Elena Obukhova
Elena Obukhova
Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University
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TitleCited byYear
Do job seekers benefit from contacts? A direct test with contemporaneous searches
E Obukhova, G Lan
Management Science 59 (10), 2204-2216, 2013
742013
Motivation vs. relevance: Using strong ties to find a job in Urban China
E Obukhova
Social science research 41 (3), 570-580, 2012
612012
Why not all sea-turtles become brokers: The conflict between category membership and brokerage among returnee-firms in China
E Obukhova
MIT Sloan Research Paper, 2012
24*2012
When Politics Froze Fashion: The Effect of the Cultural Revolution on Naming in Beijing
E Obukhova, EW Zuckerman, J Zhang
American Journal of Sociology 120 (2), 555-583, 2014
212014
The Power of Local Networks: Returnee Entrepreneurs, School Ties, and Firm Performance
E Obukhova, Y Wang, J Li
Working paper, 2012
182012
Why Was There No Fashion in Mao’s China? Effects of Politics on Culture in the Case of Chinese Naming Practices
E Obukhova, EW Zuckerman, J Zhang
SSRN working paper (July 4, 2011), 2011
102011
The Rise of China's Silicon Valley: High-skilled Migrants and Technological Development
E Obukhova
University of Chicago, Department of Sociology, 2007
4*2007
Social Capital and Job Search in Urban China: The Strength-of-Strong-Ties Hypothesis Revisited
E Obukhova, L Zhang
Chinese Sociological Review 49 (4), 340-361, 2017
32017
A Lack of Security or of Cultural Capital? Acculturative Conservatism in the Naming Choices of Early 20th-Century US Jews
J Zhang, EW Zuckerman, E Obukhova
Social Forces 94 (4), 1509-1538, 2016
32016
Transcending the formal/informal distinction: commercial relations in Africa and Russia in the post-1989 world
E Obukhova, JI Guyer
Theory in economic anthropology, 199-220, 2002
32002
Scouting for Good Jobs: Gender and Networking in Job Search
E Obukhova, AM Kleinbaum
Tuck School of Business Working Paper, 2018
2*2018
Market Transition and Network-Based Job Matching in China: The Referrer Perspective
E Obukhova, B Rubineau
Available at SSRN 3357012, 2019
2019
The Strength-of-Weak-Ties Hypothesis in China Revisited: Evidence from Within-Individual Models
E Obukhova, L Zhang
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 18734, 2015
2015
BOOK REVIEW: The Making of the State Enterprise System in Modern China: The Dynamics of Institutional Change by Morris L. Bian
E Obukhova
American Journal of Sociology 112 (2), 629, 2006
2006
BOOK REVIEW: Bruce J. Dickson. Red Capitalists in China: The Party, Private Entrepreneurs, and Prospects for Political Change
E Obukhova
Economic Development and Cultural Change 52 (4), 901-903, 2004
2004
Scandals as Strategic Opportunities
M Kim, E Obukhova, M Jensen, O Hahl, JL Krieger, J Raffiee
Academy of Management Proceedings, 0
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