Joseph W. Harder
Adjunct Associate Professor
Harder’s research interests encompass leadership, organizational change and reward systems. In particular he studies procedural justice in organizations, the effects of perceived injustice on individual performance, perceptions and effects of leadership, and pay-for performance systems; his dissertation topic was “Pay and Performance in Professional Sports.”
Active in Executive Education as well as the MBA program, he has taught all over the world. Prior to joining the Darden faculty, Harder taught at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Santa Clara University.
He is a passionate baseball fan and has attended 11 San Francisco Giants fantasy camps.
B.S., Bethel College; MBA, Santa Clara University; Ph.D., Stanford University