Elad Sherf researches the causes and consequences of feeling fairly treated in the workplace and especially on why many supervisors fail to act fairly towards their subordinates. He also studies why employees frequently remain silent – instead of speaking up – about issues, ideas and concerns in the workplace.
His teaching interests include organizational behavior, teams, leadership and organizational fairness/justice.
Leading management and psychology journals have published his research, including the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. He is a contributing editor for the Journal of Applied Psychology.
Prior to pursuing his PhD, he served in the Israeli Air Force for four years, and practiced law in Israel for three years.
He received his PhD in organizational behavior from the University of Maryland, his MBA from the AGSM MBA Program at the University of South Wales in Australia, and his LLB, BA and LLM from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel.