Seth Carnahan
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Heterogeneity in turnover: the effect of relative compensation dispersion of firms on the mobility and entrepreneurship of extreme performers
S Carnahan, R Agarwal, BA Campbell
Strategic Management Journal, 2012
209*2012
Can you gig it? An empirical examination of the gig economy and entrepreneurial activity
G Burtch, S Carnahan, BN Greenwood
Management Science 64 (12), 5497-5520, 2018
1822018
When does corporate social responsibility reduce employee turnover? Evidence from attorneys before and after 9/11
S Carnahan, D Kryscynski, D Olson
Academy of Management Journal 60 (5), 1932-1962, 2017
128*2017
Patient–physician gender concordance and increased mortality among female heart attack patients
BN Greenwood, S Carnahan, L Huang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (34), 8569-8574, 2018
932018
Alumni effects and relational advantage: The impact on outsourcing when a buyer hires employees from a supplier's competitors
S Carnahan, D Somaya
Academy of Management Journal 56 (6), 1578-1600, 2013
742013
Managers’ political beliefs and gender inequality among subordinates: Does his ideology matter more than hers?
S Carnahan, BN Greenwood
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (2), 287-322, 2018
322018
Unknowns of the gig-economy
B Greenwood, G Burtch, S Carnahan
Communications of the ACM 60 (7), 27-29, 2017
272017
Blocked but not tackled: who founds new firms when rivals dissolve?
S Carnahan
Strategic Management Journal 38 (11), 2189-2212, 2017
15*2017
The other talent war: Competing through alumni
S Carnahan, D Somaya
MIT Sloan Management Review, 2015
152015
Flying High or Crashing Down? Pre-Entry Knowledge and the Distribution of Startup Performance
R Agarwal, BA Campbell, S Carnahan, J Choi
Pre-Entry Knowledge and the Distribution of Startup Performance (July 1, 2020), 2020
12020
Men Check Out, Women Pitch In: How Familiarity Influences Effort in Mixed-GenderTeams
J Uribe, S Carnahan
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14325, 2018
12018
Employee Departure from Organizations: Three Empirical Essays
S Carnahan
12013
Managers’ Affiliation Ties and Subordinates’ Inter-firm Mobility: Evidence from Large US Law Firms
S Carnahan, MJ Rabier, J Uribe
Available at SSRN 3658678, 2020
2020
Does the Exit of a Woman from the Firm Increase or Decrease Her Female Colleagues’ Earnings?
S Carnahan
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 16212, 2014
2014
Employee Departure from Organizations: Three Essays-Dissertation Executive Summary
S Carnahan
Dissertation Executive Summary (May 1, 2013), 2013
2013
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