• E-Mail:  erinreid@bu.edu
  • Office: 619
  • Office Hours: By Appointment
  • Address: Boston University School of Management
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

Profile Summary

Erin Reid studies gender inequality and identity dynamics in work settings. She is especially interested in how men and women cope with time-greedy work, and the implications of their coping mechanisms for their own lives as well as the organizations for which they work. She takes a sociological perspective in her research and uses both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her research has been published or is forthcoming in the Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, and has received multiple awards. Prior to her academic career, Erin worked for a small social policy research company, on education and labor market policy for Canadian government, and as a dietary aide for a nursing home.



  • Current CoursesOpen or Close

    SMG OB221 C2 The Dynamics of Leading Organizations

  • PublicationsOpen or Close

    Journal Articles:

      Ramarajan, L., Reid, E., (2013). Changes in Work, Changes in Self? Managing our Work and Non-Work Identities in an Integrated World. European Business Review, 13(9), 61-64.

      Ramarajan, L., Reid, E., (2013). Shattering the Myth of Separate Worlds: Negotiating Non-Work Identities at Work. Academy of Management Review, 38(4), 621-644.

      Reid, E., Toffel, M., (2009). Responding to Public and Private Politics: Corporate Disclosure of Climate Change Strategies. Strategic Management Journal, 30(11), 1157-1178.

      Tucker, S., Turner, N., Barling, J., Reid, E., Elving, C., (2006). Apologies and Transformational Leadership. Journal of Business Ethics, 63(2), 195-207.

    Book Chapters:

      Reid, E., (2013). Doing Gender, in Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia, : Sage Publications.


    Other Publications:

      Reid, E., (2011). Passing as Superman: The Ideal Worker and Men's Professional Identities.: Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management.