Sub-theme 55: Inequality by Design? The Impact of Organizational Practices on Individual Employment Outcomes

Convenors:
Isabel Fernandez-Mateo, London Business School, UK
Emilio J. Castilla, MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
Olav Sorenson, Yale School of Management, New Haven, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
The Organizational Sources of Rising Inequality
Chair: Emilio J. Castilla
J. Adam Cobb and Gerald F. Davis
What explains the paradox of hierarchy?
John C. Dencker and Chichun Fang
Corporate restructuring and wage inequality
Emilio J. Castilla and Isabel Fernandez-Mateo: "Welcome and general introduction"
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
Outsourcing, Temporary Work and Stratification
Chair: Isabel Fernandez-Mateo
Rita Fontinha, Bas Koene, Maria José Chambel and Nele De Cuyper
HR attributions and the dual commitment of temporary agency workers and outsourced workers: Implications on performance
Marie-Rachel Jacob
Employment status diversity and workplace inequality: Bridging individual and collective levels by studying blended work groups in a firm
Joseph R. Keller and Matthew Bidwell
Promote or hire? The determinants of internal versus external mobility in a professional services firm
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
Identity, Perceptions and Employment
Chair: Olav Sorenson
Christina Keinert-Kisin, Reinhold Hatzinger and Sabine T. Koeszegi
What’s in a name? A personnel selection experiment on gender bias in job applicant assessment
Ming D. Leung
Job categories and geographic identity: A category stereotype explanation for occupational agglomeration
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
Gender and Age Discrimination
Chair: Emilio J. Castilla
Roberto Fernandez and Santiago Campero
Gender sorting and the glass ceiling in high tech
Lauren A. Rivera and Katherine Gan
Glass floors and glass ceilings: Sex homophily and heterophily in job interviews
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
The Effects of HR Practices and Policies
Chair: Isabel Fernandez-Mateo
Argyro Avgoustaki
High performance work practices, work uncertainty, and employee overtime. The mediating role of high performance work practices
Rocio Bonet, Tor Eriksson and Jaime Ortega
Up for review: Unravelling the link between formal evaluations and merit-based practices
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
Promotion Policies and Inequality
Chair: Olav Sorenson
Adina D. Sterling and Chris Rider
Shared education affiliation and workplace relationships
Matthew Bidwell, Shinjae Won and Roxana Barbulescu
Stairway to heaven? The effects of prior employers' status on subsequent employment outcomes
Pernille Gjerlřv-Juel and Christina Günther
Heroes today – but what about tomorrow? Gazelles and their long-run performance
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, A306 – Hanken School of Economics
The Long-Run Consequences of Organizational Attachments
Chair: Emilio J. Castilla
Michael Bognanno and Eduardo Melero
Promotion signals, age and education
Catherine R. Albiston, Shelley J. Correll, Traci Tucker and Christina Stevens
Laws, norms, and the caretaker penalty