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Exequiel Hernandez

Assistant Professor of Management

Research Interests: firm internationalization, networks, knowledge management and organizational learning, competition, immigration

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  • Exequiel Hernandez, J. Myles Shaver (Working), Network Synergy: How Companies Use Acquisitions to Enhance their Network Positions.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Anoop Menon (Working), On Network Change.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Elena Kulchina (Working), Immigrants and Firm Performance: Effects on Foreign Subsidiaries versus Foreign Entrepreneurial Firms.
  • Sarath Balachandran, Exequiel Hernandez (Under Review), Liberty in Law? Intellectual Property Rights and Global Alliance Networks.  Related Materials
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Sarath Balachandran (Under Review), Disentangling Structure and Composition: Brokerage Configurations and Innovation in Global Alliance Networks.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Anoop Menon (Under Revision), Acquisitions, Node Collapse, and Network Revolution.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Uber's Challenges in Foreign Markets (Teaching Case)
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Anja Tuschke (Working), Cooperative vs. Adversarial Learning: How the Experiences of Rivals and Non-Rivals Affect Foreign Market Entry.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Wm. Gerard Sanders, Anja Tuschke (2015), Network Defense: Pruning, Grafting, and Closing to Prevent Leakage of Strategic Knowledge to Rivals, Academy of Management Journal, 58 (4), 1233 - 1260.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Yong Li, Sunhwang Gwon, Exequiel Hernandez (Working), Ethnic Communities, Informal Institutions, and Foreign Location Choice.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Gurneeta Vasudeva, Akbar Zaheer (Under Review), Dual Embeddedness: Networks, Institutions, and Knowledge.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez (2014), Finding a Home away from Home: Effects of Immigrants on Firms' Foreign Location Choice and Performance, Administrative Science Quarterly, 59 (1), 73 - 108.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • 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
  • 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
  • Akbar Zaheer, Exequiel Hernandez (2011), The Geographic Scope of the MNC and its Alliance Portfolio: Resolving the Paradox of Distance, Global Strategy Journal, 1, 109 - 126.    Abstract
  • Akbar Zaheer, Exequiel Hernandez, Sanjay Barnerjee (2010), Prior Alliances with Targets and Acquisition Performance in Knowledge-Intensive Industries, Organization Science, 21, 1072 - 1091.    Abstract
  • "Capability Evolution and Governance in Alliance Portfolios: Evidence from the Emergent Fuel Cell Industry", Best Paper Proceedings, 2010 Academy of Management Meetings (with Gurneeta Vasudeva and Jaideep Anand)
  • Emilie Feldman, Exequiel Hernandez (Work In Progress), Alliances and Divestitures.