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.