Neha Shah

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Assistant Professor
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1WP 1006
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Academic Info

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles; Anderson School of Management, Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
B.A., University of Pennsylvania; Economics


Workplace Social Networks, Status Hierarchies


Organizational Behavior

Professor Shah studies the antecedents and consequences of workplace relationship networks, with a focus on the tradeoffs associated with workplace relationships, such as job performance.  Her research has been published in scholarly outlets including Organization Science, the Academy of Management Journal, and Journal of Management; her research has been featured by media outlets including The Atlantic, New York Times, Time, Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, USA Today, Forbes, and CNN.

Faculty Insights

Rutgers Business School News

Job performance benefits from helping others, according to new research by Rutgers Business School professors

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Professor Neha Shah worked with her colleague Professor Daniel Levin, who also teaches management at Rutgers, and Professor Rob Cross at the McIntire School of Commerce to look into the understudied implications of providing help. They focused on situations where a person provided task-focused problem-solving assistance to others and whether they benefited – beyond reciprocity – in the process. More ›

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