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Matthew Bidwell

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: careers, contingent work, firm boundaries, human resource management, knowledge workers

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  • Matthew Bidwell, Ethan Mollick (Under Review), Shifts and Ladders: Comparing the Role of Internal and External Mobility in Executive Careers.
  • Matthew Bidwell, Shinjae Won, Roxana Barbulescu, Ethan Mollick (2014), I Used to Work at Goldman Sachs! Status, Careers, and Competitive Advantage, Strategic Management Journal, Forthcoming.
  • Matthew Bidwell, Joseph Keller (2014), Within or without? How firms combine internal and external labor markets to fill jobs, Academy of Management Journal  Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), What Happened to Long Term Employment? The Role Of Worker Power and Environmental Turbulence in Explaining Declines in Worker Tenure, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Politics and Firm Boundaries: How Organizational Structure, Group Interests and Resources Affect Outsourcing, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Do Women Choose Different Jobs From Men? Mechanisms of Application Segregation in the Market for Managerial Workers, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Book Review of “Freelancing Expertise: Contract Professionals in the New Economy", Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 6(1): 181-182.  Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2011), Paying More to Get Less: Specific Skills, Matching, and the Effects of External Hiring versus Internal Promotion., Administrative Science Quarterly    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2011), Book Review of “Chasing Stars”, Perspectives on Work, 15(1): 60-61.
  • Matthew Bidwell (2010), Problems Deciding: How the Structure of Make-or-Buy Decision Leads to Transaction Misalignment., Organization Science, 21(2) 362-379.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (2010), Relationship duration and returns to brokerage in the staffing sector., Organization Science    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Forrest Briscoe (2010), The Dynamics of Inter-Organizational Careers in the New Economy., Organization Science    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2009), Do Peripheral Workers Do Peripheral Work? Comparing the Use of Highly Skilled Contractors and Regular Employees., Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62(2) 200-225.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Forrest Briscoe (2009), Who Contracts? Determinants of the Decision to Work as Independent Contractor among Information Technology Workers., Academy of Management Journal, 52(6) 1148-11.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (2008), A Servant of Two Masters: Towards a Theory of Triadic Employment Relationships, , In Cappelli, P. ed: “Employment Relationships: New Models of White Collar Work”, Cambridge University Press 142-178.
  • Matthew Bidwell, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (2007), Long Term-Brokerage: Relationship Duration and Returns to Brokerage in the Staffing Sector, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
  • Matthew Bidwell, Diane M. Burton (2007), It’s the Thought that Counts: How Manager’s Beliefs Shape the Effects of Monitoring, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings