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The Effects of Leadership Style and Employee’s Participation on Perceived Justice
Management Faculty Research
  • Wai Kwan (Elaine) Lau, Marshall University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
10-1-2010
Abstract
The present study proposes and tests a model that examines the relationship between leadership style, employee’s participation, and justice perceptions. Results indicate that transactional, transformational, and dynamic leadership have positive impact on distributive, procedural, and interactional justice. Moreover, the effect of leadership style on organizational justice was indirect through employee’s participation. There are also some interesting differences across different types of leadership style and justice.
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This paper was presented at the International Academy of Business and Economics Annual Conference 17-20 October 2010 in Las Vegas, NV. Printed with permission. Copyright © 2010 IABE. All rights reserved.

Citation Information
Lau, Elaine, W. K. (2010, October) “The Effects of Leadership Style and Employee’s Participation on Perceived Justice.” Paper presented at the International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, Las Vegas, NV.