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University of Delaware - Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics

Stacy Astrove

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Title Assistant Professor of Management
Email sastrove@nospam63820aa709069.udel.edu
Office 208 LEH
Biography

Biography

Stacy Astrove is an assistant professor of management in the Department of Business Administration at the University of Delaware. Prior to earning her Ph.D. at the University of Iowa, Dr. Astrove worked in employee benefits at Arthur J. Gallagher. After completing her Ph.D., Dr. Astrove joined the faculty at the Boler College of Business at John Carroll University. She moved to the University of Delaware in 2022. Her research focuses on developmental work relationships and misfit and has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.

Education

  • Ph.D. in organizational behavior and human resources, University of Iowa, 2017
  • B.S. in management, Purdue University, 2008

Select Publications

  • Astrove, S. L., & Kraimer, M., K. (2022). What and how do mentors learn? The role of relationship quality and mentoring self-efficacy in mentor learning. Personnel Psychology, 75(2), 485-513.
  • Yuan, Z., Cockburn, B. S., Astrove, S. L., & Buis, B. (2021). Sacrificing heroes or suffering victims? Investigating third parties’ reactions to divergent social accounts of essential employees in the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Applied Psychology, 106(10), 1435-1447.
  • Crawford, E. R., Reeves, C. J., Stewart, G. L., & Astrove, S. L. (2019). To link or not to link? Multiple team membership and organizational performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104(3), 341-356.
  • Follmer, E., Kristof-Brown, A., Talbot, D., Astrove, S., & Billsberry, J. (2018). Resolution, relief, and resignation: A qualitative study of responses to misfit at work. Academy of Management Journal, 61(2), 440-465.
  • Stewart, G. L., Astrove, S. L., Reeves, C. J., Crawford, E. R., & Solimeo, S. L. (2017). Those with the most find it hardest to share: Exploring leader resistance to the implementation of team-based empowerment. Academy of Management Journal, 60(6), 2266-2293.