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Management Group

Burchard, C., Proelss, J., Schäffer, U., Schweizer, D. (2021), Bad news for announcers, good news for rivals - are rivals fully seizing transition-period opportunities following announcers' top management turnovers?, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 42 (3), pp. 579-607.

Marketing and Sales Group

Keller, K., Schlereth, C., Hinz, O. (2021), Sample-based longitudinal discrete choice experiments: preferences of electric vehicles over time, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Vol. 49 (3), pp. 482–500.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Elhorst, P., Faems, D. (2021), Evaluating proposals in innovation contests: exploring negative scoring spillovers in the absence of a strict evaluation sequence, Research Policy, Vol. 50 (4), 104198.

Management Group

Burmeister, A., Gerpott, F., Hirschi, A., Scheibe, S., Pak, K., Kooij, D. (2021), Reaching the heart or the mind? Test of two theory-based training programs to improve interactions between age-diverse coworkers, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 203-232.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ammann, M., Schaub, N. (2021), Do individual investors trade on investment-related internet postings?, Management Science, Vol. 67 (9), pp. 5679-5702.

Marketing and Sales Group

Herzog, W., Hattula, J., Dahl, D. (2021), Marketers project their personal preferences onto consumers: overcoming the threat of egocentric decision making, Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. 58 (3), pp. 456-475.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ried, L., Eckerd, S., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2021), Spillover effects of information leakages in buyer-supplier-supplier triads, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 67 (3), pp. 280-306.

Supply Chain Management Group

Eckerd, S., Duhadway, S., Bendoly, E., Carter, C., Kaufmann, L. (2021), On making experimental design choices: discussions on the use and challenges of demand effects, incentives, deception, samples, and vignettes, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 67 (2), pp. 261-275.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Faems, D., Bos, B., Noseleit, F., Leten, B. (2020), Multistep knowledge transfer in MNC networks: when do subsidiaries benefit from unconnected sister alliances?, Journal of Management, Vol. 46 (3), pp. 414-442.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Brattström, A., Faems, D. (2020), Inter-organizational relationships as political battlefields: how fragmentation within organizations shapes relational dynamics between organizations, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 63 (5), pp. 1591–1620.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2020), Ties that matter: the impact of alliance partner knowledge recombination novelty on knowledge utilization in R&D alliances, Research Policy, Vol. 49 (7), 104011.

Management Group

Löhlein, L., Müßig, A. (2020), At the boundaries of institutional theorizing: individual entrepreneurship in episodes of regulatory change, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol. 83, 101102.

Management Group

Hengst, I.-A., Jarzabkowski, P., Högl, M., Müthel, M. (2020), Toward a process theory of making sustainability strategies legitimate in action, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 63 (1).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Boone, C., Ozcan, S. (2020), Oppositional logics and the antecedents of hybridization: a country-level study of the diffusion of Islamic banking windows, 1975-2017, Organization Science, Vol. 31 (4), pp. 990-1011.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2019), Dusting off the knowledge shelves: recombinant lag and the technological value of inventions, Journal of Management, Vol. 45 (7), pp. 2807-2836.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Voelpel, S., Van Vugt, M. (2019), It's not just what is said but when it's said: a temporal account of verbal behaviours and emergent leadership in self-managed teams, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 62 (3), pp. 717-738.

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