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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Palm, M., Kraft, P., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Family firms, M&A strategies, and M&A performance: a meta-analysis, Journal of Management.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Ilyas, I. M., Kammerlander, N., Turturea, R., Van Essen, M. (accepted pre-print), When business model innovation creates value for companies: a meta-analysis on institutional contigencies, Journal of Management Studies.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Beule, T., Fischer-Kreer, D., Brettel, M. (2024), Perceiving an entrepreneurial climate at universities: an inquiry into how academic entrepreneurs observe, use, and benefit from support mechanisms, Research Policy, Vol. 53 (2), 104929.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Diaz-Moriana, V., Clinton, E., Kammerlander, N. (2024), Untangling goal tensions in family firms: a sensemaking approach, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 61 (1), pp. 69-109.

Management Group

Make better allies of your workforce

Karaevli, A., Ozcan, S. (2024), Make better allies of your workforce, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 65 (2), pp. 54-59.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Identify critical roles to improve performance

Groysberg, B., Lin, E., Naik, A., Schmidt, S. (2023), Identify critical roles to improve performance: putting strategy into play requires knowing your organization’s crucial roles and making sure your best talent occupies them., MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 64 (4), 65122.

Finance and Accounting Group

Braggion, F., Von Meyerinck, F., Schaub, N. (2023), Inflation and individual investors' behavior: evidence from the German hyperinflation, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 36 (12), pp. 5012–5045.

Finance and Accounting Group

Van Pelt, V. (2023), Asymmetric adjustment of control, Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 40 (4), pp. 2203-2225.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Kruse, S., Vos, A., Strese, S., Brettel, M. (2023), Achieving product ambidexterity in new product development: the role of middle managers' dynamic managerial capabilities, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 60 (7), pp. 1786-1818.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

The potency of shortcuts in decision-making

Kruse, S., Bendig, D., Brettel, M. (2023), The potency of shortcuts in decision-making: a growing body of research suggests that CEOs who use heuristics can make more effective decisions than those who take a more comprehensive approach, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 65 (1), pp. 17-19.

Finance and Accounting Group

Keller, T., Glaum, M., Bausch, A., Bunz, T. (2023), The “CEO in context” technique revisited: a replication and extension of Hambrick and Quigley (2014), Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 44 (4), pp. 1111-1138.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Breaking with the past to face the future? Organisational path dependence in family businesses, Organization Studies, Vol. 44 (5), pp. 713–737.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Tao-Schuchardt, M., Riar, F. J., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Family firm value in the acquisition context: a signaling theory perspective, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 47 (4), pp. 1200–1232.

Marketing and Sales Group

Weiler, M., Stolz, S., Lanz, A., Schlereth, C., Hinz, O. (2022), Social capital accumulation through social media networks: evidence from a randomized field experiment and individual-level panel data, MIS Quarterly, Vol. 46 (2), pp. 771-812.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2022), Pork barrel or barrel of gold? examining the performance implications of earmarking in public R&D grants, Research Policy, Vol. 51 (7), 104514.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reck, F. S., Fischer, D., Brettel, M. (2022), Ethical decision-making in family firms: the role of employee identification, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 180 (2), pp. 651–673.

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