Gil Luria is an associate professor at the Human Services Department in the faculty of social welfare and health sciences at the University of Haifa. He conducts research on organizational climate, leadership, stress, and organizational interventions.
He received his PhD from the Faculty of Management at the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology. His studies have been published in scientific and professional journals and adopted by practitioners in a number of organizations. His recent work focuses on social network analysis, leadership, and organizational climate, with an emphasis on safety and service quality.
1. Zohar, D. & Luria, G. (2003). The Use of Supervisory Practices as Leverage to Improve Safety Behavior: A Cross-level Intervention Model. Journal of Safety Research. 34, 567-577.
2. Zohar, D. & Luria, G. (2003). Organizational Meta-Scripts as a Source of High Reliability: The Case of an Army Armored Brigade. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 24, 837-859.
3. Zohar, D. & Luria, G. (2004). Climate as a Social-Cognitive Construction of Supervisory Safety Practices: Testing Environmental and Social-interaction Factors. Journal of Applied Psychology. 89, 322-333.
4. Zohar, D. & Luria, G. (2005). A Multilevel Model of Safety Climate: Cross-level Relationships between Organization and Group-level Climates. Journal of Applied Psychology. 90, 616-628.
5. Luria, G. (2008). Climate Strength- How Leaders Form Consensus, Leadership Quarterly, 19, 42-53.
6. Luria, G. (2008). Controlling for Quality: climate, leadership and quality behavior. Journal of Quality Management. 15, 27-40.
7. Luria, G. & Yagil, D. (2008). Procedural Justice, ethical climate and service outcomes in restaurants. International Journal of Hospitality Management. 27, 276-283.
8. Yagil, D., Luria, G., & Gal, I. (2008). Stressors and Resources in Customer Service Roles: Exploring the Relationship between Core Self-Evaluations and Burnout. International Journal of Service Industry Management, 19, 5, 575-595.
9. Luria, G., Rafaeli, A. (2008). Testing Safety Commitment in Organizations through Interpretations of Safety Artifacts. Journal of Safety Research, 39, 519-528.
10. Luria, G., Zohar, D. & Erev, I. (2008). The Effect of Workers' Visibility on Effectiveness of Leadership Development Programs: The Case of Supervisory Based Safety Interventions. Journal of Safety Research, 39, 273-280.
11. Luria, G., & Turjeman, A. (2009). Resilience resources: Coping with stressful events. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 30, 685-707.
12. Luria, G. & Yagil, D. (2009). Safety perception referents of permanent and temporary employees: Safety climate boundaries in the industrial workplace. Accidents Analysis and Prevention. 42, 5, 1423-1430.
13. Luria, G., Gal, I., and Yagil, D. (2009). Employees' willingness to report service complaints. Journal of Service Research. 12, 2, 156-174.
14. Hazan, O., Seger, T. & Luria, G. (2010). How did the creators of the agile manifesto turn from technology leaders to leaders of a cultural change. Agile Q.
15. Luria. G. (2010). The social aspect of safety management: Trust and safety climate. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 1288-1295.
16. Luria G., & Rosenblum, S. (2010). Comparing the handwriting behaviors of true and false writing with computerized handwriting measures. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology. 24, 1115-1128.
17. Zohar, D., & Luria. G. (2010). Group leaders as gatekeepers: Testing safety climate variations across levels of analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology: An International Review. 59, 647-673.
18. Yagil, D. & Luria, G. (2010) Friends in need: the protective effect of social relationships under low organizational safety climate. Group and Organization Management. 35, 727-750.
19. Yagil. D., Luria, G., Admi, H., Eilon, Y. & Linn, S. (2010). Parents, spouses, and children of hospitalized patients: Evaluation of nursing care. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 66, 1793-1801.
20. Luria, G., & Rosenblum, S. (2012). A Computerised Multidimensional Measurement of Mental Workload via Handwriting Analysis. Behavior Research Methods. 44, 575–586.
21. Luria, G., & Morag, I. (2012). Management by Walking Around: from Practice to Theory and Back. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 45, 248–257.
22. Luria, G., & Berson, Y. (2013). How do leadership motives affect informal and formal leadership emergence? Journal of Organizational Behavior. 34, 7, 995-1015.
23. Luria, G., & Kalish, Y. (2013). A social network approach to peer assessment: Improving predictive validity. Human Resource Management. 52, 4, 537-560.
24. Morag, I., & Luria, G. (2013). A framework for performing workplace hazard and risk analysis: a participative ergonomics approach. Ergonomics, 56(7), 1086- 1100.
25. Luria, G., Kalish, Y., & Weinstein, M. (2013) Learning disability and leadership: Becoming an effective leader. Journal of Organizational Behavior DOI: 10.1002/job.1896.
26. Luria, G., Gal, I., & Yagil, D. (2014). Spending more time with the customer: Service-providers' behavioral discretion and call-center operations. Service Business.
27. Yagil, D., & Luria, G. (2014). Being Difficult: Customers’ sense-making of their Deviant Behavior. Deviant Behavior. 35, 921-937.
28. Luria, G., Yagil, D., & Gal, I. (2014). Quality and Productivity: role conflict in the service context. The Service Industries Journal. 34, 12, 955-973.
29. Luria, G., Kahana, A. & Rosenblum S. (2014). Detection of deception via handwriting behaviors using a computerized tool: Towards a malingering evaluation system, Cognitive Computation. DOI 10.1007/s12559-014-9288-6.
30. Luria, G., Boehm, A. & Mazor, T. (2014). Conceptualizing and measuring community road-safety climate. Safety Science. 70, 288-294.
31. Luria, G., Cnaan, R., & Boehm, A. (2015). National culture and pro-social behaviors: Results from 66 countries. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 44(5), 1041-1065.
32. Luria, G., Levanon, A., Yagil, D., & Gal, I (2016). Status, national culture and customers' propensity to complain. Social Indicators Research. 126, 1, 309-330.
33. Kalish, Y., Luria, G., Toker, S., & Westman, M. (2015). Till stress do us part: On the interplay between perceived stress and communication network dynamics. Journal of Applied Psychology. 100, 6, 1737-1751.
34. Rosenblum S. & Luria, G. (2016) Applying a handwriting measurement model for capturing cognitive load implications through complex figure drawing. Cognitive Computation. 8, 1, 69-77.
35. Yagil, D. & Luria, G. (2016) Customer forgiveness of unsatisfactory service: manifestations and antecedents. Service Business. 10, 557-579.
36. Kalish, Y., & Luria, G. (2016). Leadership emergence over time in short-lived groups: Integrating expectations states theory with temporal person-perception and self-serving bias. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(10), 1474.
36. Luria, G., Cnaan, R., Boem, A (2017). Religious attendance and volunteering: Testing national culture as a boundary condition. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 56(3), 577-599.
37. Peretz, R. A., & Luria, G. (2017). Drivers’ social-work relationships as antecedents of unsafe driving: A social network perspective. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 106, 348-357.
38. Sherman, S., Hadar, I., & Luria, G. (2018). Leveraging organizational climate theory for understanding industry-academia collaboration. Information and Software Technology, 98, 148-160.
39. Morag, I., & Luria, G. (2018). A group-level approach to analyzing participative ergonomics (PE) effectiveness: The relationship between PE dimensions and employee exposure to injuries. Applied ergonomics, 68, 319-327.
40. Kita, E. & Luria, G. (2018). The mediating role of smartphone addiction on the relationship between personality and young drivers' smartphone use while driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 59, 203-211.
41. Luria, G., Cnaan, R. A., & Boehm, A. (2019). National Culture of Indulgence as Predictor of Prosocial Behavior: Governmental Effectiveness as Boundary Condition. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 30 (5), 1164–1175.
42. Luria, G., Kahana, A., Goldenberg, J., & Noam, Y. (2019). Leadership Development: Leadership Emergence to Leadership Effectiveness. Small Group Research, 50(5), 571-592.
43. Luria, G., Kahana, A., Goldenberg, J., & Noam, Y. (2019). Contextual moderators for leadership potential based on trait activation theory. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40(8), 899-911.
44. Luria, G. (2019). Climate as a group level phenomenon: Theoretical assumptions and methodological considerations, Journal of Organizational Behavior.