Christopher Rider
Christopher Rider
Thomas C. Kinnear Professor & Associate Professor of Strategy, University of Michigan Ross School of
Verified email at umich.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
A garage and an idea: what more does an entrepreneur need?
PG Audia, CI Rider
California Management Review 48 (1), 6-28, 2005
1462005
How Employees' Prior Affiliations Constrain Organizational Network Change: A Study of US Venture Capital and Private Equity
CI Rider
Administrative Science Quarterly 57 (3), 453-483, 2012
802012
Entrepreneurs as organizational products revisited
PG Audia, CI Rider
The psychology of entrepreneurship, 145-162, 2006
782006
Constraints on the control benefits of brokerage: A study of placement agents in US venture capital fundraising
CI Rider
Administrative Science Quarterly 54 (4), 575-601, 2009
722009
Organizational Failure and Intraprofessional Status Loss
CI Rider, G Negro
Organization Science 26 (3), 633 - 649, 2015
49*2015
Labor market advantages of organizational status: A study of lateral partner hiring by large US law firms
CI Rider, D Tan
Organization Science 26 (2), 356-372, 2015
462015
Isolating the symbolic implications of employee mobility: price increases after hiring winemakers from prominent wineries
PW Roberts, M Khaire, CI Rider
American Economic Review 101 (3), 147, 2011
352011
Close, but not the same: locally headquartered organizations and agglomeration economies in a declining industry
PG Audia, CI Rider
Research Policy 39 (3), 360-374, 2010
332010
Experience and entrepreneurship: A career transition perspective
CI Rider, P Thompson, A Kacperczyk, J Tåg
ILR Review 72 (5), 1149-1181, 2019
30*2019
Let them go? How losing employees to competitors can enhance firm status
D Tan, CI Rider
Strategic Management Journal 38 (9), 1848-1874, 2017
282017
Educational credentials, hiring, and intra-occupational inequality: Evidence from law firm dissolutions
CI Rider
annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco …, 2014
27*2014
Racial disparity in leadership: Performance-reward bias in promotions of national football league coaches
CI Rider, J Wade, A Swaminathan, A Schwab
Georgetown McDonough School of Business Research Paper, 2016
172016
Why are Firms Rigid? A General Framework and Empirical Tests.
RJP De Figueiredo, E Rawley, CI Rider
Organization Science 26 (5), 1502-1519, 2015
162015
They just fade away: mortality in the US venture capital industry
CI Rider, A Swaminathan
Industrial and Corporate Change 21 (1), 151-185, 2011
162011
Still the same: The new venture diversity imperative and workforce segregation
J Chen, CI Rider
Working paper, 2015
6*2015
The Spatial Scope of Competition and the Geographical Distribution of Entrepreneurship: Magazine Foundings and the US Post Office
HA Haveman, CI Rider
Sociological Science 1, 111, 2014
52014
Career mobility and racial diversity in law firms
CI Rider, AD Sterling, D Tan
31915
Retention is not a strategic imperative: on the pros and cons of employee turnover
CI Rider, D Tan
Handbook of Research on Strategic Human Capital Resources, 2019
22019
Shared education affiliations and workplace relationships
AD Sterling, CI Rider
Georgetown McDonough School of Business Research Paper, 2014
22014
Envisioning value: Certification, matchmaking, and returns to brokerage.
CI Rider, S Samila
12018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20