., & Moore, K. (2021). Attracting the crowd in online fundraising: A meta-analysis connecting campaign characteristics to funding outcomes. Computers in Human Behavior. In press.
Geiger, M. (2020). A meta-analysis of the gender gap(s) in venture funding: Funder- and entrepreneur-driven perspectives. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 13, e00167.
Geiger, M., Lee., J., & Geiger, M. K. (2019). The power of negative disposition: An examination of trait and state negative affect with OCBI and OCBO. Group & Organization Management, 44(6), 1136-1172.
Geiger, M. & Oranburg, S.C. (2018). Female entrepreneurs and equity crowdfunding in the US: Receiving less when asking for more. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 10, e00099.
Geiger, M. & Lee, J. (2019). HR outsourcing in the US: Reducing employment transaction costs in small firms. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
Geiger, M. & Oranburg, S.C. (2019). Underrepresented groups and venture funding: An examination of funding raised through equity crowdfunding in the US. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Wellesley, MA.
Oranburg, S.C. & Geiger, M. (2019). Do female investors support female entrepreneurs? An empirical analysis of angel investor behavior. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Wellesley, MA.
Geiger, M. & Geiger, M. (2018). Gender, justice, and trust in supervisor: A moderated mediation model predicting OCB. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.
Gianiodis, P. T., Geiger, M., & Thürer, M. (2018). Does stronger IP protection spur new venture creation? Patterns of financial innovation exploitation. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Waterford, Ireland.
Geiger, M., Noel, T. W., & Li. P. (2016). The role of affective competence in affect-as- information: A moderated mediation model of affect-effort relationships. Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.
Geiger, M. & Lee, J. (2016). HR outsourcing and small business performance: Linking network organization theory to RBV. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.
Super, J., Geiger, M., Luth, M. T., & Flinchbaugh, C. (2016). I want to help! But will you let me lead? The impact of an other-focused orientation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.
Geiger, M., Lee, J., & Geiger, M. K. (2015). A two-study investigation of affect and organizational citizenship behavior. Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. St. Pete Beach, FL.
Geiger, M. & Noel, T. W. (2014). Investigating the relationship between task related affect and task persistence. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.