Academy of Management Review 1995 - Abstracts

Academy of Management Review 1995
Addressing a theoretical problem by reorienting the corporate social performance model.Business, generalSwanson, Diane L.
An agent morality view of business policy.Business, generalJones, Thomas M., Quinn, Dennis P.
A natural-resource-based view of the firm.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalHart, Stuart L.
An integrative process model of coping with job loss.Business, generalPrussia, Gregory E., Kinicki, Angelo J., Latack, Janina C.
An options-based model of career mobility in professional service firms.Business, generalMalos, Stanley B., Campion, Michael A.
A stakeholder framework for analyzing and evaluating corporate social performance. (includes appendix)Business, generalClarkson, Max B.E.
Avoiding ecological surprise: lessons from long-standing communities.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalKing, Andrew
Ecocentric management for a risk society.Business, generalShrivastava, Paul
Ecologically sustainable organizations: an institutional approach.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalJennings, P. Devereaux, Zandbergen, Paul A.
Effective whistle-blowing.Business, generalNear, Janet P., Miceli, Marcia P.
Efficacy-performance spirals: a multilevel perspective.Business, generalThomas, James B., Brass, Daniel J., Lindsley, Dana H.
Ethics and organizational reflection: the Rockefeller Foundation and postwar "moral deficits," 1942-1954.Business, generalScott, William G., Ryan, Lori Verstegen
Explaining development and change in organizations.Business, generalVan de Ven, Andrew H., Poole, Marshall Scott
Instrumental stakeholder theory: a synthesis of ethics and economics.Business, generalJones, Thomas M.
International variation in the business-government interface: institutional and organizational considerations.Business, generalHillman, Amy, Keim, Gerald
Limits to anthropocentrism: toward an ecocentric organization paradigm?(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalPurser, Ronald E., Park, Changkil, Montuori, Alfonso
Managerial third-party dispute intervention: a prescriptive model of strategy selection.Business, generalElangovan, A.R.
Managing legitimacy: strategic and institutional approaches.Business, generalSuchman, Mark C.
Product development: past research, present findings, and future directions.Business, generalEisenhardt, Kathleen M., Brown, Shona L.
Seeking the institutional balance of power: avoiding the power of a balanced view.Business, generalAhlstrom, David, Dunbar, Roger L.M.
Shifting paradigms for sustainable development: implications for management theory and research.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalGladwin, Thomas N., Kennelly, James J., Krause, Tara-Shelomith
Sticky wages revisited: organizational responses to a declining market-clearing wage.Business, generalKlaas, Brian S., Ullman, Joseph C.
The role of behavioral formality and informality in the enactment of bureaucratic versus organic organizations.Business, generalMorand, David A.
The role of conversations in producing intentional change in organizations.Business, generalFord, John D., Ford, Laurie W.
The role of corporations in achieving ecological sustainability.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalShrivastava, Paul
The stakeholder theory of the corporation: concepts, evidence, and implications.Business, generalDonaldson, Thomas, Preston, Lee E.
Top management team characteristics and corporate illegal activity.Business, generalPriem, Richard L., Gray, David A., Rasheed, Abdul M.A., Daboub, Anthony J.
Trust: the connecting link between organizational theory and philosophical ethics.Business, generalHosmer, Larue Tone
Weaving an integrated web: multilevel and multisystem perspectives of ecologically sustainable organizations.(Special Topic Forum on Ecologically Sustainable Organizations)Business, generalStarik, Mark, Rands, Gordon P.
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