Isabel Fernandez-Mateo
Isabel Fernandez-Mateo
Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, London Business School
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TitleCited byYear
Networks, race, and hiring
RM Fernandez, I Fernandez-Mateo
American sociological review 71 (1), 42-71, 2006
3002006
The employment relationship and inequality: How and why changes in employment practices are reshaping rewards in organizations
M Bidwell, F Briscoe, I Fernandez-Mateo, A Sterling
Academy of Management Annals 7 (1), 61-121, 2013
1842013
Who pays the price of brokerage? Transferring constraint through price setting in the staffing sector
I Fernandez-Mateo
American Sociological Review 72 (2), 291-317, 2007
1142007
Cumulative gender disadvantage in contract employment
I Fernandez-Mateo
American Journal of Sociology 114 (4), 871-923, 2009
1092009
Relationship duration and returns to brokerage in the staffing sector
M Bidwell, I Fernandez-Mateo
Organization Science 57, 2010
65*2010
Bending the pipeline? Executive search and gender inequality in hiring for top management jobs
I Fernandez-Mateo, RM Fernandez
Management Science 62 (12), 3636-3655, 2016
582016
Anticipatory sorting and gender segregation in temporary employment
I Fernandez-Mateo, Z King
Management Science 57 (6), 989-1008, 2011
572011
Leaning out: How negative recruitment experiences shape women’s decisions to compete for executive roles
RA Brands, I Fernandez-Mateo
Administrative Science Quarterly 62 (3), 405-442, 2017
422017
Three is a Crowd? Understanding Triadic Employment Relationships’
M BIDWELL, I FERNANDEZ-MATEO
Employment relationships: new models of white-collar work, 142, 2008
362008
Coming with baggage: Past rejections and the evolution of market relationships
I Fernandez-Mateo, M Coh
Organization Science 26 (5), 1381-1399, 2015
72015
BEYOND ORGANIZATIONAL CAREERS: INFORMATION, LEARNING AND TRUST IN MEDIATED EMPLOYMENT ARRANGEMENTS.
I Fernandez-Mateo
Academy of Management Proceedings 2005 (1), A1-A6, 2005
72005
How free are free agents? Relationships and wages in a triadic labor market
I Fernández-Mateo
Dissertation manuscript, MIT Sloan School of Management, 2004
72004
Gender and organization science: Introduction to a virtual special issue
I Fernandez-Mateo, S Kaplan
Organization Science 29 (6), 1229-1236, 2018
62018
When being in the minority pays off: Relationships among sellers and price setting in the champagne industry
A Ody-Brasier, I Fernandez-Mateo
American Sociological Review 82 (1), 147-178, 2017
62017
Unnatural selection
R BRANDS, I FERNANDEZ‐MATEO
London Business School Review 28 (2), 32-33, 2017
12017
Minority Producers and Pricing in the Champagne industry: The Case of Female Grape Growers
A Ody-Brasier, I Fernandez-Mateo
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 12457, 2015
12015
‘When it doesn’t pay to stay: cumulative gender disadvantage in contract employment’’
I Fernandez-Mateo
67th Annual Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2007
12007
Why Champagne's female grape‐growers have reason to celebrate
I FERNANDEZ‐MATEO, A ODY‐BRASIER
London Business School Review 29 (3), 42-43, 2018
2018
Managing rejection to improve gender diversity in talent pipelines
I Fernandez-Mateo, B Rubineau, V Kuppuswamy
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14139, 2018
2018
GENDER PARITY: THE PIPELINE PROBLEM
I Fernandez‐Mateo
London Business School Review 27 (3), 18-20, 2016
2016
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