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Paul Carruth Faculty Profile

Paul Carruth

Visiting Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
Business Administration Division, Seaver College
CCB 314

Biography

Paul Carruth received his PhD from The Ohio State University and was a visiting scholar at IAE Business School before coming to Pepperdine. His research explores how individuals, organizations, and regions navigate order and disruption.

  • Carruth, P. Interpretations and Judgments through Contested Terrain: Cultural and Structural Dimensions of Meaning Making Following a Plant Closure. Organization.
  • "Collective Action Spillover and New Organizational Forms: Protest, Community Organizing, and the Worker-Recovered Business Movement", Carruth, P., SASE Annual Conference, Lyon, France, Presentations at academic conferences and seminars. (July 2, 2017).
  • "Collective Action Spillover and New Organizational Forms: Protest, Community Organizing, and the Worker-Recovered Business Movement", Carruth, P., SASE Early Career Workshop, Lyon, France. (June 30, 2017).
  • "Culture and Character: Identities and Meanings among Displaced Steelworkers", Carruth, P., AOM Annual Meetings, Anaheim, California. (July 2016).
  • "The Co-Evolution of Collective Action and Alternative Organizations," Carruth, P., Social Movements and The Economy Workshop, Evanston, Illinois. (October 30, 2015).
  • Carruth, P. Collective Action Spillover and Alternative Organizations: The Influence of Piquetero Protest Activity on Worker-Recuperated Businesses in Argentina, 1997-2007. Socio-Economic Review.