Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Procedural justice, Economic Justice, Organizational behavior and Justice. He has included themes like Equity theory and Equity in his Social psychology study. The Procedural justice study combines topics in areas such as Cognition, Distributive justice and Social perception.
His study in Economic Justice is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deontic logic and Injustice. His Organizational behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organizational justice, Interactional justice, Organizational effectiveness and Law and economics. His Justice research incorporates elements of Relative deprivation, Service, Consumer satisfaction, Outcome and Human resource management.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Procedural justice, Organizational justice, Economic Justice and Organizational behavior. The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Justice, Cognition, Perception and Equity. His research integrates issues of Relative deprivation, Distributive justice and Equity theory in his study of Procedural justice.
His specific area of interest is Organizational justice, where Robert Folger studies Interactional justice. His research ties Law and economics and Economic Justice together. His work focuses on many connections between Organizational behavior and other disciplines, such as Morality, that overlap with his field of interest in Criminology.
Social psychology, Organizational justice, Measure, Perception and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His studies link Test with Social psychology. Robert Folger has researched Organizational justice in several fields, including Justice, Norm, Dilemma and Fairness perceptions.
While the research belongs to areas of Fairness perceptions, Robert Folger spends his time largely on the problem of Counterfactual thinking, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Organizational behavior and Framing effect. Robert Folger interconnects Deontic logic, Human resource management and Normative in the investigation of issues within Perception. When carried out as part of a general Public relations research project, his work on Business ethics is frequently linked to work in Information security policy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Organizational justice, Fairness perceptions, Public relations and Test. His Social psychology research focuses on Anger in particular. His research integrates issues of Abusive supervision, Moderated mediation, Deviance, Contentment and Ethical behavior in his study of Anger.
His studies in Fairness perceptions integrate themes in fields like Norm, Framing, Conceptualization and Normative. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Justice, Goal setting and Set. His Test research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural equation modeling, Self-fulfilling prophecy, Deception and Cheating.
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Effects of Procedural and Distributive Justice on Reactions to Pay Raise Decisions
Robert Folger;Mary A. Konovsky.
RETALIATION IN THE WORKPLACE: THE ROLES OF DISTRIBUTIVE, PROCEDURAL, AND INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Robert Folger.
Organizational Justice and Human Resource Management
Robert Folger;Russell Cropanzano.
Distributive and procedural justice: Combined impact of voice and improvement on experienced inequity.
Fairness theory: Justice as accountability.
Robert Folger;Russell Cropanzano.
The relationship between ethical leadership and core job characteristics.
Ronald F. Piccolo;Rebecca Greenbaum;Deanne N. den Hartog;Robert Folger.
Personality as a Moderator in the Relationship Between Fairness and Retaliation
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Robert Folger;Paul Tesluk.
Interactive Effects of Procedural Justice and Outcome Negativity on Victims and Survivors of Job Loss
Joel Brockner;Mary Konovsky;Rochelle Cooper-Schneider;Robert Folger.
Procedural Justice, Participation, and the Fair Process Effect in Groups and Organizations
Jerald Greenberg;Robert Folger.
Social Justice in a Diverse Society
Robert Folger;Tom R. Tyler;Robert J. Boeckmann;Heather J. Smith.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1999)
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