PhD in OBHRM: Collaborative Research

OBHRM faculty publish regularly with doctoral students. Such publications include (doctoral students are listed in bold type):

Caner, T., Cohen, S. & Pil, F. 2017. The moderating effect of partner knowledge distance on the inventive benefits of firm knowledge variety. Strategic Management Journal.

Leana, C., Meuris, J. & Lamberton, C. 2017. More than a feeling: The role of empathetic care in promoting patient safety and worker attachment in healthcare. Industrial & Labor Relations Review.

Stiehl, E., Kossek, E. & Leana, C. 2017. Care flows in organizations. Organizational Psychology Review.

Florkowski, G. W., & Olivas-Luján, M. R. 2016. Predicting HR’s involvement and influence in strategic decision-making. Management Revue: Socio-Economic Studies.

Meuris, J. & Leana, C.2016. The high cost of low pay: Economic scarcity effects in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior.

Leana, C. & Meuris, J. 2015. Living to work and working to live: Income as a driver of organizational behavior. Academy of Management Annals.

Leana, C., Mittal, V. & Stiehl, E. 2012. Organizational behavior and the working poor. Organization Science.

Cruz, K. S., & Pil, F. K. 2011. Team design and stress: A multilevel analysis. Human Relations.

Zagenczyk, T., Scott, K., Gibney, R., Murrell, A.J. & Thatcher, J. 2010.  Social influence and perceived organizational support:  A social network analysis. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Olivas-Luján. M. R., & Florkowski, G. W. 2010. Does IT governance matter in e-HRM? International Journal of Business Information Systems.

Leana, C.R., Appelbaum, E. & Shevchuk, I.  2009. Work process and quality of care: Encouraging positive job crafting in childcare classrooms. Academy of Management Journal.

Zagenczyk, T. and Murrell, A.J. 2009.  It is better to receive than to give:  Advice network effects on job and work-unit attachment. Journal of Business & Psychology

Pinto, J., Leana, C. & Pil, F. 2008. Corrupt organizations or organizations of corrupt individuals? Two models of organizational corruption. Academy of Management Review.