Academy of Management Review 2005 - Abstracts

Academy of Management Review 2005
2004 Presidential Address: Reflections on engendering a sustainable community within the academy.Business, generalTung, Rosalie L.
2004 Presidential Address: Reflections on engendering a sustainable community within the academy.Business, generalTung, Rosalie L.
A contingency theory of rhetorical congruence.Business, generalSillince, John A. A.
A social interaction model of the effects of emotion regulation on work strain.Business, generalCote, Stephane
A theory of team coaching.Business, generalHackman, J. Richard, Wageman, Ruth
Beyond compare: Metaphor in organization theory.Business, generalCornelissen, Joep P.
Changing faces: Professional image construction in diverse organizational settings.Business, generalRoberts, Laura Morgan
Composing the reflected best-self portrait: Building pathways for becoming extraordinary in work organizations.Business, generalDutton, Jane E., Spreitzer, Gretchen M., Roberts, Laura Morgan, Heaphy, Emily D., Quinn, Robert E.
Conducting influential research: The need for prescriptive implications.Business, generalBazerman, Max H.
Coordination as energy-in-conversation.Business, generalDutton, Jane E., Quinn, Ryan W.
Corporate citizenship: Toward an extended theoretical conceptualization.Business, generalCrane, Andrew, Matten, Dirk
Corporate political strategies for widely salient issues.Business, generalKeim, Gerald D., Bonardi, Jean-Philippe
Deregulatory forms, variations in the speed of governance adaptation and firm performance.Business, generalPrescott, John E., Kim, Bongjin
Discourse and collaboration: The role of conversations and collective identity.Business, generalGrant, David, Lawrence, Thomas B., Hardy, Cynthia
Economics language and assumptions: How theories can become self-fulfilling.Business, generalPfeffer, Jeffrey, Sutton, Robert I., Ferraro, Fabrizio
Executive job demands: New insights for explaining strategic decisions and leader behaviors.Business, generalHambrick, Donald C., Finkelstein, Sydney, Mooney, Ann C.
Executive job demands: Suggestions from a stress and decision-making perspective.Business, generalGanster, Daniel C.
Executives sometimes lose it, just like the rest of us.Business, generalHambrick, Donald C., Finkelstein, Sydney, Mooney, Ann C.
Exploring involuntary executive turnover through a managerial discretion framework.Business, generalWei Shen, Theresa S. Cho
Firm heterogeneity and competitive dynamics in alliance formation.Business, generalSeung Ho Park, Dongsheng Zhou
Government corruption and the entry strategies of multinationals.Business, generalEden, Lorraine, Uhlenbruck, Klaus, Rodriguez, Peter
Government's dilemma: The role of government in imitation and innovation.Business, generalMahmood, Ishtiaq P., Rufin, Carlos
How governments matter to new industry creation.Business, generalLenway, Stefanie Ann, Murtha, Thomas P., Spencer, Jeniffer W.
Identity orientations and forms of social exchange in organizations.Business, generalFlynn, Francis J.
Institutional governance systems and variations in national competitive advantage: An integrative framework.Business, generalZammuto, Raymond F., Griffiths, Andrew
Just joking around? Employee humor expression as an ingratiatory behavior.Business, generalCooper, Cecily D.
Legitimacy, interest group pressures and change in emergent institutions: The case of foreign investors and host country governments.Business, generalHenisz, Witold J., Zelner, Bennet A.
Necessary evils and interpersonal sensitivity in organizations.Business, generalMolinsky, Andrew, Margolis, Joshua
Out of sight but not out of mind: Managing invisible social identities in the workplace.Business, generalClair, Judith A., Beatty, Joy E., Maclean, Tammy L.
Perspectives on how governments matter.Business, generalRing, Peter Smith, Khanna, Tarun, D'Aunno, Thomas, Bigley, Gregory A.
Power dynamics in negotiation.Business, generalKim, Peter H., Pinkley, Robin, L., Fragale, Alison R.
Prescriptions are not enough.Business, generalPfeffer, Jeffrey, Sutton, Robert I., Ferraro, Fabrizio
Shared and configural justice: A social network model of justice in teams.Business, generalRoberson, Quinetta M., Colquitt, Jason A.
Social capital, networks, and knowledge transfer.Business, generalInkpen, Andrew C., Tsang, Eric W.K.
Social influence on evaluations of psychological contract fulfillment.Business, generalHo, Violet T.
Territoriality in organizations.Business, generalBrown, Graham, Lawrence, Thomas B., Robinson, Sandra L.
The attractiveness of political markets: Implications for firm strategy.Business, generalHillman, Amy J., Keim, Gerald D., Bonardi, Jean-Philippe
The politics of organizational learning: Integrating power into the 4I framework.Business, generalMauws, Michael K., Lawrence, Thomas B., Dyck, Bruno, Kleysen, Robert F.
The relationship between corporate philanthropy and shareholder wealth: A risk management perspective.Business, generalGodfrey, Paul C.
The role of followers in the charismatic leadership process: Relationships and their consequences.Business, generalHowell, Jane M., Shamir, Boas
Time and organizational improvisation.Business, generalCrossan, Mary, Vera, Dusya, Cunha, Miguel Pina E., Cunha, Joao
To act or not to act: The dilemma faced by sexual harassment observers.Business, generalO'Leary-Kelly, Anne M., Bowes-Sperry, Lynn
What determines the scope of the firm over time? A focus on institutional relatedness.Business, generalPeng, Mike W., Wang, Denis Y.L., Seung-Hyun Lee
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