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Joseph P. Broschak

Joseph P. Broschak

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Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor
Eller Fellow
Associate Professor (by Courtesy), School of Sociology

  • Ph.D., Organization Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1999
  • MBA, Duke University, 1993
  • B.S., Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1982

Current Courses
  • BNAD 512 Managing Human Capital in Changing Organizations
  • MGMT 433 Managing Human Resources Strategically
  • MGMT 442 Designing and Managing Organizations
  • MGMT 471 Management Policies - Corporate Strategy
Areas of Expertise/Research
  • Social Embeddedness and Social Capital
  • Professional Service Firm - Client Relationships
  • Gender Differences and Mobility in Managerial Labor Markets
  • Organizational Structure and Change
  • Outsourcing and the use of Temporary, Contract, and Part-time Workers
  • Evolution  of Labor Markets and Product Markets
Publications and Working Papers

Refereed Publications

Broschak, Joseph P. and Emily S. Block.  2014.  With or Without You: When Managerial Exit Matters for the Dissolution of Dyadic Client-Agency Relationships.  Forthcoming.  Academy of Management Journal.

Cohen, Lisa E., and Joseph P. Broschak.  2013.  Whose Jobs are These? The Impact of the Proportion of Female Managers on the Number of New Management Jobs Filled by Women versus MenAdministrative Science Quarterly, 58(4): 509-541.

Davis-Blake, Alison, and Joseph P. Broschak.  2009.  Outsourcing and the Changing Nature of Work. Annual Review of Sociology, 35: 321-340.

Gupta, Amar, Elisa Mattarelli, Satwik Seshasai, and Joseph P. Broschak.  2009.  Use of Collaborative Technologies and Knowledge Sharing in Co-located and Distributed Teams: Towards the 24-Hour Knowledge FactoryJournal of Strategic Information Systems, 18(3): 147-161.

Haveman, Heather A., Joseph P. Broschak, and Lisa E. Cohen.  2009.  Good Times, Bad Times: The Differential Effect of Organizational Dynamics on Men’s and Women’s CareersResearch in the Sociology of Work, 19: 119-149.

Broschak, Joseph P., Alison Davis-Blake, and Emily S. Block. 2008. Nonstandard, Not Substandard: The Relationship between Work Arrangements, Work Attitudes, and Job PerformanceWork and Occupations, 35(1): 3-43.

Hui, Pamsy P., Alison Davis-Blake, and Joseph P. Broschak.  2008.  Managing Interdependence: The Effects of Outsourcing Structure on the Performance of Complex ProjectsDecision Sciences, 39(1): 5-31.

Broschak, Joseph P., and Alison Davis-Blake. 2006. Mixing Standard Work and Nonstandard Deals: The Consequences of Heterogeneity in Employment Relationships. Academy of Management Journal, 49: 371-393.

Broschak, Joseph P. 2004. Managers’ Mobility and Market Interface: The Effect of Managers’ Career Mobility on the Dissolution of Market Ties. Administrative Science Quarterly, 49: 608-640.

Davis-Blake, Alison, Joseph P. Broschak, and Elizabeth George. 2003. Happy Together? How Using Nonstandard Workers Affects Exit, Voice, and Loyalty Among Standard Employees. Academy of Management Journal, 46: 475-485.

Cohen, Lisa E., Joseph P. Broschak, and Heather A. Haveman. 1998. And Then There Were More? The Effect of Organizational Sex Composition on Hiring and Promotion of Managers. American Sociological Review, 63: 711-727.

Reprinted Articles

Cohen, Lisa E., Joseph P. Broschak, and Heather A. Haveman.  2011.  And Then There Were More?  The Effect of Organizational Sex Composition on Hiring and Promotion of Managers. American Sociological Review, 63: 711-727.  Reprinted in John C. Wood (Ed.), Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Abington, UK: Routledge Publishing.

Broschak, Joseph P.  2010.  Managers’ Mobility and Market Interface: The Effect of Managers’ Career Mobility on the Dissolution of Market TiesAdministrative Science Quarterly, 49: 608-640.  Reprinted in K.W. Koput and J.P. Broschak (Eds.), Social Capital in Business. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Edited Books

Empson, Laura, Daniel Muzio, Joseph P. Broschak, and C. Robert Hinings.  Forthcoming in 2014.  Oxford Handbook of Professional Service Firms.  London: Oxford University Press.

Koput, Kenneth W., and Joseph P. Broschak.  2010.  Social Capital in Business.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Book Chapters

Koput, Kenneth W., and Joseph P. Broschak.  2010.  Introduction.  In K.W. Koput and J.P. Broschak (Eds.), Social Capital in Business, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Broschak, Joseph P. and Keri Niehans. 2006. Social Structure, Employee Mobility, and the Circulation of Client Ties. In R. Greenwood and R. Suddaby (Eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations: Volume 24: Professional Service Firms, London: Elsevier, 369-401.

Vough, Heather C., Joseph P. Broschak, and Gregory B. Northcraft. 2005. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Effects of Contingent Employment Status on Workgroup Processes and Outcomes. In M.A. Neale, E.A. Mannix, & M. Thomas-Hunt (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Volume 7: Status, London: Elsevier, 229-257.

Davis-Blake, Alison and Joseph P. Broschak. 2000. Speed Bumps or Stepping Stones: The Effects of Labor Market Intermediaries on Relational Wealth. In C. Leana & D. Rousseau (Eds.), Relational Wealth: The Advantages of Stability in a Changing Economy. Oxford University Press, 91-115.

Working Papers and Projects

Broschak, Joseph P.  Client Relationships.  To appear in the Oxford Handbook of Professional Service Firms.  L. Empson, D. Muzio, J.P. Broschak, and C.R. Hinings (Eds.)

Broschak, Joseph P., Emily S. Block, and Sharon Koppman.  Will We Ever Meet Again?  The Relationship between Inter-agency Managerial Mobility and the Circulation of Client Ties.

Broschak, Joseph P., and Emily S. Block. Career Mobility among Women’s Collegiate Athletic Coaches: How Industry Evolution Shapes Men and Women’s Mobility Patterns in an Occupational Labor Market.

Broschak, Joseph P., Najung Kim, and Ruth V. Aguilera.  Taking Stock of Social Embeddedness: A Systematic Review of the Evolution of the Construct.

Broschak, Joseph P., Kenneth W. Koput, and Walter W. Powell.  Organizational Growth and Alliance Capability: Science and Strategy in a Knowledge-Intensive Field.

Davis-Blake, Alison, and Joseph P. Broschak.  Outsourcing and its Consequences for Organizations

Feyereisen, Scott, and Joseph P. Broschak.  Whose Side Are You on Anyway? The Role of States in Enabling and Constraining Professional Innovations in Healthcare Service Delivery.

Koput, Kenneth W., and Joseph P. Broschak.  The Entrepreneur as David on Horseback: Social Factors Influencing the Adoption of New Products in the Face of a Path-Dependent Standard.

Kraatz, Matthew S., and Joseph P. Broschak. Institutional Diffusion across Contested Terrain: The Slow and Uneven Spread of Women’s Intercollegiate Sports, 1973-1998.

McCormick, Marleen, Ruth V. Aguilera, and Joseph P. Broschak.  Employee Mobility and Inter-firm Ties: A Cross-national Study of Social Embeddedness in Advertising Agencies in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Professional Associations
  • Academy of Management
    • Chair of the OMT Division Research Committee, 2011- 2014
  • American Sociological Association
  • Industry Studies Association
Awards and Honors
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher, University of Arizona, Department of Management and Organizations, 2009, 2013.
  • Finalist for best paper published in Decision Sciences, 2008.
  • Finalist for best paper published in Academy of Management Journal, 2006.
  • College of Business Award for Excellence-in-Graduate Teaching (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2005
  • College of Business Alumni Association Award for Excellence-in-Graduation Teaching (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Business), 2005
Editorial Boards
  • Academy of Management Journal
  • Administrative Science Quarterly
  • Journal of Managerial Issues