Greenhaus Earns High Ranking for Research Impact

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  • Jeffrey Greenhaus, Ph.D., ranked among top 35 most impactful management scholars worldwide.

Jeffrey Greenhaus, Ph.D., LeBow’s William A. Mackie Chaired Professor of Management, is ranked among the Top 35 most impactful management scholars worldwide.

The rankings by the journal Academy of Management Perspectives list Greenhaus at No. 32, based on how frequently his research is cited by other scholars and how often websites outside of academia mention his work.

By using web visibility in addition to academic citations, the researchers captured scholars’ impact on the media, business, government and nonprofits.

“We at Drexel LeBow are incredibly proud of Professor Greenhaus and his accomplishments,” says Frank Linnehan, Ph.D., interim dean of Drexel LeBow. “His impact on scholarship and practice in management during his 30-plus years at the College, specifically in the area of work/life balance, has shed light on best practices in an area of vital importance to many, many people.”

Colleague Jonathan Ziegert, Ph.D., associate professor of management, says: “This ranking clearly exhibits the impact of Jeff’s scholarship. He is clearly in elite company here.”

 

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