A group of professors in Fisher’s Department of Management and Human Resources has been recognized for scholarly influence among students.

Tim Judge, Ray Noe, Jay Anand, Ben Tepper and Tom Stewart were included among the 100 most-influential authors in a number of management fields, according to a paper published in Academy of Management Learning and Education. The paper examined the most influential authors in organizational behavior, human resource management, strategy and general management, as cited in textbooks.

Judge, the Joseph A. Alutto Chair in Leadership Effectiveness, was the second-most cited author in organizational behavior textbooks, the fifth-most in human resource management textbooks and No. 16 in general management.

Noe, the Robert and Anne Hoyt Designated Professor of Management and Human Resources, was 25th in human resource management.

Tepper, the holder of the Irving Abramowitz Memorial Professorship, was 88th on the organizational behavior list.

Anand, the William H. Davis Chair and Dean's Distinguished Professor of Strategy, was 57th in the strategy category.

Stewart, the executive director of the National Center for the Middle Market, was 79th in strategy and 88th among general management authors.