Lavelle, J.J., Rupp, D.E., Manegold, J., & Thornton, M. (2015). “Multifoci Justice and Target Similarity: Emerging Research and Extensions.” In M. Ambrose & R. Cropanzano (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Justice in Work Organizations. Oxford: Oxford Press.
Lavelle, J.J., Folger, R., & Manegold, J. (In press) “Delivering Bad News: How Procedural Unfairness Affects Messengers’ Distancing and Refusals.” Journal of Business Ethics.
Herda, D. N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2015). “Client Identification and Client Commitment in a Privately Held Client Setting: Unique Constructs with Opposite Effects on Auditor Objectivity.” Accounting Horizons, 29, 3, 577-601..
Herda, D. N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2013). “Auditor Commitment to Privately-Held Clients and its Effect on Value-Added Audit Service.” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 32, 1, 113-137.
Herda, D. N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2012). “The Auditor-Audit Firm Relationship and its Effect on Burnout and Turnover Intention.” Accounting Horizons, 26, 4, 707–723.
Herda, D. N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2011). “The Effects of Organizational Fairness and commitment on the extent of benefits Big Four alumni provide their former firm.”
Accounting, Organizations and Society, 36 (3), 156-166.
Lavelle, J.J. (2010). “What Motivates OCB? Insights from the Volunteerism Literature.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31, 918-923.
Lavelle, J.J., Brockner, J., Konovsky, M.A., Price, K., Henley, A., Taneja, A., & Vinekar, V. (2009). “Commitment, Procedural Fairness, and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Multifoci Analysis.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30, 337-357.*
*Finalist for the Best Published Paper Award in the Journal of Organizational Behavior during 2009.
Lavelle, J.J., McMahan, G.C., & Harris, C. (2009). “Fairness in Human Resource Management, Social Exchange Relationships, and Citizenship Behavior: Testing Linkages of the Target Similarity Model among Nurses in the United States.” The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 12, 2419-2434.
Lavelle, J.J., Rupp, D.E., & Brockner, J. (2007). “Taking a Multifoci Approach to the Study of Justice, Social Exchange, and Citizenship Behavior: The Target Similarity Model.” Journal of Management, 3, 841-866.
Price, K., Lavelle, J.J., Henley, A.B., Cocchaiara, F., & Buchanan, R. (2006). “Judging the Fairness of Voice-Based Participation Across Multiple and Interrelated Stages of Decision Making.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 99: 212-226.
van den Bos, K., Burrows, J.W., Umphress, E.E., Folger, R., Lavelle, J.J., Gee, J., & Eaglestone, J. (2005). “Prior Experiences as Temporal Frames of Reference in Social Justice: The Influence of Previous Fairness Experiences on Reactions to New and Old Supervisors.” Social Justice Research, 18, 99-120.
Turillo, C.J., Folger, R., Lavelle, J.J., Umphress, E.E., Gee, J. (2002). “Is Virtue its Own Reward? Self-sacrificial Decisions for the Sake of Fairness.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 89, 839-865.
Herda, D.N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2015). "How Client Identification and Client Commitment Uniquely Influence Auditor Objectivity." Practitoner Summary, Current Issues in Auditing, 9, 36-41.
Herda, D.N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2014) Auditing
Subsequent Events: Perspectives from the Field. Current Issues in Auditing:
8, 2, 10-24. *
*A Summary of this research has been selected to appear in the Journal of Accountancy.
Herda, D. N. & Lavelle, J.J. (2013). “How the Auditor-Client Relationship Affects the Extent of Value-Added Service Provided to the Client.” Practitioner Summary, Current Issues in Auditing, 7, 9-14.