Colleen Flaherty Manchester
Colleen Flaherty Manchester
Department of Work and Organizations, Carlson School, University of Minnesota
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Flexible work practices: a source of career premiums or penalties?
LM Leslie, CF Manchester, TY Park, SA Mehng
Academy of Management Journal 55 (6), 1407-1428, 2012
What will my account really be worth? Experimental evidence on how retirement income projections affect saving
GS Goda, CF Manchester, AJ Sojourner
Journal of Public Economics 119, 80-92, 2014
Why and when does the gender gap reverse? Diversity goals and the pay premium for high potential women
LM Leslie, CF Manchester, PC Dahm
Academy of Management Journal 60 (2), 402-432, 2017
Is the clock still ticking? An evaluation of the consequences of stopping the tenure clock
CF Manchester, LM Leslie, A Kramer
ILR Review 66 (1), 3-31, 2013
Predicting retirement savings using survey measures Of exponential‐growth bias And present bias
GS Goda, M Levy, CF Manchester, A Sojourner, J Tasoff
Economic Inquiry 57 (3), 1636-1658, 2019
Stop the clock policies and career success in academia
CF Manchester, LM Leslie, A Kramer
American Economic Review 100 (2), 219-23, 2010
General human capital and employee mobility: How tuition reimbursement increases retention through sorting and participation
CF Manchester
ILR Review 65 (4), 951-974, 2012
Incorporating employee heterogeneity into default rules for retirement plan selection
GS Goda, CF Manchester
Journal of Human Resources 48 (1), 198-235, 2013
Work–family conflict and self-discrepant time allocation at work.
PC Dahm, TM Glomb, CF Manchester, S Leroy
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 767, 2015
How costly is welfare stigma? Separating psychological costs from time costs
CF Manchester, KJ Mumford
Separating Psychological Costs from Time Costs (December 1, 2009), 2009
Work–family conflict is a social issue not a women's issue
LM Leslie, CF Manchester
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 4 (3), 414-417, 2011
Investment in general human capital and turnover intention
CF Manchester
American Economic Review 100 (2), 209-13, 2010
6. The Effect of Tuition Reimbursement on Turnover: A Case Study Analysis
CF Manchester
The analysis of firms and employees, 197-228, 2009
The effect of time use in explaining male–female productivity differences among economists
C Manchester, D Barbezat
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 52 (1), 53-77, 2013
The effect of pension plan type on retirement age: Distinguishing plan incentives from career length preferences
CF Manchester
Southern Economic Journal 77 (1), 104-125, 2010
Welfare stigma due to public disapproval
CF Manchester, KJ Mumford
University of Minnesota and Purdue University, unpublished working paper, 2010
Retirement Plan Type and Employee Mobility The Role of Selection
GS Goda, D Jones, CF Manchester
Journal of Human Resources 52 (3), 654-679, 2017
Who is a passive saver under opt-in and auto-enrollment?
GS Goda, MR Levy, CF Manchester, A Sojourner, J Tasoff
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 173, 301-321, 2020
Gender and the work-family domain: A social role-based perspective.
LM Leslie, CF Manchester, YS Kim
Oxford University Press, 2016
Screening for commitment: The effect of maternity leave use on wages
CF Manchester, LM Leslie, TY Park
Technical report. University of Minnesota, 2009
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