Employee Inter- and Intra-Firm Mobility: Taking Stock of What We Know, Identifying Novel Insights and Setting a Theoretical and Empirical Agenda Vol: 41

Daniel Tzabbar
LeBow College of Business, Drexel University, USA

Bruno Cirillo
SKEMA Business School, France

Product Details
15 Jul 2020
Emerald Publishing Limited
464 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in Strategic Management
Tzabbar and Cirillo bring together an interdisciplinary team of experts to develop new theoretical and empirical directions to the study of employee mobility.

Employee mobility has significant implications for the ability of organizations to transform their capabilities and increase their competitive advantage. Research from different disciplines have examined the strategic implications of the internal employee mobility (i.e., lateral vs. promotion) and of the external employee mobility (i.e., within and between industries; move to rivals and employee entrepreneurship). However, a unifying conceptual structure within and across different disciplines will enhance our ability to gain comparative insights regarding the varying effects of the various mechanisms associated with each type of mobility.
Part I: Bridging The Gap Between Micro And Macro Perspectives On Employee Mobility 
Chapter 1. A Bibliometric And Topic Modeling Analysis Of The Structural Divide In The Multidisciplinary Research On Employee Mobility; Bruno Cirillo, Daniel Tzabbar And Donghwi Seo 
Chapter 2. Two Perspectives On Employee Mobility: A Conversation Between Rajshree Agarwal And Matthew Bidwell; Rajshree Agarwal, Matthew Bidwell, Bruno Cirillo And Daniel Tzabbar 
Chapter 3. Firm-Specific Human Capital At The Crossroads: A Conversation On Current Issues And Future Directions; Russ Coff, Andy El-Zayaty, Martin Ganco And John Mawdsley 
Chapter 4. Firm-Specific Human Capital And Strategy/Entrepreneurship Research: Three Opportunities; Bran Silverman 
Chapter 5. A Critical Review Of Empirical Issues In Mobility Studies; Jeongsik (Jay) Lee 
Chapter 6. Mobility In The Context Of Sustainable Careers; Jeffrey Greenhaus  

Part II: Intra-Firm Mobility 
Chapter 7. Public Sector Personnel Economics: Wages, Promotions, And The Competence-Control Trade-Off; John M. De Figueiredo, Charles M. Cameron And David E. Lewis 
Chapter 8. Managing Government Agencies With Open Labor Markets; Peter Capelli 
Chapter 9. No Vacancies? Building Theory On How Organizations Move People Across Jobs; Matthew Bidwell
Chapter 10. Chains Of Opportunity And Opportunities For Chains: Theory-Building As An On-Going Process; Hugh P. Ganz 
Chapter 11. Intra-Firm Geographic Mobility: Value Creation Mechanisms And Future Research Directions; Prithwiraj (Raj) Choudhury 
Chapter 12. Employee External Affiliation And Inter-Firm Mobility: Evidence From Swedish Microdata; Chanchal Balachandran And Filippo C. Wezel 
Chapter 13. Bringing Moonlighting In To The Study Of Workers, Jobs, And Careers; Lisa E. Cohen 

Part III: Inter-Firm Mobility 
Chapter 14. My Colleague Just Left! A Knowledge-Based Perspective On Co-Worker Departures; Tracy Anderson And Martine R. Haas 
Chapter 15. Beyond Microfoundations; Gina Dokko 
Chapter 16. When Employees Walk Out The Door, Their Memories Remain: The Effect Of Inventor Mobility On Patent Renewal; Martin Goossen And Gianluca Carnabuci 
Chapter 17. Employee Mobility, Knowledge Spillovers, And The Appropriation Of The Returns To Invention; Karin Hoisl 
Chapter 18. Homeward Bound: How Private Utility Is Tied To Value Creation And Capture; David Kryscynski, Russ Coff, Benjamin A. Campbell B And Brittany Mallory 
Chapter 19. Who Benefits From Going Home?; Joe Broschak 
Chapter 20. Does Corporate Misconduct Affect The Future Compensation Of Alumni Managers?; Boris Groysberg, Eric Lin And George Serafeim 
Chapter 21. New Insights On The Myth Of Capturing Value By Switching Job; Gino Cattani 

Part IV: Employee Entrepreneurship As A Form Of Mobility 
Chapter 22. Asymmetric Gender Homophily In The Startup Labor Market; Santiago Campero And Aleksandra (Olenka) Kacperczyk
Chapter 23. The Dis-Similar Effects Of Similarity; Lisa E. Cohen 
Chapter 24. How Does Relative Income Affect Entry Into Pure And Hybrid Entrepreneurship?; Di Tong, Daniel Tzabbar And Haemin Dennis Park 
Chapter 25. Hybrid Entrepreneurship And Labor Market Frictions; Benjamin A. Campbell 
Chapter 26. Better The Devil You Know? Examining The Relationship Between Spin-Out Team Assembly And Spin-Out Survival; Joseph Raffiee, Martin Ganco And Benjamin A. Campbell 
Chapter 27. What Law Firm Spinouts, Human Capital, And Firm Survival Can Mean For Strategic Human Capital Research; Clint Chadwick 
Chapter 28. Attracting Knowledge Workers To High-Tech Ventures: A Signaling Perspective On Employee Mobility; Kun Zhang, Jeffrey J. Reuer And Francisco Morales 
Chapter 29. Reverse Signals In Labour Markets; Andrew Shipilov
Daniel Tzabbar is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Technology Innovation Management, at LewBow College of Business, Drexel University. He specialises on the intersection of technology innovation management, strategy and human capital in the context of organisational learning and change.
Bruno Cirillo is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at SKEMA Business School. His research focuses on the antecedents and consequences of employee mobility, employee entrepreneurship and spinouts, with particular emphasis on the implications of corporate venturing spinouts on organizational learning, corporate renewal and individual change.

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