Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice CONTENIDO: Theoretical advances and new conceptual directions. The history of organizational justice: the founders speak -- Stress and justice in organizations: an exploration into justice processes with the aim to find mechanisms to reduce stress -- The psychology of procedural and distributive justice viewed from the perspective of fairness heuristic theory -- Cross-cultural applications of organizational justice -- Fairness as a dependent variable: why tough times can lead to bad management -- The practical application of organizational justice. The concern for justice: cause or rationalization? -- Family friendly policies: organizational justice perceptions of need-based allocations -- Causes and consequences of applicant perceptions of unfairness -- A passion for justice: the rationality and morality of revenge -- Organizational justice in strategic decision making -- Looking to the future. Are flexible organizations the death knell for the future of procedural justice? -- Emerging justice concerns in an era of changing psychological contracts -- Organizational justice as proaction and reaction: implications for research and application.