Joerg Dietz, Ph.D.

2000 Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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Arthur P. Brief grad student 2000 Tulane
 (Serving employees in service organizations: Three competing models of organizational climate for employee well-being. Effects on organizational effectiveness.)
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Dietz J, Joshi C, Esses VM, et al. (2015) The skill paradox: explaining and reducing employment discrimination against skilled immigrants International Journal of Human Resource Management. 26: 1318-1334
Dietz J, Antonakis J, Hoffrage U, et al. (2014) Teaching evidence-based management with a focus on producing local evidence Academy of Management Learning and Education. 13: 397-414
Chui CWS, Dietz J. (2014) Observing Workplace Incivility Towards Women: The Roles of Target Reactions, Actor Motives, and Actor-Target Relationships Sex Roles. 71: 95-108
Dietz J, Kleinlogel EP. (2014) Wage Cuts and Managers' Empathy: How a Positive Emotion Can Contribute to Positive Organizational Ethics in Difficult Times Journal of Business Ethics. 119: 461-472
Binggeli S, Dietz J, Krings F. (2013) Immigrants: A Forgotten Minority Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 6: 107-113
Pugh SD, Dietz J, Brief AP, et al. (2008) Looking inside and out: the impact of employee and community demographic composition on organizational diversity climate. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 93: 1422-8
Petersen LE, Dietz J. (2008) Employment discrimination: authority figures' demographic preferences and followers' affective organizational commitment. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 93: 1287-300
Umphress EE, Smith-Crowe K, Brief AP, et al. (2007) When birds of a feather flock together and when they do not: status composition, social dominance orientation, and organizational attractiveness. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 92: 396-409
James EH, Brief AP, Dietz J, et al. (2001) Prejudice matters: understanding the reactions of Whites to affirmative action programs targeted to benefit Blacks. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 86: 1120-8
Brief AP, Dietz J, Cohen RR, et al. (2000) Just Doing Business: Modern Racism and Obedience to Authority as Explanations for Employment Discrimination. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 81: 72-97
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