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The effect of leadership on organizational justice was examined in this meta-analytic study. A total of 141 research studies were compiled as a result of the review activity, out of which 27 were included in the meta-analysis. The 27 research studies were collapsed to obtain a sample size of 16,639 subjects. The analytic results of the random effects model showed that leadership has a medium-magnitude, positive effect on organizational justice . Of the moderators identified, such as the publication type, year of publication , sample group /sector, leadership style /approach, leadership scale and organizational justice scale, it was found that the publication type, leadership style /approach, leadership scale and organizational justice scale were moderating variables.
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