Kristina  Diekmann
  • Professor, Management Department
  • Angus T. Shearer Professor of Ethics, Management Department
  • Associate Department Chair, Management Department

Research Statement

Ethics and fairness, social (mis)perception, gender issues in the workplace, negotiation, impression management

Presentations

  • KRISTINA DIEKMANN (2009) Why we condemn others: The role of faulty behavioral forecasts. , Presented, 2009.
  • Diekmann, K.A., & Soderberg, A.T. & Tenbrunsel, A.E. (2012) Fairness and ethics in bargaining and negotiation (Handbook of research in negotiation conference, Kellogg). , Presented, 2012.
  • Diekmann, K., & Tenbrunsel, A.E, Galinsky, A.D. (2002). Deceiving ourselves: The effect of competitive expectations on negotiators' predictions and outcomes. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. , Other, 2002.
  • Diekmann, K.(1995). The role of "implicit justifications" in legitimizing and justifying self-serving group allocations. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. , Other, 1995.
  • Goodwin, R., & Dodson, S., Chambers, M., Davani, A., Dehghani, M., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2020) Victim damning denials: How alleged harassers' response affects third parties' moral reactions to sexual hraassment victims (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2020.
  • Dodson, S., & Goodwin, R.D., Chambers, M., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2020) He's hired, she's not: Moral foundations, himpathy, and attitudes toward sexual misconduct (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2020.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Dungan, J., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2020) Loyalty, psychological closeness, and perceptions of whistleblower credibility (International Assoc for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2020.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Dodson, S., Rees, M.R., & Diekmann, K.A. (2020) Power, status, construal, and compassion (International Assoc for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2020.
  • Dodson, S., & Goodwin, R.D., Wakslak, C., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2020) Leader gender and construal elicitation (Distances in Organizations). , Presented, 2020.
  • Dodson, S.J., & Goodwin, R.D., Wakslak, C., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Leader gender and construal elicitation: Is he seen as more visionary than she? (Academy of Management)). , Presented, 2019.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Dodson, S., Chen, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Gender, perceived power, and desire to lead: Why women don't "lean in" to leadership (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., & Rees, M.R. & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Sexual harassment in academia: Antecedents and consequences from a moral lens (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Chambers, M., & Davani, A.M., Goodwin, R.D., Dodson, S.J., Yeh, L., Dehghani, M., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) The power of silence: Using sentiment text analysis to examine Twitter responses to sexual harassment accounts (International Association for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Dodson, S.J., & Goodwin, R.D., Chambers, M., Graham, J. & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) She said, he said - but who is responsible? A real-world conceptual replication linking moral foundatoins and attitudes toward sexual assault victims and perpetrators (International Association for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Good intentions aren't enough: Moral courage in opposing sexual harasssment (International Association for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Shannahan, D.B., & Meikle, N.L., Tenbrunsel, A.E., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Ethical decisions in groups: Combining preferences of members with divergent decision frames (INGroup). , Presented, 2019.
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., & Diekmann, K.A., Shao, R., & Skarlicki, D. (2019) Deceiving groups versus individuals: The interactive effect of plurality, group status, and collectivism on the decision to misrepresent information to others (European Academy of Management). , Presented, 2019.
  • Dodson, S.J., & Goodwin, R.D., Wakslak, C., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Leader gender and construal elicitation: Is he seen as more visionary than she? (Distances in Organizations). , Presented, 2019.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Dodson, S., Chen, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Why women don't "lean in" to leadership in male-dominated domains (International Convention of Psychological Science). , Presented, 2019.
  • Goodwin, R.D., & Dodson, S., Chen, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Gender, perceived power, and desire to lead: Why women don't "lean in" to leadership positions (Society for Personality and Social Psychology). , Presented, 2019.
  • Dodson, S.J., & Goodwin, R.D., Wakslak, C., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K.A. (2019) Leader gender and construal elicitation: Is he seen as more visionary than she? (Society for Personality and Social Psychology). , Presented, 2019.
  • Diekmann, K.A., & Rees, M.R., & Tenbrunsel, A.E. (2018) Motivated blindness: A bounded ethicality perspective on sexual harassment (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2018.
  • Rees, M.R., & Tenbrunsel, A.E., & Diekmann, K.A. (2017) "It's just business": What's wrong with the business frame and fixing it with construal level (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2017.
  • Rees, M.R., & Tenbrunsel, A.E., & Diekmann, K.A. (2017) "It's just business": What's wrong with the business frame and fixing it with construal level (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2017.
  • Soderberg, A.T., & Rees, M.R., Diekmann, K.A., & Sondak, H. (2017) Voice vs. truth: Differential effects of voice and lying on self- and other-perceived status (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2017.
  • Soderberg, A.T., & Rees, M.R., Diekmann, K.A., & Sondak, H. (2017) Voice vs. truth: Differential effects of voice and lying on self- and other-perceived status (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2017.
  • Sillito-Walker, S., & Smith, I., Diekmann, K.A., & Hunsaker, D. (2016) The oiffender bias: How face concerns lead offenders to underestimate the ability of an apology to restore victims' fairness perceptions (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2016.
  • Sillito-Walker, S., & Smith, I., Diekmann, K.A., & Hunsaker, D. (2016) The offender bias: How face concerns lead offenders to underestimate the ability to restore victims' fairness perceptions (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2016.
  • Soderberg, A.T., & Rees, M.R., Diekmann, K.A., & Sondak, H. (2016) Being given voice versus told the trust: The differential effects of two elements of procedural fairness on self- and other-perceived status (Society for Personality and Social Psychology). , Presented, 2016.
  • Soderberg, A.T., & Rees, M.R., Diekmann, K.A., & Sondak, H. (2016) Being given voice versus told the truth: The differential effects of two elements of procedural fairness on self- and other-perceived status (Society for Personality and Social Psychology). , Presented, 2016.
  • Shao, R., & Tenbrunsel, A., Diekmann, K.A., & Skarlicki, D.P. (2015) Predicting unethical behavior: The interactive role of plurality, status and culture on misrepresentating information (4th International Workshop on Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics). , Presented, 2015.
  • Vadera, A.K., & Tenbrunsel, A.E., Diekmann, K.A. (2014) Why the whistle often remains silent: The role of ethical infrastructure, construal level, and planned behavior on whistle-blowing (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2014.
  • Rees, M.R., & Tenbrunsel, A.E., Diekmann, K.A. (2014) The effects of construal on decision frame and unethical behavior (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2014.
  • Rees, M.R., & Tenbrunsel, A.E., Diekmann, K.A. (2014) When two wrongs make a right: Covering up our unfair mistakes with unethical behavior (International Social Justice Research). , Presented, 2014.
  • Vadera, A.K, & Tenbrunsel, A.E. & Diekmann, K.A. (2012) Investigation of how ethical infrastructure facilitates whistle-blowing intentions and behaviors (Academy of Management). , Presented, 2012.
  • Rockmann, K.W., & Barsness, Z.I. (2011) Should I go into the office? How remote (vs. onsite) team mebers can uniquely build trust through face-to-face contact (International Association for Conflict Management). , Presented, 2011.

Publications

  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., Bazerman, M.H. (date unknown). Escalation and negotiation: Two themes in the work of Jeffrey Z. Rubin. Negotiation eclectics: Essays in memory of Jeffrey Z. Rubin. Accepted, .
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., Bazerman, M.H. (date unknown). Fairness, justification, and dispute resolution.. Workplace dispute resolution: Directions for the Twenty-First Century. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A. (date unknown). Fairness and ethics in bargaining and negotiation.. Handbook of research in negotiation. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Tinsley, C.H. (date unknown). The decline and fall of the conglomerate firm in the 1980s: The deinstitutionalization of an organizational form. Vol. reprint, The new economic sociology: A reader. Accepted, .
  • Rees, M.R. (date unknown). "It's just business": Understanding how business frames differ from ethical frames and the impact on unethical behavior. Journal of Business Ethics. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A. (date unknown). Job decision inconsistencies involving social comparison information: The role of dominating alternatives. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 87, 1149-1158. Accepted, .
  • Scroth, H.A., Shah, P.P, Diekmann, K.A., Tenbrunsel, A.E. (date unknown). The inconsistent role of comparison others and procedural justice in reactions to hypothetical job descriptions: Implications for job acceptance decisions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 60, 326-352. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Wade-Benzoni, K., & Bazerman, M.H. (date unknown). The ethical mirage: A temporal explanation as to why we aren’t as ethical as we think we are. Research in Organizational Behavior. Vol. 30. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Polzer, J.T., Crosby, F.J., Messick, D.M. (date unknown). Organization of information and the detection of gender discrimination. Psychological Science. Vol. 5, 226-231. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). "She did what? There is no way I would do that!" The potential interpersonal harm caused by mispredicting one's behavior. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 80, 5-11. Accepted, .
  • Sondak, H., Barsness, Z.I. (date unknown). Does fairness matter more to some than to others? The moderating effect of workplace status on the relationship between procedural fairness and job satisfaction. Social Justice Research. Vol. 20, 161-180. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Book review of "Negotiations and Change: From the Workplace to Society. Administrative Science Quarterly. Vol. 49, 318-321. Accepted, .
  • Barsness, Z.I., Sondak, H. (date unknown). Uncertainty, fairness perceptions, and job satisfaction: A field study. Social Justice Research. Vol. 17, 237-255. Accepted, .
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., Galinsky, A.D. (date unknown). From self-prediction to self-defeat: Behavioral forecasting, self-fulfilling prophecies, and the effect of competitive expectations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 85, 672-683. Accepted, .
  • Samuels, S.M., Ross, L., Bazerman, M.H. (date unknown). Self-interest and fairness in problems of resource allocation: Allocators versus recipients. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 72, 1061-1074. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). "Implicit justifications" and self-serving group allocations. Journal of Organizational Behavior. Vol. 18, 3-16. Accepted, .
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E., Shah, P.P., Schroth, H.A., Bazerman, M.H. (date unknown). The descriptive and prescriptive use of previous purchase price in negotiations. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 66, 179-191. Accepted, .
  • Goodwin, R.D. (date unknown). Gender, perceived power, and desire to lead: Why women don't "lean in" to leadership positions. Psychology of Women Quarterly. Vol. 44, 468-487. Accepted, .
  • Desai, S.D. (date unknown). When fairness neither satisfies nor motivates: The role of risk aversion and uncertainty reduction in attenuating and reversing the fair process effect. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 116, 32-45. Accepted, .
  • Brockner, J. (date unknown). Towards a "fairer" conception of process fairness: How, when and why more may not always be better than less. Academy of Management Annals. Vol. 3, 139-172. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Seidel, M.L. (date unknown). Motivation and opportunity: The role of remote work, demographic dissimilarity, and social network centrality in impression management. Academy of Management Journal. Vol. 48, 401-419. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A.., McCartney, K. (date unknown). Social connectedness and mothering: Effects of maternal employment and maternal absence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 56, 942-949. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A. (date unknown). Double-victimization in the workplace: Why observers condemn passive victims of sexual harassment. Organization Science. Vol. 24. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Tenbrunsel, A.E. (date unknown). Flattery may get you somewhere: The strategic implications of providing positive versus negative feedback about ability versus ethicality in negotiation. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 90, 225-243. Accepted, .
  • Goodwin, R.D. (date unknown). Good intentions aren't enough: Moral courage in opposing sexual harasssment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Vol. 86, 1-14. Accepted, .
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E. (date unknown). Sexual harassment in academia: Ethical climates and bounded ethicality. Annual Review of Psychology. Vol. 70, 245-270. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Tinsley, C. (date unknown). The decline and fall of the conglomerate firm in the 1980s: A study in the de-institutionalization of an organizational form. American Sociological Review. Vol. 59, 547-570. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A., Neale, M.A. (date unknown). Book review of W.E. Agor's "Intuition in organizations: Leading and managing productively". Journal of Organizational Behavior. Vol. 13, 531-536. Accepted, .
  • Galinsky, A.D. (date unknown). Overconfident, underprepared: Why you may not be ready to negotiate. (pp. 6-9). Vol. 9. Negotiation. Accepted, .
  • Tenbrunsel, A.E. (date unknown). Break through the tough talk. (pp. 4-6). Vol. 9. Negotiation. Accepted, .
  • Diekmann, K.A. (date unknown). When you're tempted to deceive. (pp. 9-11). Vol. 10. Negotiation. Accepted, .