Research Papers / Publications


  • Anja Tuschke, Wm. Gerard Sanders, Exequiel Hernandez (2014), Whose Experience Matters in the Boardroom? The Effects of Experiential and Vicarious Learning on Emerging Market Entry, Strategic Management Journal, 35 (3), 398 - 418.    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison (2012), Industrial Policy and Development: The Political Economy of Capabilities Accumulation, Journal of Economic Literature, L.  Abstract
  • Arkadiy Sakhartov, Timothy B. Folta (2012), Rationalizing organizational change: A need for comparative testing, Organization Science, 24 (4), 1140 - 1156.  Abstract
  • Benner, Mary J, Ram Ranganathan (2012), Divergent reactions to convergent strategies: Investor beliefs and analyst reactions during technological change, Organization Science, (Provisionally Accepted).  
  • Mauro Guillen, Emilio Ontiveros, Global Turning Points (2012).
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), What Happened to Long Term Employment? The Role Of Worker Power and Environmental Turbulence in Explaining Declines in Worker Tenure, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Lawton R. Burns, Mark V. Pauly (2012), Accountable Care Organizations May Have Difficulty Avoiding The Failures of Integrated Delivery Networks Of The 1990s, Health Affairs, 31, 2407 - 2416. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0675.    Abstract
  • Raffi Amit, Belén Villalonga, "Financial performance of family firms ". In The Sage Handbook of Family Business, edited by L. Melin, M. Nordqvist, P. Sharma, (2012).
  • Joel Wooten, Karl Ulrich (Under Review), Idea Generation and the Role of Feedback: Evidence from Field Experiments with Innovation Tournaments.  Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2012), Giving time, time after time: Work design and sustained employee participation in corporate volunteering, Academy of Management Review, 37: 589-615.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Shefali Patil (2012), Challenging the norm of self-interest: Minority influence and transitions to helping norms in work units, Academy of Management Review, 37: 547-568.    Abstract
  • Mauro Guillen, Roberto Garvia, Andres Santana (2012), Embedded Play: Economic and Social Motivations for Sharing Lottery Tickets, European Sociological Review , (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Minyuan Zhao, J. Alcacer (2012), Local R&D Strategies and Multi-location Firms: The Role of Internal Linkages, Management Science, 58 (4), 734 - 753.
  • Randall Collins, Mauro Guillen (2012), Mutual Halo Effects in Cultural Production: The Case of Modernist Architecture, Theory & Society, (forthcoming).
  • Philip Tetlock, M. Horowitz, R. Herrmann (2012), Should systems thinkers accept the limits on political forecasting—or push the limits?, Critical Review
  • P. McGraw, J. Schwartz, Philip Tetlock (2012), From the Commercial to the Communal: Reframing Taboo Trade-Offs in Religious and Pharmaceutical Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research
  • Philip Tetlock (2012), Rational and irrational prejudices: How problematic is the ideological lopsidedness of social-personality psychology?, Perspectives in Psychological Science, 7, 519 - 521.
  • Nicole Rosenkranz, Connecting the dots: Studies on boundary-spanning ambidexterity at the individual, project, firm and alliance level, Difo-Druck: Bamberg
  • M. Horowitz, Philip Tetlock (2012), Trending Upward: How the intelligence community can better see into the future, Foreign Policy
  • Ethan Mollick (2012), People and Process, Suits and Innovators: The Role of Individuals in Firm Performance, Strategic Management Journal, 33 (9), 1001 - 1015.  Abstract
  • Katherine L. Milkman, Laura Huang, Maurice Schweitzer (Under Revision), Teetering between Cooperation and Competition: How Subtle Cues Unexpectedly Derail Coopetitive Workplace Relationships.    Abstract
  • Janice Nadler, Mary-Hunter McDonnell (2012), Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame, Cornell Law Review, 97, 257 - 304.  Abstract
  • Gary Dushnitsky, Thomas Klueter (Work In Progress), Formation of a Marketplace for Ideas: An Industry Analysis.
  • Andrea Martinez-Noya, Esteban Garcia-Canal, Mauro Guillen (2012), International R&D Service Outsourcing by Technology-Intensive Firms: Whether and Where?, Journal of International Management , 18, 18 - 37.    Abstract
  • K. Milkman, M. Mazza, L. Shu, Chia-jung Tsay, M.H. Bazerman (2012), Policy bundling to overcome loss aversion: A method for improving legislative outcomes, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117, 158 - 167.  
  • Raffi Amit, C. Zott, "Business Models ". In Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship Research, edited by M. H. Morris, D. F. Kuratko, (2012).
  • Witold Henisz (2012), Strategy and Competition in the Market and Non-Market Arena, Academy of Management Perspectives, 26 (3), 40 - 51.
  • Raffi Amit, "The Business Model as the Engine of Network-based Strategies ". In Network-Based Strategies and Competencies, edited by P. Kleindorfer, Y. Wind, (2012).
  • G. Chen, Payal Sharma, "Bringing together the yin and yang of social exchanges in teams". In Personal relationships at work: The effect of positive and negative work relationships on employee attitudes, behavior, and well-being, The SIOP Organizational Frontier Series, edited by L. T. Eby, T. D. Allen, (2012).
  • Gurneeta Vasudeva, Akbar Zaheer, Exequiel Hernandez (2012), The Embeddedness of Networks: Institutions, Structural Holes, and Innovativeness in the Fuel Cell Industry, Organization Science, 24 (3), 643 - 663.    Abstract
  • Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, John R Kimberly (2012), The sustainability of new programs and innovations: A review of the empirical literature and recommendations for future research, Implementation Science, 7, 17.
  • Bouchikhi Hamid, John R Kimberly (2012), Making mergers work, Sloan Management Review, 54(1), 63 - 70.
  • Tyler Wry, Lounsbury, M. (2012), Contextualizing the categorical imperative: Category linkages, technology focus, and resource acquisition in nanotechnology entrepreneurship, Journal of Business Venturing, Special Issue on Institutions, Entrepreneurs, and Communities, forthcoming. – a previous version of this paper was published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2011.
  • Benner, Mary J, Ram Ranganathan (2012), Offsetting illegitimacy? How pressures from securities analysts influence incumbents in the face of new technologies, Academy of Management Journal, 55:1.
  • Andrew Carton, J.N. Cummings (2012), A theory of subgroups in work teams, Academy of Management Review, 37 (3), 441 - 470.
  • Lawton R. Burns, Douglas Wholey, Jeffrey McCullough, Ralph W. Muller, Peter Kralovec (2012), The Changing Configuration of Hospital Systems: Centralization, Federalization, or Fragmentation?, Advances in Health Care Management, 13, 189 - 232. doi: 10.1108/S1474-8231(2012)0000013013 .  Abstract
  • Thomas Klueter, Felipe Monteiro (Working), No Strings Attached - When do firms benefit from loosely coupled research partnerships? .
  • Gary Dushnitsky, Thomas Klueter (Working), Unleashing Inventions - How do Firms Link Technologies to Applications in the Market for Technology? .
  • Iwan Barankay (Under Revision), Rank Incentives: Evidence from a Randomized Workplace Experiment (Revise and Resubmit at Management Science).    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli, ed., Strategic Talent Management: Contemporary Issues in an International Context (2012).
  • JR Keller, Peter Cappelli, "A supply chain approach to talent management". In Strategic Talent Management: Contemporary Issues in International Context, edited by Paul Sparrow, Hugh Scullion, Ibraiz Tarique, (2012).
  • Lawton R. Burns, The Business of Healthcare Innovation - 2nd Edition. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (2012).  Abstract
  • Lawton R. Burns, Stephen Sammut, David Lawrence, "Healthcare Innovation across Sectors: Convergences and Divergences". In The Business of Healthcare Innovation - 2nd Edition. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press., edited by Lawton R. Burns, (2012).  Abstract
  • Lawton R. Burns, Sean Nicholson, Joanna Wolkowski, "Pharmaceutical Strategy and the Evolving Role of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)". In The Business of Healthcare Innovation - 2nd Edition. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press., edited by Lawton R. Burns, (2012).  Abstract
  • Natalya Vinokurova, Adam Brandenburger (2012), Comment on "Toward a Behavioral Theory of Strategy", Organization Science, 23, 286 - 287.  
  • Iwan Barankay (Under Review), Rankings and Social Tournaments: Evidence from a Crowd-Sourcing Experiment.  Abstract
  • Shefali Patil, Ferdinand Vieider, Philip Tetlock, "Process and outcome accountability". In Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability, edited by Mark Bovens, Robert E. Goodin, Thomas Schillemans, (2012).  Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2012), Leading with meaning: Beneficiary contact, prosocial impact, and the performance effects of transformational leadership, Academy of Management Journal, 55: 458-476.    Abstract
  • A. Ghosh, X. Martin, Johannes M Pennings, F.C. Wezel (2012), Ambition is Nothing Without Focus: Technology Scope, Organizational Learning and Inventive Impact, R&R , Organization Science
  • Adam Grant, Jane Dutton (2012), Beneficiary or benefactor: The effects of reflecting about receiving versus giving on prosocial behavior, Psychological Science, 23: 1033-1039.    Abstract
  • Andrew Molinsky, Adam Grant, Joshua D. Margolis (2012), The bedside manner of homo economicus: How and why priming an economic schema reduces compassion, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 119: 27-37.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Politics and Firm Boundaries: How Organizational Structure, Group Interests and Resources Affect Outsourcing, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Daniel C. Feiler, Leigh P. Tost, Adam Grant (2012), Mixed reasons, missed givings: The costs of blending egoistic and altruistic reasons in donation requests, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48: 1322-1328.    Abstract
  • Sabine Sonnentag, Adam Grant (2012), Doing good at work feels good at home, but not right away: When and why perceived prosocial impact predicts positive affect, Personnel Psychology, 65: 495-530.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Do Women Choose Different Jobs From Men? Mechanisms of Application Segregation in the Market for Managerial Workers, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Olivier Chatain, Philipp Meyer-Doyle (Under Revision), How Do Firms Match Their Capabilities to Tasks? Evidence From M&A.
  • Phillipe Aghion, Mathias Dewatripont, Lousha Du, Ann Harrison, Patrick Legros (2012), Industrial Policy and Competition, American Economic Journal, forthcoming.  
  • J. Cummings, Martine Haas (2012), So Many Teams, So Little Time: Time Allocation Matters in Geographically Dispersed Teams, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33, 316 - 341.    Abstract
  • H. Posen, Daniel A Levinthal (2012), Chasing a Moving Target: Exploration and Exploitation in a Dynamic Environment, Management Science, 58, 587 - 601.
  • Rui de Figueiredo, Philipp Meyer-Doyle, Evan Rawley (2012), Inherited Agglomeration Effects in Hedge Fund Spawns, Strategic Management Journal, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • G. Surie, Lori Rosenkopf (Working), Knowledge valorization: How new technology firms emerge and create markets for knowledge.
  • Nicole Rosenkranz, Lori Rosenkopf (Working), Alliance ambidexterity: When exploration and exploitation cross firm boundaries.
  • Witold Henisz, Raymond E. Levitt, Scott Richard (2012), Toward a Unified Theory of Project Governance: Economic, Sociological and Psychological Supports for Relational Contracting, Engineering Project Organization Journal, 2 (1), 37 - 56.
  • Lori Rosenkopf, A. Gupta (Working), All networks are not equal: Multiple sources of information transfer and their effects on alliance formation rates in the cellular industry.
  • G. Dokko, A. Nigam, Lori Rosenkopf (2012), Keeping steady as she goes: A negotiated order perspective on technological evolution, Organization Studies, 33, 681 - 703.    Abstract
  • Karl Ulrich, Karan Girotra (Work In Progress), Empirical Evidence for the Role of the Domain Name Itself in Website Performance.
  • Adam Grant, "The unbearable lightness of meetings" in Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship.
  • Raffi Amit, C. Zott (2012), Creating value through business model innovation, Sloan Management Review, 53 (3), 41 - 49.
  • Jordan Siegel, Prithwiraj Choudhury (2012), A Reexamination of Tunneling and Business Groups: New Data and New Methods, Review of Financial Studies
  • M. Schulte, N.A. Cohen, Katherine Klein (2012), The Coevolution of Network Ties and Perceptions of Team Psychological Safety, Organization Science, 23, 564.    Abstract
  • Evan Rawley, Tim Simcoe (2012), Information Technology, Productivity and Asset Ownership: Evidence from Taxicab Fleets, Organization Science, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Guy David, Evan Rawley, Daniel Polsky (2012), Integration and Task Allocation: Evidence from Patient Care, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Prithwiraj Choudhury, James Geraghty, Tarun Khanna (2012), A 'Core Periphery' Framework to Navigate Emerging Market Governments—Qualitative Evidence from a Biotechnology Multinational, Global Strategy Journal, 2(1): 71-87.
  • Shimul Melwani, Jennifer Mueller, Jennifer Overbeck (2012), Looking down: The influence of contempt and compassion on leadership perceptions, Journal of Applied Psychology, (In press).
  • J. Minson, Jennifer Mueller (2012), The cost of collaboration: Why joint decision making exacerbates rejection of outside information, Psychological Science, (In press).
  • Jennifer Mueller (2012), Why Individuals in Larger Teams Perform Worse, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117(1): 111-124.
  • Jennifer Mueller, Melwani, S., Goncalo, J. (2012), The bias against creativity: Why people desire yet reject creative ideas., Psychological Science, 21(1): 13-17.
  • Luosha Du, Ann Harrison, Gary Jefferson (2012), Testing for Horizontal and Vertical Foreign Investment Spillovers in China, 1998-2007, Journal of Asian Economics, 23 (3), 234 - 243.
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2012), Team Incentives: Evidence from a Firm Level Experiment, Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Ron Adner (2012), What Firms Make vs. What They Know: How Firms’ Production and Knowledge Boundaries Affect Competitive Advantage in the Face of Technological Change, Organization Science, 23 (5), 1227 - 1248.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell (2012), Book Review of “Freelancing Expertise: Contract Professionals in the New Economy", Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 6(1): 181-182.  Abstract
  • J. Pearce, Laura Huang (2012), Toward an Understanding of What Actionable Research Is, Academy of Management Learning & Education
  • J. Pearce, Laura Huang (2012), The Decreasing Value of Our Research to Management Education, Academy of Management Learning & Education