5-Year Project: 2014/In Press Review

Here I am at last: 2014 (and In Press). There were 588 articles total. YIKES! And yes. They all ran together near the end.

I will have more thoughts later. When I get to think about the 5 years as a whole.

  1. Almandoz, J. 2014. Founding Teams as Carriers of Competing Logics When Institutional Forces Predict Banks’ Risk Exposure. Administrative Science Quarterly.
  2. Beck, T. E., & Plowman, D. A. 2013. Temporary, Emergent Interorganizational Collaboration in Unexpected Circumstances: A Study of the Columbia Space Shuttle Response Effort. Organization Science.
  3. Besharov, M., & Smith, W. 2014. Multiple institutional logics in organizations: Explaining their varied nature and implications. Academy of Management Review. http://amr.aom.org/content/39/3/364.short, November 5, 2014.
  4. Bettis, R., Gambardella, A., Helfat, C., & Mitchell, W. 2014. Quantitative empirical analysis in strategic management. Strategic Management Journal.
  5. Bromiley, P., & Rau, D. 2014. Towards a practice‐based view of strategy. Strategic Management Journal.
  6. Cook, A., & Glass, C. 2013. Above the glass ceiling: When are women and racial/ethnic minorities promoted to CEO? Strategic Management Journal.
  7. Crossland, C., Zyung, J., Hiller, N., & Hambrick, D. 2013. CEO Career Variety: Effects on Firm-level Strategic and Social Novelty. Academy of Management Journal, amj–2012.
  8. Dailey, S., & Browning, L. 2013. Retelling Stories in Organizations: Understanding the Functions of Narrative Repetition. Academy of Management Review, amr–2011.
  9. Davis, G. F. 2014. Editorial Essay: Why Do We Still Have Journals? Administrative Science Quarterly, 59(2): 193–201.
  10. Dye, K. C., Eggers, J. P., & Shapira, Z. 2014. Trade-offs in a Tempest: Stakeholder Influence on Hurricane Evacuation Decisions. Organization Science.
  11. Garud, R., Schildt, H. A., & Lant, T. K. 2014. Entrepreneurial Storytelling, Future Expectations, and the Paradox of Legitimacy. Organization Science.
  12. Hahn, T., Preuss, L., Pinkse, J., & Figge, F. 2014. Cognitive Frames in Corporate Sustainability: Managerial Sensemaking with Paradoxical and Business Case Frames. Academy of Management Review, amr–2012.
  13. Hambrick, D. C., & Quigley, T. J. 2014. Toward more accurate contextualization of the CEO effect on firm performance. Strategic Management Journal, 35(4): 473–491.
  14. Henfridsson, O., & Yoo, Y. 2013. The liminality of trajectory shifts in institutional entrepreneurship. Organization Science, 25(3): 932–950.
  15. Herrmann, P., & Nadkarni, S. 2013. Managing strategic change: the duality of CEO personality. Strategic Management Journal.
  16. Kogut, B., Colomer, J., & Belinky, M. 2014. Structural equality at the top of the corporation: Mandated quotas for women directors. Strategic Management Journal, 35(6): 891–902.
  17. Kroeger, A., & Weber, C. 2014. Developing a Conceptual Framework for Comparing Social Value Creation. Academy of Management Review, amr–2012.
  18. Laureiro-Martinez, D. 2014. Cognitive Control Capabilities, Routinization Propensity, and Decision-Making Performance. Organization Science.
  19. Lewis, B. W., Walls, J. L., & Dowell, G. W. S. 2014. Difference in degrees: CEO characteristics and firm environmental disclosure. Strategic Management Journal, 35(5): 712–722.
  20. Luo, X., Kanuri, V. K., & Andrews, M. 2014. How does CEO tenure matter? The mediating role of firm‐employee and firm‐customer relationships. Strategic Management Journal, 35(4): 492–511.
  21. Menz, M., & Scheef, C. 2014. Chief strategy officers: Contingency analysis of their presence in top management teams. Strategic Management Journal, 35(3): 461–471.
  22. Ou, A. Y., Tsui, A. S., Kinicki, A. J., Waldman, D. A., Xiao, Z., & Song, L. J. 2014. Humble Chief Executive Officers’ Connections to Top Management Team Integration and Middle Managers’ Responses. Administrative Science Quarterly.
  23. Pathak, S., Hoskisson, R. E., & Johnson, R. A. 2013. Settling up in CEO compensation: The impact of divestiture intensity and contextual factors in refocusing firms. Strategic Management Journal.
  24. Puranam, P., Alexy, O., & Reitzig, M. 2013. What’s“ New” about New Forms of Organizing? Academy of Management Review, amr–2011.
  25. Rowlinson, M., Hassard, J., & Decker, S. 2013. Strategies for organizational history: A dialogue between historical theory and organization theory. Academy of Management Review, amr–2012.
  26. Seidel, V. P., & O’Mahony, S. 2014. Managing the Repertoire: Stories, Metaphors, Prototypes, and Concept Coherence in Product Innovation. Organization Science, 25(3): 691–712.
  27. Semadeni, M., Withers, M. C., & Trevis Certo, S. 2014. The perils of endogeneity and instrumental variables in strategy research: Understanding through simulations. Strategic Management Journal, 35(7): 1070–1079.
  28. Stam, D., Lord, R. G., van Knippenberg, D., & Wisse, B. 2014. An Image of Who We Might Become: Vision Communication, Possible Selves, and Vision Pursuit. Organization Science.
  29. Suddaby, R. 2014. Editor’s Comments: Why Theory? Academy of Management Review, 39(4): 407–411.
  30. Sundaramurthy, C., Pukthuanthong, K., & Kor, Y. 2014. Positive and negative synergies between the CEO’s and the corporate board’s human and social capital: A study of biotechnology firms. Strategic Management Journal, 35(6): 845–868.
  31. Bettis, R. A., Gambardella, A., Helfat, C., & Mitchell, W. 2014. Qualitative empirical research in strategic management. Strategic Management Journal.
  32. Bingham, C. B., & Eisenhardt, K. M. 2014. Heuristics in strategy and organizations: Response to Vuori and Vuori. Strategic Management Journal.
  33. Carton, A. M., Murphy, C., & Clark, J. R. 2014. A (blurry) vision of the future: How leader rhetoric about ultimate goals influences performance. Academy of Management Journal, 57(6): 1544–1570.
  34. Chadwick, C., Super, J. F., & Kwon, K. 2014. Resource orchestration in practice: CEO emphasis on SHRM, commitment‐based HR systems, and firm performance. Strategic Management Journal.
  35. Datta, S., & Iskandar‐Datta, M. 2014. Upper‐echelon executive human capital and compensation: Generalist vs specialist skills. Strategic Management Journal.
  36. Ioannou, I., & Serafeim, G. 2014. The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Investment Recommendations: Analysts’ Perceptions and Shifting Institutional Logics. Strategic Management Journal.
  37. Maitland, E., & Sammartino, A. 2014. Decision‐making and uncertainty: The role of heuristics and experience in assessing a politically hazardous environment. Strategic Management Journal.
  38. Miller, D., Xu, X., & Mehrotra, V. 2014. When is human capital a valuable resource? The performance effects of Ivy League selection among celebrated CEOs. Strategic Management Journal.
  39. Nadkarni, S., & Chen, J. 2014. Bridging yesterday, today, and tomorrow: CEO temporal focus, environmental dynamism, and rate of new product introduction. Academy of Management Journal, amj–2011.
  40. Ndofor, H. A., Sirmon, D. G., & He, X. 2014. Utilizing the firm’s resources: How TMT heterogeneity and resulting faultlines affect TMT tasks. Strategic Management Journal.
  41. Ocasio, W., Jeffrey, L., & Nigam, A. 2014. How Streams of Communication Reproduce and Change Institutional Logics: The Role of Categories. Academy of Management Review, amr–2013.
  42. Patel, P., & Cooper, D. 2014. Structural power equality between family and non-family TMT members and the performance of family firms. Academy of Management Journal, amj–2012.
  43. Powell, E., & Baker, T. 2014. It’s what you make of it: Founder identity and enacting strategic responses to adversity. Academy of Management Journal, amj–2012.
  44. Quigley, T. J., & Hambrick, D. C. 2014. Has the “CEO effect” increased in recent decades? A new explanation for the great rise in America’s attention to corporate leaders. Strategic Management Journal.
  45. Smith, W. 2014. Dynamic Decision Making: A Model of Senior Leaders Managing Strategic Paradoxes. Academy of Management Journal, amj–2011.
  46. Vuori, N., & Vuori, T. 2014. Heuristics in the strategy context—commentary on Bingham and Eisenhardt (2011). Strategic Management Journal.
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