Lindsey D Cameron
Lindsey D Cameron
Assistant Professor of Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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Alternative work arrangements: Two images of the new world of work
GM Spreitzer, L Cameron, L Garrett
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 4 …, 2017
Helping people by being in the present: Mindfulness increases prosocial behavior
AC Hafenbrack, LD Cameron, GM Spreitzer, C Zhang, LJ Noval, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 159, 21-38, 2020
Expanding the locus of resistance: Understanding the co-constitution of control and resistance in the gig economy
LD Cameron, H Rahman
Organization Science 33 (1), 38-58, 2022
“Making out” while driving: Relational and efficiency games in the gig economy
LD Cameron
Organization Science 33 (1), 231-252, 2022
Support for social and cultural capital development in real-time ridesharing services
V Kameswaran, L Cameron, TR Dillahunt
Proceedings of the 2018 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2018
Risky business: Gig workers and the navigation of ideal worker expectations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LD Cameron, B Thomason, VM Conzon
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (12), 1821, 2021
The rise of algorithmic work: Implications for organizational control and worker autonomy
L Cameron
Algorithmic management: Its implications for information systems research
L Cameron, L Lamers, U Leicht-Deobald, C Lutz, J Meijerink, ...
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 52 (1), 518-537, 2023
Heroes from above but not (always) from within? Gig workers’ reactions to the sudden public moralization of their work
LD Cameron, CK Chan, M Anteby
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 172, 104179, 2022
“This seems to work”: Designing technological systems with the algorithmic imaginations of those who labor
L Cameron, A Christin, M Ann DeVito, T R. Dillahunt, M Elish, M Gray, ...
Extended abstracts of the 2021 CHI conference on human factors in computing …, 2021
Making out while driving: control, coordination, and its consequences in algorithmic work
LD Cameron
University of Michigan, 2018
(Relative) freedom in algorithms: How digital platforms repurpose workplace consent
L Cameron
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 11061, 2021
The good bad job: Autonomy and control in the algorithmic workplace
L Cameron
Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, 2018
The future of research in an artificial intelligence-driven world
M Kulkarni, S Mantere, E Vaara, E van den Broek, S Pachidi, VL Glaser, ...
Journal of Management Inquiry, 10564926231219622, 2023
Taming platform power: Taking accountability into account in the management of platforms
HA Rahman, A Karunakaran, LD Cameron
Academy of Management Annals 18 (1), 251-294, 2024
Alternative work arrangements
L Cameron, L Garrett, G Spreitzer
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 4, 473-99, 2017
Allies or adversaries? Making meaning of the gig employment relationship
L Cameron
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 20302, 2020
(Not) seeing like an algorithm: managerial control and worker resistance in the platform economy
L Cameron, HA Rahman
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 10248, 2021
Heros or Schmucks?: Implications of the Hero Narrative for Gig Workers During the CoVid-19 Pandemic
LD Cameron, JN Fekete
The Making of the “Good Bad” Job: How Algorithmic Management Manufactures Consent Through Constant and Confined Choices
LD Cameron
Administrative Science Quarterly, 00018392241236163, 2024
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