Research Papers / Publications


  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2009), Do Foreign-Owned Firms Pay More? Evidence from the Indonesian Manufacturing Sector, Labour Markets and Development  
  • B. Villalonga, Raffi Amit (2009), How Are US Family Firms Controlled?, The Review of Financial Studies, 22 (8), 3047 - 3091.    Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (2009), From Media to Milieu and From Ad Revenues to Rents: The Complex Problem of Monetizing Online Social Networks, Decision Support Systems, 48 (1), 46 - 56.
  • Jennifer Mueller, Cronin, M. A. (2009), How Relational Processes Support Team Creativity., E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale & J. A. Goncalo (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams: Creativity in Groups (Vol. 12)
  • C. Eesley, David Hsu, E. B. Roberts (2009), Bringing Entrepreneurial Ideas to Life, Management Department Working Paper  Abstract
  • C. Zott, Raffi Amit (2009), Innovación del modelo de negocio: creación de valor en de cambio, Universia Business Review  
  • Adrian E. Tschoegl (2009), The international diffusion of an innovation: The spread of decimal currency, Journal of Socio-Economics, (forthcoming).  Abstract
  • Eric K. Clemons (2009), Business Models for Monetizing the Internet: Surely There Must be Something other than Advertising, Journal of Management Information Systems, 26 (2), 15 - 41.
  • Stephen J Kobrin (2009), Private Political Authority and Public Responsibility: Transnational Politics, Transnational Firms and Human Rights, Business Ethics Quarterly    Abstract
  • Nicolaj Siggelkow, Jan W. Rivkin (2009), Hiding the Evidence of Valid Theories: How Coupled Search Processes Obscure Performance Differences among Organizations, Administrative Science Quarterly, 54: 602-634.    Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock (2009), Reading Tarot on K Street, Reviews & Essays  
  • C. Fang, Daniel A Levinthal (2009), The Near-Term Liability of Exploitation: Exploration and Exploitation in Multi-Stage Problems, Organization Science, 20(3): 538-551.    Abstract
  • S. Ethiraj, Daniel A Levinthal (2009), Hoping for A to Z while Rewarding only A: Complex Organizations and Multiple Goals, Organization Science, 20: 4-24.    Abstract
  • John R Kimberly, C. Rye (2009), The Morphology of Innovation. In Rabi S. Bhagat and Richard M. Steers (Eds.), Handbook of Culture, Organization, and Work, Cambridge University Press, pp. 197-218.
  • V. Aggarwal, David Hsu (2009), Modes of Cooperative R&D Commercialization by Start-ups, Strategic Management Journal, 30: 835-864.  Abstract
  • Tyler Wry (2009), Does business scholarship matter to society? Pursuing a normative agenda with institutional theory and critical realism, Journal of Business Ethics, 89: 151-171.
  • L. Capron, Mauro Guillen (2009), National Corporate Governance Institutions and Postacquisition Target Reorganization, Strategic Management Journal, 30, 803 - 833.
  • Peter Cappelli (2009), What’s Old is New Again: Managerial ‘Talent’ in an Historical Context, Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, 28.
  • Matthew Bidwell (2009), Do Peripheral Workers Do Peripheral Work? Comparing the Use of Highly Skilled Contractors and Regular Employees., Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62(2) 200-225.    Abstract
  • Oriana Bandiera, Iwan Barankay, Imran Rasul (2009), Social Connections and Incentives in the Workplace: Evidence from Personnel Data, Econometrica, 77 (4), 1047 - 1094.    Abstract
  • Sigal Barsade, L. Ramarajan, D. Westen (2009), Implicit Affect in Organizations., Research in Organizational Behavior, 135-162.    Abstract
  • Zelner, Bennet A., Witold Henisz, Guy L.F. Holburn (2009), Contentious Implementation and Retrenchment in Neoliberal Policy Reform: The Global Electric Power Industry, 1989 – 2001, Administrative Science Quarterly, 54(3): 379-412 (lead article).    Abstract
  • P. Puranam, Harbir Singh, Saikat Chaudhuri (2009), Integrating Acquired Capabilities: When Structural Integration is (Un)Necessary, Organization Science    Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, G. Mitchell (2009), Implicit bias and accountability systems: What must organizations do to prevent discrimination?, Research in Organizational Behavior, 29: 3-38.  Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, G. Mitchell (2009), A renewed plea for adversarial collaboration, Research in Organizational Behavior, 29: 71-72.
  • Matthew Bidwell, Forrest Briscoe (2009), Who Contracts? Determinants of the Decision to Work as Independent Contractor among Information Technology Workers., Academy of Management Journal, 52(6) 1148-11.    Abstract
  • Philip Tetlock, G. Mitchell (2009), Adversarial collaboration aborted, but our offer still stands, Research in Organizational Behavior, 29: 77-79.
  • Adam Grant, Kimberly Wade-Benzoni (2009), The hot and cool of death awareness at work: Mortality cues, aging, and self-protective and prosocial motivations, Academy of Management Review, 34, 600 - 622.    Abstract
  • H. Blanton, J. Jaccard, J. Klick, B. A. Mellers, G. Mitchell, Philip Tetlock (2009), Strong claims and weak evidence: Reassessing the predictive validity of the race IAT, Journal of Applied Psychology, 29: 567-582.  Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Sharon Parker (2009), Redesigning work design theories: The rise of relational and proactive perspectives, Academy of Management Annals, 3: 317-375.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, David Mayer (2009), Good soldiers and good actors: Prosocial and impression management motives as interactive predictors of affiliative citizenship behaviors, Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 900 - 912.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, John Sumanth (2009), Mission possible? The performance of prosocially motivated employees depends on manager trustworthiness, Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 927 - 944.    Abstract
  • G. Mitchell, Philip Tetlock (2009), Facts do matter: A reply to Bagenstos, Hofstra Law Review, 37: 937-953.
  • David Hofmann, Zhike Lei, Adam Grant (2009), Seeking help in the shadow of a doubt: The sensemaking processes underlying how nurses decide who to ask for advice, Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 1261 - 1274.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Toby Wall (2009), The neglected science and art of quasi-experimentation: Why-to, when-to, and how-to advice for organizational researchers, Organizational Research Methods, 12, 653 - 686.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Sharon Parker, Catherine Collins (2009), Getting credit for proactive behavior: Supervisor reactions depend on what you value and how you feel, Personnel Psychology, 62, 31 - 55.    Abstract
  • C.T. Tadmor, Philip Tetlock (2009), Disentangling reasons and rationalizations: Exploring perceived fairness in hypothetical societies, Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification, New York: Cambridge University Press. P. 8.
  • C.T. Tadmor, Philip Tetlock, K. Peng (2009), Acculturation strategies and integrative complexity: The cognitive implications of biculturalism., Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 40(2): 105-139.  Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Lakshmi Ramarajan (2009), Checking Your Identities at the Door? Positive Relationships Between Nonwork and Work Identities, Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations: Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation  
  • Gina Dokko, Steffanie Wilk, Nancy Rothbard (2009), Unpacking prior experience: How career history affects individual performance, Organization Science, 20: 51-68.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant, Andrew Molinsky, Joshua Margolis, Melissa Kamin, William Schiano (2009), The performer’s reactions to procedural injustice: When prosocial identity reduces prosocial behavior, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39, 319 - 349.    Abstract
  • Adam Grant (2009), Putting self-interest out of business? Contributions and unanswered questions from use-inspired research on prosocial motivation, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2, 94 - 98.  
  • Hann O Kim, Johannes M Pennings (2009), Innovation and Strategic Renewal in Mature Markets, Organization Science, 20 (2), 368 - 388.    Abstract
  • Sidney G Winter, David J. Bryce (2009), A General Relatedness Index, Management Science, 55: 1570-1585.  Abstract
  • Peter Cappelli (2009), A Supply Chain Approach to Workforce Planning, Organizational Dynamics, 30 (1), 8 - 15.
  • Paul S. Adler, Mary Benner, David J. Brunner, John Paul MacDuffie, Emi Osono, Bradley R. Staats, Hirotaka Takeuchi, Michael L. Tushman, Sidney G Winter (2009), Perspectives on the Productivity Dilemma, Journal of Operations Management, 27: 99-113.  
  • David Hsu, K. Lim (2009), The Antecedents and Innovation Consequences of Organizational Knowledge Brokering Capability, Management Department Working Paper  Abstract
  • Katherine W. Phillips, Nancy Rothbard, Tracy L. Dumas (2009), To Disclose or Not to Disclose? Status Distance and Self-Disclosure in Diverse Environments, Academy of Management Review, 34 (4), 710 - 732.    Abstract
  • Lawton R. Burns, Michael Housman, Robert Booth, Aaron Koenig (2009), Implant Vendors and Hospitals: Competing Influences over Product Choice by Orthopedic Surgeons, Health Care Management Review, 34(1): 2-18, 2009.  Abstract
  • Lawton R. Burns, Michael Housman, Charles Robinson (2009), Market Entry And Exit By Biotech And Device Companies Funded By Venture Capital, Health Affairs, Web Exclusive. December 2, 2008. W76-86.  Abstract
  • Eric W. Orts, Alan Strudler (2009), Putting a Stake in Stakeholder Theory, Business Ethics Quarterly, 88, 605 - 615.
  • Andrew Carton, J. R. Aiello (2009), Control and anticipation of social interruptions: Reduced stress and improved task performance, Journal of Applied Social Psychology