PhD in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management // Collaborative Research

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.


I love the doctoral program because the kind of mentorship I receive is above and beyond any kind of advising relationship I have ever had. I feel like I can go to my advisors about anything and everything, and that they will take the time to listen and give me feedback that is both kind and brutally honest. 

Daniya Kamran Morley

PhD '20

The Katz PhD program gives the opportunity to grow into a well-rounded academic. The relationships with faculty allowed me to learn while honing and cultivating interesting and insightful research.

Mikhail Gordon

PhD '18