TOC: Strat Man J


Strategic Management Journal, 39(5)

Dancing with the stars: Benefits of a star employee’s temporary absence for organizational performance
John S. Chen and Pranav Garg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Who does private equity buy? Evidence on the role of private equity from buyouts of divested businesses
Aseem Kaul, Paul Nary and Harbir Singh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Competing for government procurement contracts: The role of corporate social responsibility
Caroline Flammer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of senior management in opportunity formation: Direct involvement or reactive selection?
Jay B. Barney, Nicolai J. Foss and Jacob Lyngsie [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Revisiting the imitation assumption: Why imitation may increase, rather than decrease, performance heterogeneity
Hart E. Posen and Dirk Martignoni [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The differential effects of CEO narcissism and hubris on corporate social responsibility
Yi Tang, Daniel Z. Mack and Guoli Chen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Big splash, no waves? Cognitive mechanisms driving incumbent firms’ responses to low-price market entry strategies
Jukka Luoma, Tomas Falk, Dirk Totzek, Henrikki Tikkanen and Alexander Mrozek [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Scale matters: The scale of environmental issues in corporate collective actions
Frances E. Bowen, Pratima Bansal and Natalie Slawinski [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Follow the leader (or not): The influence of peer CEOs’ characteristics on interorganizational imitation
Abhinav Gupta and Vilmos F. Misangyi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Executive succession: The importance of social capital in CEO appointments
Margarethe F. Wiersema, Yoichiro Nishimura and Katsushi Suzuki [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Stakeholder value appropriation: The case of labor in the worldwide mining industry
Cristian Ramírez and Jorge Tarziján [Publisher] [Google Scholar]