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 ד"ר ויסמל מנור רונית

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PUBLICATIONS
 
2016         Waismel-Manor, R., Levanon, A. (in press). Time to reconsider work: Dual-earner couples’ work related adaptive strategies and preferences for reduced work hours, International Studies of Management & Organization.

2016         Waismel-Manor, R., Levanon, A., & Tolbert, P. (2016). The impact of husbands' and wives' relative earnings on subjective career and family success, Sex Roles, 75(7): 349-362.
 
2012            Kark, Ronit, Waismel-Manor, Ronit and Shamir Boas. Does valuing androgyny and femininity lead to a female advantage? The relationship between gender-role, transformational leadership and identification. Leadership Quarterly, 23(3):620-640.
2012            Qiadan Enas, Tziner Aharon and Waismel-Manor Ronit. Differences in the Perceived Effectiveness of Influence Tactics among Jews and Arabs: The Mediating Role of Cultural Values. In Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42 (4): 874-889.
2011            Kark Ronit and Waismel-Manor Ronit. Women in Management in Israel. In M. J Davidson and R. J Burke (Eds.) Women in Management Worldwide: Progress and Prospects. Aldershot: Gower Publishing (invited chapter).
2010            Ronit Waismel-Manor and Ronit Nadiv. Work and Family among Self-Employed Women in Israel. In V. Muhlbauer, & L. Kulik (Eds.) Working Families: Parents in the Labor Market in Israel. Peles Publisher, Rishon Letzion. Pages 223-245  (Hebrew)
2010            Ronit Kark and Ronit Waismel-Manor. Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The
Good Soldier Syndrome in Israel. Megamot , 47(1): 3-31.(Hebrew)
2010            Ronit Waismel-Manor, Aharon Tziner, Efrat Berger, and Eli Dikstein. Two of a Kind? Leader-Member Exchange and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: the Moderating Role of Leader-Member Similarity. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40 (1): 167-181.
2008            Aharon Tziner, Ronit Waismel-Manor, Netanel Vardi, and Adiel Brodman. The Personality Dispositional Approach to Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment. Psychological Reports, 103: 435-442.
2008            Ronit Waismel-Manor. The Effects of Organizations on Employees' Work-Family Conflict. Journal of Management and Business Behavior, Netanya Academic College (Hebrew).
2005            Ronit Kark and Ronit Waismel-Manor. Organizational Citizenship Behavior: What’s
                     Gender Got To Do With It? Organization, 12(6): 889-917.
2003            Ronit Waismel-Manor, Phyllis Moen and Stephen Sweet. Winning Couples: Predicting Conjoint Perceptions of Work, Family and Balancing Success. In D.H. Nagao (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-third Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD) ISSN 1543-8643 (selected for publication as a best paper in the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division).
2003            Phyllis Moen, Ronit Waismel-Manor and Stephen Sweet. Success. In P. Moen (Ed.)
                     It's About Time: Couples and Careers. Cornell University Press. Pages: 133-152.
2002            Michael Lounsbury, Heather Geraci and Ronit Waismel-Manor. Policy Discourse,
                     Logics and Practice Standards: Centralizing the Solid Waste Management Field.  In
                     A. Hoffman and M. Ventresca (Eds.) Organizations, Policy and the Natural Environment
                     Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Pages: 327-342.
2002            Ronit Kark and Ronit Waismel-Manor. Unveiling the Gendered Nature of
Organizational Citizenship Behavior. BLCC Working Paper #02-16 (refereed working paper).
2002            Ronit Waismel-Manor, Phyllis Moen and Stephen Sweet. Managing and Thriving:
                     What Factors Predict Dual-Earner Middle-Class Couples Feeling Highly Successful in
Their Jobs, Families and Balancing Both? BLCC Working Paper #02-20 (refereed working paper).
 
 
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