Dr Jonathan Crawshaw


Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Jonathan Crawshaw

Jonathan R. Crawshaw is Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviourat the Aston Business School, Aston University. Jonathan’s research and teaching interests include organizational justice, behavioural ethics and individual/organisational career management, and he has published in leading academic journals on these interests. He is currently Track Chair for the HRM SIG of the British Academy of Management (BAM) and is an editorial board member of the Journal of Management. He is also a founding member of the Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics Research Group (OJBERG), a global network of organizational justice and behavioural ethics scholars and practitioners.   

Position: Course Director 

Phone: +44(0)121 204 3130
Email: j.r.crawshaw2@aston.ac.uk
Room: SW8011

  • 2000 - 2005:  PhD 'An organisational justice theory perspective of careers and career management practices', Aston Business School, Aston University.
  • 2003 - 2004:  PG Certificate in Learning and Teaching, Anglia Ruskin University.
  • 1999 - 2000:  MSc Personnel Management and Business Administration, Aston University.
  • 1992 - 1995:  BSc (Hons) Geology, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Liverpool University.
  • May 2009 - Present:  Lecturer in HRM, Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham.
  • January 2006 - May 2009:  Senior Lecturer in HRM, Royal Docks Business School, University of East London, London.
  • September 2003 - January 2006:  Senior Lecturer in HRM, Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford.
  • September 2000 - September 2003:  Doctoral Researcher, Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham.

Course Director of the MSc Human Resource Management and Business

Undergraduate Modules

  • Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management (BH3303)
  • International Perspectives in Organisations (BH1109)

Postgraduate Modules

  • Strategic and International Human Resource Management (BHM354)
  • Human Resource Management (BEM500)
My current research interests include organisational justice, morality and ethics at work, individual and organisational career management, and the dynamics of interpersonal relationships at work.
  • 2011: ABS Visiting Scholar Scheme – Professor Chris Bell, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada – £1,250. 

  • 2007 - 2008:  University of East London Promising Researcher Grant - £8,500.

  • 2000 - 2003:  Aston Business School Departmental Doctoral Studentship Award - £8,000/year (approx.)

  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Management. (2011 - 2015) (20 hours/year)
  • Guest Editor, Journal of Business Ethics (2013 - Present)
  • Guest Editor, Human Relations. (2013)
  • Guest Editor, Thunderbird International Business Review. (2012)
  • Member and HRM SIG Co-Chair, British Academy of Management 
  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (MCIPD).
  • Member of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP)
  • Founding Member, the Organizational Justice and Behavioural Ethics Research Group (OJBERG)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Crawshaw, J., Game, A. (2015). The role of line managers in employee career management: An attachment theory perspective. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(9), 1182-1203.

  • Crawshaw, J., Van Dick, R., Boodhoo, Y. (2014). Corporate social responsibility and organizational commitment: The moderating role of individuals’ attitudes to CSR. Politische Psychologie: Journal of Political Psychology, 3(1), 38-50.

  • Crawshaw, J., Cropanzano, R., Bell, C., Nadisic, T. (2013). Organisational justice: New insights from behavioural ethics. Human Relations, 66(7). 885-904.

  • Woldu HG, Patel C, & Crawshaw JR (in press, 2013). A comparative analysis of cultural values orientations of Polish and Turkish employees: Implications for international human resource management. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24(12): 2452-2471.

  • Khan AK, Quratulain S, & Crawshaw JR (2013). The mediating role of discrete emotions in the relationship between injustice and counterproductive work behaviors: A study in Pakistan. Journal of Business and Psychology, 28(1): 49-61.

  • Shipton H, Budhwar P, & Crawshaw JR (2012). HRM, organizational capacity for change and performance: A global perspective. Thunderbird International Business Review, 54(6): 777-790.          

  • Crawshaw JR, van Dick R, & Brodbeck F (2012). Opportunity, fair process and relationship value: Career development as a driver of proactive work behavior. Human Resource Management Journal, 22(1): 4-20.

  • Crawshaw JR, & Brodbeck F (2011). Justice and trust as antecedents of careerist orientation. Personnel Review, 40(1): 106-125.

  • Symon, G & Crawshaw, JR (2009) Urban labour, voice and legitimacy: the emergence of community unionism, Industrial Relations Journal, 40(2): 140-155.          

  • Crawshaw, JR (2006) Justice source and justice content: evaluating the fairness of organisational career management practices, Human Resource Management Journal, 16(1): 98-120.

Book Chapters

  • Crawshaw, J., Hatch, A. (2014). Context and challenges for HRM. Human Resource Management: Strategic and International Perspectives (pp. 2-25). London: Sage.

  • Parkes, C., Borland, H., Nadisic, T., Crawshaw, J. (2014). HRM and the Ethical Organisation. Strategic and International Human Resource Management (pp. 69-91). London: Sage.

  • Crawshaw, J. (2011) Career development, progression and trust. In R. Searle & D. Skinner (Eds.) Trust and Human Resource Management (pp. 157-176), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 


Selected Conference Papers/Presentations

  • Crawshaw JR, van Dick R, & Boodhoo, Y, 3 rd  International Workshop on Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics, “CSR and organizational commitment: The moderating role of individuals’ attitudes to CSR”, University of Toulouse, France (June 2013)       
  • Crawshaw JR (2013). 16th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, "Trust and careerist orientations to work: A comparison of UK and Indian employees,” Münster, Germany (May)

  • Game AM, & Crawshaw JR (2013). 16th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, "Perceiving interpersonal justice: An investigation of the roles of attachment and cultural fit,” Münster, Germany (May)

  • Game AM, & Crawshaw JR (2012). 12th European Academy of Management Conference, "Employee perceptions of interpersonal justice: The moderating role of attachment and cultural values,” Erasmus University, Rotterdam (June)

  • Game AM, & Crawshaw JR (2011). 2nd International Workshop on Organisational Justice and Behavioural Ethics, "A cross-cultural study of attachment and interactional justice perceptions: The moderating role of humane orientation," Aston University, Birmingham (June)

  • Crawshaw JR, & Game A (2011). 15th EAWOP Conference, "Interpersonal and Informational Justice and Individual Career Exploration: A Cross Cultural Study," Maastricht. (May)

  • Game AM, & Crawshaw JR (2011). 15th EAWOP Conference, "More than meets the eye: The interaction of culture and attachment anxiety on self-reported work attitudes," Maastricht. (May)

  • Crawshaw, JR & Game, A (2010) Organisational career management: The role of line manager caregiving and employee relational models. Paper accepted for the 2010 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada (August)

  • Crawshaw, JR & Game, A (2010) Relational histories and career futures: Line manager attachment and individual career outcomes. Paper accepted for the 10th EURAM Conference, Tor Vergata University, Rome (June)

  • Crawshaw, JR (2009) Careerism: Ethical behaviour in an unjust world? Paper presented at the 1st International Workshop on Insights in Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics, EM Lyon Business School, Lyon.

  • Game, A & Crawshaw, JR (2009) Employee career management: the role of attachment security in line management relationships. Poster presented at the 14th European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Santiago de Compostella, Spain (May)

Editorial Responsibilities

Editorial Board Membership

  • Editor, Guest, Journal of Business Ethics. (2013 - Present)

  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Management. (2011 - Present)

  • Editor, Guest, Human Relations. (2013)

  • Editor, Guest, Thunderbird International Business Review. (2012)

  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.

  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer, Human Relations.

  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer, International Journal of Human Resource Management.

  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer, Human Resource Management (US).    

Guest Editorial Activities

  • Fortin M, Bell CM, Crawshaw JR, Cropanzano R, & Nadisic T (eds) (Forthcoming, 2015). Context influences on workplace ethics and justice.Journal of Business Ethics (Special Issue).

  • Crawshaw JR, Cropanzano R, Bell CM, & Nadisic T (eds.) (In press, 2013) Organisational justice and behavioural ethics: new perspectives on workplace fairness. Human Relations (Special Issue) 66(7).

  • Shipton, H., Crawshaw, J. & Budhwar, P. (eds.) (2012) A global perspective on HRM,Thunderbird International Business Review (Special Issue) 54(6): 771-950.

Administrative Roles and Responsibilities

  • Course Director, MSc HUman Resource Management and Business. (September 2009 - Present) 
  • Member, PG Learning and Teaching Committee. (May 2009 – Present)        
  • Member, Staff Student Programme Committee. (May 2009 – Present)        
  • Member, Work and Organisational Psychology Group Convenors. (Sept 2009 – Present)        
  • Module Leader for BHM354 and BEM500.    
  • Member, AACSB AoL Steering Group.    

Conference/Workshop Organising

  • Hosted and organised the 2nd International Workshop on Insights in Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics, Aston University, Birmingham, June 2011 (Keynotes – Prof. Robert Folger and Prof. David De Cremer)

  • Member of the Organising Committee for the 11th International Human Resource Management Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, June 2010 (Keynotes – Ms Jackie Orme, Prof. Chris Brewster, Prof. Felix Brodbeck, Prof. Rosalie Tung and Dr. Santrupt Misra)    

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