Jerald Greenberg, Jason A. Colquitt
Published September 11, 2014
ISBN 9781138012738 - CAT# Y164692
Published March 10, 2005
Reference - 674 Pages
ISBN 9780805842036 - CAT# ER7889
Published May 13, 2013
ISBN 9780203774847 - CAT# YE30141
May 13, 2013
by Psychology Press
ISBN 9780203774847 - CAT# YE30141
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"...for those interested in pursuing a research career with a specific focus on justice...this book is really valuable, because it provides a complete overview and it introduces many suggestions for future research. In addition, the handbook can also be used for courses designed for the more advanced student levels. And, finally, it offers insights that are useful for organizational practice."
—European Jouran of Work and Organizational Psychology
"This volume does a wonderful job of bringing the literature on organizational justice together in one place, and it does so in the words of most of the leading scholars in the field. It will serve well as an accessible introduction to the field for an interested newcomer and extremely useful reference book for those of us working in the field."
—British Journal of Industrial Relations
"This is a wonderful compendium of our current knowledge of the science of organizational and social fairness. Here one will find all of the classic and current theories, as well as deep discussion of both longstanding and more recent issues in the field, and here too one can meet a good sample of the personalities involved in advancing this important area of organizational behavior research. The book is well-structured, avoiding redundancy while at the same time highlighting linkages between topics and chapters. Whether you want a complete reference work, an excellent introduction to the field--or for that matter--a case studying the development of scientific literature from scratch to a vibrant discipline beginning in the mid 20th century and extending to today, this book belongs on your bookshelf"
"Greenberg and Colquitt have produced not only the first handbook for organizational justice researchers, but also the seminal compilation. This volume is an impressive compendium of the best and most current thinking of the field's leading theorists as they systematically address its most serious and important questions. The volume is well organized and touches all of the necessary bases. In a series of impressive and illuminating chapters, justice scholars explore issues of construct validity, the judgmental underpinnings of organizational justice decisions, and the important consequences of those decisions....
The book also tackles major real-world applications and examines issues of generalizing across organizations and cultures. This book effectively pulls together two decades of theory and research on justice in organizational settings. Greenberg and Colquitt's book constitutes not only essential reading for contemporary scholars, but will remain the critical reference for years to come."
—Roderick M. Kramer
"This will be an indispensable reference book for anyone--scholars and students alike--interested in the topic of organizational justice. It is, in a phrase, a cutting-edge book on a cutting-edge subject. The 20 chapters comprise an extremely comprehensive overview of the multiple facets of the subject and in toto serve as a beacon to guide further research and conceptualizing in this area. The organization of the chapters into major sections such as 'construct validity issues,' 'the justice judgment process,' and 'justice effects' adds to the usefulness of the book for readers. Bottom line: a 'must-have' book if you want to learn--and understand--more about organizational justice."
University of California at Irvine