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Kathryn L. Shaw
Kathryn L. Shaw
Ernest C. Arbuckle Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business
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The effects of human resource management practices on productivity
C Ichniowski, KL Shaw, G Prennushi
National bureau of economic research, 1995
48351995
How does information technology affect productivity? Plant-level comparisons of product innovation, process improvement, and worker skills
A Bartel, C Ichniowski, K Shaw
The quarterly journal of Economics 122 (4), 1721-1758, 2007
8592007
How does information technology affect productivity? Plant-level comparisons of product innovation, process improvement, and worker skills
A Bartel, C Ichniowski, K Shaw
The quarterly journal of Economics 122 (4), 1721-1758, 2007
8592007
The effects of human resource management systems on economic performance: An international comparison of US and Japanese plants
C Ichniowski, K Shaw
Management science 45 (5), 704-721, 1999
7141999
The effects of human resource management systems on economic performance: An international comparison of US and Japanese plants
C Ichniowski, K Shaw
Management science 45 (5), 704-721, 1999
7131999
Personnel economics: The economist's view of human resources
EP Lazear, KL Shaw
Journal of economic perspectives 21 (4), 91-114, 2007
6642007
Beyond incentive pay: Insiders' estimates of the value of complementary human resource management practices
C Ichniowski, K Shaw
Journal of Economic Perspectives 17 (1), 155-180, 2003
6222003
Targeting managerial control: evidence from franchising
F Lafontaine, KL Shaw
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001
4772001
Targeting managerial control: evidence from franchising
F Lafontaine, KL Shaw
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001
4772001
The dynamics of franchise contracting: Evidence from panel data
F Lafontaine, KL Shaw
Journal of political Economy 107 (5), 1041-1080, 1999
4761999
The dynamics of franchise contracting: Evidence from panel data
F Lafontaine, KL Shaw
Journal of political Economy 107 (5), 1041-1080, 1999
4761999
An empirical analysis of risk aversion and income growth
KL Shaw
Journal of Labor Economics 14 (4), 626-653, 1996
3871996
Opportunity counts: Teams and the effectiveness of production incentives
B Boning, C Ichniowski, K Shaw
Journal of Labor Economics 25 (4), 613-650, 2007
3502007
The value of bosses
EP Lazear, KL Shaw, CT Stanton
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (4), 823-861, 2015
3322015
Old dogs and new tricks: determinants of the adoption of productivity-enhancing work practices
C Ichniowski, K Shaw, RW Crandall
Brookings papers on economic activity. Microeconomics 1995, 1-65, 1995
3091995
Social capital and organizational change in high‐involvement and traditional work organizations
J Gant, C Ichniowski, K Shaw
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 11 (2), 289-328, 2002
2852002
Occupational change, employer change, and the transferability of skills
KL Shaw
Southern Economic Journal, 702-719, 1987
2281987
A formulation of the earnings function using the concept of occupational investment
KL Shaw
Journal of Human Resources, 319-340, 1984
2011984
Franchising growth and franchisor entry and exit in the US market: Myth and reality
F Lafontaine, KL Shaw
Journal of Business Venturing 13 (2), 95-112, 1998
1981998
Serial entrepreneurship: Learning by doing?
F Lafontaine, K Shaw
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (S2), S217-S254, 2016
1962016
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