Working Papers

“Innovation Orientation and Benefits Provisions for the Rank and File” (Job Market Paper)

Metric Intensity and Innovation Dependency” (with Shelley Xin Li and Kenneth Merchant, under review at The Accounting Review)

 

Home Alone: How Organizations Achieve Control when Employees Work from Home” (with David Erkens and S. Mark Young) 

“Performance Metrics and Innovation Dependency” (with Shelley Xin Li and Kenneth Merchant, under first-round review at The Accounting Review)

Drawing on data from a sample of 290 small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), we provide empirical evidence on the relationship between metric intensity (i.e., the quantity and frequency with which performance metrics are tracked and used in an organization) and the type of innovation.

“Home Alone: How Organizations Achieve Control when Employees Work from Home” (with David Erkens and S. Mark Young)

We study which firms and jobs are more likely to give employees the freedom to work from home, and how personnel controls and results controls mitigate moral hazard problems associated with letting employees work remotely. To corroborate our large-sample study, we also examine whether a company states any work-from-home policy in its job postings through textual analysis.