Erin Frey

Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
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HOH
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Harvard University (PhD), Harvard College (BA)

Erin Frey is an Assistant Professor in the Management and Organization Department at the Marshall School of Business at USC. She studies how people and organizations respond to misconduct and workplace failures. Using a a mix of quantitative and qualitative methods, she examines both restorative approaches after misbehavior (such as apologies, reintegration, rehabilitation, and repair) as well as more punitive responses (such as termination, discipline, and revenge). Her research has been published in outlets like the Academy of Management Journal.
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Erin Frey () ""I Go Here...But I Don't Necessarily Belong": The Process of Transgressor Reintegration in Organizations ,"  Academy of Management Journal  forthcoming.
Erin Frey, Gabrielle Adams, Evan Bruno, James Detert () "“Braking” bad: How managers can respond to employee misbehavior ,"  Behavioral Science & Policy  forthcoming.
Erin Frey, Todd Rogers () "Persistence: How Treatment Effects Persist After Interventions Stop ,"  Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences  1, 172-179.