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Peter Cappelli, the Center’s Director, and the Center's affiliated faculty, are involved in a number of research projects related to human resources topics. Those listed below are just a few of the recent and ongoing projects.
Peter Cappelli is a Member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Employment (2012-2014).
Peter Cappelli was named to the 2011 list of Top 20 Most Influential International Thinkers as one of the people "whose ideas and actions are shaping practices in HR globally."
Peter Cappelli was the Editor of the Academy of Management Perspectives from 2005-2008.
Forthcoming Publications and Ongoing Research:
The China Way: A Study of Chinese Executives. The Center for Human Resources, the Center for Leadership & Change Management, and the China Europe International Business School are currently studying the unique elements in the strategy, HR practices, governance and leadership of major Chinese companies.
Designing Accountability Systems to Enhance Employee Decision-Making. The Center has provided funding for research by Shefali Patil and David Lebel on a project with the Office of the Inspector General at the Department of the Interior to examine how perceptions of performance evaluation and accountability systems affect employee behaviors, including innovation, counterproductive work behaviors, and decision making.
When Worlds Collide in Cyberspace: Work-Nonwork Boundary Management in Online Social Networking. The Center has provided funding for research by Nancy Rothbard et al. on the psychological, social, and organizational implications of managing the boundary between work and personal use of Facebook.
Cappelli, Peter: "Trends in Job Demands and the Implications for Older Workers," in Sara Czaja and Joseph Sharit (eds.): Aging and Work - An Assessment and Implications for the Future, Johns Hopkins Press, forthcoming.
Gelber, Alexander, and Daniel Sacks: "Individual Earnings Responses to Policy: Evidence from the Social Security Earnings Test," forthcoming.
Huang, Fali, and Peter Cappelli: "Applicant Screening and Performance-Related Outcomes." American Economic Review, forthcoming.
Conyon, Martin, S.I. Peck, and G.V. Sadler: "Executive Pay and Rewards," in Thomas Clarke (ed.): Handbook of Corporate Governance, Chapter 17, Sage Publications, forthcoming.