Academy of Management Review 2006 - Abstracts

Academy of Management Review 2006
TitleSubjectAuthors
A capabilities perspective on the effects of early internalization on firm survival and growth.Business, generalZahra, Shaker A., Sapienza, Harry J., Autio, Erkko, George, Gerard
Accentuating the positive?Business, generalFineman, Stephen
A collective action model of institutional innovation.Business, generalVan de Ven, Andrew H., Hargrave, Timothy J.
A corporate social performance-corporate financial performance behavioral model for consumers.Business, generalSchuler, Douglas A., Cording, Margaret
Ameliorating conflicts of interest in auditing: Effects of recent reforms on auditors and their clients.Business, generalNelson, Mark W.
A multilevel model of group social capital.Business, generalOh, Hongseok, Giuseppe Labianca, Myung-Ho Chung
A paradigm too far? A dynamic stability reconsideration of the social network research program.Business, generalKilduff, Martin, Hanke, Ralph, Wenpin Tsai
A paradox of synergy: Contagion and capacity effects in mergers and acquisitions.Business, generalShaver, J. Myles
A resource-based theory of market structure and organizational form.Business, generalBoone, Christophe, Witteloostuijn, Arjen Van
Beyond correspondence? Metaphor in organization theory.Business, generalOswick, Cliff, Jones, Philip
Bringing out charisma: CEO charisma and external stakeholders.Business, generalMisangyi, Vilmos F., Fanelli, Angelo
Building collegial information networks: A theory of advice network generation.Business, generalNebus, James
Capability reconfiguration: An analysis of incumbent responses to technological change.Business, generalLavie, Dovev
Causal ambiguity, management perception, and firm performance.Business, generalPowell, Thomas C., Lovallo, Dan, Caringal, Carmina
Celebrity firms: The social construction of market popularity.Business, generalRindova, Violina P., Hayward, Mathew L.A., Pollock, Timothy G.
Changing identities in a changing workplace: Identification, identity enactment, self-verification, and telecommuting.Business, generalThatcher, Sherry M.B., Xiumei Zhu
Coercion versus care: Using irony to make sense of organizational surveillance.Business, generalSewell, Graham, Barker, James R.
Cognitive underpinnings of institutional persistence and change: A framing perspective.Business, generalSitkin, Sim B., Chattopadhyay, Prithviraj, George, Elizabeth, Barden, Jeff
Conflicts of interest and the case of auditor independence: Moral seduction and strategic issue cycling.Business, generalBazerman, Max H., Tetlock, Philip E., Moore, Don A., Tanlu, Lloyd
Constructive partnerships: When alliances between private firms and public actors can enable creative strategies.Business, generalWassenhove, Luk N. Van, Rangan, Subramanian, Samii, Ramina
Corporate citizenship: Creating intangible assets across institutional environments.Business, generalFombrun, Charles J., Gardberg, Naomi A.
Discussing "Discourse and Institutions": A reply to Lok and Wilmott.Business, generalPhillips, Nelson, Lawrence, Thomas B., Hardy, Cynthia
Employee incentives to make firm-specific investments: Implications for resource-based theories of corporate diversification.Business, generalBarney, Jay B., Heli C. Wang
Entrepreneurial action and the role of uncertainty in the theory of the entrepreneur.Business, generalShepherd, Dean A., McMullen, Jeffery S.
Error reporting in organizations.Business, generalOlivera, Fernando, Bin Zhao
Exploring the social ledger: Negative relationships and negative asymmetry in social networks in organizations.Business, generalBrass, Daniel J., Labianca, Giuseppe
Framing interorganizational network change: A network inertia perspective.Business, generalSwaminathan, Anand, Oh, Hongseok, Tai-Young Kim
I-deals: Idiosyncratic terms in employment relationships.Business, generalGreenberg, Jerald, Rousseau, Denise M., Ho, Violet T.
Institutional theory, language and discourse analysis: A comment on Phillips, Lawrence, and Hardy.Business, generalLok, Jaco, Wilmott, Hugh
Integrating theories of motivation.Business, generalSteel, Piers, Konig, Cornelius J.
Is there such a thing as "evidence-based management"?Business, generalRousseau, Denise M.
''Is there such a thing as 'evidence-based management'?": A commentary on Rousseau's 2005 presidential address.(Denise M. Rousseau)Business, generalMark, Learmonth
Keeping an open mind about evidence-based management: A reply to Learmonth's commentary.(Mark Learmonth)Business, generalRousseau, Denise M.
Knowledge for theory and practice.Business, generalVan de Ven, Andrew H., Johnson, Paul E.
Metaphor in organization theory: Progress and the past.Business, generalCornelissen, Joep
Modularity: Implications for imitation, innovation, and sustained advantage.Business, generalPil, Frits K., Cohen, Susan K.
Negotiating relationally: The dynamics of the relational self in negotiations.Business, generalGelfand, Michele J., Raver, Jana L., O'Brien, Karen, Major, Virginia Smith, Nishii, Lisa H.
Nice try, Bill, but...there you go again.(Bill Mckelvey)Business, generalVan de Ven, Andrew H., Johnson, Paul E.
On being positive: Concerns and counterpoints.Business, generalFineman, Stephen
Orchestrating innovation networks.Business, generalParkhe, Arvind, Dhanaraj, Charles
Paradox and theorizing within the resource-based view.Business, generalWright, Peter, Boyd, Nancy G., Kroll, Mark, Lado, Augustine A.
Reports of solving the conflicts of interest in auditing are highly exaggerated.Business, generalBazerman, Max H., Tetlock, Philip E., Moore, Don A., Tanlu, Lloyd
Sameness, otherness? Enriching organizational change theories with philosophical considerations on the same and the other.Business, generalDurand, Rodolphe, Calori, Roland
Shifting the lens on organizational life: The added value of positive scholarship.Business, generalRoberts, Laura Morgan
Testing multitheoretical, multilevel hypothesis about organizational networks: An analytic framework and empirical example.Business, generalContractor, Noshir S., Wasserman, Stanley, Faust, Katherine
The competitive advantage of interconnected firms: An extension of the resource-based view.Business, generalLavie, Dovev
The essential impact of context on organizational behavior.Business, generalJohns, Gary
The evolution of interfirm networks: Environmental effects on patterns of network change.Business, generalMadhavan, Ravindranath, Prescott, John E., Koka, Balaji R.
The influence of organizational demography on the external networking behavior of teams.Business, generalJoshi, Aparna
The internal morality of contracting: Advancing the contractualist endeavor in business ethics.Business, generalKaptein, Muel, Oosterhout, J. Van, Heugens, Pursey P.M.A.R.
The knowledge-leveraging paradox: How to achieve scale without making knowledge imitable.Business, generalCoff, Russel W., Coff, David C., Eastvold, Roger
The reification of absorptive capacity: A critical review and rejuvenation of the construct.Business, generalKoka, Balaji R., Lane, Peter J., Pathak, Seemantini
The role of organizational controls in managing knowledge.Business, generalMakhija, Mona V., Turner, Karynne L.
Toward a product-proliferation theory of entry barriers.Business, generalLubatkin, Michael, Schulze, William S., Mainkar, Avinash V.
Toward a theory of community-based enterprise.Business, generalChrisman, James J., Peredo, Ana Maria
Understanding the cross-level embeddedness of interfirm partnership formation.Business, generalHagedoorn, John
Van de Ven and Johnson's "engaged scholarship": Nice try, but....Business, generalMckelvey, Bill
When work and family are allies: A theory of work-family enrichment.Business, generalPowell, Gary N., Greenhaus, Jeffrey H.
Why do firms imitate each other?Business, generalLieberman, Marvin B., Asaba, Shigeru
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