Rider, Christopher, James B. Wade, Anand Swaminathan, and Andreas Schwab. (2023). "Racial disparity in leadership: Evidence of valuative bias in the promotions of National Football League coaches." Forthcoming in American Journal of Sociology.
Tan, David and Christopher I. Rider. (2022). “How the basis for status perceptions varies with perceiver status.” Organization Science, 34(2): 509-531.
Pierce, Lamar and Christopher I. Rider. (2022). "Supporting Mental Health at Work (Comment on 'The Epidemic of Mental Disorders in Business')." Administrative Science Quarterly, 67(1), 56–69.
Rider, Christopher I. and David Tan. (2019). “Retention is not a strategic imperative: On the pros and cons of employee turnover.” In A. J. Nyberg and T. P. Moliterno (eds.), Handbook of Research on Strategic Human Capital Resources. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Rider, Christopher I., Peter Thompson, Aleksandra J. Kacperczyk, and Joacim Tåg. (2019). “Experience and entrepreneurship: A career transition perspective.” ILR Review, Vol. 72. No. 5: 1149-1181.
Tan, David and Christopher I. Rider (2017). “Let them go? How losing personnel to competitors can enhance firm status.” Strategic Management Journal. Vol. 38. No. 9. 1848-1874.
Rider, Christopher I., Adina D. Sterling, and David Tan (2016). “Career mobility and racial diversity in law firms.” Ch. 12 in Diversity in Practice: Race, Class, and Gender in Legal and Professional Careers (Cambridge Univ. Press).
de Figueiredo, Rui J.P., Evan Rawley, and Christopher I. Rider (2015). “Why are firms rigid? A general framework and empirical tests.” Organization Science. Vol. 26. No. 5. 1502-1519.
Rider, Christopher I. and Giacomo Negro (2015). "Organizational failure and intraprofessional status loss." Organization Science. Vol. 26. No. 3: 633-649.
Rider, Christopher I. and David Tan (2015). "Labor market advantages of organizational status: A study of lateral partner hiring by large U.S. law firms." Organization Science. Vol. 26. No. 2: 356-372.
Haveman, Heather A. and Christopher I. Rider (2014). "The spatial scope of competition and the geographic distribution of entrepreneurship: Magazine foundings and the U.S. Post Office." Sociological Science, Vol. 1: 111-127.
Rider, Christopher I. (2012). "How employees' prior affiliations constrain organizational network change: A study of U.S. venture capital and private equity." Administrative Science Quarterly. Vol. 57. No. 3. 453-483.
Rider, Christopher I. and Anand Swaminathan (2012). "They just fade away: Mortality in the U.S. venture capital industry." Industrial and Corporate Change. Vol. 21. No. 1. 151-185.
Roberts, Peter W., Mukti Khaire, and Christopher I. Rider (2011). “Isolating the symbolic implications of employee mobility: Price increases after hiring winemakers from prominent wineries.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings. Vol. 101. No. 3. 147-151.
Audia, Pino G. and Christopher I. Rider (2010). "Close, but not the same: Locally-headquartered organizations and agglomeration economies in a declining industry." Research Policy. Vol. 39. No. 3. 360-374.
Rider, Christopher I. (2009). “Constraint on the control benefits of brokerage: A study of placement agents in U.S. venture capital fundraising." Administrative Science Quarterly. Vol. 54. No. 4. 575-601.
Audia, Pino G. and Christopher I. Rider (2006). "Entrepreneurs as organizational products: Revisited." The Psychology of Entrepreneurship. J.R. Baum, R.A. Baron and M. Frese (Eds.). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Audia, Pino G. and Christopher I. Rider (2005). "A garage and an idea: What more does an entrepreneur need?" California Management Review. Vol. 48. No. 1. 6-28.