Joel Brockner

Phillip Hettleman Professor of Business

Management

BA, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1972; MS, Tufts, 1974; PhD, 1977

Joined CBS in 1984

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Joel Brockner

Office
715 Uris

Phone
212-854-4435

E-mail
jb54@columbia.edu

Fax
212-854-3778

Teaching and research interest

Within the broader field of organizational behavior, Professor Brockner is well known for his work in several areas, including the effects of organizational downsizing on the productivity and morale of the "survivors," the management of organizational change, organizational justice, self processes in organizations and managerial judgment and decision making. He teaches the MBA elective course Managerial Decision Making, the Ph.D. course Individual and Collective Behavior in Organizations, and he is an active consultant and speaker to companies worldwide.

Chapters

Cultural Differences in Self and the Impact of Personal and Social Influences In The Practice of Social Influence in Multiple Cultures (2001)
Author(s): Sheena Iyengar, Joel Brockner

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Journal articles

Listening and interpersonal influence In Journal of Research in Personality (2012)
Author(s): Daniel Ames, Joel Brockner, Lily Benjamin

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Does organisational justice protect from sickness absence following a major life event? A Finnish public sector study In Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2010)
Author(s): Marko Elovainio, M. Kivimaki, A. Linna, Joel Brockner, Kees Van den Bos, Jerald Greenberg, J. Pentti, M. Virtanen, J. Vahtera

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The Psychology of Voice and Performance Capabilities in Masculine and Feminine Cultures and Contexts In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2010)
Author(s): Kees Van den Bos, Joel Brockner, Jordan Stein, Dirk Steiner, Nico Van Yperen, Daphne Dekker

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Towards a "Fairer" Conception of Process Fairness: Why, When and How More May Not Always Be Better Than Less In The Academy of Management Annals (2009)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Batia Wiesenfeld, Kristina Diekmann

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When does high procedural fairness reduce self-evaluations following unfavorable outcomes?: The moderating effect of prevention focus In Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2008)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, David De Cremer, Ariel Fishman, Scott Spiegel

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Is More Fairness Always Preferred? Self-esteem Moderates Reactions to Procedural Justice In Academy of Management Journal (2007)
Author(s): Batia Wiesenfeld, William Swann Jr., Joel Brockner, Caroline Bartel

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Procedural Fairness, Outcome Favorability, and Judgments of an Authority's Responsibility In Journal of Applied Psychology (2007)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Ariel Fishman, Jochen Reb, Barry Goldman, Scott Spiegel, Charlee Garden

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The Moderating Influence of Procedural Fairness on the Relationship between Work-Life Conflict and Organizational Commitment In Journal of Applied Psychology (2005)
Author(s): Phyllis Siegel, Corrine Post, Joel Brockner, Ariel Fishman, Charlee Garden

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Perceived Control as an Antidote to the Negative Effects of Layoffs on Survivors' Organizational Commitment and Job Performance In Administrative Science Quarterly (2004)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Gretchen Spreitzer, Aneil Mishra, Wayne Hochwarter, Lewis Pepper, Janice Weinberg

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Regulatory Focus Theory and the Entrepreneurial Process In Journal of Business Venturing (2004)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, E. Tory Higgins

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It's Different to Give Than to Receive: Predictors of Givers' and Receivers' Reactions to Favor Exchange In Journal of Applied Psychology (2003)
Author(s): Joel Brockner

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Culture and Procedural Fairness: When the Effects of What You Do Depend Upon How You Do It In Administrative Science Quarterly (2000)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Ya-Ru Chen, Elizabeth Mannix, Kwok Leung, Daniel Skarlicki

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Identifying International Assignees at Risk for Premature Departure: The Interactive Effect of Outcome Favorability and Procedural Fairness In Journal of Applied Psychology (2000)
Author(s): Ron Garonzik, Joel Brockner, Phyllis Siegel

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The Escalation of Commitment to a Failing Course of Action: Towards Theoretical Progress In Academy of Management Review (1992)
Author(s): Joel Brockner

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CaseWorks

The Office: A Question of Fairness: Fall 2013
Author(s): Malia Mason, Joel Brockner

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Books

A contemporary look at organizational justice: Multiplying insult times injury (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner

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Working Papers

Not just holding forth: The effect of listening on leadership effectiveness Working paper (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Daniel Ames, Lily Benjamin

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Hedging your bets: Uncertainty about continued success reduces people's desire for high procedural fairness Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Batia Wiesenfeld, Phyllis Siegel, Shu Zhang

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In the Eyes of the Beholder? The Role of Dispositional Trust in Judgments of Procedural Fairness Working paper (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Emily Bianchi

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Corporate Volunteerism, the Experience of a Positive Self-Concept, and Organizational Commitment: Evidence from Two Field Studies Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Deanna Senior, Will Welch

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Trust in decision-making authorities dictates the form of the interactive relationship between outcome favorability and procedural fairness Working paper (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, Emily Bianchi, Kees Van den Bos, Philip Miles, Matthias Seifert, Lu Shannon, Henry Moon

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The Paradox of Process Fairness Working paper (2005)
Author(s): Joel Brockner

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Forthcoming Articles

When do procedural fairness and outcome favorability interact to influence organizational commitment? The moderating effect of uncertainty In Journal of Applied Psychology (2010)
Author(s): Joel Brockner, David De Cremer, Ariel Fishman, Marius van Dijke, Woody van Olffen, David Mayer

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