TOC: Strat Man J


Strategic Management Journal, 37(5)

Are entrepreneurial venture’s innovation rates sensitive to investor complementary assets? Comparing biotech ventures backed by corporate and independent VCs
Elisa Alvarez-Garrido and Gary Dushnitsky [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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Knowledge, firm boundaries, and innovation: Mitigating the incumbent’s curse during radical technological change
Raja Roy and MB Sarkar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When do firms change technology-sourcing vehicles? The role of poor innovative performance and financial slack
Razvan Lungeanu, Ithai Stern and Edward J. Zajac [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Customer-specific synergies and market convergence
Jens Schmidt, Richard Makadok and Thomas Keil [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

New product introductions below aspirations, slack and R&D alliances: A behavioral perspective
Beverly B. Tyler and Turanay Caner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fit by adaptation or fit by founding? A comparative study of existing and new entrepreneurial cohorts in China
Chenjian Zhang, Justin Tan and David Tan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A darker side of knowledge transfer following international acquisitions
Taco H. Reus, Bruce T. Lamont and Kimberly M. Ellis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Toward a legitimacy-based view of political risk: The case of Google and Yahoo in China
Charles E. Stevens, En Xie and Mike W. Peng [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

I know something you don’t know!: The role of linking pin directors in monitoring and incentive alignment
Pamela Brandes, Ravi Dharwadkar and Sanghyun Suh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]