Dr. Manroop's research has appeared in several high-impact journals such as Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Review, International Journal of Management Reviews, Organizational Psychology Review, and the British Journal of Industrial Relations, among others.
Dr. Manroop has distinguished himself in both teaching and research. He was honored with the Heller College of Business Research Excellence Award in 2014, and the Outstanding Teaching Award in 2016 while he was a faculty at Roosevelt University. He was also winner of the “Business Ethics: A European Review” outstanding Reviewer Award in 2014. At EMU, Dr. Manroop received the College of Business Distinguish Research Award for academic year 2017/2018, and the COB Teaching Excellence Award for academic year 2020/2021.
Manroop, L. Malik, A., Camp, R., & Schulz, E. (2021). Applicant reaction to social media assessment: A review and conceptual framework. Human Resource Management Review
Manroop, L. (2017). A multi-paradigm approach to job search scholarship. Organizational Psychology Review, 7(4): 330 – 356
Malik, A., Manroop, L., & Patel, P. (2017). An empirical examination of the relationship between skills shortage and firm performance: The role of high performance work systems. Journal of Management and Organization. DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2017.30
Manroop, L., & Richardson, J. (2016). Job search: A multidisciplinary review and research agenda. International Journal of Management Reviews, 18 (2): 206-227.
Budworth, M. H., Latham, G. P., & Manroop, L. (2015). Looking forward to performance improvement: A field test of the feedforward interview for performance management. Human Resource Management, 54 (1): 45 – 54.
Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2014). Human resources systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management, 53 (18): 795 – 816.
Manroop, L., Boekhorst, J., & Harrison, J. A. (2013). The influence of cross-cultural differences on job interview selection decisions. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24 (18): 3512-3533.