Research Papers / Publications


  • Lawton R. Burns, Mark V. Pauly (2008), Price Transparency For Medical Devices, Health Affairs, 27(6): 1544-1553, 2008.  Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, G. Padula (2008), Investigating the microstructure of network evolution: Alliance formation in the mobile communications industry, Organization Science, 19, 669 - 687.    Abstract
  • Felipe Monteiro, Niklas Arvidsson, Julian Birkinshaw (2008), Knowledge Flows within Multinational Corporations: Explaining Subsidiary Isolation and its Performance Implications, Organization Science, 19(1): 90-107.  Abstract
  • Michael E. Porter, Nicolaj Siggelkow (2008), Contextual Interactions within Activity Systems and Sustainability of Competitive Advantage, Academy of Management Perspectives, 22(2): 34-56.    Abstract
  • Neil Andy Cohen, M. Schulte, Katherine Klein (2008), Which comes first: The Co-evolution of Team Network Ties and Perceptions of Team Psychological Safety, Organization Science, Revise and resubmit.
  • Nan Zhou, Andrew Delios, Weiwei Xu (2008), Ownership Structure and the Diversification and Performance of Publicly-Listed Companies in China, Business Horizons, 51(6): 473-483.
  • P. Ghemawat, Daniel A Levinthal (2008), Choice Structures and Business Strategy, Management Science, 54: 1638-1651.    Abstract
  • Felipe Monteiro, Niklas Arvidsson, Julian Birkinshaw (2008), Being in the Out Crowd: Why do some subsidiaries become isolated – and does it matter?, MIT Sloan Management Review, 49(2): 13-14.  Abstract
  • Ron Adner, Daniel A Levinthal (2008), Doing versus Seeing: Acts of Exploitation and Perceptions of Exploration, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2: 43-52.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (2008), Capital One Financial and a Decade of Experience with Newly Vulnerable Markets: Some Propositions Concerning the Competitive Advantage of New Entrants, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 17 (3), 179 - 189.
  • S. Ethiraj, Daniel A Levinthal, R. Roy (2008), The Dual Role of Modularity: Innovation and Imitation, Management Science, 54: 939-955.    Abstract
  • Lawton R. Burns, Ralph W. Muller (2008), Hospital-Physician Collaboration: Landscape of Economic Integration and Impact on Clinical Integration, Milbank Quarterly, 86(3): 375 - 434, 2008.  Abstract
  • John R Kimberly, R. Martin (2008), Back from the Brink: Managerial Lessons from the Turnaround at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Organizational Dynamics  Abstract
  • Esteban Garcia-Canal, Mauro Guillen (2008), Risk and the Strategy of Foreign Location Choice in Regulated Industries, Strategic Management Journal, 29, 1097 - 1115.
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2008), Social Capital in the Workplace: Evidence on its Formation and Consequences, Labor Economics, Vol 15, 725-749.    Abstract
  • L. Capron, Olivier Chatain (2008), Competitors’ Resource-Oriented Strategies: Acting upon Competitors’ Resources thro.ugh Interventions in Factor Markets and Political Markets, Academy of Management Review, 33(1) 97-121.    Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, G. Mitchell (2008), Calibrating prejudice in milliseconds, Social Psychology Quarterly, 71:12-16.  Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (2008), A Servant of Two Masters: Towards a Theory of Triadic Employment Relationships, , In Cappelli, P. ed: “Employment Relationships: New Models of White Collar Work”, Cambridge University Press 142-178.
  • J. D. Mayer, R. D. Roberts, Sigal Barsade (2008), Human Abilities: Emotional Intelligence, Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 507-536.    Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, G. Mitchell, T.L. Murray (2008), The challenge of debiasing personnel decisions: Avoiding both under- and overcorrection, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1: 439-443.  Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, M. Oppenheimer (2008), The boundaries of the thinkable: Environmentalism in the early twenty-first century, Daedalus, 137(2): 59-70.  Abstract
  • Saikat Chaudhuri (2008), Measuring Absorptive Capacity: Effects of Pre-merger Internal Knowledge, Alliances, and Minority Investments on Acquisition Performance, Paper given at Strategic Management Society Conference, Cologne
  • Sigal Barsade, L. Ramarajan, O. Burack (2008), The influence of organizational respect on emotional exhaustion in the human services, The Journal of Positive Psychology, 3, 4-18.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Jane Dutton, Brent Rosso (2008), Giving commitment: Employee support programs and the prosocial sensemaking process, Academy of Management Journal, 51: 898-918.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2008), Does intrinsic motivation fuel the prosocial fire? Motivational synergy in predicting persistence, performance, and productivity, Journal of Applied Psychology    Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2008), The significance of task significance: Job performance effects, relational mechanisms, and boundary conditions, Journal of Applied Psychology, 93: 108-124.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2008), Employees without a cause: The motivational effects of prosocial impact in public service, International Public Management Journal    Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2008), Designing jobs to do good: Dimensions and psychological consequences of prosocial job characteristics, Journal of Positive Psychology, 3, 19 - 39.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Susan J. Ashford (2008), The dynamics of proactivity at work, Research in Organizational Behavior, 28, 3 - 34.    Abstract
  • J. Gans, David Hsu, S. Stern (2008), The Impact of Uncertain Intellectual Property Rights on the Market for Ideas: Evidence from Patent Grant Delays, Management Science, 54: 982-997.  Abstract
  • Adrian E. Tschoegl, Mauro Guillen (2008), La Internacionalización de la banca española, Universia Business Review, 73-84.  Abstract
  • Martine Haas, M. Banerjee (2008), Transnational Teams in Knowledge-Intensive Organizations, Handbook of 21st Century Management, 2, 34 - 43.    Abstract
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2008), It Ain't Over Until the Fat Lady Sings: Three Narratives Relating to the Rise and Possible Fall of the Second Wave of Globalization,  
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2008), Globalization, Transnational Corporations and the Future of Global Governance, Handbook of Research on Global Corporate Citizenship  
  • John Paul MacDuffie (2008), HRM and Distributed Work: Managing People Over Distance, Academy of Management Annals  
  • Stewart Friedman (2008), Be a better leader, have a richer life, Harvard Business Review
  • Peter Cappelli (2008), Talent Management for the 21st Century, Harvard Business Review
  • Lori Rosenkopf, T. Schleicher (2008), Below the tip of the iceberg: The co-evolution of formal and informal interorganizational relations in the telecommunications industry, Managerial and Decision Economics, 29, 425 - 441.    Abstract
  • C. Zott, Raffi Amit (2008), The fit between product market strategy and business model: implications for firm performance, Strategic Management Journal, 29 (1), 1 - 26.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (2008), How Information Changes Consumer Behavior And How Consumer Behavior Determines Corporate Strategy, Journal of Management Information Systems, 25 (2).
  • Eric K. Clemons, Gordon Gao (2008), Consumer Informedness and Diverse Consumer Purchasing Behaviors: Traditional Mass-Market, Trading Down, and Trading Out into the Long Tail, ECommerce Research and Applications, 7 (1), 3 - 17.
  • Tracy L. Dumas, Nancy Rothbard, Katherine W. Phillips (2008), Self disclosure in demographically diverse groups, Research on Managing Groups and Teams, 11, 143 - 156.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli, Monica Hamori (2008), Are Franchises Bad Employers?, . Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 61 (2), 147 - 162.
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan, Clair Null (2007), U.S. Multinational Activity Abroad and U.S. Jobs: Substitutes or Complements?, Industrial Relations, Vol. 45(2): 347-365.  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2007), Outlining a Research Agenda on the Links between Globalization and Poverty, Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 5(1): 123-134.  
  • Emma Aisbett, Ann Harrison, Alix Peterson Zwane (2007), Globalization and Poverty: What is the Evidence,, Trade, Globalization, and Poverty  
  • Gordon Hanson, Ann Harrison (2007), Trade Liberalization and Wage Inequality in Mexico, The WTO and Poverty and Inequality  
  • Adrian E. Tschoegl (2007), McDonald’s – much maligned, but an engine of development, Global Economic Journal, 7(4): 5.  Abstract
  • Saikat Chaudhuri (2007), Balancing Knowledge Preservation, Transfer, and Application: Integration Strategies in Acquisitions, Paper given at Strategic Management Society conference, San Diego
  • Eric K. Clemons (2007), An Empirical Investigation of Third-Party Seller Rating Systems in E-Commerce: The Case of buySAFE, Journal of Management Information Systems, 24 (2).
  • Rahul Kapoor, Kwanghui Lim (2007), The Impact of Acquisitions on the Productivity of Inventors at Semiconductor Firms: A Synthesis of Knowledge-Based and Incentive-Based Perspectives, Academy of Management Journal, 50 (5), 1133 - 1155.    Abstract
  • D. A. Harrison, Katherine Klein (2007), What's the difference? Diversity constructs as separation, variety or disparity in organizations, Academy of Management Review, 32: 1199-1228.    Abstract
  • Y. Cohen-Charash, Jennifer Mueller (2007), Does unfairness exacerbate or mitigate interpersonal counterproductive work behaviors related to envy?, Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 666-680.  Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow (2007), Persuasion with Case Studies, Academy of Management Journal (translated in Chinese in: 2008. Management World, 6, pp. 156-160), 50: 20-24.    Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal, H. Posen (2007), Myopia of Selection: Does Organizational Adaptation Limit the Efficiency of Population Selection?, Administrative Science Quarterly, 52: 586-620.    Abstract
  • J. Klein, Laura Huang (2007), After All Is Lost: Meeting the Material Needs of Adolescent Disaster Survivors, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing
  • Daniel A Levinthal (2007), Technology: The role of network structures, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1: 189-190.  
  • G. Gavetti, Daniel A Levinthal, W. Ocasio (2007), Neo-Carnegie: The Carnegie School’s Past, Present, and Reconstructing for the Future, Organization Science, 18: 523-536.    Abstract
  • John Paul MacDuffie, S. Helper (2007), Collaboration in Supply Chains: With and Without Trust, The Firm as Collaborative Community, Charles Heckscher and Paul Adler (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press, 416-466.
  • T. Knudsen, Daniel A Levinthal (2007), Two faces of search: Alternative generation and alternative evaluation, Organization Science, 18: 39-54.    Abstract
  • John R Kimberly, C. Rye (2007), The Adoption of Innovations by Provider Organizations in Health Care, Medical Care Research and Review  Abstract
  • Jan W. Rivkin, Nicolaj Siggelkow (2007), Patterned Interactions in Complex Systems: Implications for Exploration, Management Science, 53: 1068-1085.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Saikat Chaudhuri, A. Mandal (2007), Resource Allocation in Acquisitions: Tradeoffs Between Integration and Operations, Paper given at Academy of Management conference, Philadelphia
  • Olivier Chatain, P. Zemsky (2007), The Horizontal Scope of the Firm: Organizational Tradeoffs versus Buyer-Supplier Relationships., Management Science, 53 (4) 550-565.    Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, M. Schilling (2007), Comparing Alliance Network Structure Across Industries: Observations and Explanations, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1, 191 - 209.    Abstract
  • Matthew Bidwell, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (2007), Long Term-Brokerage: Relationship Duration and Returns to Brokerage in the Staffing Sector, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
  • Matthew Bidwell, Diane M. Burton (2007), It’s the Thought that Counts: How Manager’s Beliefs Shape the Effects of Monitoring, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
  • Martine Haas, M. T. Hansen (2007), Different Knowledge, Different Benefits: Toward a Productivity Perspective on Knowledge Sharing in Organizations, Strategic Management Journal, 28: 1133-1153.    Abstract
  • Iwan Barankay, Ben Lockwood (2007), Decentralization and the Productive Efficiency of Government: Evidence from Swiss Cantons, Journal of Public Economics, Vol 91(5-6) 1197-1218.    Abstract
  • David Hsu (2007), Experienced Entrepreneurial Founders, Organizational Capital, and Venture Capital Funding, Research Policy, 36: 722-741.  Abstract
  • David Hsu, E. Roberts, C. Eesley (2007), Entrepreneurs from Technology-based Universities: Evidence from MIT, Research Policy, 36: 768-788.  Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2007), Relational job design and the motivation to make a prosocial difference, Academy of Management Review, 32, 393 - 417.    Abstract
  • J. Scott Armstrong, Adrian E. Tschoegl (2007), Review of Expert Political Judgement by P.E. Tetlock : How good is it? How can we know?, International Journal of Forecasting, 23, 339 - 342.  
  • Adam Grant, Elizabeth M. Campbell, Grace Chen, Keenan Cottone, David Lapedis, Karen Lee (2007), Impact and the art of motivation maintenance: The effects of contact with beneficiaries on persistence behavior, Organizatiional Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 103: 53-67.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Marlys Christianson, Richard Price (2007), Happiness, health, or relationships? Managerial practices and employee well-being tradeoffs, Academy of Management Perspectives, 21, 51 - 63.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Elizabeth M. Campbell (2007), Doing good, doing harm, being well and burning out: The interactions of perceived prosocial and antisocial impact in service work, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 80, 665 - 691.    Abstract
  • Yitzhak Fried, Adam Grant, Ariel Levi, Michael Hadani, Linda Slowik (2007), Job design in temporal context: A career dynamics perspective, Journal of Organizational Behavior    Abstract
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2007), Incentives for Managers and Inequality Among Workers: Evidence from a Firm Level Experiment, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol 122(2), 729-773.    Abstract
  • David Hsu, R. Ziedonis (2007), Patents as Quality Signals for Entrepreneurial Ventures, Management Department Working Paper  Abstract
  • C. Zott, Raffi Amit (2007), Business Model Design and the Performance of Entrepreneurial Firms, Organization Science, 18 (2), 181 - 199.    Abstract
  • Sigal Barsade, D. E. Gibson (2007), Why Does Affect Matter in Organizations?, Academy of Management Perspectives, 36-59.    Abstract
  • Eric W. Orts, Cary Coglianese (2007), Collaborative Environmental Law: Pro and Con, University of Pennsylvania Law Review - PENNumbra, 156.  Related Materials
  • Ravi Aron, Eric K. Clemons, Sashi Reddi (2006), Just Right Outsourcing: Understanding and Managing Risk, Journal of Management Information Systems, Winter 2005-2006.
  • Eric K. Clemons, Gordon Gao, Lorin M. Hitt (2006), When Online Reviews Meet Hyperdifferentiation: A Study of the Craft Beer Industry, Journal of Management Information Systems, 23 (2), 149 - 171.    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2006), Improving the Condition of Workers? Minimum Wage Legislation and Anti-Sweatshop Activism, California Management Review, Vol. 48(2): 144-160.  
  • Michael Useem (2006), “Oversight and Delegation in Corporate Governance: Deciding What the Board Should Decide", Corporate Governance
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2006), Dispelling Some Myths about Offshoring, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol. 20(4): 6-22.  
  • Michael Useem (2006), "How Well-Run Boards Make Decisions,", Harvard Business Review  Abstract
  • Lawrence G. Hrebiniak (2006), Obstacles to Effective Strategy Implementation, Organizational Dynamics, Vol 35.  Abstract
  • B. C. Lim, Katherine Klein (2006), Team mental models and team performance: A field study of the effects of team mental model similarity and accuracy, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 403-418.    Abstract
  • John R Kimberly, R. Corredoira (2006), Industrial Evolution Through Consolidation: Implications for Addiction Treatment, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment  Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Tracy L. Dumas (2006), Managing the Work-Home Interface: A Psychological Perspective, Psychology Press  
  • Harbir Singh, P. Puranam, M. Zollo (2006), Organizing for Innovation: Managing the Coordination-Autonomy Dilemma In Technology Acquisitions, Academy of Management Journal, 49:2.  Abstract
  • Valery Yakubovich (2006), Stages of the Recruitment Process and the Referrer’s Performance Effect, Organization Science, 17(6): 710-723.  Abstract
  • Nan Zhou, Andrew Delios, Zhijian Wu (2006), A New Perspective on Ownership Identities in China’s Listed Companies, Management and Organization Review, 2(3): 319-343.
  • Jennifer Mueller, J.R. Curhan (2006), Emotional intelligence and counterpart affect induction in a negotiation, International Journal of Conflict Management, 17, 110-128.  Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, J. C. Ziegert, A. P. Knight, Y. Xiao (2006), Dynamic delegation: Shared, hierarchical and deindividualized leadership in extreme action teams, Administrative Science Quarterly, 50: 590-621.    Abstract
  • Valery Yakubovich, Daniela Lup (2006), Passive Recruitment in the Russian Urban Labor Market, Work and Occupations, 33(3): 307-334. DOI: 10.1177/1054773804271935.  Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow, Jan W. Rivkin (2006), When Exploration Backfires: Unintended Consequences of Multi-Level Organizational Search, Academy of Management Journal, 49: 779-795.    Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal, C. Rerup (2006), Crossing an apparent chasm: Bridging mindful and less-mindful perspectives on organizational learning, Organization Science, 17: 502-513.    Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal (2006), The Neo-Schumpeterian Theory of the Firm and the Strategy Field, Industrial and Corporate Change, 15(2): 391-394.  
  • Daniel A Levinthal (2006), Comments on the Resource Allocation Process, From Resource Allocation to Strategy, In J. Bower and C. Gilbert (eds.).  
  • Ethan Mollick (2006), Establishing Moore’s Law, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 28 (3): 62-75.  Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, E. Mansfield (2006), Votes and Vetoes: The Political Determinants of Commercial Openness, International Studies Quarterly, 50: 1.    Abstract
  • Jan W. Rivkin, Nicolaj Siggelkow (2006), Organizing to Strategize in the Face of Interdependencies: Preventing Premature Lock-in, Long Range Planning, 38: 591-614.    Abstract
  • Don Moore, Philip Tetlock, Lloyd Tanlu, Max Bazerman (2006), Conflicts of interest and the case of auditor independence: Moral seduction and strategic issue cycling, Academy of Management Review, 31: 10-29.    Abstract
  • Saikat Chaudhuri (2006), Managing Innovation-Driven Acquisitions: Contingent Effects of Integration Strategies on Performance, Paper given at Strategic Management Society conference, San Diego
  • Martine Haas (2006), Knowledge Gathering, Team Capabilities, and Project Performance in Challenging Work Environments, Management Science, 52: 1170-1184.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli (2006), Tracing the Path of Research in Organizations and Work, Work and Occupations, 20 (10), 1 - 3.
  • D. Lavie, Lori Rosenkopf (2006), Balancing Exploration and Exploitation in Alliance Formation, Academy of Management Journal, 49:797-818.    Abstract
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2006), The Evolution of Cooperative Norms: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment, Advances in Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol 6(2), Art 4.    Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman (2006), A Basic Quantification of the Competitive Implications of the Demise of Arthur Andersen, Review of Industrial Organization, 29: 193-212.  Abstract
  • Stewart Friedman (2006), Learning to lead in all domains of life, American Behavioral Scientist, In D. F. Halpern and H. R. Riggio (Editors), Changes at the Intersection of Work and Family, (Special Issue), May, 49(9), 1270-1297.    Abstract
  • B. Villalonga, Raffi Amit (2006), How Do Family Ownership, Control and Management Affect Firm Value?, Journal of Financial Economics, 80, 385 - 417.    Abstract
  • Adrian E. Tschoegl (2006), Foreign Banks in the Pacific: A Note, Journal of Pacific History, 40(2): 223-235.  Abstract
  • Peter Anderson, Ruth Blatt, Marlys Christianson, Adam Grant, Christopher Marquis, Eric Neuman, Scott Sonenshein, Kathleen Sutcliffe (2006), Understanding mechanisms in organizational research: Reflections from a collective journey, Journal of Management Inquiry, 15, 102 - 113.    Abstract
  • Filippo Wezel, G. Cattani, Johannes M Pennings (2006), Competetive Implications of Interfirm Mobility, Organization Science, 17, 691 - 709.    Abstract
  • Martine Haas (2006), Acquiring and Applying Knowledge in Transnational Teams: The Roles of Cosmopolitans and Locals, Organization Science, 17: 313-332.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner (2006), Interest Groups, Veto Points and Electricity Infrastructure Deployment, International Organization, 60 (1), 263 - 286.    Abstract
  • Adrian E. Tschoegl, R. Grosse (2006), The Manager’s Guide to Big Macs, Advances in Financial Education, 4: 97-111.
  • David Hsu (2006), Venture Capitalists and Cooperative Start-up Commercialization Strategy, Management Science, 52: 204-219.  Abstract
  • Thomas S. Robertson (2005), Winning The Take-Off Battle (with Sabine Kuester), European Business Forum
  • Mauro Guillen, Sandra L. Suarez (2005), Explaining the Global Digital Divide: Economic, Political and Sociological Drivers of Cross-National Internet Use, Social Forces, 84 (2), 681 - 708.
  • Michael Useem, James Cook, Larry Sutton (2005), "Developing Leaders for Decision Making Under Duress: Wildland Firefighters in the South Canyon Fire and Its Aftermath", Academy of Management Learning and Education, 2005, pp. 461-485.  Abstract
  • Martine Haas, M. T. Hansen (2005), When Using Knowledge Can Hurt Performance: An Empirical Test of Competitive Bidding in a Management Consulting Company, Strategic Management Journal, 26: 1-24.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, A. P. Knight (2005), Innovation implementation: Overcoming the challenge, Current Directions in Psychological Science, 14: 243-246.    Abstract
  • Ethan Mollick (2005), Working with the Underground, Sloan Management Review  Abstract
  • T. R. Kurtzberg, Jennifer Mueller (2005), The influence of daily conflict perceptions on creativity: A longitudinal study, International Journal of Conflict Management, 16, 335-353.  Abstract
  • Valery Yakubovich (2005), Weak Ties, Information, and Influence: How Workers Find Jobs in a Local Russian Labor Market, American Sociological Review, 70(3): 408-21.  Abstract
  • Martine Haas (2005), Cosmopolitans and Locals: Status Rivalries, Deference, and Knowledge in international Teams, Research on Managing Groups and Teams, 7: 201-227.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner (2005), Legitimacy, Interest Group Pressures and Change in Emergent Institutions: The Case of Foreign Investors and Host Country Governments, Academy of Management Review, 30: 2.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Katherine W. Phillips, Tracy L. Dumas (2005), Managing multiple roles: Work-family policies and individuals' desires for segmentation, Organization Science, 16, 243-258.    Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow, Daniel A Levinthal (2005), Escaping Real (Non-Benign) Competency Traps: Linking the Dynamics of Organizational Structure to the Dynamics of Search, Strategic Organization, 3: 85-115.    Abstract
  • Sarah Ashwin, Valery Yakubovich (2005), Cherchez la Femme: Women as Supporting Actors in the Russian Labor Market, European Sociological Review, 21(2):149-64. DOI: 10.1093/esr/jci010.  Abstract
  • Ethan Mollick (2005), Engines of the Underground: The Elite-Kiddie Divide, ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin, Issue 25, Vol. 2.  Abstract
  • Felipe Monteiro, Don Sull, Sumantra Ghoshal (2005), The Hub of the World., Business Strategy Review, 16: 35-40.  Abstract
  • Valery Yakubovich, Mark Granovetter, Patrick McGuire (2005), Electric Charges: The Social Construction of Rate Systems, Theory and Society, 34(5-6): 579-612.  Abstract
  • G. Gavetti, Daniel A Levinthal, J. Rivkin (2005), Strategy-Making in Novel and Complex Worlds: The Power of Analogy, Strategic Management Journal, 26: 691-712.    Abstract
  • R. Arend, Raffi Amit (2005), Self-Selection in Strategic Alliances: Effects on Firm Performance in the Computing Industry, European Management Journal, 23 (4), 361 - 381.    Abstract
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2005), Social Preferences and the Response to Incentives: Evidence from Personnel Data, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol 120(3) 917-962.    Abstract
  • Saikat Chaudhuri (2005), The Impact of Complexity and Uncertainty on the Performance of Innovation-Motivated Acquisitions., Paper given at Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu,
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner, Mauro Guillen (2005), The Worldwide Diffusion of Market-Oriented Infrastructure Reform, American Sociological Review, 70: 6.    Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow, Jan W. Rivkin (2005), Speed and Search: Designing Organizations for Turbulence and Complexity, Organization Science, 16: 101-122.    Abstract
  • David Hsu, M. Kenney (2005), Organizing Venture Capital: The Rise and Demise of American Research and Development Corporation, 1946-1973, Industrial and Corporate Change, 14: 579-616.  Abstract
  • Saikat Chaudhuri (2005), Managing Human Resources to Capture Capabilities: Case Studies in High-Technology Acquisitions, Managing Culture and Human Resources in Mergers and Acquisitions, G. Stahl and M. Mendenhall, eds., Stanford University Press.
  • T. Amabile, Sigal Barsade, J. Mueller, B. Staw (2005), Affect and Creativity at Work, Administrative Science Quarterly, 50, 367-403.    Abstract
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2005), Cooperation in Collective Action, Economics of Transition, Vol 13(3), 473-498.    Abstract
  • Stewart Friedman (2005), Four studies of executives helping employees align their actions and values, The International Journal of Leadership Education, 1 (1): 29-30.  
  • Gretchen Spreitzer, Kathleen Sutcliffe, Jane Dutton, Scott Sonenshein, Adam Grant (2005), A socially embedded model of thriving at work, Organization Science, 16, 537 - 549.    Abstract
  • Filippo Wezel, Johannes M Pennings, Gino Cattani (2005), Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Heterogeneity in Founding Patterns, Organization Science, 14 (6), 670 - 685.  
  • Sidney G Winter, M. Jacobides (2005), The Co-evolution of Capabilities and Transaction Costs: Explaining the Institutional Structure of Production, Strategic Management Journal, 26: 395-413.  Abstract
  • Simone Polillo, Mauro Guillen (2005), Globalization Pressures and the State: The Global Spread of Central Bank Independence, American Journal of Sociology, 110 (6), 1764 - 1802.
  • M. Orenstein, Martine Haas (2005), Globalization and the Development of Welfare States in Central and Eastern Europe. In M. Glatzer and D. Rueschemeyer (eds), Globalization and the Development of Welfare States    Abstract
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2005), The Determinants of Liberalization of FDI policy in Developing Countries: A Cross-Sectional Analysis, 1992-2001, Transnational Corporations, 14: 1.    Abstract
  • Keith W Weigelt, T. Ho (2005), Trust Building among Strangers, Management Science  Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, Helena Tang (2005), Liberalization of Trade: Why so much Controversy?, Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform  
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2005), Multinational Enterprise and Public Responsibility: The Case of Talisman Energy and Human Rights in Sudan, International Business Government Relations in the 21st Century, In Robert Grosse, ed. Cambridge University Press.  
  • Eric K. Clemons, Lorin M. Hitt (2005), Poaching and the Misappropriation of Information: Transaction Risks of Information Exchange, Journal of Management Information Systems, Spring 2005.    Abstract
  • Ian MacMillan, R. G. McGrath (2005), Marketbusting: Strategies For Exceptional Business Growth, Harvard Business Review, 80-92.  Abstract
  • Marshall W Meyer (2005), Managing Indefinite Boundaries: The Strategy and Structure of a Chinese Business Firm, Management and Organization Review  Abstract
  • Hossein G. Askari, Joydeep Chatterjee (2005), The Euro and Financial Market Integration, Journal of Common Market, 43(1): 1-11.
  • Ann Bartel, Ann Harrison (2005), Ownership versus Environment: Disentangling the Sources of Public Sector Inefficiency, Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(1): 135-147.  
  • Peter Cappelli, Monica Hamori (2005), The New Path to the Top, Harvard Business Review, 83(1).    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, Bin Gu (2004), Justifying Information Technology Investments: Balancing the Need for Speed of Action with Certainty before Action, Management Information Systems, 20 (4).
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2004), Oil and Politics: Talisman Energy in Sudan, NYU Journal of Law and Politics, 36: 2-3.  
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2004), Globalization’s Impact on Compliance with Labor Standards, Brookings Trade Forum 2003  
  • Ian MacMillan, M. Boisot (2004), Crossing Epistemological Boundaries: Managerial and Entrepreneurial Approaches to Knowledge Management, Long Range Planning, 37(6): 505-524.  Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, Inessa Love, Margaret McMillan (2004), Global capital flows and financing constraints, Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 75: 269-301.  
  • Ian MacMillan, A. B. van Putten (2004), Making Real Options Really Work, Harvard Business Review, 134-141.  Abstract
  • George Day, Paul Schoemaker (2004), Driving Through the Fog: Managing at the Edge, Long Range Planning, Peripheral Vision: Sensing and Acting on Weak Signals, Long Range Planning.  Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, B. C. Lim, J. L. Saltz, D. M. Mayer (2004), How do they get there? An examination of the antecedents of network centrality in team networks, Academy of Management Journal, 47: 925-963.    Abstract
  • Katherine Klein, S. Zedeck (2004), Theory in applied psychology: Lessons (re)-learned, Journal of Applied Psychology, 89: 931-933.    Abstract
  • Charles N. Toftoy, Joydeep Chatterjee (2004), Mission Statements and the Small Business, Business Strategy Review, 15: 41-44.
  • S. Ethiraj, Daniel A Levinthal (2004), Bounded Rationality and the Search for Organizational Architecture: An Evolutionary Perspective on the Design of Organizations and their Evolvability, Administrative Science Quarterly, 49: 404-437.    Abstract
  • G. Gavetti, Daniel A Levinthal (2004), Strategy Field from the Perspective of Management Science, Management Science, 50: 1309-1318.    Abstract
  • J. Denrell, C. Fang, Daniel A Levinthal (2004), From T-Mazes to Labyrinths: Learning from Model-Based Feedback, Management Science, 50: 1366-1378.    Abstract
  • S. Ethiraj, Daniel A Levinthal, R. Roy (2004), Modularity and Innovation in Complex Systems, Management Science, 50: 159-174.    Abstract
  • Ron Adner, Daniel A Levinthal (2004), Real Options and Real Tradeoffs, Academy of Management Review, 29: 120-125.    Abstract
  • Ron Adner, Daniel A Levinthal (2004), What is not a Real Option: Considering Boundaries for the Application of Real Options to Business Strategy, Academy of Management Review, 29: 74-85.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli (2004), Why Do Employers Pay for College?, Journal of Econometrics, 121 (1-2).    Abstract
  • David Hsu (2004), What Do Entrepreneurs Pay for Venture Capital Affiliation?, Journal of Finance, 59: 1805-1844.  Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, J. Macher (2004), Firm- and Country-Level Tradeoffs and Contingencies in the Evaluation of Foreign Investment: The Semiconductor Industry, 1994-2002, Organization Science, 15: 6.    Abstract
  • Bruce Kogut, John Paul MacDuffie, Charles Ragin (2004), Prototypes and Strategy: Assigning Causal Credit Using Fuzzy Sets, European Management Review, 1: 114-131.    Abstract
  • William Schneper, Mauro Guillen (2004), Stakeholder Rights and Corporate Governance: A Cross-National Study of Hostile Takeovers, Administrative Science Quarterly, 49, 263 - 295.
  • Mauro Guillen (2004), Modernism without Modernity: The Rise of Modernist Architecture in Mexico, Brazil and Argentina, 1890-1940, Latin American Research Review , 39 (2), 6 - 34.
  • Ian MacMillan, R. G. McGrath (2004), Nine Integrated Roles of Technology Development Managers, Research-Technology Management, 47(3): 6-26.  Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner (2004), Explicating Political Hazards: A Transaction Cost Politics Approach, Industrial and Corporate Change, 13 (6), 901 - 915.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, Andrew Delios (2004), Information or Influence? The Benefits of Experience for Managing Political Uncertainty, Strategic Organization, 2 (4), 389 - 422.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz (2004), The Political Economy of Trans-Pacific Business Linkages, Business and Politics, 6 (1), Article 2.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz (2004), Political Institutions and Policy Volatility, Economics and Politics, 16 (1), 1 - 27 (lead article).    Abstract
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2004), Safe Harbours are Hard to Find: The Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Dispute, Territorial Jurisdiction and Global Governance, Review of International Studies, 30.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli (2004), Why Do Employers Retrain At-Risk Workers? The Role of Social Capital, Industrial Relations, 43 (2), 421 - 447.
  • Stewart Friedman, Paul Olk (2004), Varieties of CEO succession, Global CEO, March, 41-51.    Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli, David Neumark (2004), External Churning and Internal Flexibility: Evidence on the Functional Flexibility and Core-Periphery Hypotheses, Industrial Relations, 43 (1), 148 - 182.
  • Eric K. Clemons, Bin Gu, Karl Reiner Lang (2003), Newly Vulnerable Markets in an Age of Pure Information Products: An Analysis of Online Music and Online News, Journal of Management Information Systems, 19 (3), 17 - 42.
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2003), Does direct foreign investment affect domestic credit constraints?, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 61(1): 73-100.  
  • Sidney G Winter (2003), Understanding Dynamic Capabilities, Strategic Management Journal, 24: 991-995 (Co-winner of the Strategic Management Journal Best Paper Prize, 2009).  Abstract
  • S. Thornhill, Raffi Amit (2003), Learning from Failure: Bankruptcy, Firm Age and the Resource-based View, Organization Science, 14 (5), 497 - 509.    Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, P. Almeida (2003), Overcoming Local Search Through Alliances and Mobility, Management Science, 49:751-766.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Jeffrey R. Edwards (2003), Investment in work and family roles: A test of identity and utilitarian motives, Personnel Psychology, 56, 699-730.    Abstract
  • Mauro Guillen (2003), Experience, Imitation, and the Sequence of Foreign Entry: Wholly Owned and Joint-Venture Manufacturing by South Korean Firms and Business Groups in China, 1987-1995, Journal of International Business Studies, 34, 185 - 198.
  • Peter Cappelli (2003), Will There Really Be a Labor Shortage?, Organizational Dynamics
  • Jan W. Rivkin, Nicolaj Siggelkow (2003), Balancing Search and Stability: Interdependencies Among Elements of Organizational Design, Management Science, 49: 290-311.    Abstract
  • Iwan Barankay, Pascal Sciarini, Alexander H. Trechsel (2003), Institutional openness and the use of referendums and popular initiatives: Evidence from Swiss Cantons, Swiss Political Science Review, Vol 9(1), 169-199.    Abstract
  • Marshall W Meyer (2003), Subjectivity and the Weighting of Performance Measures: Evidence from the Balanced Scorecard, Accounting Review  Abstract
  • P. Almeida, G. Dokko, Lori Rosenkopf (2003), Startup Size and the Mechanisms of External Learning: Increasing Opportunity and Decreasing Ability?, Research Policy, 32:301-315.    Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow (2003), Why Focus? A Study of Intra-Industry Focus Effects, Journal of Industrial Economics, 51: 121-150 (lead article).    Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow, Daniel A Levinthal (2003), Temporarily Divide to Conquer: Centralized, Decentralized, and Reintegrated Organizational Approaches to Exploration and Adaptation, Organization Science, 14: 650-669.    Abstract
  • Stewart Friedman, Sharon Lobel (2003), The Happy Workaholic: a role model for employees, Academy of Management Executive, 17 (3): 87-98.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, Karl R. Lang (2003), The Decoupling of Value Creation from Revenue: A Strategic Analysis of the Markets for Pure Information Goods, Information Technology And Management, 4 (2-3), 259 - 287.
  • Gino Cattani, Johannes M Pennings, Filippo Wezel (2003), Organizational Turnover and the Evolution of Localized Populations, Organization Science    Abstract
  • Andrew Delios, Witold Henisz (2003), Political Hazards, Experience and Sequential Entry Strategies: The International Expansion of Japanese Firms, 1980-1998, Strategic Management Journal, 24 (11), 1153 - 1164.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner (2003), The Strategic Organization of Political Risks and Opportunities, Strategic Organization, 1 (4), 451 - 460.  
  • Andrew Delios, Witold Henisz (2003), Policy Uncertainty and the Sequence of Entry by Japanese Firms, 1980-1998, Journal of International Business Studies, 34 (3), 227 - 241 (lead article).    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz (2003), The Power of the Buckley and Casson Thesis: The Ability to Manage Institutional Idiosyncrasies, Journal of International Business Studies, 34 (2), 173 - 184.    Abstract
  • G. Dosi, Daniel A Levinthal, L. Marengo (2003), Bridging Contested Terrain: Linking Incentive-Based and Learning Perspectives on Organizational Evolution, Industrial and Corporate Change, 12, 413 - 436.  Abstract
  • P.W. Roberts, Raffi Amit (2003), The Dynamics of Innovative Activity and Competitive Advantage: The Case of Australian Retail Banking, Organization Science, 14 (2), 107 - 122.    Abstract
  • Joydeep Chatterjee, Hossein G. Askari (2003), Software Exporting: A Developing Country Advantage, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review, LVI 224.
  • Steffanie L. Wilk, Peter Cappelli (2003), Determinants and Outcomes of Employee Selection Procedures, Personnel Psychology, 56 (1), 103 - 125.
  • Susan Helper, John Paul MacDuffie (2003), B2B and Modes of Exchange: Evolutionary and Transformative Effects, The Global Internet Economy, 331-380.  
  • Gunnar Eskeland, Ann Harrison (2003), Moving to greener pastures? Multinationals and the pollution haven hypothesis, Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 70(1): 1-23.  
  • John Paul MacDuffie (2003), Leaning Towards Teams: Divergent and Convergent Trends in Diffusion of Lean Production Work Practices, Negotiations and Change, 94-116.  
  • Eric W. Orts (2003), Environmental Law with Chinese Characteristics, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 11 (2).  
  • Janice Bellace (2002), "The Future of Employee Representation in American Labor Law.", University of Pennsylvania Journal of Labor and Employment Law, (Fall 2002).
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow (2002), Misperceiving Interactions among Complements and Substitutes: Organizational Consequences, Management Science, 48: 900-916.    Abstract  Related Materials
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  • J. Gans, David Hsu, S. Stern (2002), When Does Start-up Innovation Spur the Gale of Creative Destruction?, RAND Journal of Economics, 33: 571-586.  Abstract
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  • Eric W. Orts (2002), War and the Business Corporation, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 35, 549 - 584.
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  • Eric W. Orts, Alan Strudler (2002), The Ethical and Environmental Limits of Stakeholder Theory, Business Ethics Quarterly, 12, 215 - 233.
  • Thomas S. Robertson (2002), Entry Strategy for Radical Product Innovations: A Conceptual Model and Propositional Inventory (with Elisa Mintagut and Sabine Kuester), International Journal of Research in Marketing, 19, 21 - 42.
  • Janice Bellace (2001), The ILO Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 17.3 (Autumn 2001).
  • Peter Cappelli (2001), The National Employer Survey: Employer Data on Employment Practices, Industrial Relations, 40 (2), 635 - 647.
  • Katherine Klein, A. B. Conn, D. B. Smith, J. S. Sorra (2001), Is everyone in agreement? An exploration of within-group agreement in employee perceptions of the work environment, Journal of Applied Psychology, 86: 3-16.    Abstract
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  • Ravi Aron, Eric K. Clemons (2001), Achieving the Optimal Balance Between Investment In Quality and Investment in Self-Promotion, Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 18 (2), 65 - 88.
  • M. G. Ehrhart, Katherine Klein (2001), Predicting followers’ preferences for charismatic leadership: The influence of follower values and personality, Leadership Quarterly, 12: 153-179.    Abstract
  • T.M. Amabile, C. Patterson, Jennifer Mueller, T. Wojcik, P. Odomirok, M. Marsh, S. Kramer (2001), Academic-practitioner collaboration in management research: A model and a case study, Academy of Management Journal, 44, 418-431.  Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, A. Metiu, V. George (2001), From the Bottom Up? Technical Committee Activity and Alliance Formation, Administrative Science Quarterly, 46:748-772.    Abstract
  • Janice R. Kelly, Sigal Barsade (2001), Mood and Emotions in Small Groups and Work Teams, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 86(1): 99-130.  
  • Katherine Klein, A. B. Conn, A. P. Knight (2001), Implementing computerized technology: An organizational analysis, Journal of Applied Psychology, 86: 3-16.    Abstract
  • Daniel Raff (2001), Risk Management in an Age of Change, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Global Financial Services Practice  Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard (2001), Enriching or Depleting? The dynamics of engagement in work and family roles, Administrative Science Quarterly, 46: 655-684.    Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, A. Nerkar (2001), Beyond Local Search: Boundary-spanning, Exploration, and Impact in the Optical Disc Industry, Strategic Management Journal, 22: 287-306.    Abstract
  • Witold Henisz, A. Delios (2001), Uncertainty, Imitation and Plant Location: Japanese Multinational Corporations, 1990-96, Administrative Science Quarterly, 46: 3.    Abstract
  • J.C. O'Shaughnessy, David K. Levine, Peter Cappelli (2001), Changes in Managerial Pay Structures 1986-1992 and Rising Returns to Skill, Oxford Economic Papers
  • Peter Cappelli (2001), Why is it So Hard to Find IT Workers?, Organizational Dynamics
  • Raffi Amit, C. Zott (2001), Value Creation in e-Business, Strategic Management Journal, 22, 493 - 520.  Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow (2001), Change in the Presence of Fit: The Rise, the Fall, and the Renaissance of Liz Claiborne, Academy of Management Journal, 44: 838-857.    Abstract
  • Sidney G Winter, G. Szulanski (2001), Replication as Strategy, Organization Science, 12: 730-743.  Abstract
  • Mauro Guillen, Sandra L. Suarez (2001), Developing the Internet: Entrepreneurship and Public Policy in Ireland, Singapore, Argentina, and Spain, Telecommunications Policy, 25 (5), 349 - 371.
  • Carl Kock, Mauro Guillen (2001), Strategy and Structure in Developing Countries: Business Groups as an Evolutionary Response to Opportunities for Unrelated Diversification, Industrial & Corporate Change , 10 (1), 1 - 37.
  • Witold Henisz, B. Zelner (2001), The Institutional Environment for Telecommunications Investment, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 10 (1), 123 - 148.    Abstract
  • Ron Adner, Daniel A Levinthal (2001), Technology Evolution and Demand Heterogeneity: Implications for Product and Process Innovation, Management Science, 47, 611 - 628.    Abstract
  • Raffi Amit, K. R. MacCrimmon, C. Zietsma, J. Oesch (2001), Does money matter: Wealth attainment as the motive for initiating growth oriented technology ventures, Journal of Business Venturing, 16 (2), 119 - 143.  
  • M. T. Hansen, Martine Haas (2001), Competing for Attention in Knowledge Markets: Electronic Document Dissemination in a Management Consulting Company, Administrative Science Quarterly, 46: 1-28.    Abstract
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  • Stephen J Kobrin (2001), Sovereignty@Bay: Globalization, Multinational Enterprise, and the International Political System, Oxford Handbook of International Business, Chapter 7.  
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2001), Our Resistance is as Global as Your Oppression,  
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  • Valery Yakubovich, Irina Kozina (2000), The Changing Significance of Ties. An Exploration of the Hiring Channels in the Russian Transitional Labor Market, International Sociology, 15(3):479-500.  Abstract
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  • E. Gal-Or, Raffi Amit (1998), Does empowerment lead to higher quality and profitability?, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 36 (4), 411 - 432.    Abstract
  • Lori Rosenkopf, M. L. Tushman (1998), The Coevolution of Community Networks and Technology: Lessons from the Flight Simulation Industry, Industrial and Corporate Change, 7: 311-346.    Abstract
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  • Jennifer A. Chatman, Jeffrey T. Polzer, Sigal Barsade, Margaret A. Neale (1998), Being Different Yet Feeling Similar: The Influence of Demographic Composition and Organizational Culture on Work Processes and Outcomes, Administrative Science Quarterly, 43, 749 - 780.
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  • Eric W. Orts, Paul Kleindorfer (1998), Informational Regulation of Environmental Risks, Risk Analysis, 18, 155 - 170.
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  • Eric K. Clemons, M. E. Thatcher (1997), Evaluating Alternative Information Regimes in the Private Health Insurance Industry: Managing the Social Cost of Private Information, Journal of Management Information Systems, 14 (2), 9 - 31.
  • Raffi Amit, C. Zott, J. Brander (1997), Rethinking venture capital financing, Canadian Investment Review, 10 (3), 19 - 22.
  • E. Abrahamson, Lori Rosenkopf (1997), Social Network Effects on the Extent of Innovation Diffusion: A Computer Simulation, Organization Science, 8: 289-309.    Abstract
  • D.S. Berry, J.W. Pennebaker, Jennifer Mueller, W.S. Hiller (1997), Linguistic bases of social perception, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 526-537.  Abstract
  • William F Hamilton (1997), Managing Technology as a Strategic Asset, International Journal of Technology Management, 14: 2-4.
  • John Paul MacDuffie (1997), The Road to 'Root Cause': Shop-Floor Problem-Solving at Three Auto Assembly Plants, Management Science, 43(4): 479-502.    Abstract
  • John Paul MacDuffie, S. Helper (1997), Creating Lean Suppliers: Diffusing Lean Production Through the Supply Chain, California Management Review, 39(4): 118-151.    Abstract
  • Janet Currie, Ann Harrison (1997), Sharing the Costs: The Impact of Trade Reform on Capital and Labor in Morocco, Journal of Labor Economics, 15 (2).    Abstract
  • Barry M. Staw, Sigal Barsade, Kenneth W. Koput (1997), Escalation at the Credit Window: A Longitudinal Study of Bank Executives' Recognition and Write-off of Problem Loans, Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 130 - 142.    Abstract
  • O. Toulan, Mauro Guillen (1997), Beneath the Surface: The Impact of Radical Economic Reforms on the Outward Orientation of Argentine and Mendozan Firms, 1989-1995, Journal of Latin American Studeis, 29: 395-418.  Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal (1997), Adaptation on Rugged Landscapes, Management Science, 43, 934 - 950.  Abstract
  • Mario Bergara, Witold Henisz, Pablo Spiller (1997), Political Institutions and Electric Utility Investment: A Cross-national analysis, California Management Review, 40 (2), 18 - 35.  
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1997), Incumbent Defense Strategies Against Innovative Entry (with Hubert Gatignon and Adam Fein), International Journal of Research in Marketing, 14, 163 - 176.
  • Eric K. Clemons, B. W. Weber (1997), Adverse Self-Selection and the Changing Competitive Balance between Stock Exchanges and Off-Exchange Trading Venues, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Vol. 1 (3), 21 - 41.
  • Eric W. Orts (1997), Quality Circles in Law Teaching, Journal of Legal Education, 47, 425 - 431.
  • Eric W. Orts (1997), Environmental Disclosure and Evidentiary Privilege, University of Illinois Law Review, 1997, 1 - 69.
  • Eric W. Orts (1997), Book Review: Bowman's 'The Modern Corporation and American Political Thought', American Journal of Sociology, 102, 1447 - 1448.
  • Eric K. Clemons, D. C. Croson, B. W. Weber (1996), Reengineering Money: The Mondex Stored Value Card and Beyond, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 1 (2), 5 - 31.
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1996), Technology Adoption: Amplifying vs. Simplifying Innovations (with Bruce G. Hardie and William T. Ross, Jr.), Marketing Letters, 7, 355 - 370.
  • Eric K. Clemons, D. C. Croson, B. W. Weber (1996), Market Dominance as a Precursor of a Firm's Failure: Emerging Technologies and the Competitive Advantage of New Entrants, Journal of Management Information Systems, 13 (2), 59 - 75.
  • M. L. Tushman, Lori Rosenkopf (1996), Executive Succession, Strategic Reorientation and Performance Growth: A Longitudinal Study in the U.S. Cement Industry, Management Science, 42: 939-953.    Abstract
  • Z. Rotem, Raffi Amit (1996), Competence-based strategic defense, Academy of Management Best Papers and Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting, 56-60.    Abstract
  • F.K. Pil, John Paul MacDuffie (1996), The Adoption of High Involvement Work Practices, Industrial Relations, 35(3): 423-455.    Abstract
  • Louis A Thomas (1996), Advertising Sunk Costs and Credible Spatial Preemption, Strategic Management Journal  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, B. W. Weber (1996), Alternative Securities Trading Systems: Tests and Regulatory Implications of the Adoption of Technology, Information Systems Research, Vol. 7 (2), 163 - 188.
  • Keith W Weigelt, T. Ho (1996), Task Complexity, Equilibrium Selection, and Learning, Management Science  Abstract
  • Louis A Thomas (1996), Brand Capital and Entry Order, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
  • John Paul MacDuffie, K. Sethuraman, M. L. Fisher (1996), Product Variety and Manufacturing Performance: Evidence from the International Automotive Assembly Plant Study, Management Science, 42(3): 350-369.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • John Paul MacDuffie (1996), International Trends in Work Organization in the Auto Industry: National-Level vs. Company-Level Perspectives, The Comparative Political Economy of Industrial Relations, 71-113.  
  • John Paul MacDuffie, Frits K. Pil (1996), From Fixed to Flexible: Automation and Work Organization Trends from the International Assembly Plant Study, Transforming Auto Assembly, 238-254.  
  • Raffi Amit, E. Muller (1995), "Push” and “Pull” entrepreneurship, Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 12 (4), 64 - 80.
  • Katherine Klein, Robert J House (1995), On Fire: Charismatic leadership and levels of analysis, Leadership Quarterly, 6, 183 - 198.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, M.C Row, M. E. Thatcher (1995), Identifying Sources of Reengineering Failures: A Study of the Behavioral Factors Contributing to Reengineering Risks, Journal of Management Information Systems, 12 (2), 9 - 36.
  • Louis A Thomas (1995), Brand Capital and Incumbent Firms' Positions in Evolving Markets, Review of Economics and Statistics  Abstract
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1995), New Product Announcement Signals and Incumbent Reactions (with Jehoshua Eliashberg and Talia Rymon) , Journal of Marketing, 59, 1 - 15.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (1995), Using Scenario Analysis to Manage the Strategic Risks of Reengineering, Sloan Management Review, 3 (4), 61 - 71.
  • Eric W. Orts (1995), Reflexive Environmental Law, Northwestern Law Review, 89, 1227 - 1340 .  
  • Jennifer A. Chatman, Sigal Barsade (1995), Personality, Organizational Culture and Cooperation: Evidence From a Business Simulation, Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 423 - 443.
  • Jehoshua Eliashberg, Thomas S. Robertson, Talia Rymon (1995), New Product Announcement Signals and Incumbent Reactions, Journal of Marketing, 59, 1 - 15.  
  • John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Human Resource Bundles and Manufacturing Performance: Organizational Logic and Flexible Production Systems in the World Auto Industry, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48(2): 197-221.    Abstract
  • John Paul MacDuffie, T.A. Kochan (1995), Do U.S. Firms Invest Less in Human Resources? Training in the World Auto Industry, Industrial Relations, 34(2): 147-168.    Abstract
  • C. Ittner, John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Explaining Plant-Level Differences In Manufacturing Overhead: Structural And Executional Cost Drivers In The World Auto Industry, Production and Operations Management, 4(4): 312-334.    Abstract
  • Harry C. Katz, John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Collective Bargaining in the U.S. Auto Assembly Sector, Contemporary Collective Bargaining in the Private Sector, 181-224.  
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Anjani Jain, John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Strategies for Product Variety: Lessons from the Auto Industry, Redesigning the Firm, 116-154.  
  • John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Workers’ Roles in Lean Production: The Implications for Worker Representation, Lean Work: Empowerment and Exploitation in the Global Auto Industry, 54-69.  
  • John Paul MacDuffie, Frits K. Pil (1995), The International Assembly Plant Study: Philosophical and Methodological Issues, Lean Work: Empowerment and Exploitation in the Global Auto Industry, 181-196.  
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1995), Inducing Multiline Salespeople to Adopt House Brands (with Erin Anderson), Journal of Marketing, 59.
  • Raffi Amit, E. Muller, I. Cockburn (1995), Opportunity costs and entrepreneurial activity, Journal of Business Venturing, 10 (2), 95 - 106.    Abstract
  • G. Richard Shell (1995), "Trade Legalism and International Relations Theory: An Analysis of the World Trade Organization", Duke Law Journal, 44 (5).
  • Eric W. Orts (1995), Simple Rules and the Perils of Reductionist Legal Thought, Boston University Law Review, 75, 1441 - 1479.
  • Eric W. Orts (1995), A Model of Reflexive Environmental Regulation, Business Ethics Quarterly, 5, 779 - 794.
  • Eric K. Clemons, B. W. Weber (1994), Segmentation, Differentiation, and Flexible Pricing Experiences with Information Technology and Segment-Tailored Strategies, Journal of Management Information Systems, 11 (2), 9 - 36.
  • Keith W Weigelt, A. Schotter, C. Wilson (1994), A Laboratory Investigation of Multi-Person Rationality and Presentation Effects, Games and Economic Behavior  Abstract
  • Ann Harrison (1994), Productivity, imperfect competition and trade reform, Journal of International Economics, 36, 53 - 73.    Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal, J. Myatt (1994), Co-Evolution of Capabilities and Industry: A Study of Mutual Fund Processing, Strategic Management Journal, 15, 45 - 62.  Abstract
  • Wesley Cohen, Daniel A Levinthal (1994), Fortune Favors the Prepared Firm, Management Science, 40, 227 - 251.  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, M.C. Row, S.P. Reddi (1993), The Impact of Information Technology on the Organization of Economic Activity: The 'Move to the Middle' Hypothesis, Journal of Management Information Systems, 10 (2), 9 - 35.
  • Eric W. Orts (1993), The Complexity and Legitimacy of Corporate Law, Washington and Lee Law Review, 50, 1565 - 1623 .  
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1993), How To Reduce Market Penetration Cycle Times, Sloan Management Review, 35.
  • Richard A. Lambert, David Larcker, Keith W Weigelt (1993), The Structure of Organizational Incentives, Administrative Science Quarterly, (September), pp. 438-461.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • E. Abrahamson, Lori Rosenkopf (1993), Institutional And Competitive Bandwagons: Using Mathematical Modeling as a Tool to Explore Innovation Diffusion, Academy of Management Review, 18: 487-517.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. C. Row (1993), Limits to Inter-firm Coordination: Results of a Field Study in Consumer Packaged Goods Distribution, Journal of Management Information Systems, 10 (1), 73 - 95.
  • Barry M. Staw, Sigal Barsade (1993), Affect and Managerial Performance: A Test of the Sadder-but-Wiser vs. Happier-and-Smarter Hypotheses, Administrative Science Quarterly, 38, 304 - 331.  
  • Daniel A Levinthal, James March (1993), The Myopia of Learning, Strategic Management Journal, 14, 95 - 112.  Abstract
  • Eric W. Orts (1993), Positive Law and Systemic Legitimacy, Ratio Juris
  • Eric W. Orts (1993), Towards an Ethics of Social Systems (book review), The Responsive Community: Rights and Responsibilities, 4, 60 - 64.
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. C. Row (1992), Information Technology and Industrial Cooperation: The Changing Economics of Coordination and Ownership, Journal of Management Information Systems, 9 (2), 9 - 28.
  • John Paul MacDuffie, John F. Krafcik (1992), Integrating Technology and Human Resources for High Performance Manufacturing: Evidence from the International Auto Industry, Transforming Organizations, 209-226.  
  • M. L. Tushman, Lori Rosenkopf (1992), Organizational Determinants of Technological Change: Towards a Sociology of Technological Evolution, Research in Organizational Behavior, 14: 311-347.    Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal (1992), Surviving Schumpeterian Environments: An Evolutionary Perspective, Industrial and Corporate Change, 1, 427 - 443.  Abstract
  • Mark Seabright, Daniel A Levinthal, Mark Fichman (1992), The Role of Individual Attachments in Interorganizational Relationships, Academy of Management Journal, 35, 122 - 160.  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, Paul Kleindorfer (1992), An Economic Analysis of Interorganizational Information Technology, Decision Support Systems, 8, 431 - 447.
  • Eric W. Orts (1992), Beyond Shareholders, George Washington Law Review, 61, 14 - 135.
  • Eric K. Clemons (1991), Corporate Strategies for Information Technology: A Resource-Based Approach, IEEE Computer, 24 (11), 23 - 32.
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. Row (1991), Sustaining IT Advantage: The Role of Structural Differences, Special Issue of MIS Quarterly, 15 (3), 274 - 292.
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1991), Toward a Theory of Competitive Market Signaling: A Research Agenda (with Oliver Heil), Strategic Management Journal, 12, 403 - 418.
  • Richard A. Lambert, David Larcker, Keith W Weigelt (1991), How Sensitive is Compensation to Organizational Size?, Strategic Management Journal, (July), pp. 395-402.  Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal (1991), Random Walks and Organizational Mortality, Administrative Science Quarterly, 36, 397 - 420.  Abstract
  • Mark Fichman, Daniel A Levinthal (1991), Honeymoons and the Liability of Adolescence: A New Perspective on Duration Dependence in Social and Organizational Relationships, Academy of Management Review, 16, 442 - 468.  Abstract
  • Daniel A Levinthal (1991), Organizational Adaptation and Environmental Selection - Interrelated Processes of Change, Organizational Science, 2, 140 - 145.
  • G. Richard Shell (1991), When is it Legal to Lie, Sloan Management Review, 32 (3).  
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. C. Row (1991), Information Technology at Rosenbluth Travel: Competitive Advantage in a Rapidly Growing Global Service Company, Journal of Management Information Systems, 8 (2), 53 - 79.
  • Eric K. Clemons (1991), Evaluation of Strategic Investments in Information Technology, Communications of the ACM, 34 (1), 22 - 36.
  • William C Tyson (1990), "The Proper Relationship Between Federal and State Law in the Regulation of Tender Offers", Notre Dame Law Review, 66 (2).
  • Diana Day, John U. Farley, Jerry (Yoram) Wind (1990), New Perspectives on Strategy Research: A View from the Management Sciences, Management Science  
  • Eric K. Clemons, B. W. Weber (1990), Strategic Information Technology Investments: Guidelines for Decision Making, Journal of Management Information Systems, 7 (2), 9 - 28.
  • Lawrence G. Hrebiniak (1990), Implementing Strategy: Making the Plan Work, Chief Executive, Vol 55.  Abstract
  • William F Hamilton (1990), The Dynamics of Technology and Strategy, European Journal of Operational Research, 47.  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (1990), MAC --Philadelphia National Bank's Strategic Venture in Shared ATM Networks, Journal of Management Information Systems, 7 (1), 5 - 25.
  • Wesley Cohen, Daniel A Levinthal (1990), Absorptive Capacity: A New Perspective on Learning and Innovation, Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, 128 - 152.  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons, B. Weber (1990), London's Big Bang: A Case Study of Information Technology, Competitive Impact, and Organizational Change, Journal of Management Information Systems, 6 (4), 41 - 60.
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1989), Modeling Multinational Diffusion Patterns: An Efficient Methodology (with Hubert Gatignon and Jehoshua Eliashberg), Marketing Science, 8, 459 - 486.
  • Eric K. Clemons, J. T. Adams (1989), International Opportunities for the Use of Information Systems in Securities Trading, Office: Technology and People, 4 (4), 271 - 284.
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. C. Row, R. Venkateswaran (1989), The Bell Canada CRISP Project: A Case Study of Migration of Information Systems Infrastructure for Strategic Positioning, Office: Technology and People, 5 (4), 299 - 315.
  • Thomas S. Robertson (1989), Technology Diffusion: An Empirical Test of Competitive Effects (with Hubert Gatignon), Journal of Marketing, 53, 35 - 49.
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. Row (1988), McKesson Drug Company: A Case Study of Economost --A Strategic Information System, Journal of Management Information Systems, Summer 1988, pp. 36-50; this a revision of the earlier conference paper published in Proceedings, 21st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1988, pp. 141-149.
  • Eric K. Clemons, M. Knez (1988), Competition and Cooperation in Information Systems Innovation, Information & Management, 15, 25 - 35.
  • Eric K. Clemons (1986), Information Systems for Sustainable Competitive Advantage, Information & Management, 11, 131 - 136.
  • William C Tyson (1986), "The Williams Act After Hanson Trust v. SCM Corporation: Post-Tender Offer Purchases by the Tender Offeror", Tulane Law Review, 61 (1).
  • Eric K. Clemons, F. W. McFarlan (1986), Telecom: Hook Up or Lose Out, Harvard Business Review, July-August 1986, pp. 91-97.
  • Eric K. Clemons, A. J. Greenfield (1985), The SAGE System Architecture: A System for the Rapid Development of Graphics Interfaces for Decision Support, IEEE Computer Graphics, November 1985, pp. 38-50.
  • William F Hamilton (1985), Corporate Strategies for Managing Emerging Technologies, Technology in Society, 7: 2-3.  Abstract
  • Lawrence G. Hrebiniak (1985), Organization Adaptation: Strategic Choice and Environmental Determinism, Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol 30.  Abstract
  • A. August, William C Tyson (1983), "The Williams Act After RICO: Has the Balance Tipped in Favor of Incumbent Management?", University of California Hastings Law Journal, 35 (1).
  • Sidney G Winter, R. R. Nelson (1982), An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Translated editions in Chinese (1998), Russian (2000), Portuguese (2006) and Japanese (2007) have appeared.
  • Eric K. Clemons (1981), Design of An External Schema Facility to Define and Process Recursive Structures, A C M Transactions on Data Base Systems, 6 (2), 295 - 311.
  • O. P. Buneman, Eric K. Clemons (1979), Efficiently Monitoring a Relational Data Base, A C M Transactions on Data Base Systems, 4 (3), 368 - 382.
  • Eric K. Clemons (1979), Rational Data Base Standards: An Examination of the CODASYL DDLC 1978 Report, Information Systems, 4 (3), 235 - 239.
  • Jerry (Yoram) Wind, Howard V Perlmutter (1977), On the Identification of Frontier Issues in Multinational Marketing, Columbia Journal of World Business, 131-139.  
  • Jerry (Yoram) Wind, Susan P. Douglas, Howard V Perlmutter (1973), Guidelines for Developing International Marketing Strategies, Journal of Marketing, 14-23.    Abstract