Joe Raffiee

Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
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PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Joe Raffiee is an Assistant Professor of Strategy. Joe's research focuses on employee mobility and entrepreneurship. Joe's research has been published or is forthcoming in Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Management Science, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and the Academy of Management Perspectives. His research has also been covered and cited by media outlets such as the Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post, Inc. Magazine, and Wired. In 2021, Joe was recognized as one of the “Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors" by Poets and Quants.
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Odilon Camara, Nan Jia, Joe Raffiee () "Reputation, competition, and lies in labor market recommendations ,"  Management Science.
Heejung Byun, Joe Raffiee () "Career specialization, involuntary worker-firm separations, and employment outcomes: Why generalists outperform specialists when jobs are displaced ,"  Administrative Science Quarterly.
Rajshree Agarwal, Martin Ganco, Joe Raffiee () "Immigrant Entrepreneurship: The Effect of Early Career Immigration Constraints on New Venture Formation ,"  Organization Science  33, 1372-1395.
Aseem Kaul, Martin Ganco, Joseph Raffiee () "When Subjective Judgments Lead to Spinouts: Employee Entrepreneurship underUncertainty, Firm-Specificity, and Appropriability ,"  Academy of Management Review.
Joe Raffiee, Heejung Byun () "Revisiting the Portability of Performance Paradox: Employee Mobility and the Utilization of Human and Social Capital Resources ,"  Academy of Management Journal  63, 34-63.
Heejung Byun, Joe Raffiee, Martin Ganco () "Discontinuities in the Value of Relational Capital: The Effects on Employee Entrepreneurship and Mobility ,"  Organization Science  30, 1368-1393.
Joe Raffiee, Russ Coff () "Micro-Foundations of Firm-Specific Human Capital: When Do Employees Perceive Their Skills to be Firm-Specific? ,"  Academy of Management Journal  59, 766-790.
Alex Stajkovic, Dongseop Lee, Jessica Greenwald, Joe Raffiee () "The Role of Trait Core Confidence Higher-Order Construct in Self-Regulation of Performance and Attitudes: Evidence from Four Studies ,"  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes  128, 29-48.
Russ Coff, Joe Raffiee () "Toward a Theory of Perceived Firm-Specific Human Capital ,"  Academy of Management Perspectives  29, 326-341.