Aruna Ranganathan
Aruna Ranganathan
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
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Globalisation and outsourcing: confronting new human resource challenges in India's business process outsourcing industry
S Kuruvilla, A Ranganathan
Industrial Relations Journal 41 (2), 136-153, 2010
1112010
Economic development strategies and macro-and micro-level human resource policies: The case of India's “outsourcing” industry
S Kuruvilla, A Ranganathan
ILR Review 62 (1), 39-72, 2008
982008
The artisan and his audience: Identification with work and price setting in a handicraft cluster in Southern India
A Ranganathan
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (3), 637-667, 2018
38*2018
A Numbers Game: Quantification of Work, Auto-Gamification and Worker Productivity
A Ranganathan, A Benson
American Sociological Review 85 (4), 2020
30*2020
Train them to retain them: Work readiness and the retention of first-time women workers in India
A Ranganathan
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (4), 879-909, 2018
302018
Employee turnover in the business process outsourcing industry in India
A Ranganathan, S Kuruvilla
Management practices in high-tech environments, 110-132, 2008
26*2008
Professionalization and market closure: The case of plumbing in India
A Ranganathan
ILR Review 66 (4), 902-932, 2013
142013
Getting their hands dirty: How female managers motivate female worker productivity through subordinate scut work
A Ranganathan, R Shivaram
Management Science 67 (5), 3299-3320, 2021
12*2021
Not a blank slate: how managers come to define and approach the evaluation of merit
E Castilla, A Ranganathan
Unpublished Manuscript, 2018
8*2018
Work-Family Programs and Nonwork Networks: Within-Group Inequality, Network Activation, and Labor Market Attachment
A Ranganathan, DS Pedulla
Organization Science 32 (2), 315-333, 2021
5*2021
Pursuing Social Closure: How Exclusionary Tactics Shape State-Private Collaborations
A Ranganathan, L Doering
2*
Identification and Worker Responses to Workplace Change: Evidence from Four Cases in India
A Ranganathan
ILR Review, 2020
12020
ILR REVIEW
R Batt, L Kahn, M Amengual, E Castilla, L Giuliano, AS Litwin, ...
2021
In a Class of Their Own: The Role of Cultural Capital in Winning and Expanding Occupational Jurisdiction
A Ranganathan, J Hurwitz
2020
When the Tasks Line Up: How the Nature of Supplementary Taasks Affects Worker Productivity
A Ranganathan
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Research Papers, 2020
2020
In a Class of Their Own: Using Cultural Capital to Win Jurisdiction
A Ranganathan, J Hurwitz
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Research Papers, 2020
2020
Accountability, Transparency and Monitoring
HA Rahman, A Ranganathan, J Rosenfeld
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 14998, 2019
2019
Wage Theft in America, Kim Bobo
A Ranganathan
LERA For Libraries 13 (1), 2015
2015
Working with your hands: essays on craft occupations in India
A Ranganathan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014
2014
Subcontractors In Global Value Chains: A Typological Theory and Employment Systems Framework
A Ranganathan
2008
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