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Souha R. Ezzedeen

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School of Human Resource Management

Associate Professor

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Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20269
Email: souha@yorku.ca

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Souha R. Ezzedeen holds a PhD in Business Administration and is a tenured associate professor of human resource management. Her research interests focus on topics at the intersection of careers, gender, and the dynamics of engagement in work, family, community, and leisure.

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Souha R. Ezzedeen joined the School of Human Resource Management in 2007. She was previously at the Pennsylvania State University School of Business Administration in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Prior to that, she was a doctoral student and visiting instructor at the George Washington University School of Business and Public Management (now, School of Business), where she completed her PhD in Business Administration with a focus on human resource management and organizational behavior and development. Souha's research interests focus on topics at the intersection of careers and career management, work-life balance, and gender, focusing specifically on interpretive explorations of the career and family strategies of various groups such as executive women, emerging adults, entrepreneurs, and dual-career couples. Her research has appeared in noted publications including Organizational Dynamics, Journal of Family Issues, Human Resource Management Review, and Journal of Career Development and has been cited in a number of local and international news outlets including the Globe and Mail, the Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Ezzedeen is also the recipient of numerous research awards. She is a two-time winner of the Michael J. Driver Best Careers Paper in the Regions Award presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Conference and her papers have been selected as best papers for awards including the Emerald Literati Network “Highly Commended” Award for Outstanding Papers and the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. Souha has also been engaged in university teaching for nearly twenty years and is the recipient of numerous accolades including The George Washington University Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award, the Harrisburg Chapter Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year Award, and multiple nominations for school- and faculty-level teaching awards.

Degrees

PhD HRM/OB&D, School of Business, George Washington University, Washington DC
MA Public Personnel Administration, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
BA Public Administration, American University of Beirut, Lebanon

Professional Leadership

College Academic Life Coordinator (1-year term), New College, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada, 2016-2017.

Undergraduate Program Director (3-year term), School of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada, 2015-2018.

Research Interests

Human Resources , Management, Work-Life Balance, Careers and Career Management, Gender in Management, Qualitative Research
Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Boiarintseva, G & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2017). Factors underlying the advancement of women in academia: A review. In Las Heras, M., Chinchilla, N., & Grau, M. (Eds.). The Work-Family Balance in Light of Globalization and Technology. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 155-180.

2017

Joseph, R.C. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2009) . Chapter CXXVII: E-government and e-HRM in the public sector. In Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in e-HRM. Teresa Torres-Coronas & Mario Arias-Oliva, (eds.) Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, p. 272-277.

2009

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). “Personal relationships: The effect on employee attitudes, behavior, and well-being,” edited by Eby, L. & Allen, T. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis, 2012. Personnel Psychology, 67(4), 984-987.

2015

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2014). “Gender and the dysfunctional workplace,” edited by Fox, S. & Lituchy, T. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012. Personnel Psychology, 67(2), 520-523.

2014

Aryafar, M. K. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2011) . “The trophy kids grow up: How the Millennial generation is shaking up the workplace,” by Alsop, R. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2009. Personnel Psychology, 64(1), 263-265.

2011

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Aryafar, M. K. (2010) . “Damned if she does, damned if she doesn’t: Rethinking the rules of the game that keep women from succeeding in business,” by Cronin, L. & Fine, H. New York, NY: Prometheus Books, 2010. Personnel Psychology, 63(4), 1075-1077.

2010

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2008) . “Total leadership: Be a better leader, have a richer life,” by Friedman, S.D. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2008. Personnel Psychology, 61(4), 936-939.

2008

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2007) . “Work: The world in photographs,” by Protzman, F. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2006. Human Resource Management, 46(2), 321-324.

2007

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2005) . “Leadership and power: Identity processes in groups and organizations,” by van Knippenberg, D. & Hogg, M.A. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2003. Personnel Psychology, 58(1), 212-215.

2005

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2004) . “Beyond work-family balance: Advancing gender equity and workplace performance,” by Rapoport, R., Bailyn, L., Fletcher, J.K., & Pruitt, B.H. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2002. Personnel Psychology, 57(2), 495-498.

2004

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2003) . “Human resource management in the knowledge economy: New challenges, new roles, new capabilities,” by Lengnick-Hall, M. & Lengnick-Hall, C. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2002. Personnel Psychology, 57(1), 1067-1070.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2002) . “Beyond juggling: Rebalancing your busy life,” by Sandholtz, K., Derr, B., Buckner, K., & Carlson, D.S. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2002. Human Resource Planning, 25(4), 54-55.

2002

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S. (2018). Can I have it all? Pre-career women’s positions on combining executive careers and family. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 37(6), 566-581.

2018

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Zikic, J. (2017). Finding balance amidst boundarylessness: An interpretive study of entrepreneurial work-life balance and boundary management. Journal of Family Issues, 38(11), 1546–1576.

2017

Wilkin, C., Fairlie, P., & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2016). Who let the dogs in? A look at pet-friendly workplaces. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 9(1), 96-109.

2016

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). Portrayals of career women in Hollywood films: Implications for the glass ceiling’s persistence. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 30(3), 239-264.

2015

Zikic, J. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). Towards a more integrated view of entrepreneurial careers: Qualitative explorations of career capital among technology entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 21(6), 756-777.

2015

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S.D. (2015). The glass ceiling and executive careers: Still an issue for pre-career women. Journal of Career Development, 42(5), 355-369.

2015

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2014). Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management, 53(5), 795-816.

2014

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2013) . The portrayal of professional and managerial women in North American films: Good or bad news for your executive pipeline? Organizational Dynamics, 42(3/4), 248-256.

2013

Samnani, A., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2013) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: An attributional model. Organizational Psychology Review, 3(4), 337-359.

2013

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Zikic, J. (2012) . Entrepreneurial experiences of women in Canadian high technology. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 4(1), 44-64.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2009) . Career advancement and family balance strategies of executive women. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 24(6), 388-­411.

2009

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2009) . Career and family strategies of executive women: Revisiting the quest to “have it all.” Organizational Dynamics, 38(4), 270-­280.

2009

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2008) . Facilitating class discussions around current and controversial issues: Ten recommendations for teachers. College Teaching, 56(4), 230-236.

2008

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K. G. (2008) . The man behind the woman: A qualitative study of the spousal support received and valued by executive women. Journal of Family Issues, 29(9), 1107-1135.

2008

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2007) . Development and initial validation of a cognitive-based work-nonwork conflict scale. Psychological Reports, 100(3), pp.979-999.

2007

Hyde, C.M., Ezzedeen, S. and K.R. Laurin. (2006) . Is Strategic Human Resource Management Socially Responsible? The Case of Wegmans Food Markets Inc. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 18(4), pp. 295-307.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2003) . Cognitive consequences of overwork. Human Resource Planning, 26(3), 7-8.

2003

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2001) . From Sorcery to Science: AHP, A Powerful New Tool for Executive Selection. Human Resource Planning, 24(3), pp. 15-26.

2001

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2001) . HR System Effectiveness in the Transformative Organization: Lessons from Libancell of Lebanon. Competitiveness Review, 11(1), pp.25-39

2001

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Riggi, C. (2012) . Devils and Contenders: Portrayals of professional and managerial women in North American motion pictures. Paper presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2012

Khapova, S. & Arthur, M.B. (2012) , with Chudzikowski, K., Demeter, P.G., Ezzedeen, S.R., Elfring, T., Khapova, S.N., Latzke, M., de Mol, E., Schiffinger, M., Taniguchi, T., & Zikic, J. (presenters) . Entrepreneurial career resources: How founders' career experiences influence their firms. Symposium presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

2012

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Human resource systems and sustained competitive advantage: An ethical climate perspective. Paper presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S. (2011) . Who cares about the glass ceiling? Preliminary findings of Generation Y women’s attitudes towards career and family. Paper presented at the 2011 Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2011

Samnani, A., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2010) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: The role of employee attributions. Paper presented at the 2010 Southern Management Association Conference. Saint Pete Beach, FL, USA.

2010

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2008) . Work and family strategies of high achieving women. Paper presentation at the 2008 Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

2008

Grossnickle, K. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2006) . The man behind the woman: Which spousal support behaviors do women executives value most? Paper presentation at the Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2006) . Teaching ethics through social problems: Pedagogical approaches, course design, and student reactions. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2006) . Absorbed in work: Meaning, antecedents, and consequences of cognitive-based work-nonwork conflict. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2003) . Work-life balance revisited: A cognitive approach. Paper presentation at the Academy of Management 2003 Conference, Seattle, WA, USA.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R., Swiercz, P.M., & Holt Jr., H.W. (2003) . Global executive socialization: A model and research agenda. Poster presentation at the Academy of Management 2003 Conference, Seattle, WA, USA.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2002) . Rethinking work-life balance: Development and validation of the cognitive intrusion of work scale (CIWS) – A dissertation research proposal. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2002 Conference, New Haven, CT, USA.

2002

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Rao, P. (2000) . Cross-cultural training and volunteer effectiveness overseas: The case of the Peace Corps. Paper presentation at the Southern Management Association 2000 Conference, Orlando, FL, USA.

2000

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (1999) . HR system effectiveness in the transformative organization: Lessons from Libancell of Lebanon. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 1999 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

1999

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (In press) . Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management.

2014


Souha R. Ezzedeen holds a PhD in Business Administration and is a tenured associate professor of human resource management. Her research interests focus on topics at the intersection of careers, gender, and the dynamics of engagement in work, family, community, and leisure.

Souha R. Ezzedeen joined the School of Human Resource Management in 2007. She was previously at the Pennsylvania State University School of Business Administration in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Prior to that, she was a doctoral student and visiting instructor at the George Washington University School of Business and Public Management (now, School of Business), where she completed her PhD in Business Administration with a focus on human resource management and organizational behavior and development. Souha's research interests focus on topics at the intersection of careers and career management, work-life balance, and gender, focusing specifically on interpretive explorations of the career and family strategies of various groups such as executive women, emerging adults, entrepreneurs, and dual-career couples. Her research has appeared in noted publications including Organizational Dynamics, Journal of Family Issues, Human Resource Management Review, and Journal of Career Development and has been cited in a number of local and international news outlets including the Globe and Mail, the Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Ezzedeen is also the recipient of numerous research awards. She is a two-time winner of the Michael J. Driver Best Careers Paper in the Regions Award presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Conference and her papers have been selected as best papers for awards including the Emerald Literati Network “Highly Commended” Award for Outstanding Papers and the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. Souha has also been engaged in university teaching for nearly twenty years and is the recipient of numerous accolades including The George Washington University Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award, the Harrisburg Chapter Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year Award, and multiple nominations for school- and faculty-level teaching awards.

Degrees

PhD HRM/OB&D, School of Business, George Washington University, Washington DC
MA Public Personnel Administration, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
BA Public Administration, American University of Beirut, Lebanon

Professional Leadership

College Academic Life Coordinator (1-year term), New College, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada, 2016-2017.

Undergraduate Program Director (3-year term), School of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada, 2015-2018.

Research Interests

Human Resources , Management, Work-Life Balance, Careers and Career Management, Gender in Management, Qualitative Research

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Boiarintseva, G & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2017). Factors underlying the advancement of women in academia: A review. In Las Heras, M., Chinchilla, N., & Grau, M. (Eds.). The Work-Family Balance in Light of Globalization and Technology. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 155-180.

2017

Joseph, R.C. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2009) . Chapter CXXVII: E-government and e-HRM in the public sector. In Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in e-HRM. Teresa Torres-Coronas & Mario Arias-Oliva, (eds.) Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, p. 272-277.

2009

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). “Personal relationships: The effect on employee attitudes, behavior, and well-being,” edited by Eby, L. & Allen, T. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis, 2012. Personnel Psychology, 67(4), 984-987.

2015

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2014). “Gender and the dysfunctional workplace,” edited by Fox, S. & Lituchy, T. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012. Personnel Psychology, 67(2), 520-523.

2014

Aryafar, M. K. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2011) . “The trophy kids grow up: How the Millennial generation is shaking up the workplace,” by Alsop, R. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2009. Personnel Psychology, 64(1), 263-265.

2011

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Aryafar, M. K. (2010) . “Damned if she does, damned if she doesn’t: Rethinking the rules of the game that keep women from succeeding in business,” by Cronin, L. & Fine, H. New York, NY: Prometheus Books, 2010. Personnel Psychology, 63(4), 1075-1077.

2010

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2008) . “Total leadership: Be a better leader, have a richer life,” by Friedman, S.D. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2008. Personnel Psychology, 61(4), 936-939.

2008

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2007) . “Work: The world in photographs,” by Protzman, F. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2006. Human Resource Management, 46(2), 321-324.

2007

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2005) . “Leadership and power: Identity processes in groups and organizations,” by van Knippenberg, D. & Hogg, M.A. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2003. Personnel Psychology, 58(1), 212-215.

2005

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2004) . “Beyond work-family balance: Advancing gender equity and workplace performance,” by Rapoport, R., Bailyn, L., Fletcher, J.K., & Pruitt, B.H. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2002. Personnel Psychology, 57(2), 495-498.

2004

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2003) . “Human resource management in the knowledge economy: New challenges, new roles, new capabilities,” by Lengnick-Hall, M. & Lengnick-Hall, C. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2002. Personnel Psychology, 57(1), 1067-1070.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2002) . “Beyond juggling: Rebalancing your busy life,” by Sandholtz, K., Derr, B., Buckner, K., & Carlson, D.S. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2002. Human Resource Planning, 25(4), 54-55.

2002

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S. (2018). Can I have it all? Pre-career women’s positions on combining executive careers and family. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 37(6), 566-581.

2018

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Zikic, J. (2017). Finding balance amidst boundarylessness: An interpretive study of entrepreneurial work-life balance and boundary management. Journal of Family Issues, 38(11), 1546–1576.

2017

Wilkin, C., Fairlie, P., & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2016). Who let the dogs in? A look at pet-friendly workplaces. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 9(1), 96-109.

2016

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). Portrayals of career women in Hollywood films: Implications for the glass ceiling’s persistence. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 30(3), 239-264.

2015

Zikic, J. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2015). Towards a more integrated view of entrepreneurial careers: Qualitative explorations of career capital among technology entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 21(6), 756-777.

2015

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S.D. (2015). The glass ceiling and executive careers: Still an issue for pre-career women. Journal of Career Development, 42(5), 355-369.

2015

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2014). Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management, 53(5), 795-816.

2014

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2013) . The portrayal of professional and managerial women in North American films: Good or bad news for your executive pipeline? Organizational Dynamics, 42(3/4), 248-256.

2013

Samnani, A., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2013) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: An attributional model. Organizational Psychology Review, 3(4), 337-359.

2013

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Zikic, J. (2012) . Entrepreneurial experiences of women in Canadian high technology. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 4(1), 44-64.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2009) . Career advancement and family balance strategies of executive women. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 24(6), 388-­411.

2009

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2009) . Career and family strategies of executive women: Revisiting the quest to “have it all.” Organizational Dynamics, 38(4), 270-­280.

2009

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2008) . Facilitating class discussions around current and controversial issues: Ten recommendations for teachers. College Teaching, 56(4), 230-236.

2008

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K. G. (2008) . The man behind the woman: A qualitative study of the spousal support received and valued by executive women. Journal of Family Issues, 29(9), 1107-1135.

2008

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2007) . Development and initial validation of a cognitive-based work-nonwork conflict scale. Psychological Reports, 100(3), pp.979-999.

2007

Hyde, C.M., Ezzedeen, S. and K.R. Laurin. (2006) . Is Strategic Human Resource Management Socially Responsible? The Case of Wegmans Food Markets Inc. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 18(4), pp. 295-307.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2003) . Cognitive consequences of overwork. Human Resource Planning, 26(3), 7-8.

2003

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2001) . From Sorcery to Science: AHP, A Powerful New Tool for Executive Selection. Human Resource Planning, 24(3), pp. 15-26.

2001

Ezzedeen, S. and P.M. Swiercz. (2001) . HR System Effectiveness in the Transformative Organization: Lessons from Libancell of Lebanon. Competitiveness Review, 11(1), pp.25-39

2001

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Riggi, C. (2012) . Devils and Contenders: Portrayals of professional and managerial women in North American motion pictures. Paper presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2012

Khapova, S. & Arthur, M.B. (2012) , with Chudzikowski, K., Demeter, P.G., Ezzedeen, S.R., Elfring, T., Khapova, S.N., Latzke, M., de Mol, E., Schiffinger, M., Taniguchi, T., & Zikic, J. (presenters) . Entrepreneurial career resources: How founders' career experiences influence their firms. Symposium presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

2012

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Human resource systems and sustained competitive advantage: An ethical climate perspective. Paper presented at the Academy of Management 2012 Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2012

Ezzedeen, S.R., Budworth, M.H., & Baker, S. (2011) . Who cares about the glass ceiling? Preliminary findings of Generation Y women’s attitudes towards career and family. Paper presented at the 2011 Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2011

Samnani, A., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2010) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: The role of employee attributions. Paper presented at the 2010 Southern Management Association Conference. Saint Pete Beach, FL, USA.

2010

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2008) . Work and family strategies of high achieving women. Paper presentation at the 2008 Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Washington, DC, USA.

2008

Grossnickle, K. & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2006) . The man behind the woman: Which spousal support behaviors do women executives value most? Paper presentation at the Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. (2006) . Teaching ethics through social problems: Pedagogical approaches, course design, and student reactions. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2006) . Absorbed in work: Meaning, antecedents, and consequences of cognitive-based work-nonwork conflict. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2006 Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA.

2006

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2003) . Work-life balance revisited: A cognitive approach. Paper presentation at the Academy of Management 2003 Conference, Seattle, WA, USA.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R., Swiercz, P.M., & Holt Jr., H.W. (2003) . Global executive socialization: A model and research agenda. Poster presentation at the Academy of Management 2003 Conference, Seattle, WA, USA.

2003

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (2002) . Rethinking work-life balance: Development and validation of the cognitive intrusion of work scale (CIWS) – A dissertation research proposal. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 2002 Conference, New Haven, CT, USA.

2002

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Rao, P. (2000) . Cross-cultural training and volunteer effectiveness overseas: The case of the Peace Corps. Paper presentation at the Southern Management Association 2000 Conference, Orlando, FL, USA.

2000

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Swiercz, P.M. (1999) . HR system effectiveness in the transformative organization: Lessons from Libancell of Lebanon. Paper presentation at the Eastern Academy of Management 1999 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

1999

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (In press) . Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management.

2014