Lívia Markoczy is an Associate Professor of Orgamizations, Strategy and International Management. Her research interests include:
- Board and Top Management Team Diversity
- The Psychology of Strategic Decision Making
- Boards' and Top Management Teams' Political Ties and Firm Outcomes
- Behavioral Decision-Making
- Decision Making and Sense-Making in a Broader Context Including Group, Organizational, and Institutional Context
- Cross-Cultural Research
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When Everyone Works Harder for Fewer Rewards, Is it Fair? Implications of “Organization-Wide Hardship” for Managing and Studying Organizational Fairness As organizations compete in an increasingly global and challenging environment, “working” often requires working harder for fewer rewards. In this article, we introduce the concept of “organization-wide hardship,” which ...