J Bus Res


Journal of Business Research, 129



When to switch between subscription-based and ad-sponsored business models: Strategic implications of decreasing content novelty
Pontus Huotari, Paavo Ritala [Google Scholar]

How business legacy influences organising body legitimacy in the delivery of mega events: The drift to myth at Rio 2016
Alessandro Merendino, David Bek, Jill Timms [Google Scholar]

Does organizational structure render leadership unnecessary? Configurations of formalization and centralization as a substitute and neutralizer of servant leadership
Nathan Eva, Sen Sendjaya, Daniel Prajogo, Karryna Madison [Google Scholar]

A framework for variance analysis of customer equity based on a Markov chain model
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Loyalty programs as travel companions: Complementary service features across customer journey stages
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Customer relationship management and its impact on innovation: A literature review
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Heterogeneity of R&D in family firms
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The role of business and social networks in the effectual internationalization: Insights from emerging market SMEs
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When luxury brand rejection causes brand dilution
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Eating one’s own otherness: When producers commercialize their ethnicities
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Chinese MNE acquisition of unrelated foreign businesses: The role of diversified business group affiliation, private ownership and strategic asset seeking
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How do international joint ventures build resilience to navigate institutional crisis? The case of a Tunisian-French IJV during the Arab-Spring
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Effectuation and causation, firm performance, and the impact of institutions: A multi-country moderation analysis
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Self-construal drives preference for partner and servant brands
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Grouped data, investment committees & multicriteria portfolio selection
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Are narcissistic CEOs more tax aggressive? The moderating role of internal audit committees
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Resolving the individual helping and objective job performance dilemma: The moderating effect of team reflexivity
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Health, longevity, infrastructure and competitiveness: The Four Horsemen of COVID-19
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Scrutinizing innovation performance of family firms in efficiency-driven environment
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Ethical design in social media: Assessing the main performance measurements of user online behavior modification
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From co-consumption to co-production: A systematic review and research synthesis of collaborative consumption practices
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The impact of organisational support, employee creativity and work centrality on innovative work behaviour
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Luxury stores as home-like places: How domestic meanings are staged and mobilized in luxury retail
Alain Debenedetti [Google Scholar]

The effects of firm aspirational performance on changes in leadership structure
Cameron J. Borgholthaus, Dinesh N. Iyer, Jonathan P. O’Brien [Google Scholar]

Motivational configurations of cultural intelligence, social integration, and performance in global virtual teams
Nicole Franziska Richter, Jonathan Martin, Sofie V. Hansen, Vasyl Taras, Ilan Alon [Google Scholar]

Share or hide? Investigating positive and negative employee intentions and organizational support in the context of knowledge sharing and hiding
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When a gift exchange isn’t an exchange: Why gift givers underestimate how uncomfortable recipients feel receiving a gift without reciprocating
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Government policy changes and organizational goal setting: Extensions to the behavioral theory of the firm
George A. Shinkle, Gerard P. Hodgkinson, Michael Shayne Gary [Google Scholar]

Consumer mindsets matter: Benefit framing and firm–cause fit in the persuasiveness of cause-related marketing campaigns
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Blended value co-creation: A qualitative investigation of relationship designs of social enterprises
Felix Ostertag, Rüdiger Hahn, Inan Ince [Google Scholar]

Corrigendum to “A big data exploration of the informational and normative influences on the helpfulness of online restaurant reviews” [J. Bus. Res. 125 (2021) 354–367]
Stephanie Meek, Claire Lambert, Violetta Wilk [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Digital transformation as a springboard for product, process and business model innovation. Edited by: Stefano Bresciani, Kun-Huang Huarng, Arvind Malhotra, Alberto Ferraris

‘I digitize so I exist’. Searching for critical capabilities affecting firms’ digital innovation
Debora Tortora, Roberto Chierici, Massimiliano Farina Briamonte, Riccardo Tiscini [Google Scholar]

A microfoundational perspective on SMEs’ growth in the digital transformation era
V Scuotto, M. Nicotra, M. Del Giudice, N. Krueger, G.L. Gregori [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Issues on Technology, information, and marketing that affect an interconnected world. Edited by: Kun Huang Huarng, Dolores Botella-Carrubi, Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano

The effect of technology, information, and marketing on an interconnected world
Kun-Huang Huarng, Dolores Botella-Carrubi, Tiffany Hui-Kuang Yu [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Cross-Cultural Research Current Topics and Challenges. Edited by: Søren Aaskegard,Heather Crawford, Francisco Guzmán, Carol Motley

Cross-cultural perspectives on collaboration: Differences between the Middle East and the United States
Rebecca Grossman, Maritza Salazar Campo, Jennifer Feitosa, Eduardo Salas [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Dark side of business-to-business (B2B) relationships. Edited By: Piyush Sharma, Russel PJKingshott, Tak YanLeung, Ashish Malik

Dynamism and B2B firm performance: The dark and bright contingent role of B2B relationships
Henry F.L. Chung, Russel P.J. Kingshott, Robyn V.G. MacDonald, Martinus Parnawa Putranta [Google Scholar]

Pluralistic ignorance, risk perception, and the governance of the dark side in peer-to-peer transactions: Evidence from the Indian banking industry
Shubhabrata Basu, Preet S. Aulakh, Surender Munjal [Google Scholar]

Performance effects of trust-dependence congruence: The mediating role of relational behaviors
Wei Yang, Yu Zhang, Yin Zhou, Leinan Zhang [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Bridging the gap between theory and practice in international business: Addressing management challenges. Edited by: Bradley R Barnes, Lianxi Zhou, Geng Cui

Examining mechanisms for creating shared value by Asian firms
Hamid Khurshid, Robin Stanley Snell [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Advances in Tourism and Retailing Services. Edited By: : DrewMartin, Mark Rosenbaum, Lianping Ren

The product is me: Hyper-personalized consumer goods as unconventional luxury
Mark S. Rosenbaum, Germán Contreras Ramirez, Jeffrey Campbell, Philipp Klaus [Google Scholar]

Anthropomorphism and its implications for advertising hotel brands
Seonjeong (Ally) Lee, Haemoon Oh [Google Scholar]

Are lodging revenue cycles leading indicators for shifts in financial well-being?
L. Taylor Damonte, Arch G. Woodside [Google Scholar]

Understanding customer engagement and social media activities in tourism: A latent profile analysis and cross-validation
Kevin Kam Fung So, Wei Wei, Drew Martin [Google Scholar]

Place attachment to pseudo establishments: An application of the stimulus-organism-response paradigm to themed hotels
Jia Sun, Po-Ju Chen, Lianping Ren, Erin Hui-Wen Shih, Caiwei Ma, Han Wang, Nhu-Hang Ha [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Complexity: challenges and opportunities. Edited By: Andreas Pyka, Giovanna Ferraro, Antonio Iovanella

Bifurcations in business profitability: An agent-based simulation of homophily in self-financing groups
Rolando Gonzales Martinez, Bert D’Espallier, Roy Mersland [Google Scholar]

Stratified cohesiveness in complex business networks
Roy Cerqueti, Gian Paolo Clemente, Rosanna Grassi [Google Scholar]

The complexity of the intangible digital economy: an agent-based model
Filippo Bertani, Linda Ponta, Marco Raberto, Andrea Teglio, Silvano Cincotti [Google Scholar]

Investigating organisational learning to master project complexity: An embedded case study
Alberto F. De Toni, Elena Pessot [Google Scholar]

Ambiguity of network outcomes
Matteo Cinelli [Google Scholar]

The influence of motivational factors on ongoing product design decisions
Mercedes Bleda, Adrien Querbes, Mark Healey [Google Scholar]

The influence of the structure of technological knowledge on inter-firm R&D collaboration and knowledge discovery: An agent-based simulation approach
Matthias Müller, Muhamed Kudic, Ben Vermeulen [Google Scholar]

Spatial evolution of industries modelled by cellular automata
Martin Zoričak, Denis Horváth, Vladimír Gazda, Oto Hudec [Google Scholar]

A network-based model of exploration and exploitation
Pieter den Hamer, Koen Frenken [Google Scholar]

Patient satisfaction in emergency department: Unveiling complex interactions by wearable sensors
Alessandro Stefanini, Davide Aloini, Peter Gloor, Federica Pochiero [Google Scholar]

Heuristics in experiments with infinitely large strategy spaces
Jørgen Vitting Andersen, Philippe de Peretti [Google Scholar]

Social Media Use and the Challenge of Complexity: Evidence from the Technology Sector
Rodrigo Martín-Rojas, Victor J. García-Morales, Aurora Garrido-Moreno, Maria Paz Salmador-Sánchez [Google Scholar]

Firm performance in networks: The interplay between firm centrality and corporate group size
Massimo Riccaboni, Xu Wang, Zhen Zhu [Google Scholar]

The ambiguity of natural language as resource for organizational design: A computational analysis
C. Ponsiglione, L. Cannavacciuolo, S. Primario, I. Quinto, G. Zollo [Google Scholar]

Understanding the complex relationship between R&D investment and firm growth: A chaos perspective
Xuchuan Yuan, Rohit Nishant [Google Scholar]

Herding in mutual funds: A complex network approach
Anna Maria D’Arcangelis, Giulia Rotundo [Google Scholar]

A complex networks approach to pension funds
Anna Maria D’Arcangelis, Susanna Levantesi, Giulia Rotundo [Google Scholar]

An ace in the hole: The effects of (in)accurately observed structural holes on organizational reputation positions in whole networks
Annefleur R. Krijkamp, Joris Knoben, Leon A.G. Oerlemans, Roger T.A.J. Leenders [Google Scholar]

Big data and big values: When companies need to rethink themselves
Maria Assunta Barchiesi, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon [Google Scholar]

Managing structural inter-organizational tensions in complex product systems projects: Lessons from the Metis case
Francesco Galati, Barbara Bigliardi, Roberta Galati, Giorgio Petroni [Google Scholar]

Financial crises: Uncovering self-organized patterns and predicting stock markets instability
A. Spelta, A. Flori, N. Pecora, F. Pammolli [Google Scholar]

Understanding and managing complexity through Bayesian network approach: The case of bribery in business transactions
Ahmet Ekici, Şule Önsel Ekici [Google Scholar]

Extending assortativity: An application to weighted social networks
Alberto Arcagni, Rosanna Grassi, Silvana Stefani, Anna Torriero [Google Scholar]

Complexity, interconnectedness and stability: New perspectives applied to the European banking system
Miia Chabot, Jean-Louis Bertrand [Google Scholar]

It’s more than complicated! Using organizational memetics to capture the complexity of organizational culture
Michael P. Schlaile, Kristina Bogner, Laura Muelder [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Corporate Heritage, Corporate Heritage Brands, Organizational Heritage, the Past and Omni-Temporality: Theory, Research and Practice. Edited By: John Balmer and Mario Burghausen

Navigating relative invariance: Perspectives on corporate heritage identity and organizational heritage identity in an evolving nonprofit institution
Zoe Lee, Iain Davies [Google Scholar]

Place as a nexus for corporate heritage identity: An international study of family-owned wineries
Nathalie Spielmann, Allan Discua Cruz, Beverly B. Tyler, Karin Beukel [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

Hypocrisy in Corporate and Individual Social Responsibility: Causes, Consequences and Implications. Edited by: Paolo Antonetti, NEOMA Business School, France; Frances Bowen, University of East Anglia, UK; Danae Manika, Newcastle Univer

The business case for CSR: A trump card against hypocrisy?
Sebastian Hafenbrädl, Daniel Waeger [Google Scholar]

Special Issue

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SHAPING BUSINESS CONTEXTS. Guest Edited by: Steve Vargo, Charles Hofacker, Daniela Corsaro, Francesco Massara

How does artificial intelligence enable and enhance value co-creation in industrial markets? An exploratory case study in the healthcare ecosystem
Daniele Leone, Francesco Schiavone, Francesco Paolo Appio, Benjamin Chiao [Google Scholar]

Online critical review classification in response strategy and service provider rating: Algorithms from heuristic processing, sentiment analysis to deep learning
John Jianjun Zhu, Yung-Chun Chang, Chih-Hao Ku, Stella Yiyan Li, Chi-Jen Chen [Google Scholar]

Artificial intelligence and the new forms of interaction: Who has the control when interacting with a chatbot?
Gabriele Pizzi, Daniele Scarpi, Eleonora Pantano [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ reasons and perceived value co-creation of using artificial intelligence-enabled travel service agents
Lidija Lalicic, Christian Weismayer [Google Scholar]

Reshaping the contexts of online customer engagement behavior via artificial intelligence: A conceptual framework
Rodrigo Perez-Vega, Valtteri Kaartemo, Cristiana R. Lages, Niloofar Borghei Razavi, Jaakko Männistö [Google Scholar]

Artificial intelligence in business: State of the art and future research agenda
Sandra Maria Correia Loureiro, João Guerreiro, Iis Tussyadiah [Google Scholar]

A conversation-based perspective for shaping ethical human–machine interactions: The particular challenge of chatbots
Grazia Murtarelli, Anne Gregory, Stefania Romenti [Google Scholar]

Artificial intelligence to design collaborative strategy: An application to urban destinations
Manuela De Carlo, Guido Ferilli, Francesca d’Angella, Massimo Buscema [Google Scholar]

Smart nudging: How cognitive technologies enable choice architectures for value co-creation
Cristina Mele, Tiziana Russo Spena, Valtteri Kaartemo, Maria Luisa Marzullo [Google Scholar]

Paradoxes of artificial intelligence in consumer markets: Ethical challenges and opportunities
Shuili Du, Chunyan Xie [Google Scholar]