Prof. Snir Raphael
Fields of Research
School of Management & Economics

organizational psychology. His current research interests include heavy work investment, work/non-work relations, and work meaning and attitudes.

Short Bio

Raphael Snir (Ph.D., Behavioral and Management Sciences, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) serves as an associate professor at the School of Management and Economics and at the School of Behavioral Sciences at Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College, Israel. He is the director of the M.A. program in organizational consulting and development. He is also a research fellow in the Center for the Study of Organizations and Human Resource Management at Haifa University, Israel.

Selected Publications

Falco, A., Girardi, D., Di Sipio, A., Calvo, V., Marogna, C., and Snir, R. (2020). Is Narcissism Associated with Heavy Work Investment? The Moderating Role of Workload in the Relationship between Narcissism, Workaholism, and Work Engagement. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(13), 4750-4772. JIF: 2.849.

Snir, R. (2019). Tarzan, Jane, the baby, and the boss: Managerial evaluations concerning job performance and parental functioning of employed married parents. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 27(5), 1422-1441. CiteScoreTracker 2018: 0.93.

Snir, R. (2018). A longitudinal study of heavy time investment in work. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 26(1), 153-170. CiteScoreTracker 2018: 0.93, citations-2.

Harpaz, I. and Snir. R. (Eds.). (2015). Heavy work investment: Its nature, sources, outcomes, and future directions. New York: Routledge. Citations-18.

Snir, R. and Harpaz, I. (2012). Beyond workaholism: Towards a general model of heavy work investment. Human Resource Management Review, 22(3), 232-243. IF: 3.276, ciataions-145.

Snir, R. and Harpaz, I. (2009). Cross-cultural differences concerning heavy work investment. Cross-Cultural Research, 43(4), 309-319. IF: 0.975, citations-46.

Snir, R. and Zohar, D. (2008). Workaholism as discretionary time investment at work: An Experience-Sampling Study. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 57 (1), 109–127. IF: 2.49, citations-132.

Snir, R. and Harpaz, I. (2004). Attitudinal and demographic antecedents of workaholism. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 17(5), 520-536. IF: 1.262, citations-166.

Harpaz, I. and Snir, R. (2003). Workaholism: Its definition and nature. Human Relations, 56(3), 291-319. IF: 3.043, citations-340.

Snir, R. and Harpaz, I. (2002). Work-leisure relations: Leisure orientation and the meaning of work. Journal of Leisure Research, 34(2), 178-203. RG Journal Impact: 0.93, citations-183.

Snir, R. and Harpaz, I. (2002). To work or not to work: Non-financial employment commitment and the social desirability bias. The Journal of Social Psychology, 142(5), 635-644. IF: 1.20, citations-50.

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