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Harvard Kennedy School faculty disseminate their research in working papers and publications that contribute to public knowledge and fuel policy innovation. This list features recent faculty publications, including journal articles, books, edited volumes, research papers, and public testimony.

Faculty Papers and Publications

Born, Dana H., William H. Hendrix, and Justin Hartley. "Empirical Assessment: Two Facets of Moral Maturity." Journal of Character & Leadership Development 6.2 (Summer 2019): 151-160.
Born, Dana, and Megone, Christopher. "Character and Leadership: Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century." Journal of Character & Leadership Development 6.1 (Winter 2019): 68-87.
Born, Dana. "Education Is Not Preparing Students for a Fast-Changing World." The Boston Globe, October 28, 2018.
Born, Dana, and Josh A. Goldstein. "Business Leaders Can Reverse the ‘Implosion of Trust’." Boston Globe, March 15, 2018.
Born, Dana, William H. Hendrix, and Emily Pate. "Three Pillars of Organization Excellence." The Journal of Character & Leadership Integration (Winter 2017): 45-54.
Born, Dana. "Research: Character Counts." Harvard Kennedy School Magazine. Winter 2016, 9.
Hendrix, William H., Dana H. Born, and Scott Hopkins. "Relationship of Transformational Leadership and Character with Five Organizational Outcomes." Journal of Character and Leadership Integration 3.1 (May 2015): 54-71.
Sellman, W. S., Dana H. Born, W. J. Strickland, and J. J. Ross. "Selection and Classification in the U.S. Military." Handbook of Personnel Selection. Routledge, April 2010, 679-704.
Machalek, Richard, Andrew D. Katayama, James E. Patrey, and Dana H. Born. "Suspending Routine Duty: Celebration and Commemoration in Military Holidays." Armed Forces & Society 32.3 (April 2006): 389-404.
Chen, Gilad, Paul D. Bliese, Stephanie C. Payne, Stephen J. Zaccaro, Sheila Simsarian Webber, John E. Mathieu, and Dana H. Born. "Simultaneous Examination of the Antecedents and Consequences of Efficacy Beliefs at Multiple Levels of Analysis." Human Performance 15.4 (2002): 381-409.