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Martine Haas

Associate Professor of Management

Research Interests: global collaboration, teamwork, knowledge sharing, information technology use, human & intellectual capital

Links: CV

  • Martine Haas, P. Criscuolo, G. George (2015), Which Problem to Solve? Online Knowledge Sharing and Attention Allocation in Organizations, Academy of Management Journal, 58 (3), 680 - 711.
  • Martine Haas, W. Ham (2015), Microfoundations of Knowledge Recombination: Peripheral Knowledge and Breakthrough Innovation in Teams, Advances in Strategic Management (Special Issue on Cognition & Strategy, edited by W. Ocasio and G. Gavetti), 32, 47 - 87.
  • D. Van Knippenberg, L. Dahlander, Martine Haas, G. George (2015), From the Editors: Information, Attention, and Decision Making, Academy of Management Journal, 58 (3), 649 - 657.
  • A.C. Edmondson, Martine Haas, J. Macomber, T. Zuzul (2015), The Role of Megaprojects and Multiplier Firms in Leading Change for Sustainability, Leading Sustainable Change: An Organizational Perspective (R. Henderson, R. Gulati, & M. Tushman, eds.), Chapter 11, 273 - 298.
  • Martine Haas, J. N. Cummings (2015), Barriers to Knowledge Seeking within MNC Teams: Which Matter Most?, Journal of International Business Studies, 46 (1), 36 - 62.
  • G. George, Martine Haas, A. Pentland (2014), From the Editors: Big Data and Management, Academy of Management Journal, 57 (2), 321 - 326.
  • 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
  • Martine Haas (2010), The Double-Edged Swords of Autonomy and External Knowledge: Team Effectiveness in a Multinational Organization, Academy of Management Journal, 53: 989-1008.    Abstract
  • Martine Haas, S. Park (2010), To Share or Not to Share? Reference Group Norms and Information Withholding Among Life Scientists, Organization Science, 21: 854-872.    Abstract
  • Martine Haas, M. Banerjee (2008), Transnational Teams in Knowledge-Intensive Organizations, Handbook of 21st Century Management, 2, 34 - 43. Sage Publications.    Abstract
  • 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
  • Martine Haas (2006), Knowledge Gathering, Team Capabilities, and Project Performance in Challenging Work Environments, Management Science, 52: 1170-1184.    Abstract
  • Martine Haas (2006), Acquiring and Applying Knowledge in Transnational Teams: The Roles of Cosmopolitans and Locals, Organization Science, 17: 313-332.    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
  • Martine Haas (2005), Cosmopolitans and Locals: Status Rivalries, Deference, and Knowledge in international Teams. In E.A. Mannix, M.A. Neale, and M.C. Thomas-Hunt (eds), Research on Managing Groups and Teams, 7: 201-227.    Abstract
  • 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
  • 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