Faculty Directory

Roy J. Lewicki

Distinguished Visiting Scholar



DegreePhD, Columbia University, 1968; AB, Dartmouth College, 1964

AREAS OF EXPERTISENegotiation processes; leadership, ethics and values; trust development and repair

Current Research Topics

  • Models for understanding decisions to trust and trust development
  • Processes of trust repair
  • Relationship between unethical negotiation tactics and trust
  • How conflicting parties frame conflict dynamics

Selected Publications

  • With J. Bailey, "The Research Teaching Nexus: Tensions and Opportunities," in Handbook of Management Learning, Sage Publications, 2009
  • With C. Brinsfield, "Trust, Distrust and Building Social Capital," in Social Capital: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Edward Elgar, 2009
  • With A. De Wulf, B. Gray, L.L. Purnam, N. Aarts, R. Bouwen, and C. Van Woerkum, "Disentangling Approaches to Framing in Conflict and Negotiation Research: Mapping the Terrain," Human Relations, 62(2), 2009
  • With K. Dirks and A. Zaheer, "Repairing Relationships Within and Between Organizations: Building a Conceptual Foundation," overview to a special topic forum on trust and relationship repair edited by the authors, Academy of Management Review, 34(1), 2009
  • With E. Tomlinson and N. Gillespie, "Models of Interpersonal Trust Development: Theoretical Approaches, Empirical Evidence and Future Directions," Journal of Management, 32(6), 2006
  • With A. Hiam, Mastering Business Negotiation, Wiley/JosseyBass, 2006
  • With B. Barry and D. Saunders, Negotiation, 6th ed., McGraw Hill, 2010
  • With B. Gray and M. Elliott, Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts: Concepts and Cases, editors, Island Press, 2003


  • Pacesetter’s Westerbeck Graduate Teaching Award, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, 2008
  • Distinguished Educator Award, 2005, Fellow, 2003, Academy of Management; President, International Association of Conflict Management, 1997–98
  • David Bradford Outstanding Educator Award, Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, 1988

Professional Activities

Academic positions

  • Tuck School of Business, 2008–present
  • Abramowitz Memorial Professor of Business Ethics, 2007–present, Dean's Distinguished Professor, 1998–2007, Professor, 1987–2007, Associate Dean, 1984–91, Associate Professor, 1984–87, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
  • Distinguished Connelly Scholar in Business Ethics, Georgetown University, 1996; Visiting Professor, 1995,Associate Professor, 1972–77, Tuck School
  • Associate Dean, Assistant Dean, and Director of the MBA Program, 1979–84, Associate Professor, 1978–84, Fuqua School, Duke University
  • Assistant Professor, Yale University, 1968–72

Editorial positions

  • Founding Editor
    Academy of Management Learning and Education, 2000–04
  • Editorial Boards
    Academy of Management Learning and Education
    Journal of Management
    Journal of Management Education
    Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes