Hamori, M., & Koyuncu, B. 2013. The CEO experience trap. Forthcoming in the MIT Sloan Management Review

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2013. Understanding executive search. Accepted for publication in Organization Science on July 1, 2013

Hamori, M., & Koyuncu, B. 2013. Experience matters? The impact of prior CEO experience on firm performance. Accepted for publication in Human Resource Management on April 8, 2013

Hamori, M. 2013. Executive Career Success in Search Firm-Mediated Moves across Employers. Fortcoming in the International Journal of Human Resource Management. Published online on May 16, 2013

Bonet, R., Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2013. Labor market intermediaries and the new paradigm for human resources. Academy of Management Annals, 7: 339-390.

Hamori, M., Cao, J., & Koyuncu, B. 2012. Why Top Young Managers Are in a Nonstop Job Hunt. Harvard Business Review, 90(7/8), 28.

Hamori, M., & Koyuncu, B. 2011. Career advancement in large organizations: Do international assignments add value? International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(4): 843-862.

Hamori, M. 2010. Who Gets Headhunted – and Who Gets Ahead? The Impact of Search Firms on Executive Careers. Academy of Management Perspectives, 24(4): 46-59.

Hamori, M. 2010. Job-Hopping to the Top and Other Career Fallacies. Harvard Business Review, July/August: 154-157.

Koyuncu, B., Firfiray, S., Claes, B., & Hamori, M. 2010. CEOs with a functional background in operations: A recent look at their performance and prevalence at the top post. Human Resource Management, 49(5): 869-882.

Hamori, M., & Kakarika, M. 2009. External labor market strategy and career success: CEO careers in Europe and the United States. Human Resource Management, 48(3): 353-376.

Hamori, M. 2008. The secrets of career success in the 21st century. European Business Forum, 32(Spring): 28-33

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2008. Are Franchises Bad Employers? Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 61(2): 147-162.

Hamori, M. 2007. Career success after stigmatizing organizational events. Human Resource Management, 46(4): 493-511.

Hamori, M. 2006. Executive career advancement in career moves across employers: the role of organization-level predictors. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17(6): 1129-1151.

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2005. The new road to the top. Harvard Business Review, 83(1): 25-32.

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2000. Recruitment makes the most of the digital era. Financial Times (Mastering Management Series), December 4



Cao, J., & Hamori, M. 2012. Holding on to the highly-skilled: The impact of on-the-job development, the gap between development priorites and actual practices on organizational commitment. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. Retrievable from

Rivas, J. L., Hamori, M., & Mayo, M. 2009. Board diversity and firm internationalization. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings

Hamori, M. & Koyuncu, B. 2009. Does job-specific experience increase performance on the job? A look at 1001 European and US CEOs. EURAM Best Paper Proceedings, Boards and Governance Track



Hamori, M., Bonet, R., & Cappelli, P. 2011. Chapter 12: How organizations obtain human capital. Burton-Jones, A., & Spender, J. C. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Human Capital. Oxford University Press

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2007. Chapter 17: The institutions of outside hiring. In: (eds.) Gunz, H. & Peiperl, M. Handbook of Career Studies, SAGE Publications

Cappelli, P., & Hamori, M. 2001. Recruitment makes the most of the digital era. In: Pickford, J. 2001. Mastering Management, 2.0, Prentice Hall