Prof. Peter Bamberger

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Prof. Peter Bamberger
Phone: 03-6408511
Fax: 04-8263936
Office: Recanati - Business Administration, 343

Short Biography

Department: Organizational Behavior
Ph.D. Organizational Behavior from Cornell University.
Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs
Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Discoveries
Research Director, Smithers Institute, ILR School, Cornell University
Current sponsored research: ISF (2013-2015): Incivility and Iatrogenesis; NIAAA (NIH; 2014-2018): Alcohol and the college-to-work transition.


Fields of Research

Employee wellbeing, help-seeking and substance misuse; Compensation strategy; Incivility; Team processes.



Peter Bamberger, Michal Biron and Ilan Meshulam. Human Resource Strategy: Formulation, Implementation and Impact. 2nd Edition. New York: Routledge. 2014.


Peter Bamberger & Samuel Bacharach. Retirement & the Hidden Epidemic: The Complex Link Between Aging, Work Disengagement and Substance Misuse…and What to Do About It. New York: Oxford University Press. 2014


Selected Refereed Journal Articles:

Michal Biron and Peter Bamberger. “The Impact of Structural Empowerment on Individual Well-being and Performance: Taking Agent Preferences, Self-Efficacy and Operational Constraints Into Account” Human Relations, 63, 163-191. 2010.


Samuel Bacharach, Peter Bamberger and Michal Biron. “Alcohol Consumption and Workplace Absenteeism: The Moderating Effect of Social Support” Journal of Applied Psychology, 95, 334-348. 2010.


Peter Bamberger and Elena Belogolovsky. “Pay Secrecy and Individual Task Performance” Personnel Psychology. 63, 965–996. 2010.


Inbal Nahum-Shani and Peter Bamberger. “Explaining the Variable Effects of Social Support on Work-based Stressor-Strain relations: The Role of Perceived Imbalance in Support Exchange” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 114, 49-63. 2011


Inbal Nahum-Shani and Peter Bamberger. “Work Hours and Supportive Relations Among Older Adults: The Conditioning Effect of Retirement” Journal of Organizational Behavior. 32, 345–369. 2011.


Dvora Geller and Peter Bamberger. “The Impact of help-seeking on Individual Task Performance: The Moderating Effect of Help-seekers’ Logics of Action.” Journal of Applied Psychology. 97, 487-497. 2011.


Michal Biron and Peter Bamberger. “Job Hazards and Absenteeism: Taking Supervisor Support and Referent Group Norms into Account.” Journal of Applied Psychology. 97, 901-912. 2012.


Dana Vashdi, Peter Bamberger and Miriam Erez. “Action Teams, Reflexivity and Performance: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Surgical Teams.” Academy of Management Journal, 56, 945-971. 2013.


Peter Bamberger and Samuel Bacharach. “Predicting Retirement Upon Eligibility: An Embeddedness Perspective.” Human Resources Management. In Press.


Dikla Segel-Karpas, Peter Bamberger and Samuel Bacharach. "Adjustment to Retirement-Related Changes in Income and Social Engagement: The Role of Attachment.” Psychology and Aging. In Press.


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