TOC: Strat Man J


Strategic Management Journal, 39(7)

Leveraging who you know by what you know: Specialization and returns to relational capital
Heejung Byun, Justin Frake and Rajshree Agarwal [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Demand-side strategy, relational advantage, and partner-driven corporate scope: The case for client-led diversification
John K. Mawdsley and Deepak Somaya [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

High on creativity: The impact of social liberalization policies on innovation
Keyvan Vakili and Laurina Zhang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Status in a strange land? Context-dependent value of status in cross-border venture capital
Elisa Alvarez-Garrido and Isin Guler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Knowledge sharing and safeguarding in R&D collaborations: The role of steering committees in biotechnology alliances
Shivaram V. Devarakonda and Jeffrey J. Reuer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Experience matters: The role of academic scientist mobility for industrial innovation
Ulrich Kaiser, Hans C. Kongsted, Keld Laursen and Ann-Kathrine Ejsing [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Knowledge complexity and the performance of inter-unit knowledge replication structures
Sungho Kim and Jaideep (Jay) Anand [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Losing by winning: The danger zone of adverse competitor replacement
Richard Makadok and David Gaddis Ross [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The courage to choose! Primogeniture and leadership succession in family firms
Andrea Calabrò, Alessandro Minichilli, Mario Daniele Amore and Marina Brogi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Revisiting the gender gap in CEO compensation: Replication and extension of Hill, Upadhyay, and Beekun’s (2015) work on CEO gender pay gap
Vishal K. Gupta, Sandra C. Mortal and Xiaohu Guo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of social proximity in professional CEO appointments: Evidence from caste/religion-based hiring of CEOs in India
Naga Lakshmi Damaraju and Anil K. Makhija [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

An examination of the effects of venture capitalists on the alliance formation activity of entrepreneurial firms
Dane P. Blevins and Roberto Ragozzino [Publisher] [Google Scholar]