Judi McLean Parks


Reuben C. and Anne Carpenter Taylor Professor of Organizational Behavior

Judi McLean Parks

Judi McLean Parks


Professor McLean Parks previously taught at the Industrial Relations Center at University of Minnesota; Cornell University; and Institute d'Administration des Entreprises, Université Jean Moulin Lyon III, Lyon, France.

Area of Expertise


International Business, Management Development, Motivation, Human Resource Management/Industrial Relations, Negotiation, Organizational Change and Development, International Business, Management Development, Motivation, Negotiation, Organizational Change and Development

Education


  • Ph D 1990, University of Iowa
  • MA 1988, University of Iowa
  • BBA 1985, Iowa State University

Academic/Professional Activities


  • Other, Academy of Management Conflict Division
  • Member, Academy of Management
  • Board Member, International Association for Conflict Management
  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Organizational Behavior

Awards/Honors


  • Olin Award, Olin Business School, 2011
  • Reid Teaching Award, Olin Business School, 2011
  • Best Paper, OB Division, Academy of Management Meetings, 1998
  • Best Theory Paper, International Association for Conflict management, 1996
  • Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Runner Up, Academy of Management meetings, 1993
  • Research Fellow, Summer , Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1992
  • Irwin Dissertation Fellowship Grant, 1989

Research Interests


Organizational behavior, conflict management and dispute resolution, psychological contracts and workplace justice, diversity and socio-cultural and cross-cultural management factors, revenge in the workplace, and organizational identity

Personal Interests


Judi's hobbies include genealogy, gourmet cooking, antiquing, classical music, gardening, and tracking bears (with a camera). She has two children and three grandchildren.

Selected Publications


  • "Lambs among lions? The impact of ethical ideology on negotiation behaviors and outcomes.", International Negotiation Journal, 235-260, with J Banas, 2002
  • "The name game: Employability evaluations of prototypical applicants with stereotypical female and male first names", Sex Roles, 63-82, with F Smith, F Tabak, S Showail, J Kleist, 2005
  • "Employee reactions to distributions and recoveries: Rules, resources and egocentric interactions", Journal of Management, 329-349, with D Conlon, C. Porter, 2004
  • "Fitting square pegs into round holes: Mapping the domain of contingent work arrangements onto the psychological contract", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 697-730, with D Kidder, D Gallagher, 1998
  • "The fourth arm of justice: The art and science of revenge", 113-144, 1997

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Judi McLean Parks