Professor Ladge’s primary research interests are with the intersection of identity, careers and work-life integration in organizations. Secondarily, she studies stigmatized social identities and gender and diversity issues in organizations.
Jamie Ladge, Ph.D. Patrick F. & Helen C. Walsh Professor of ManagementD’Amore-McKim School of Business (DMSB)Northeastern UniversityBoston, Massachusetts Jamie Ladge is an Associate Professor in the Management and Organizational Development at Northeastern University. Her primary area of research focuses on the psychological and career implications of professionally-employed mothers and fathers. She also researches the diversity… Continue reading About Me
Forging Positive Paths through Work and Motherhood Provides research to support the notion that women should feel confident in their choices as they navigate working motherhood Addresses the origins of deep-seated expectations and stereotypes often attributed to working mothers Illustrates how work/life balance evolves over the course of a woman’s career, beyond the early parenting… Continue reading Order Maternal Optimism
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