Dr. Erica Anthony
Office: GSBM 644
Ph.D. Purdue University - Major: Organizational Behavior and Human Resources, Minor: Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2012
M.B.A. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Finance, 2002
B.S. Illinois Institute of Technology - Electrical Engineering, 1998
Erica Anthony is an Associate Professor of Management and Chair of the Department of Business Administration. Prior to joining Morgan State University, she worked in various roles at the telecommunications corporation, Sprint, and as a Systems Engineer for Honeywell. These experiences heightened her fondness for business and understanding the interactions facilitated within organizations. This adoration led her to pursue a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior Human Resources from Purdue University. In addition to her doctoral degree, she also holds a MBA from University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. Furthermore, she is a Certified Personal & Executive Coach earned through the International Coach Federation (ICF)-Accredited Coach Training Program, College of Executive Coaching. Dr. Anthony is a member of the PhD Project, ICF, Southern Management Association, and the Academy of Management (AoM).
Erica's research interests are leadership, followership, counterproductive work behaviors, employee motivation, and emotions. Her research has been presented at many academic conferences including the Academy of Management, Eastern Academy of Management, and Southern Management Association, as well as, published within book chapters and other academic journals.
Anthony, E. L. (2017). The impact of leadership coaching on leadership behaviors. Journal of Management Development, 36(7), 930-939.
Cropanzano, R., Anthony, E. L., Daniels, S., & Hall, A. V. (2017). Social Exchange Theory: A Critical Review with Theoretical Remedies. Academy of Management Annals, 11(1), 479-516.
Baker, S. D., Anthony, E. L., & Stites-Doe, S. A. (2015). Most Admired Leader/Most Admired Follower. Organization Management Journal, 12(1), 23-33.
Anthony, E. L., Green, S. G., & McComb, S. A. (2014) Crossing Functions Above the Cross-Functional Project Team: The Value of Lateral Coordination Among Functional Department Heads. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 31, 141-158.
Cropanzano, R., Anthony, E. L., Daniels, S. R., & Hall, A. V. (2014, January). Another look at social exchange: Two dimensions of reciprocity. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2014, No. 1, p. 10144). Academy of Management.
Baker, S. D., Anthony, E. L., & Stites-Doe, S. A. (2013). Most Admired Leader/Most Admired Follower. Best Experiential Exercise presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Experiential Learning Association, Baltimore, MD.
Alge, B. J., & Anthony, E. L. (2010, August). The Effects of Supervisory Interpersonal Justice When Big Brother Is Watching. In Academy Of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2010, No. 1, pp. 1-6). Academy of Management.
Cropanzano, R., Anthony, E. L., Daniels, S. R., & Hall, A. V. (2017). Reciprocity in social exchange. In C. Moliner, R. Cropanzano, & V. Martínez-Tur (Eds.), Organizational justice: International perspectives and conceptual advances. London, UK: Psychology Press/Routledge.
Alge, B., Anthony, E. L., Rees, J., & Kannan, K. (2010). Controlling for A, While Hoping for B: Deviance Deterrence and Public versus Private Deviance. In L. L. Neider & C. A. Schriesheim (Eds), The "Dark" Side of Management (pg 115 - 142). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Cropanzano, R., Anthony, E. L., Daniels, S. R., & Hall, A. V. (2014). Another look at social exchange: Two dimensions of reciprocity. Academy of Management Annual Conference, 2014 (1), Academy of Management, 10144.
Baker, S. D., Anthony, E. L., & Stites-Doe, S. A. (2013). Most Admired Leader/Most Admired Follower. Eastern Academy of Management.
Alge, B. J. & Anthony, E. L. (2010). The Effects of Supervisory Interpersonal Justice When Big Brother is Watching. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
Dr. Erica Anthony
Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management
Morgan Business Center - Room 644
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251