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Emeritus Professor Rosalie Hall

Professor of Management

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Professor of Management in the Business SchoolMHL 513 
Fellow in the Durham Research Methods Centre  


During and after receiving her undergraduate degree, Rosalie worked for state government in Nebraska (US) in the areas of law enforcement and mental retardation before returning to graduate school. Her Masters and Doctoral degrees are in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, completed at the University of Maryland. Following that, she was on the graduate faculty for 25 years at the University of Akron, where she served as the I/O Programme Chair for the doctoral and masters programmes for a number of years, before moving to the UK and joining the Durham University Business School.

Information for masters and doctoral students considering dissertations: I am interested in working with post-graduate students in the following content areas: (1) selected topics in Leadership perceptions; (2) Work socialisation; and (3) Work-life balance (aka work-family conflict). In addition, I am interested in working with students on studies involving issues in, or the application of, structural equation modelling techniques such as path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and latent variable structural modelling.

Research interests

  • Leadership perceptions
  • Work socialisation
  • Applications of structural equation modelling and related techniques in quantitative management


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