Tim Kundro

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Kenan-Flagler Business School

I am an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

My research focuses on the complexities of morality and ethics at work, investigating how employees respond to and manage (im)moral situations in the workplace.

I have partnered with a number of public, private, and federal organizations to conduct my research, which has been featured in outlets such as NPR, Forbes, Fast Company, and Slate. I have also served as an expert witness.

I completed my Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behavior) at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and my Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Penn State. I previously served on the faculty at The University of Notre Dame.

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Email: timothy_kundro@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Publications


Kundro, T.G.,* Belinda, C.,* Affinito, S.,* & Christian, M. In Press. Performance Pressure Amplifies the Effect of Evening Detachment on Next-Morning Shame: Downstream Consequences for Workday Cheating Behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology.

*Denotes equal authorship


Kundro, T.G. In Press. The Benefits and Burdens of Work Moralization on Creativity. Academy of Management Journal.


Kundro, T.G. & Rothbard, N. 2023. Does Power Protect Female Moral Objectors? How and When Moral Objectors’ Gender, Power, and Use of Organizational Frames Influence Perceived Self-Control and Experienced Retaliation. Academy of Management Journal.

Select Media Coverage: HBR, Forbes


Carton, A., Knowlton, K., Coutifaris, C.,* Kundro, T.G.,* & Boyson., A. 2023. Painting a Clear Picture While Seeing the Big Picture: When and Why Leaders Overcome the Tradeoff Between Concreteness and Scale. Academy of Management Journal.

*Denotes equal authorship


Kundro, T.G., Burke, V., Grandey, A.A., & Sayre, G. 2022. A Perfect Storm: Customer Sexual Harassment as a Joint Function of Financial Dependence and Emotional Labor. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Select Media Coverage: NPR, Fast Company, ABC, r/science.

Legislative Coverage: Maine


Nurmohamed, S., Kundro, T.G., & Myers, C. 2021. Against the Odds: Underdog versus Favorite Narratives to Offset Prior Experiences of Discrimination. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Select Media Coverage: WorkLife

Kundro, T.G. & Nurmohamed, S. 2021. Understanding When and Why Third Parties Punish Cover-Ups Less Severely. Academy of Management Journal.

Select Media Coverage: Notre Dame

Please email me if you would like a copy of any paper above


Links

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