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High Res Photo Franklin D. Schurz Professor of Management
Areas of Expertise
Management psychology, leadership personality, moods, emotions, and career and life success
Judge has published 130 articles in refereed journals, including 82 in top-tier journals. He is a fellow of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society and serves on the editorial review boards of eight journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Personnel Psychology. He currently serves on the Academy of Management’s Board of Governors.
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ND NEWSWIRE ARTICLES
Go-getters fall short in happiness and health, new study shows
Research shows men get ahead for being “disagreeable” in the workplace; women don’t
IN THE NEWS
CBS—Should Groupon’s board follow ousted CEO?
MSNBC—Weak economy breeds more co-worker rivalry
Ventura County Star—Emotional Fitness: Ambition might not be so good for you
The Atlantic—Study of the Day: Ambition May Bring Success, But Not Happiness?
CNN—Why ambition could make you rich, but not happy
MSNBC—Having it all: ambitious, successful and they live longer, too
Fox News—Study: Ambitious people unhappier, don’t live as long
Huffington Post—Ambition = Success = Happiness? Not Quite
Huffington Post—Ivy Leaguers’ Mortality Is High, Happiness Is Low, According To New Study
International Business Times—Researchers Find Out Why Nice Guys Do Finish Last
Forbes—Are “Thank You” and “Sorry” Stunting You Professionally?
Fox News Business—Why Being the Office Jerk Could Pay Off
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno—Opening Monologue
Chicago Sun-Times—Disagreeable men earn more, says study
Forbes—Will A Raise Make You Like Your Job Better? Maybe Not
NPR—At Work, Why Meanness Pays Off
Chronicle of Higher Education—Does It Pay to Be a Jerk?
Washington Post—Nice guys don’t always have to finish last
Wall Street Journal—Which Stocks Are Risky? Ask the F.A.A.
St. Petersburg Times—Being mean for fun, profit
CNN—Not nice guys, but cowards, finish last
NBC— NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams
New York Daily News—Nice guys earn less than men who say they are disagreeable in workplace, study shows
Forbes—Niceness Doesn’t Pay – But It Should!
United Press International—Study: Nice guys make lower salaries
Los Angeles Times—Is meanness a moneymaker? Nice guys are paid less, study finds
NPR—Yes, That Jerk Really Does Make More Than You
CNN—Nice guys earn less, study finds
\ CNN Newsroom—President Obama Talking Jobs in the Heartland; Stocks Dip; When Teachers Cheat; Beating Childhood Obesity; Perry’s Texas Twang; Grieving After Egypt’s Revolution
Huffington Post—Nice Women Finish Last At Work, Study Says
CNBC—That Jerk at Work May Get Paid More Than You
ABC News—Nice Guys and Women Earn the Least Amount of Money
Times of India—‘Nice guys fare poorly in salary negotiation’
Christian Post—Study: ‘Nice Guys’ Earn Less, but Women Finish Last
Minnesota Public Radio—Yes, That Jerk Really Does Make More Than You
BNET—7 Ways to Avoid Companies That Overpay Jerks
Los Angeles Times—Consumer Confidential: Mean money, Google phones, wiener war
Wall Street Journal—Do Nice Guys Finish Last?
CNN—Nice guys earn less, study finds
Wall Street Journal—Hey, You! Mean People Earn More, Study Finds
The Globe and Mail—Nice guys make less than ‘highly disagreeable’ men
CTV—Nice guys make less than ‘highly disagreeable’ men
BNET—It Doesn’t Pay to Be Nice. This is How Much It Costs
International criminal law, complex criminal litigation, terrorism, terrorist financing, anti-money laundering, organized crime
Law, morality, and religion, religious freedom, medical ethics, complicity with wrongdoing, Catholic moral theology
Anthropology of war and peace, terrorism, militant groups, religion and conflict, guerilla warfare, human rights, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India
Intellectual property, including patent, trademark, copyright, and the right of publicity, and torts
Warfare, anthropology of war and peace, epicenters of conflict and peacebuilding, transnational crime, globalization, gender, culture theory
International law, international legal regulation of the use of force, conflict and dispute resolution
Bioethics, governance of science, medicine, and biotechnology according to ethical principles, abortion, stem cell research