Jason Ridge, Aaron D. Hill & Federico Aime. (2017). "Implications of Multiple Concurrent Pay Comparisons for Top Team Turnover". Journal of Management, http://jom.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/06/19/0149206314539349.full.pdf+html.
Aaron D. Hill, Federico Aime & Jason Ridge. "The Performance Implications of Resource and Pay Dispersion: The Case of Major League Baseball". Strategic Management Journal, (Forthcoming).
Oleg Petrenko, Federico Aime, Jason Ridge & Aaron D. Hill. (2016). "Corporate Social Responsibility or CEO Narcissism? CSR Motivations and Organizational Performance". Strategic Management Journal, 37 (2), 262-279. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/smj.2348/abstract?campaign=woletoc.
Jason Ridge, Federico Aime & Margaret White. (2015). "When Much More of a Difference Makes a Difference: Social Comparison and Tournaments in CEO’s Top Teams ". Strategic Management Journal, 36 (4), 618-636.
D.K. Tarus & Federico Aime. (2014). "Board Demographic Diversity, Firm Performance and Strategic Change: A Test of Moderation". Management Research Review. 37
S.E. Humphrey & Federico Aime. (2014). "Team microdynamics: Towards an organizing approach to teamwork.". Academy of Management Annals. 8, 443-503.
Federico Aime, S.E. Humphrey, D.S. DeRue & J. Paul. (2014). "The riddle of heterarchy: Power transitions in cross-functional teams". Academy of Management Journal, 57 (2)
Robert Zinko, Gerald R Ferris, Stephen E Humphrey, Christopher J Meyer & Federico Aime. (2012). "Personal reputation in organizations: Two-study constructive replication and extension of antecedents and consequences". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.. 85 (1), 156-180.
Jason Ridge, Aaron D. Hill, Federico Aime & Oleg Petrenko. (2012). " Pay structure implications for turnover in the CEO’s top team.". Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings.
T. DeGroot, Federico Aime, Scott Johnson & D. Kluemper. (2011). "Does talking the talk help walking the walk? An examination of the effect of vocal attractiveness in leader effectiveness". Leadership Quarterly. 22, 680-689.
Federico Aime, Lynn Van Dyne & Oleg Petrenko. (2011). "Role Innovation through Employee Social Networks: The Embedded Nature of Roles and Their Effect on Job Satisfaction and Career Success". Organizational Psychology Review. 4, 339-361.
Federico Aime & L. Van Dyne. (2010). "Bringing Social Structure to Both Sides of an Issue: How Proximal and Distal Ties Interact with Minority and Majority Positions to Affect Influence in Work Groups,” in R. Martin & M. Hewstone (eds.), Minority Influence and Innovation: Antecedents, Processes and Consequences". New York, NY: Psychological Press; in R. Martin & M. Hewstone (Eds.), Minority influence and innovation: Antecedents, processes, and consequences. , 312-340.
Federico Aime, Scott Johnson, Jason Ridge & Aaron D. Hill. (2010). "The Routine May be Stable But the Advantage is Not: Competitive Implications of Key Employee Mobility". Strategic Management Journal, 31 (1), 75-87.
Federico Aime, C.J. Meyer & S. Humphrey. (2010). "Legitimacy of Group Rewards: Analyzing Legitimacy as a Condition for the Effectiveness of Group Incentive Designs". Journal of Business Research. 63 (1), 60-66.
G. McNamara, Federico Aime & P. Vaaler. (2005). "Is Performance Driven by Industry- or Firm-Specific Factors? A Response to Hawawini, Subramanian, and Verdin". Strategic Management Journal, 26 (11), 1083-1086.