Assistant Professor of Management
Phone: 860-768-4305 Room 310A
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daphne Berry’s research has examined outcomes associated with various organizational forms including conventionally-owned and managed corporate, non-profit, and worker-owned businesses. Her work experience includes work as an engineer and manager as part of engineering, product management, and marketing work teams at startup and large multi-national telecommunications firms.
Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Bell, M.P., Berry, D. P., Marquardt, D. J. & Green, T. T. “Introducing Discriminatory Job Loss: Antecedents, Consequences, and Complexities.” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 28 (6): 584-605.
Berry, D. P. & Bell, M. P. 2012. “Expatriates: Class Distinctions in International Management.” Gender, Work, and Organization.19 (1): 10-28.
Berry, D. & Schneider, S. 2011. “Examining the Relationship between Organized Labor and Worker Cooperatives” in Edward J. Carberry (Ed.), Employee Ownership and Shared Capitalism: New Directions and Debates for the 21st Century, LERA Research Volume, 2011.
Bell, M., Kwesiga, E. & Berry, D. 2010. “Immigrants, the New ‘Invisible Men and Women’ in Diversity Research.” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25(2): 177-188.
Berry, D. “Expatriates, Migrants, Gender, Race, and Class.” 2009. Best Paper Proceedings of the 2009 Academy of Management Meeting.
Recent Achievements and Honors:
Rutgers Research Fellowship for the study of employee ownership, 2010-2011.
Aspen Institute Dissertation Proposal Award, 2009. “Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership” sponsored by the Aspen Institute, the Foundation for Enterprise Development and the Employee Ownership Foundation.
Critical Management Studies (CMS) Division Best Student Paper Award, 2009 for “Expatriates, Migrants, Gender, Race, and Class.”