Leroy Gonsalves

Reidy Family Career Development Professor Assistant Professor, Management & Organizations
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    Questrom School of Business
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Leroy Gonsalves is an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations in the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard Business School. He also teaches courses on People Analytics in the undergraduate, MBA and MSBA programs.

Prof. Gonsalves’ research is at the intersection of professions, technological change and workplace inequality. He is interested in the future of work, and uses qualitative and quantitative methods to understand how evolving management practices (e.g. remote work, activity-based offices, algorithmic valuation) affect employees’ experience of autonomy, meaning, and equity in their workplaces. His research appears in Administrative Science Quarterly and Organization Science.

  • PhD, Harvard Business School, 2020
  • A.M., Harvard University, 2018
  • M.A., University of Toronto, 2015
  • B.B.A., York University, 2013
  • Gonsalves, L. (2023). "Work (Un)Interrupted: How Non-Territorial Space Shapes Worker Control Over Social Interaction", Organization Science, 34 (5), 1651-1996
  • Gonsalves, L. (2023). "When Do Firms Crack Under Pressure? Legal Professionals, Negative Role Models and Organizational Misconduct", Organization Science, 34 (2), 754-776
  • Gonsalves, L. (2020). "From Face Time to Flex Time: The Role of Physical Space in Worker Temporal Flexibility", Administrative Science Quarterly, 65 (4), 1058-1091