Research Publications & Books

  • H. Li, J. Wu and Y. Zhang. 2012. Bridging different worlds or stuck in the middle? The role of internationalization in product innovation of emerging market firms. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Boston.
  • H. Li, Y. Zhang, Y. Li, L-A Zhou and W-Y Zhang. Forthcoming. Returnees vs. locals: Who perform better in China’s technology entrepreneurship? Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
  • C. Salim, J.D. Arthurs, I. Filatochev and R.E. Hoskisson. 2012. The effects of venture capital syndicate diversity on earnings management and performance of IPOs in the US and UK: An institutional perspective. Journal of Corporate Finance, 18(1):179-192.
  • M. Geletkancyz and W.G. Sanders. Forthcoming. TMT Compensation: Inroads and Opportunities. Corporate Governance: An International Review.
  • D.A. Schuler and K. Rehbein. Forthcoming. Determinants of Access to Legislative and Executive Branch Officials: Business Firms and Trade Policymaking in the U.S. Business and Politics, 13(3): article 4.
  • M. Hadani and D.A. Schuler. Forthcoming. In Search of El Dorado: The Elusive Financial Returns of Corporate Political Investments. Strategic Management Journal.
  • M. Wiersema and Y. Zhang. Forthcoming. Executive turnover in the stock option backdating wave: The impact of social contexts. Strategic Management Journal.
 
  • R.E. Hoskisson, J. Covin, H. Volberda and R.A. Johnson. 2011. Revitalizing entrepreneurship: The search for new research opportunities. Journal of Management Studies, 48(6): 1141-1168.
  • M. Huse, R.E. Hoskisson, A. Zattoni and R. Vigano 2011. New perspectives on board research: Changing the research agenda (separate essay in special issue). Journal of Management and Governance, 15(1): 5-28.
  • R. Vigano, A. Zattoni, R.E. Hoskisson and M. Huse. 2011. New perspectives on board research. Journal of Management and Governance, 15(1): 1-4.
  • W.P. Wan, R.E. Hoskisson, D. Yiu and J. Short. 2011. Resource-based theory and corporate diversification: Accomplishments and opportunities. Journal of Management, 37(5): 1335-1368.
  • R. Chittoor and P. Kale. 2011. Performance Effects of Business Group Affiliation: Role of Institutional Change and Selective Intervention. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • D.A. Schuler and P. Christmann. 2011. The Effectiveness of Market-Based Social Certification Schemes: The Case of Fair Trade Coffee. Business Ethics Quarterly, 21(1): 133–156.
  • D.A. Schuler, T. P. Murtha and S. A. Lenway. 2011. Le Défi Belge: Bringing Politics In. International Studies of Management and Organization, 40(4): 70–82.
  • U. Haley and D.A. Schuler. 2011. Government Policy and Firm Strategy in the Solar Photovoltaic Industry: Implications for Technology and Production. California Management Review, 54(1): 17-39.
  • M. Wiersema and Y. Zhang. 2011. CEO dismissal: The role of investment analysts. Strategic Management Journal, 32(11): 1161-1182.
 
  • B.L. Connelly, R.E. Hoskisson, L. Tihanyi and S.T. Certo. 2010. Ownership as a form of corporate governance. Journal of Management Studies, 47: 1561-1589.
  • H. Kim, H. Kim and R.E. Hoskisson. 2010. Does market-oriented institutional change in an emerging economy make business group-affiliated multinationals perform better? An institution-based view. Journal of International Business Studies, 41: 1141–1160.
  • J.W. Fredrickson, A. Davis-Blake and W.G. Sanders. 2010. Sharing the wealth: Social comparisons and pay dispersion in the CEO’s top team. Strategic Management Journal, 31(10): 1031-1053.
  • D.A. Schuler, M. Chappell and S. Baggett. 2010. A Unique Pedagogical Approach to Voting and Public Goods. PS: Political Science and Politics, 43(4): 779–783.
  • D. Windsor. 2010. The Role of Dynamics in Stakeholder Thinking. Journal of Business Ethics, 96: 79-87.
  • Y. Zhang and H. Li. 2010. Innovation search of new ventures in a technology cluster: The role of ties with service intermediaries. Strategic Management Journal, 31(1): 88-109.
  • Y. Zhang, H. Li, Y. Li and L-A Zhou. 2010. FDI spillovers in an emerging market: The role of foreign firms’ country origin diversity and domestic firms’ absorptive capacity, Strategic Management Journal, 31(9): 969-989.
  • Y. Zhang and N. Rajagopalan. 2010. Once an outsider, Always an outsider? CEO origin, strategic change and firm performance, Strategic Management Journal, 31(3): 334-346.
 
  • J.D. Arthurs, L.W. Busenitz, R.E. Hoskisson and R.A. Johnson. 2009. Firm-specific human capital and governance in IPO firms: Addressing agency and resource dependence concerns. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 33(4): 845-865.
  • J.D. Arthurs, L.W. Busenitz, R.E. Hoskisson and R.A. Johnson. 2009. Signaling and initial public offerings: The use and impact of the lockup period. Journal of Business Venturing, 24: 360–372.
  • L. Tihanyi, R.E. Hoskisson, R.A. Johnson and W.P. Wan 2009. Technological competence and international diversification: The role of managerial incentives. Management International Review, 49: 409–431.
  • R.E. Hoskisson, M.W. Castleton and M.C. Withers, M.C. 2009. “Complementarity in monitoring and bonding: More intense monitoring leads to higher executive compensation.” Academy of Management Perspectives, 23(2): 57-74.
  • P. Kale. 2009. The Global Indian Firm: Growth and Value Creation through Overseas Acquisitions. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 45(1): 41-53.
  • P. Kale and H. Singh. 2009. Don’t Integrate Your Acquisitions, Partner with Them. Harvard Business Review, 87(12): 109-115.
  • P. Kale and H. Singh. 2009. Managing Strategic Alliances: What do we know now and where do we go from here? Academy of Management Perspectives, 23(3): 45-62.
  • M. Schreiner, P. Kale and D. Corsten. 2009. “What really is Alliance Management Capability and how does it impact Alliance Outcomes and Success?” Strategic Management Journal, 30(13): 1395-1419.
  • H. Li and J. Li. 2009. Top Management team conflict and entrepreneurial strategy making in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26(2): 263-283.
  • H. Li, Y. Zhang, L-A Zhou and WY Zhang. 2009. Performance differentials between returnee and home-grown entrepreneurs in China’s high technology industries. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Chicago.
  • D. Windsor. 2009. The Value Creation Proposition Suggests Two Requirements for Assessing Alternative Theories of Capitalism. Philosophy of Management, 8(3): 65-74
  • D. Windsor. 2009. Tightening Corporate Governance. Journal of International Management, 15(3): 306-316.
  • Y. Zhang and M. Wiersema. 2009. Stock market reaction to CEO certification: The signaling role of CEO backgrounds. Strategic Management Journal, 31(1): 88-109.
 
  • J.P. Arthur, R.E. Hoskisson, L.W. Busenitz and R.A. Johnson. 2008. “Managerial agents watching other agents: Multiple agency conflicts regarding underpricing in IPO firms.” Academy of Management Journal, 51: 277-294.
  • W.P. Wan, D. Yiu, R.E. Hoskisson and H. Kim. 2008. “The performance implications of relationship banking during macroeconomic expansion and contraction: A study of Japanese banks’ social relationships and overseas expansion.” Journal of International Business Studies, 39: 406-247.
  • M.H. Hansen, R.E. Hoskisson and J.B. Barney. 2008. “Competitive advantage in alliance governance: Resolving the opportunism minimization-gain maximization paradox.” Managerial and Decision Economics, 29: 191-208.
  • R.E. White, R.E. Hoskisson, D. Yiu and G. Bruton, G. 2008. “Employment and market innovation in Chinese business group-affiliated firms: The role of group control systems.” Management and Organization Review, 4: 225-256.
  • Balaji R. Koka and John E. Prescott. 2008. “Designing alliance networks: The interacting effects of environmental change and firm strategy on alliance performance.” Strategic Management Journal, 29(6): 639-661.
  • Jeff Dyer, Prashant Kale and H. Singh. 2008. “Splitting the Pie: Rent Distribution in Alliances and Networks.” Managerial and Decision Economics, 29.
  • D.A. Schuler 2008. Peering in from Corporate Political Activity. Journal of Management Inquiry. 17: 162–167.
  • Yan Zhang. 2008. “Information asymmetry and the dismissal of newly appointed CEOs: An empirical investigation.” Strategic Management Journal, 29: 859-872.
  • N. Rajagopalan and Yan Zhang. 2008. “Corporate governance reforms in China and India: Challenges and opportunities.” Business Horizon, 51: 55-64.
  • M. Wiersema and Y. Zhang. 2008. CEO dismissal: The role of investment analysts as an external control mechanism, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Anaheim, CA. Winner: Distinguished Paper Award of the BPS division of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
 
  • D. Yiu, Y. Lu, G. Bruton and R.E. Hoskisson. 2007. “Business groups: An integrated model to focus future research.” Journal of Management Studies, 44: 1551-1578.
  • Prashant Kale and Harbir Singh. 2007. “Building Firm Capabilities through Learning: The Role of the Alliance Learning Process in Alliance Capability and Firm-Level Alliances Success.’ Strategic Management Journal, Oct. 2007.
  • Haiyang Li, J. Bingham and E. Umphress. 2007. “Fairness from the top: Perceived procedural justice and collaborative problem solving in new product development.” Organization Science, 18(2): 200-216.
  • Haiyang Li and Yan Zhang. 2007. “The role of managers’ political networking and functional experience in new venture performance: Evidence from China’s transition economy.” Strategic Management Journal, 28: 791-804.
  • W.G. Sanders and D.C. Hambrick. 2007. “Swinging for the fences: The effects of CEO stock options on company risk-taking and performance.” Academy of Management Journal, 50: 1055-1078.
  • W.G. Sanders and A.C. Tuschke. 2007. “The adoption of institutionally contested organizational practices: The emergence of stock option pay in Germany.” Academy of Management Journal, 50: 33-56.
  • D. Windsor. 2007. Toward a Global Theory of Cross-Border and Multilevel Corporate Political Activity. Business and Society, 46(2): 253-278.
  • Yan Zhang, Haiyang Li, Michael Hitt and Geng Cui. 2007. “RandD Intensity and performance of international joint ventures in an emerging market: Moderating effects of market focus and ownership structure.” Journal of International Business Studies, 38(6), 944-960.
 
  • Prashant Kale and Jaideep Anand. 2006. “The Decline of Emerging Economy Joint Ventures: The Case of India.” California Management Review, Spring 2006.
  • Kriauciunas Aldas and Prashant Kale. 2006. “The Impact of Socialist Imprinting and Search on Resource Change: A Study of Firms in Lithuania.” Strategic Management Journal. July 2006
  • Balaji R. Koka, Ravindranath Madhavan and John E. Prescott. 2006. “The evolution of interfirm networks: Environmental effects on patterns of network change.” Academy of Management Review, 31 (3): 721-737.
  • Peter Lane, Balaji R. Koka and Seemantini Pathak. 2006. “The reification of absorptive capacitive: A critical review and rejuvenation of the construct.” Academy of Management Review, 31(4): 833-863.
  • K. Atuahene-Gima and H. Li. 2006. The effects of formal controls on supervisee trust in the manager in new product selling: Evidence from young and inexperienced salespeople in China. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 23: 342-358.
  • K. Atuahene-Gima, H. Li and L.M. De Luca. 2006. The contingent value of marketing strategy innovativeness for product development performance in Chinese new technology ventures. Industrial Marketing Management, 35: 359-372.
  • D.A. Schuler and M.A. Cording. 2006. A Corporate Social Performance-Corporate Financial Performance Behavioral Model for Consumers. Academy of Management Review, 31: 540–558.
  • D. Windsor. 2006. Corporate Social Responsibility: Three Key Approaches. Journal of Management Studies, 43: 93-114.
 
  • R.E. Hoskisson, R.A. Johnson, L. Tihanyi and R.E. White. 2005. “Diversified business groups and corporate refocusing in emerging economies.” Journal of Management, 31: 941-965.
  • M. Wright, I. Filatotchev, R.E. Hoskisson and M.W. Peng. 2005. “Strategy research in emerging economies: Challenging the conventional wisdom.” Journal of Management Studies, 42: 1-30.
  • J. Gimeno, R.E. Hoskisson, B.D. Beal and W.P. Wan. 2005. “Explaining the clustering of international expansion moves: A critical test in the U.S. telecommunications industry.” Academy of Management Journal, 48: 297-319.
  • Sendil Ethiraj, Prashant Kale, M.S. Krishnan and J.Singh. 2005. “Where do capabilities come from and how do they matter? A Study in the Software Services Industry.” Strategic Management Journal, January.
  • Manus Rungtasanatham, Cipriano Forza, Balaji R. Koka, Fabrizio Salvador and Winter Nie. 2005. “TQM across Multiple Countries: Convergence Hypothesis versus National Specificity Arguments.” Journal of Operations Management, 23(1): 43-63.
  • M. Hitt, H. Li and W. Willington. 2005. Emerging markets as learning laboratories: Learning behaviours of local firms and foreign entrants in different institutional contexts. Management and Organization Review, 1(3): 353-380.
  • H. Li, Y. Zhang and T.S. Chan. 2005. Entrepreneurial strategy making and performance in China’s new technology ventures — The contingency effect of environments and firm competences. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 16(1): 37-57.
  • Y. Zhang. 2005. A Selection that Cannot Stand the Test: Succession Contexts and New CEO Dismissal, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.