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Carrie r. Leana

Katz Graduate School of Business.

Carrie Leana, Ph.D., is Professor of Business Administration and of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. She also holds a research appointment at The Learning Research and Development Center. Leana has published over fifty articles in leading academic journals on such topics as authority structures at work, employment relations, and the process and effects of organizational restructuring. Her book, Coping with Job Loss : How Individuals, Organizations, and Communities Respond to LayoHs, was a finalist for the Academy of Management’s Best Book Award in 1993. Two of her current projects focus on social capital in organizations and on how underemployment is defined and experienced. Her book, Relational Wealth : A New Model of Competitive Advantage, will be published by Oxford University Press in 2000. Leana was on the faculty of Management at the University of Florida for three years before joining the Katz School at the University of Pittsburgh in 1988. She has been coordinator of the organizational behavior and human resources faculty at the Katz School and currently serves on the board of the Institute for Industrial Competitiveness. She teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and is extensively involved in executive training. She is academic director of The Katz School’s MBAs Essentials Program, and past director of the Executive MBA Program. Leana’s research has been supported by such insitutions as the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Heinz Foundation, the Commonwealth Fund, and the Center for International Business. She has been retained as an organizational development consultant by numerous public- and private sector organizations ranging from the Houston Police Department to AT&T. In addition to her academic publishing, she has written essays and features for popular press outlets such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chicago Tribute Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times. She currently serves on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

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