Research Papers / Publications


  • Daniel Raff (2013), How to Do Things with Time, Oxford Journals    Related Materials
  • Vikas A. Aggarwal, David Hsu, Andy Wu (Work In Progress), Production Team Organization and Firm-Level Innovation.
  • Adam Grant (2013), Rocking the boat but keeping it steady: The role of emotion regulation in employee voice, Academy of Management Journal, 56, 1703 - 1723.    Abstract
  • Laura Huang, M. Frideger, J. Pearce (2013), Political Skill: Explaining the Effects of Nonnative Accent on Managerial Hiring and Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions, Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Emilie Feldman, C. Montgomery (2013), Are Incentives without Expertise Sufficient? Evidence from Fortune 500 Firms, Strategic Management Journal    Abstract
  • Tyler Wry, Michael Lounsbury, P.D. Jennings (2013), Hybrid vigor: Securing venture capital by spanning categories in nanotechnology, Academy of Management Journal
  • Tyler Wry, J.P. Vergne (2013), Categorizing categorization research: Review, integration, and future directions, Journal of Management Studies, 50th Anniversary Issue
  • Peter Cappelli, Monica Hamori (2013), Who Says Yes When the Headhunter Calls? Understanding Executive Job Search , Organization Science, forthcoming. (NBER Working Paper 19295).    Abstract
  • Anoop Menon (Working), Deliberation in Subjective Strategic Forecasting: An Associative View Of How We Look Into The Future.  Abstract
  • Daniel Raff (2013), The Business of the Press, Oxford University Press, Chapter 5, 190 - 216.  
  • Daniel Raff (2013), Worldwide Expansion and Influence, Oxford University Press, Chapter 19, 583 - 617.  
  • Witold Henisz (2013), Preferences, Structure and Influence: The Engineering of Consent, Global Strategy Journal, 3 (4), 338 - 359.
  • C. Zott, Raffi Amit (2013), The Business Model: A Theoretically Anchored Robust Construct for Strategic Analysis, Strategic Organization    Abstract
  • Adam Cobb, Flannery G. Stevens (Work In Progress), These unequal states: Corporate organization and economic inequality across the US States.
  • Peter Cappelli, Joseph Keller (2013), Classifying work in the new economy, Academy of Management Review, 38 (4), 1 - 22.    Abstract
  • Shefali Patil (Working), Shifting between the small details and big picture: How structural incongruity enhances decisions to conform or deviate. .  Abstract
  • R. Ranganathan, Lori Rosenkopf (2013), Do ties really bind? The effect of knowledge and commercialization networks on opposition to standards, Academy of Management Journal
  • John Paul MacDuffie (2013), Modularity-as-Property, Modularization-as-Process, and ‘Modularity’-as-Frame: Product Architecture Initiatives in the Global Auto Industry, Global Strategy Journal, 3, 8 - 40.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Nancy Rothbard (2013), When in doubt, seize the day? Security values, prosocial values, and proactivity under ambiguity, Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 810 - 819. doi: 10.1037/a0032873.    Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman (2013), Legacy Divestitures: Motives and Implications, Organization Science    Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman, S. Gilson, B. Villalonga (2013), Do Analysts Add Value When They Most Can? Evidence from Corporate Spinoffs, Strategic Management Journal    Abstract
  • Michael Jacobides, John Paul MacDuffie (2013), How to Drive Value Your Way, Harvard Business Review  
  • A. Ghosh, Lori Rosenkopf (Under Review), Shrouded in structure: Challenges and opportunities for a friction-based view of network research.
  • A. Ghosh, Lori Rosenkopf (Under Review), It’s a small world? Identification challenges and implications for performance in interorganizational networks.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Managerial Attention and Organizational Adjustment Costs in Diversified Firms.
  • Emilie Feldman, Raffi Amit, B. Villalonga (Working), Corporate Divestitures and Family Control.    Abstract
  • Thomas Klueter, Lori Rosenkopf (Under Review), Opening Up but Staying Local: Insights from Partnership Formations between Established and Startup Firms.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Managerial Compensation and Incentive Alignment in Corporate Spinoffs.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Legacy Spinoffs and Information Asymmetry in Diversified Firms.
  • Adam Cobb (Work In Progress), Modeling country-level income inequality: The role of organizations and politics.
  • Marc Lavine, Adam Cobb, Christopher Roussin (Work In Progress), When saying less is something new: Social movements and frame contraction processes.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Dual Directors and the Value of Board Interlocks Following Corporate Spinoffs.
  • Peter Cappelli, Joseph Keller (2013), A study of the extent and potential causes of alternative employment arrangements, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 6 (4), 874 - 901.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, "Why men need women" in The New York Times.
  • A.S. Rosette, Andrew Carton, L. Bowes-Sperry, P. F. Hewlin (2013), Why do racial slurs remain prevalent in the workplace? Integrating theory on intergroup behavior, Organization Science
  • Saikat Chaudhuri, J. Chatterjee (2013), The Impact of Offshore Outsourcing Scale, Scope, and Vendor Relationships on Firm Market Value Creation, Academy of Management Proceedings
  • Andrew Carton, J. N. Cummings (2013), The impact of subgroup type and subgroup configurational properties on work team performance, Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Susan M Wachter, Daniel Raff, Se Yan (2013), Real Estate Prices in Beijing, 1644 to 1840, Explorations in Economic History, Volume 50, 335 - 462.  Abstract
  • Justin Berg, Jane Dutton, Amy Wrzesniewski, "Job crafting and meaningful work". In Purpose and meaning in the workplace , edited by B. J. Dik, Z. S. Byrne, M. F. Steger, (2013), 81 - 104.  
  • Harry C. Katz, John Paul MacDuffie, Frits K. Pil, "Crisis and Recovery in the U.S. Auto Industry: Tumultuous Times for a Collective Bargaining Pacesetter". In Collective Bargaining Under Duress: Case Studies of Major North American Industries, edited by Howard R Stanger, Paul F Clark, Ann C Frost, (2013), (forthcoming).  
  • Rahul Kapoor (2013), Persistence of Integration in the Face of Specialization: How Firms Navigated the Winds of Disintegration and Shaped the Architecture of the Semiconductor Industry, Organization Science , 24 (4), 1195 - 2013.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli, ed., Strategic Talent Management: Contemporary Issues in an International Context (2013).
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Wm. Gerard Sanders, Anja Tuschke (Under Revision), Pruning and Grafting the Network: Managing the Tension between Protecting and Exploiting Strategic Knowledge.  Abstract
  • Adam Grant, "Work and the art of motivation maintenance". In Psychology and the Real World (2nd ed.), edited by Morton Gernsbacher, (2013).  
  • Shefali Patil, Philip Tetlock, Barbara Mellers (Under Review), Accountability systems and distributive justice norms: When do people adhere too much or stray too far from decision rules? .
  • Adam Grant, Justin Berg, Daniel Cable (2013), Job titles as identity badges: How self-reflective titles can reduce emotional exhaustion, Academy of Management Journal, Forthcoming.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, "You, an idea thief? Say it isn't so" in The Wall Street Journal.
  • Shefali Patil (Under Revision), Adapting too little – or too much: Accountability and values as converging-countervailing structural forces..
  • Adam Grant (2013), Rethinking the extraverted sales ideal: The ambivert advantage, Psychological Science, 24 (6), 1024 - 1030.    Abstract
  • Raffi Amit, Belén Villalonga (2013), Primer on Governance of the Family Enterprise, World Economic Forum Report  
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Anja Tuschke (Work In Progress), Rivalry on Multiple Fronts: The Effects of Domestic and Host Market Competition on New and Repeated Foreign Entry.  Abstract
  • Adam Grant, "Turning the tables on success" in strategy+business.
  • Daniel Raff, Susan Wachter, Se Yan (2013), Real estate prices in Beijing, 1644 to 1840, Explorations in Economic History, 50, 368 - 386.    Abstract
  • A. Markus, Lori Rosenkopf (Working), Tapping into industry and academia: Inbound mobility, R&D collaboration and substitution effects.
  • A. Ghosh, Lori Rosenkopf (Working), Small-world, big impact? Network capacity as a function of structure and friction.
  • Lawton R. Burns, Jeff C. Goldsmith, Aditi Sen (2013), Horizontal and Vertical Integration of Physicians: A Tale of Two Tails, Annual Review of Health Care Management: Revisiting the Evolution of Health Systems Organization Advances in Health Care Management, Volume 15: 39-117. (Emerald Group Publishing, 2013).  
  • Tyler Wry, Adam Cobb, Howard E. Aldrich (2013), More than a metaphor: Assessing the historical legacy of resource dependence and its contemporary promise as a theory of environmental complexity, Academy of Management Annals, 7 (1), 439 - 486.  
  • Adam Grant, "In the company of givers and takers" in Harvard Business Review, April, 90-97.  
  • Philip Tetlock, Ferdinand Vieider, Shefali Patil, Adam Grant (2013), Accountability and ideology: When left looks right and right looks left, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 122, 22 - 35.  
  • Scott Sonenshein, Jane Dutton, Adam Grant, Kathleen Sutcliffe, Gretchen Spreitzer (2013), Growing at work: Employees’ interpretations of progressive self-change in organizations, Organization Science, 24: 552-570.    Abstract
  • Sharon Arieli, Adam Grant, Lilach Sagiv (2013), Convincing yourself to care about others: An intervention for enhancing benevolence values, Journal of Personality, (forthcoming).  Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Michael Pratt, Christopher Michaelson, Craig Dunn (2013), Meaningful work: Connecting business ethics and organization studies, Journal of Business Ethics, (forthcoming).  Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Joon Mahn Lee (2013), Coordinating and Competing in Ecosystems: How Organizational Forms Shape New Technology Investments, Strategic Management Journal, 34 (3), 274 - 296.    Abstract
  • Lara Aknin, Elizabeth F. Dunn, Ashley Whillans, Adam Grant, Michael Norton (2013), Making a difference matters: Impact unlocks the emotional benefits of prosocial spending, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, (forthcoming).  Abstract
  • Adam Cobb (Work In Progress), Unhappy in its own way? The effect of family ownership on the structuring of the employment contract. .
  • Olivier Chatain (Under Revision), Estimating Value Creation from Revealed Preferences: Application to Value-Based Strategy.
  • Anca Metiu, Nancy Rothbard (2013), Task Bubbles, Artifacts, Shared Emotion, and Mutual Focus of Attention: A Comparative Study of the Microprocesses of Group Engagement, Organization Science doi: 10.1287/orsc.1120.0738.    Abstract
  • Tracy Dumas, Katherine W Phillips, Nancy Rothbard (2013), Getting Closer at the Company Party: Integration Experiences, Racial Dissimilarity, and Workplace Relationships, Organization Science doi: 10.1287/orsc.1120.0808.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor (2013), Collaborating with Complementors: What do Firms do?, Advances in Strategic Management, 30, 3 - 26.    Abstract
  • Avraham Ebenstein, Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan, Shannon Phillips (2013), Why Are American Workers Getting Poorer? Estimating the Impact of Trade and Offshoring Using the CPS, National Bureau of Economic Research    Abstract
  • David M. Mayer, Samir Nurmohamed, Linda Klebe Trevino, Debra Shapiro, Marshall Schminke (2013), Encouraging employees to report unethical conduct internally: It takes a village, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes    Abstract
  • Ethan Mollick, Kevin Werbach, "Games and the Enterprise". In The Gameful World, edited by Stephen P. Walz, Sebastian Deterding, (2013), (forthcoming).
  • Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, Nancy Rothbard, Justin Berg (2013), When worlds collide in cyberspace: How boundary work on online social networks impacts professional relationships, Academy of Management Review, 38 (4).    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, Justin Yifu Lin, L. Colin Xu (Working), Explaining Africa's (Dis)Advantage.    Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, J. Myles Shaver (Work In Progress), Social Capital for Sale: M&As as Vehicles to Access and Compete for Network Position.