Matthew A. Douglas
Matthew (Matt) A. Douglas is an assistant professor in the Department of Management. In 2018, he retired from a 22-year career in the U.S. Air Force. During his Air Force career, he served as an aviation maintenance and staff officer at multiple U.S. and overseas locations. Douglas joined the Management faculty in 2018, where he serves in the Supply Chain Management major and Christian Leadership and Ethics office.
- 2009 – PhD, Marketing, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
- 2003 – MS, Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
- 1996 – BS, Mathematics, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas
- MGT 3325 – Operations Management
- Supply Chain Integrity
- Workplace Safety (with a focus on transportation)
- Sustainable Transportation Solutions
- Douglas, M.A., Mollenkopf, D.A., Castillo, V.C., Bell, J.B., & Dickey, E.C. (2021). Journeys, not destinations: Theorizing a process view of supply chain integrity. Journal of Business Ethics, on-line.
- Douglas, M.A. (2021) Motor carrier safety: A review and research recommendations for 2020 and beyond. Transportation Journal, 60(2), 93-140.
- Douglas, M.A., Swartz, S.M., Richey, R.G., & Roberts, M.D. (2019). Risky business: Investigating influences on large truck drivers’ safety attitudes and intentions. Journal of Safety Research, 70, 1-11.
- Wang, Y., Douglas, M.A., Hazen, B.T., & Dresner, M. (2018). Be green and clearly be seen: How consumer values and attitudes affect adoption of bicycle sharing. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, 58, 730-742.
- Douglas, M.A. & Swartz, S.M. (2017). Knights of the road: Safety, ethics, and the professional truck driver. Journal of Business Ethics, 142(3), 567-588.