Research & Teaching Resources: Inequity

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RECENT POPULAR PRESS ARTICLES AND RESEARCH SUMMARIES

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

  • Alamgir, F., & Cairns, G. (2015). Economic inequality of the badli workers of Bangladesh: Contested entitlements and a ‘perpetually temporary’ life-world. Human Relations, 68(7), 1131-1153.
  • Alon, S., & Haberfeld, Y. (2007). Labor Force Attachment and the Evolving Wage Gap Between White, Black, and Hispanic Young Women. Work & Occupations, 34(4), 369-398.
  • Arnold, D. H., & Doctoroff, G. L. (2003). The Early Education of Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Children. Annual Review of Psychology, 54(1), 517.
  • Bapuji, H. (2015). Individuals, interactions and institutions: How economic inequality affects organizations. Human Relations, 68(7), 1059-1083.
  • Barrett, R. (2006). Language ideology and racial inequality: Competing functions of Spanish in an Anglo-owned Mexican restaurant. Language in Society, 35, 163-204.
  • Bidwell, M., Briscoe, F., Fernandez-Mateo, I., & Sterling, A. (2013). The Employment Relationship and Inequality: How and Why Changes in Employment Practices are Reshaping Rewards in Organizations. The Academy of Management Annals, 7(1), 61-121.
  • Crane, A. (2012). Modern slavery as a management practice: Exploring conditions and capabilities for human exploitation. Academy of Management Review.
  • Côté, S. (2011). How social class shapes thoughts and actions in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior, 31(0), 43-71.
  • Duncan, G. J., Yeung, W. J., Brooks-Gunn, J., & Smith, J. R. (1998). How Much Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children? American Sociological Review, 63(3), 406-423.
  • Edwards, P. K. (2015). Introductory note. Human Relations, 68(7), 1055-1057.
  • Evans, G. W. (2004). The Environment of Childhood Poverty. American Psychologist, 59(2), 77-92.
  • Gray, B., & Kish-Gephart, J. J. (2013). Encountering Social Class Differences at Work: How “Class Work” Perpetuates Inequality. Academy of Management Review, 38(4), 670-699.
  • Hahn, R. (2009). The Ethical Rational of Business for the Poor – Integrating the Concepts Bottom of the Pyramid, Sustainable Development, and Corporate Citizenship. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(3), 313-324.
  • Hamilton, D., Goldsmith, A. H., & Darity, W., Jr. (2008). Measuring the wage costs of limited English: Issues with using interviewer versus self-reports in determining Latino wages. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 30(3), 257-279.
  • Huffman, M. L., & Torres, L. (2001). Job Search Methods: Consequences for Gender-Based Earnings Inequality. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 58(1), 127-141.
  • Kistruck, G. M., Sutter, C. J., Lount, R. B., & Smith, B. R. (2013). Mitigating Principal-Agent Problems in Base-of-the-Pyramid Markets: An Identity Spillover Perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 56(3), 659-682.
  • Larsen, C. A. (2016). How three narratives of modernity justify economic inequality. Acta Sociologica (Sage Publications, Ltd.), 59(2), 93-111.
  • MacDonald, R., Shildrick, T., Webster, C., & Simpson, D. (2005). Growing Up in Poor Neighbourhoods: The Significance of Class and Place in the Extended Transitions of ‘Socially Excluded’ Young Adults. Sociology, 39(5), 873-891.
  • Maitner, A. T. (2015). Emotional reactions to unequal payment: The impact of meritocratic ideology and salary negotiability. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 18(2), 153-172.
  • Martin, S. R., Côté, S., & Woodruff, T. (2016). Echoes of Our Upbringing: How Growing Up Wealthy or Poor Relates to Narcissism, Leader Behavior, and Leader Effectiveness. Academy of Management Journal, 59, 1880-1895
  • Meuris, J., & Leana, C. R. (2015). The high cost of low wages: Economic scarcity effects in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior, 35, 143-158.
  • Noonan, A. E., Hall, G., & Blustein, D. L. (2007). Urban adolescents’ experience of social class in relationships at work. Journal of vocational behavior, 70(3), 542-560.
  • Parboteeah, K. P., & Cullen, J. B. (2003). Social Institutions and Work Centrality: Explorations Beyond National Culture. Organization Science, 14(2), 137-148.
  • Pearce, J. L. (2005). Organizational Scholarship and the Eradication of Global Poverty. Academy of Management Journal, 48(6), 970-972.
  • Riaz, S. (2015). Bringing inequality back in: The economic inequality footprint of management and organizational practices. Human Relations, 68(7), 1085-1097.
  • Rosenblatt, V. (2012). Hierarchies, Power Inequalities, and Organizational Corruption. Journal of Business Ethics, 111(2), 237-251.
  • Schneider, J. A. (2000). Pathways to opportunity: The role of race, social networks, institutions, and neighborhood in. Human Organization, 59(1), 72.
  • Shin, H. (2008). A New Insight into Urban Poverty: The Culture of Capability Poverty amongst Korean Immigrant Women in Los Angeles. Urban Studies (Sage), 45(4), 871-896.
  • Shrivastava, P., & Ivanova, O. (2015). Inequality, corporate legitimacy and the Occupy Wall Street movement. Human Relations, 68(7), 1209-1231.
  • Soylu, S., & Sheehy-Skeffington, J. (2015). Asymmetric intergroup bullying: The enactment and maintenance of societal inequality at work. Human Relations, 68(7), 1099-1129.
  • Trevor, C. O., Reilly, G., & Gerhart, B. (2012). Reconsidering Pay Dispersion’s Effect on the Performance of Interdependent Work: Reconciling Sorting and Pay Inequality. Academy of Management Journal, 55(3), 585-610.
  • Turkheimer, E., Haley, A., Waldron, M., D’Onofrio, B., & Gottesman, I. I. (2003). Socioeconomic status modifies heritability of IQ in young children. Psychological Science, 14(6), 623-628.
  • Xavier-Oliveira, E., Laplume, A. O., & Pathak, S. (2015). What motivates entrepreneurial entry under economic inequality? The role of human and financial capital. Human Relations, 68(7), 1183-1207.