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Maria Kraimer
Maria Kraimer
Rutgers University, School of Management and Labor Relations
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A social capital theory of career success
SE Seibert, ML Kraimer, RC Liden
Academy of management journal 44 (2), 219-237, 2001
39602001
Social networks and the performance of individuals and groups
RT Sparrowe, RC Liden, SJ Wayne, ML Kraimer
Academy of management journal 44 (2), 316-325, 2001
29582001
Proactive personality and career success.
SE Seibert, JM Crant, ML Kraimer
Journal of applied psychology 84 (3), 416, 1999
28091999
What do proactive people do? A longitudinal model linking proactive personality and career success
SE Seibert, ML Kraimer, JM Crant
Personnel psychology 54 (4), 845-874, 2001
25242001
The five-factor model of personality and career success
SE Seibert, ML Kraimer
Journal of vocational behavior 58 (1), 1-21, 2001
14592001
Sources of support and expatriate performance: The mediating role of expatriate adjustment
ML Kraimer, SJ Wayne, RAA Jaworski
Personnel psychology 54 (1), 71-99, 2001
10972001
The role of human capital, motivation and supervisor sponsorship in predicting career success
SJ Wayne, RC Liden, ML Kraimer, IK Graf
Journal of organizational behavior 20 (5), 577-595, 1999
8941999
Work value congruence and intrinsic career success: The compensatory roles of leader‐member exchange and perceived organizational support
B Erdogan, ML Kraimer, RC Liden
Personnel psychology 57 (2), 305-332, 2004
831*2004
Antecedents and outcomes of organizational support for development: the critical role of career opportunities.
ML Kraimer, SE Seibert, SJ Wayne, RC Liden, J Bravo
Journal of applied psychology 96 (3), 485, 2011
7692011
An examination of perceived organizational support as a multidimensional construct in the context of an expatriate assignment
ML Kraimer, SJ Wayne
Journal of management 30 (2), 209-237, 2004
7692004
The Covid-19 crisis as a career shock: Implications for careers and vocational behavior
J Akkermans, J Richardson, ML Kraimer
Journal of vocational behavior 119, 103434, 2020
7582020
Justice and leader-member exchange: The moderating role of organizational culture
B Erdogan, RC Liden, ML Kraimer
Academy of Management journal 49 (2), 395-406, 2006
7292006
Choices, challenges, and career consequences of global work experiences: A review and future agenda
MA Shaffer, ML Kraimer, YP Chen, MC Bolino
Journal of Management 38 (4), 1282-1327, 2012
7162012
Psychological empowerment as a multidimensional construct: A test of construct validity
ML Kraimer, SE Seibert, RC Liden
Educational and psychological measurement 59 (1), 127-142, 1999
5841999
The dual commitments of contingent workers: An examination of contingents' commitment to the agency and the organization
RC Liden, SJ Wayne, ML Kraimer, RT Sparrowe
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2003
4642003
The role of job security in understanding the relationship between employees' perceptions of temporary workers and employees' performance.
ML Kraimer, SJ Wayne, RC Liden, RT Sparrowe
Journal of applied psychology 90 (2), 389, 2005
4302005
The influence of expatriate and repatriate experiences on career advancement and repatriate retention
ML Kraimer, MA Shaffer, MC Bolino
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2009
3992009
Do leaders' influence tactics relate to members' helping behavior? It depends on the quality of the relationship
RT Sparrowe, BW Soetjipto, ML Kraimer
Academy of Management Journal 49 (6), 1194-1208, 2006
3662006
Even the best laid plans sometimes go askew: Career self-management processes, career shocks, and the decision to pursue graduate education.
SE Seibert, ML Kraimer, BC Holtom, AJ Pierotti
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (1), 169, 2013
3602013
Procedural justice as a two-dimensional construct: An examination in the performance appraisal context
B Erdogan, ML Kraimer, RC Liden
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 37 (2), 205-222, 2001
3152001
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