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Niki A. den Nieuwenboer

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics
Primary office:
785-864-1850
Capitol Federal Hall
Room 3176
University of Kansas


Academic Area

Management

Education

Ph.D. RSM Erasmus University (the Netherlands)

Master's KU Leuven (Belgium) 

Master of Arts Leiden University (the Netherlands) 

Current activities

Niki’s research interests center around deviance in the workplace. Her current work focuses on the influence of social status on misconduct, the role of social structure in the emergence, maintenance and demise of (wide-spread) unethical behavior, and on the identity challenges that ethics and compliance officers face in fulfilling the ethics role in organizations. More recently, she has started a project to examine the challenges that dyslectics face in the workplace, and how they deal with those.

Niki has a forthcoming publication in Organization Science, and has published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, the Annual Review of Psychology, and the Journal of Business Ethics. She has served as a reviewer for the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies and Business Ethics Quarterly, and she won reviewer awards from the OB (2010, 2011) and OMT (2011) Divisions of the Academy of Management. She has served on and chaired the Society for Business Ethics Best Dissertation Award Committee (2011-2013), as well as the Business Ethics Quarterly Best Paper Award Committee (2010-2011).

Niki was runner-up in Duke University's annual Fuqua School of Business Center of Leadership and Ethics (COLE) Dissertation Proposal Competition in 2007 and runner-up in the Doctoral Dissertation Competition of the SIM Division of the Academy of Management in 2009. Prior to earning her Ph.D., Niki worked for KPMG Forensic in Brussels, Belgium, as a consultant in ethics management. 

Publications

Treviño, L. K., Den Nieuwenboer, N. A., Kreiner, G. E., & Bishop, D. 2014. Legitimating the legitimate: The challenges of ethics and compliance work in organizations. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 123 (2): 186-205.

Treviño, L. K., Den Nieuwenboer, N. A., & Kish-Gephart, J. J. 2014. (Un)ethical behavior in organizations. Annual Review of Psychology, 65: 635–660. Download paper.

Den Nieuwenboer, N. A. & Kaptein, M. 2008. Spiraling down into corruption: A dynamic analysis of the social identity processes that cause corruption in organizations to grow. Journal of Business Ethics, 83 (2): 133-146.

Selected Publications

Den Nieuwenboer, N. A., Vierira da Cunha, J., & Trevino, L. K. (in press). Middle managers and corruptive routine translation: The social production of deceptive performance. Organization Science., Forthcoming.

Treviño, L. K., den Nieuwenboer, N. A., & Kish­‐Gephart, J. J. (2014). (Un)ethical behavior in organizations. Annual Review of Psychology, 65, 635-660.

Treviño, L. K., den Nieuwenboer, N. A., Kreiner, G. E., & Bishop, D. (2014). Legitimating the legitimate: The challenges of ethics and compliance work in organizations. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 123(2), 186-205.

den Nieuwenboer, N. A., & Kaptein, M. (2008). Spiraling down into corruption: A dynamic analysis of the social identity processes that cause corruption in organizations to grow. Journal of Business Ethics, 83(2), 133-146.


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