The Voice Bystander Effect: How Information Redundancy Inhibits Employee Voice
Hussain, I., Shu, R., Tangirala, S., & Ekkirala, S. (2018). Academy of Management Journal. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.0245
Conference Best Paper Proceedings
Organizational Emphasis on Work Meaning Inhibit Employee Expression of Material Resource Concerns
Hussain, I., Pitesa, M., & Thau, S. (2016). Academy of Management Proceedings. https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.14408abstract
Manuscripts in Preparation or Under Review
Parke, M., Tangirala, S., & Hussain, I. Citizenship in (and out of) flux: How and when supervisors and peers drive change in organizational citizenship behavior. [Target: Organization Science]
Hussain, I., Pitesa, M., & Thau, S. Money vs. meaning: How organizational emphasis on work meaning inhibits employee compensation demands. [Target: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes]
Selected Works in Progress
Hussain, I., Tangirala, S., & Sherf, S. The value of mixed signals: Men bring importance and women legitimacy to voice in coalitions selling gender equity issues at work.
Hussain, I., Pitesa, M., & Tangirala, S. Seeking out or evading talent? How manager status influence voice solicitation of upwardly mobile employees.
Hussain, I., Liao, H., & Campbell, E. When beauty behaves beastly: Attractive women suffer greater social penalties for assertive behavior.
Hussain, I., Ramanujam, R., & Tangirala, S. A field experiment on encouraging employee voice.
Hussain, I., Foulk, T. The effects of a maximizing mindset on work-related emotions, cognitions, and behaviors.
Hussain, I. How a maximizing orientation influences individual, group, and organizational outcomes.