Publications & Research
Jamie Gloor is an enthusiastic scholar, educator, and speaker. Her research interests broadly include leadership, social interactions, communication, and decision-making, with a focus on aspects of employee diversity (e.g., gender, parenthood, age, nationality, language, and body weight). Using a multidisciplinary approach, she seeks to understand bias and discrimination, but most importantly, to create causal, evidence-based claims to reduce social-, economic-, and health-based inequalities, improve decision-making efficiency and sustainability. She is eager to inform science and policy broadly in the areas of diversity, leadership, and work-family research, and keen on collaborations, conference symposia, and invited lectures to continue conversations, encourage research, and ultimately: action.
Manuscripts in Preparation and Under Review
Gloor, J. L., & Okimoto, T. G. (under review). Motherhood bias spillover in hiring.
Gloor, J. L., Horvath, L., Braun, S., & Peus, C. (under review). Leaders who care.
Gloor, J. L., & Okimoto, T. G. (in prep). A social identity approach to discrimination in organizations.
Gloor, J. L., & Bäker, A. (in prep). Humor, status, and potential leaders.
Book Chapters + Other Contributions
Gloor, J. L. (2016). Wechsle die Spielregeln, nicht die Spielerin! (Fix the Game, not the Players). HR Today: das Schweizer Human Resource Management-Journal.
Gloor, J. L. (2015). Allen Widrigkeiten zum Trotz: Frauen über dem Glasdach (Against all odds: Women over the glass ceiling).
HR Today: das Schweizer Human Resource Management-Journal.
Aulich, E. M., Arnold, A., Gloor, J. L., & Staffelbach, B. (Eds.). (2015). Workplace stressors and buffers: An international comparison. Zurich: Chair in Human Resource Management.
Gloor, J. L. (2014). Das Imageproblem berufstätiger Mütter (The Image Problem of Working Mothers). HR Today: das Schweizer Human Resource Management-Journal.
Puhl, R. M., & Peterson, J. L. (2013). Obesity Stigma. In P. Corrigan (Ed). The Stigma of Disease and Disability. American Psychological Association. 312 pp. ISBN: 1433815834
Puhl, R. M., & Peterson, J. L. (2012). Physical Appearance and Stigma. In T. Cash (Ed). Encylopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance. Elsevier. 938 pp. ISBN: 978-0-12-384925-0
Glamour. (2012, May). Weight stereotyping: The secret way people are judging you based on your body.