Academy of Management Review 1990 - Abstracts

Academy of Management Review 1990
A cognitive categorization model for the study of intercultural management.Business, generalShaw, James B.
Alternative information-processing models and their implications for theory, research, and practice.Business, generalLord, Robert G., Maher, Karen J.
Applicant attraction strategies: an organizational perspective.Business, generalRynes, Sara L., Barber, Alison E.
A rational basis for criticisms of organizational economics: a reply to Barney. (Jay Barney)Business, generalDonaldson, Lex
A theory of the effects of advanced information technologies on organizational design, intelligence, and decision making.Business, generalHuber, George P.
Causal ambiguity, barriers to imitation, and sustainable competitive advantage.Business, generalReed, Richard, DeFillippi, Robert J.
Cognitive elements of empowerment: an "interpretive" model of intrinsic task motivation.Business, generalThomas, Kenneth W., Velthouse, Betty A.
Connecting diversification to performance: a sociocognitive approach.Business, generalGinsberg, Ari
Cooperation, opportunism, and the invisible hand: implications for transaction cost theory.Business, generalHill, Charles W.L.
Corporate restructuring: governance and control limits of the internal capital market.Business, generalHoskisson, Robert E., Turk, Thomas A.
Cross-cultural training effectiveness: a review and a theoretical framework for future research.Business, generalBlack, J. Stewart, Mendenhall, Mark
Determinants of interorganizational relationships: integration and future directions.Business, generalOliver, Christine
Fact and fiction in analyzing research on participative decision making: a critique of Cotton, Vollrath, Froggatt, Lengnick-Hall, and Jennings.Business, generalLeana, Carrie R., Locke, Edwin A., Scweiger, David M.
Fact: the form of participation does matter - a rebuttal to Leana, Locke, and Schweiger.Business, generalCotton, John L., Froggatt, Kirk L., Vollrath, David A., Legnick-Hall, Mark L.
Feasibility theory: a resource-munificence model of work motivation and behavior.Business, generalKlein, Jonathan I.
Loosely coupled systems: a reconceptualization. (organizational behavior)Business, generalWeick, Karl E., Orton, J. Douglas
Multiparadigm perspectives on theory building.Business, generalGioia, Dennis A., Pitre, Evelyn
On the efficiency of internal and external corporate control mechanisms.Business, generalWalsh, James P., Seward, James K.
Organizational economics: an impending revolution in organization theory?Business, generalHesterly, William S., Zenger, Todd R., Liebeskind, Julia
Reconceptualizing the nature and consequences of part-time work.Business, generalFeldman, Daniel C.
Taxonomic mental models in competitor definition. (organizational behavior)Business, generalThomas, Howard, Porac, Joseph F.
Temporal sequences in information acquisition for decision making: a focus on source and medium.Business, generalSaunders, Carol, Jones, Jack William
The composition of boards of directors and strategic control: effects on corporate strategy.Business, generalHoskisson, Robert E., Baysinger, Barry
The debate between traditional management theory and organizational economics: substantive differences or intergroup conflict?Business, generalBarney, Jay B.
The ethereal hand: organizational economics and management theory.Business, generalDonaldson, Lex
The evolution of collective strategies in fragmented industries.Business, generalDollinger, Marc J.
The human side of economic organization.Business, generalGriesinger, Donald W.
The multinational corporation as an interorganizational network.Business, generalGhoshal, Sumantra, Bartlett, Christopher A.
Toward an agenda for business ethics research.Business, generalKahn, William A.
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