Smith, A.N., Baskerville-Watkins, M.*, Ladge, J.J.* & Carlton, P. (2019). Making the Invisible Visible: Paradoxical Effects of Intersectional Invisibility on the Career Experiences of Executive Black Women in the Workplace, Academy of Management Journal, In Press. *Equal Authorship.
Greenberg, D. Clair, J.A. & Ladge, J.J. (2019). A Feminist Perspective to Personally Relevant Research. Academy of Management Perspectives, In Press.
Modestino, A. Sugiyama, K., & Ladge, J.J. (2019). Career Narrative Construction of Young Professionals, Journal of Vocational Behavior, In Press.
Ladge, J.J. & Greenberg, D. (2019).Maternal Optimism: Forging Positive Paths through Work and Motherhood, Oxford University Press, New York, NY .
Ladge, J.J. & Little, L. (2019). When expectations become reality: Work–family image management and identity adaptation in organizational life. Academy of Management Review, 41(1): 126-149.
Ladge, J.J., Humberd, B. & Eddleston, K. (2017). Retaining professionally-employed mothers: Reconciling maternal self-efficacy, work-family conflict and intent to stay. Forthcoming, Human Resource Management, 57(4): 883-900.
Ladge, J.J. Humberd, B., Baskerville, M. & Harrington, B. (2015). Updating the organizational man: Fathers in the workplace, Academy of Management Perspectives.29(1), 152-171.
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