Dr. Jerald Greenberg
2005 Herbert Heneman Jr. Career Achievement Award
Academy of Management, Human Resources Division
2006 Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award
Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Irving Abramowitz Memorial Professor in Business Policy and Ethics, The Ohio State University
Areas of Expertise
- Organizational justice
- Deviant workplace behavior
- Business ethics
Dr. Greenberg’s professional honors include a Fulbright Senior Research Fellowship and the William Owens Scholarly Contribution to Management Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management. He won the Academy of Management’s New Concept Award and twice won the Best Paper Award.
Greenberg is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the American Psychological Society. He was elected a member the honorary Society for Organizational Behavior.
Greenberg is past-chair of the Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management and was a member of the Ethics Task Force. In addition, he was appointed to the City of Columbus’ Commission on Ethics and Values. He is active on many professional editorial review boards and is associate editor, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Greenberg has authored over 150 publications, specializing in organizational ethics and justice. He lectures extensively on this topic, giving more than 100 national and international professional presentations. His current research focuses on organizational justice, stress, and employee theft. Among his publications are twenty books, including The Quest for Justice on the Job, Antisocial Behavior in Organizations (with Giacalone); the Handbook of Organizational Justice (with Colquitt), and Equity and Justice in Social Behavior (with Cohen). His forthcoming books include Ethical Behavior in Business, and Insidious Workplace Behavior.