TOC: Strat Man J


Strategic Management Journal, 36(11)

Cannibalization and option value effects of secondary markets: Evidence from the US concert industry
Victor M. Bennett, Robert Seamans and Feng Zhu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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Buffering and enabling: The impact of interlocking political ties on firm survival and sales growth
Weiting Zheng, Kulwant Singh and Will Mitchell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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Modularity and intellectual property protection
Carliss Y. Baldwin and Joachim Henkel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Utilizing the firm’s resources: How TMT heterogeneity and resulting faultlines affect TMT tasks
Hermann Achidi Ndofor, David G. Sirmon and Xiaoming He [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Resource relatedness and the mode of entry into new businesses: Internal resource accumulation vs. access by collaborative arrangement
Gerhard Speckbacher, Kerstin Neumann and Werner H. Hoffmann [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Competition network structure and product market entry
Paul F. Skilton and Ednilson Bernardes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Who matters more? The impact of functional background and top executive mobility on firm survival
Y. Sekou Bermiss and Johann P. Murmann [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Organizational adaptation in an economic shock: The role of growth reconfiguration
Abhirup Chakrabarti [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Entrepreneurial orientation-as-experimentation and firm performance: The enabling role of absorptive capacity
Pankaj C. Patel, Marko Kohtamäki, Vinit Parida and Joakim Wincent [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Walking a slippery line: Investments in social values and product longevity
Andrea Fosfuri, Marco S. Giarratana and Esther Roca [Publisher] [Google Scholar]