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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, Anoop Menon (Under Review), Acquisitions, Node Collapse, and Network Revolution.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Exequiel Hernandez, J. Myles Shaver (Working), The Market for Networks: Do M&As Help Firms Obtain Better Network Positions?.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Elena Kulchina (Working), Immigrants and Firm Performance: Effects on Foreign Subsidiaries versus Foreign Entrepreneurial Firms in Emerging Markets.
  • Sarath Balachandran, Exequiel Hernandez (Working), Liberty in Law: The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection on Network Structure.
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Sarath Balachandran (Working), The Cross-National Configuration of Brokerage Triads: Effects on the Volume and Radicalness of Innovation.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Anja Tuschke (Under Revision), Cooperative vs. Adversarial Learning: How the Experiences of Rivals and Non-Rivals Affect Foreign Market Entry.  Abstract
  • Yong Li, Sunhwang Gwon, Exequiel Hernandez (Under Review), Ethnic Communities, Informal Institutions, and Foreign Location Choice.  Abstract
  • Exequiel Hernandez, Gurneeta Vasudeva, Akbar Zaheer (Working), Dual Embeddedness: Network Roles and Institutional Boundary Spanning.  Abstract