Ladge, J.J. and Greer, T. (2012). Why Mothers Stay at Work: Is Self-Efficacy the Missing Link? Status: Paper presented at the annual Work-Family Research Network Conference, New York, NY.
Ladge, J.J. 2011. Becoming a working mother: Identity, efficacy and resocialization. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
Ladge, J.J. and Harrington, B. The New Dad: Understanding fatherhood from a careers context. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 2010 Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.
Ladge, J., Clair, J and Greenberg, D. Neither here nor there: pregnancy as a period of liminality, identity exploration and elaboration, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 2010 Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.
Clair, J., Ladge, J. and Cotton, R. Hidden benefits of care: Perceived prosocial impact as a path to resilience for chronic downsizing agents. Part of an All academy Symposium. Present at the 2010 annual Academy of Management, Montreal.
Industry and Academic Experience
Professor Ladge has a professional background in consulting and high technology. She has worked for companies such as Unipower Solutions, Iron Mountain Consulting Services, LLC, and Fidelity Investments. She has also worked as a research associate for Harvard Business School. Prior to joining the D'Amore-McKim School of Business faculty at Northeastern University, Professor Ladge was an instructor at Boston College in the Carroll School of Management.
Professor Ladge is a current member of the Academy of Management, Work-Family Researchers Network and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society. She serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for the Academy of Management Journal, Human Resources Management and Human Relations. She is also a faculty affiliate of the Boston College Center for Work and Family.
Ladge has been quoted in most of the major business media outlets including Wall Street Journal, NY Times, The Atlantic, CNN Money, MSNBC, Forbes, Yahoo News and US News, for her research on careers, parenting, pregnancy and work-life issues.
Jamie J. Ladge
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