[We’re pleased to welcome authors Charlotte L. Schuster of Technical University of Dresden, Alexander T. Nicolai of the University of Oldenburg, and Jeffrey G. Covin of Indiana University. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Are Founder-Led Firms Less Susceptible to Managerial Myopia?," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Are Founder-Led Firms Less Susceptible to Managerial Myopia?
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Maria Cristina Sestu of the University of Pavia and Antonio Majocchi of the University of Pavia. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Family Firms and the Choice Between Wholly Owned Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures: A Transaction Costs Perspective," which is currently free to read for … Continue reading Family Firms and the Choice Between Wholly Owned Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Amanda J. Williamson of the University of Sheffield, Martina Battisti of the University of Portsmouth, Michael Leatherbee of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and J. Jeffrey Gish of the University of Oregon, Eugene. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Rest, Zest, and My Innovative Best: Sleep and Mood … Continue reading Rest, Zest, and My Innovative Best: Sleep and Mood as Drivers of Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Behavior
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Farzana Chowdhury of University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, David Audretsch of Indiana University, and Maksim Belitski of the University of Reading. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Institutions and Entrepreneurship Quality," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Farzana briefly describes the … Continue reading Reflection on Institutions and Entrepreneurship Quality
[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Marian Thunnissen of Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Dr. Thunnissen recently published an article in Public Personnel Management entitled “Talent Management in Public Sector Organizations: A Study on the Impact of Contextual Factors on the TM Approach in Flemish and Dutch Public Sector Organizations," which is currently free to read … Continue reading Talent Management in the Public Sector: How to Explain Different Approaches?
The September issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is now available and can be read online for free for the next 30 days. This issue offers a range of astute articles on organizational studies as well as insightful book reviews. The lead article entitled "Place and Institutional Work: Creating Housing for the Hard-to-house" was authored by … Continue reading The September Issue of Administrative Science Quarterly is Now Online!
Can institutional theorists constitute a society to better the relationship between organizations and the natural environment? What is the current state of the research on carbon disclosure? How have researchers addressed the tensions inherent in corporate sustainability? These topics and more are explored in Organization and Environment's Special Issue entitled "Review of the Literature on … Continue reading Read Organization and Environment’s Special Issue for Free!
What are the causes and consequences of workplace boredom? Can the schema theory offer fresh insights into how psychological contracts are formed? What is the value of considering variance in the type of creativity found in creative ideas? You can find the answers to these questions and more in Group and Organization Management's 2015 Conceptual … Continue reading Read Group and Organization Management’s Special Conceptual Issue for Free!
Time is running out to read the Special Issue on Bayesian Probability and Statistics in Management Research from Journal of Management for free! How can Bayesian methods overcome limitations of frequentist methods? What is the probability that Bayesian methodologies will one day supersede traditional frequentist methodologies in the organizational science community? Could Bayesian modeling of … Continue reading Don’t Miss Your Chance to Read Journal of Management’s Special Issue for Free!
Pullman, G. Persuasion: History, theory, practice. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett. 2013. 404 pp., plus index. $26.60, paperback. Read the review by Rachel Cochran of the University of Alabama in Huntsville from the OnlineFirst section of International Journal of Business Communication. From the review: George Pullman achieves an outstanding feat. He provides a manual that addresses the … Continue reading Book Review: Persuasion: History, theory, practice