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部分期刊内容共享 (2015年10月-12月)

Top Journal Table of Contents (October-December, 2015)

NO. Article Title Journal Year/Month Volume Author
1 Status and Corporate Illegality: Illegal Loan Recovery Practices of Commercial Banks in India AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Rekha Krishnan and Rajiv Krishnan Kozhikode
2 Folding Under Pressure or Rising to the Occasion? Perceived Time Pressure and the Moderating Role of Team Temporal Leadership AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Likoebe M. Maruping, Viswanath Venkatesh, Sherry M. B. Thatcher, and Pankaj C. Patel
3 Exposed: Venture Capital, Competitor Ties, and Entrepreneurial Innovation AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Emily Cox Pahnke, Rory McDonald, Dan Wang, and Benjamin Hallen
4 All Aspirations are not Created Equal: The Differential Effects of Historical and Social Aspirations on Acquisition Behavior AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Ji-Yub (Jay) Kim, Sydney Finkelstein, and Jerayr (John) Haleblian
5 Passing Probation: Earnings Management by Interim CEOs and Its Effect on Their Promotion Prospects AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Guoli Chen, Shuqing Luo, Yi Tang, and Jamie Y. Tong
6 “You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Sleepy”: Leaders’ Sleep, Daily Abusive Supervision, and Work Unit Engagement AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Christopher M. Barnes, Lorenzo Lucianetti, Devasheesh P. Bhave, and Michael S. Christian
7 Knowledge Inheritance in Global Industries: The Impact of Parent Firm Knowledge on the Performance of Foreign Subsidiaries AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Heather Berry
8 Leadership Over-Emergence in Self-Managing Teams: The Role of Gender and Countervailing Biases AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Klodiana Lanaj and John R. Hollenbeck
9 Cracking but not Breaking: Joint Effects of Faultline Strength and Diversity Climate on Loyal Behavior AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Yunhyung Chung, Hui Liao, Susan E. Jackson, Mahesh Subramony, Saba Colakoglu, and Yuan Jiang
10 When Can Women Close the Gap? A Meta-Analytic Test of Sex Differences in Performance and Rewards AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Aparna Joshi, Jooyeon Son, and Hyuntak Roh
11 Women on Boards and Firm Financial Performance: A Meta-Analysis AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Corinne Post and Kris Byron
12 Gender Diversity and Securities Fraud AMJ 2015-October 58(5) Douglas Cumming, T. Y. Leung, and Oliver Rui
1 Reflections on the 2013 Decade Award—“Exploitation, Exploration, and Process Management: The Productivity Dilemma Revisited” Ten Years Later AMR 2015-October 40(4) Mary J. Benner and Michael L. Tushman
2 Event System Theory: An Event-Oriented Approach to the Organizational Sciences AMR 2015-October 40(4) Frederick P. Morgeson, Terence R. Mitchell, and Dong Liu
3 Out of the Box? How Managing a Subordinate’s Multiple Identities Affects the Quality of a Manager-Subordinate Relationship AMR 2015-October 40(4) Stephanie J. Creary, Brianna Barker Caza, and Laura Morgan Roberts
4 “Did You Notice That?” Theorizing Differences in the Capacity to Apprehend Institutional Contradictions AMR 2015-October 40(4) Maxim Voronov and Lyle Yorks
5 Lying for Who We Are: An Identity-Based Model of Workplace Dishonesty AMR 2015-October 40(4) Keith Leavitt and David M. Sluss
6 Boundary-Spanning Employees and Relationships with External Stakeholders: A Social Identity Approach AMR 2015-October 40(4) Daniel Korschun
7 Effectuation As Ineffectual? Applying the 3E Theory-Assessment Framework to a Proposed New Theory of Entrepreneurship AMR 2015-October 40(4) Richard J. Arend, Hessamoddin Sarooghi, and Andrew Burkemper
1 Mobilizing a Market: Ethnic Segmentation and Investor Recruitment into the Nairobi Securities Exchange ASQ 2015-December 60(4) Christopher B. Yenkey
2 Who Takes You to the Dance? How Partners’ Institutional Logics Influence Innovation in Young Firms ASQ 2015-December 60(4) Emily Cox Pahnke, Riitta Katila, and Kathleen M. Eisenhardt
3 Managing the Unknowable: The Effectiveness of Early-stage Investor Gut Feel in Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions ASQ 2015-December 60(4) Laura Huang and Jone L. Pearce
4 Business as Plan B: Institutional Foundations of Gender Inequality in Entrepreneurship across 24 Industrialized Countries ASQ 2015-December 60(4) Sarah Thébaud
5 The Role of Intergovernmental Organizations in Cross-border Knowledge Transfer and Innovation ASQ 2015-December 60(4) Srividya Jandhyala and Anupama Phene
1 Social media: A contextual framework to guide research and practice JAP 2015-November 100(6) McFarland, Lynn A.; Ployhart, Robert E.
2 What happens before? A field experiment exploring how pay and representation differentially shape bias on the pathway into organizations JAP 2015-November 100(6) Milkman, Katherine L.; Akinola, Modupe; Chugh, Dolly
3 Explaining the black–white gap in cognitive test scores: Toward a theory of adverse impact JAP 2015-November 100(6) Cottrell, Jonathan M.; Newman, Daniel A.; Roisman, Glenn I
4 Till stress do us part: On the interplay between perceived stress and communication network dynamics JAP 2015-November 100(6) Kalish, Yuval; Luria, Gil; Toker, Sharon; Westman, Mina
5 Mental skills training with basic combat training soldiers: A group-randomized trial JAP 2015-November 100(6) Adler, Amy B.; Bliese, Paul D.; Pickering, Michael A.; Hammermeister, Jon; Williams, Jason; Harada, Coreen; Csoka, Louis; Holliday, Bernie; Ohlson, Carl
6 Who gets credit for input? Demographic and structural status cues in voice recognition JAP 2015-November 100(6) Howell, Taeya M.; Harrison, David A.; Burris, Ethan R.; Detert, James R
7 Protecting the turf: The effect of territorial marking on others’ creativity JAP 2015-November 100(6) Brown, Graham; Baer, Markus
8 Understanding cycles of abuse: A multimotive approach JAP 2015-November 100(6) Simon, Lauren S.; Hurst, Charlice; Kelley, Ken; Judge, Timothy A
9 Outperforming whom? A multilevel study of performance-prove goal orientation, performance, and the moderating role of shared team identification JAP 2015-November 100(6) Dietz, Bart; van Knippenberg, Daan; Hirst, Giles; Restubog, Simon Lloyd D
10 Structural interdependence in teams: An integrative framework and meta-analysis JAP 2015-November 100(6) Courtright, Stephen H.; Thurgood, Gary R.; Stewart, Greg L.; Pierotti, Abigail J
11 Weep and get more: When and why sadness expression is effective in negotiations JAP 2015-November 100(6) Sinaceur, Marwan; Kopelman, Shirli; Vasiljevic, Dimitri; Haag, Christophe
12 An item analysis of the Conditional Reasoning Test of Aggression JAP 2015-November 100(6) DeSimone, Justin A.; James, Lawrence R
13 Negative core affect and employee silence: How differences in activation, cognitive rumination, and problem-solving demands matter JAP 2015-November 100(6) Madrid, Hector P.; Patterson, Malcolm G.; Leiva, Pedro I
14 Organizational safety climate and supervisor safety enforcement: Multilevel explorations of the causes of accident underreporting JAP 2015-November 100(6) Probst, Tahira M
15 Line manager implementation perceptions as a mediator of relations between high-performance work practices and employee outcomes JAP 2015-November 100(6) Sikora, David M.; Ferris, Gerald R.; Van Iddekinge, Chad H
1 Revisiting How and When Perceived Organizational Support Enhances Taking Charge: An Inverted U-Shaped Perspective JOM 2015-November 41(7) Meredith F. Burnett, Dan S. Chiaburu, Debra L. Shapiro, and Ning L
2 Short- and Long-Term Performance Feedback and Absorptive Capacity JOM 2015-November 41(7) Chanan Ben-Oz and Henrich R. Greve
3 Supervisory Responsiveness and Employee Self-Perceived Status and Voice Behavior JOM 2015-November 41(7) Onne Janssen and Liping Gao
4 Responses to a Governance Mandate: The Adoption of Governance Committees by NYSE Firms JOM 2015-November 41(7) Carla D. Jones, Mengge Li, and Albert A. Cannella, Jr.
5 Getting Everyone on Board: The Effect of Differentiated Transformational Leadership by CEOs on Top Management Team Effectiveness and Leader-Rated Firm Performance JOM 2015-November 41(7) Xin-an Zhang, Ning Li, Johannes Ullrich, and Rolf van Dick
6 Leading Machiavellians: How to Translate Machiavellians’ Selfishness Into Pro-Organizational Behavior JOM 2015-November 41(7) Frank D. Belschak, Deanne N. Den Hartog, and Karianne Kalshoven
7 CEO Social Capital and Entrepreneurial Orientation of the Firm: Bonding and Bridging Effects JOM 2015-November 41(7) Qing Cao, Zeki Simsek, and Justin J. P. Jansen
Highly Recommend Prior studies demonstrate the role of various facets of CEOs’ individual characteristics in shaping a firm’s entrepreneurial orientation (EO). We complement this line of research by theorizing and testing the impact of CEOs’ social capital on EO. From an original, multisource survey data set of 122 Chinese technology firms, we find that a CEO’s bonding social capital with organizational members from various functional units has an inverted U-shaped relationship with firm EO, while the CEO’s bridging social capital with the firm’s diverse set of external stakeholders has a positive association with EO. In addition, we find that the relationship between CEO bridging social capital and EO becomes stronger as the firm’s environmental instability increases.
8 Willing and Able: Action-State Orientation and the Relation Between Procedural Justice and Employee Cooperation JOM 2015-November 41(7) Marius van Dijke, David De Cremer, Lieven Brebels, and Niels Van Quaquebeke
9 Extraverts Engage in More Interpersonal Citizenship When Motivated to Impression Manage: Getting Along to Get Ahead? JOM 2015-November 41(7) Dan S. Chiaburu, Adam C. Stoverink, Ning Li, and Xin-an Zhang
1 Conceptualizing and measuring culture in international business and management: From challenges to potential solutions JIBS 2015-December 46(9) Caprar, Dan V; Devinney, Timothy M; Kirkman, Bradley L; Caligiuri, Paula
2 Values, schemas, and norms in the culture–behavior nexus: A situated dynamics framework JIBS 2015-December 46(9) Leung, Kwok; Morris, Michael W
3 Mindscapes across landscapes: Archetypes of transnational and subnational culture JIBS 2015-December 46(9) Venaik, Sunil; Midgley, David F
4 The impact of ethno-linguistic fractionalization on cultural measures: Dynamics, endogeneity and modernization JIBS 2015-December 46(9) M Luiz, John
5 Cultural intelligence: A theory-based, short form measure JIBS 2015-December 46(9) Thomas, David C; Liao, Yuan; Aycan, Zeynep; Cerdin, Jean-Luc; Pekerti, Andre A; Ravlin, Elizabeth C; Stahl, Günter K; Lazarova, Mila B; Fock, Henry; Arli, Denni; Moeller, Miriam; Okimoto, Tyler G; van de Vijver, Fons
1 Reframing the Compositional Capability: A Resource-Based View on ‘A Composition-Based View of Firm Growth’ MOR 2015-September 11(3) Volberda, Henk W.; Karali, Emre
2 Extraordinary Survival from Ordinary Resources – How So? MOR 2015-September 11(3)  Burton, Richard M
3 Building Sustainable Organizations in China MOR 2015-September 11(3) Marquis, Chris; Jackson, Susan E.; Li, Yuan
Highly Recommend As China shifts its development model from focusing on economic growth at all costs to a model in which economic growth is balanced with solving pressing societal and environmental problems, there is an increasing need for management research on building sustainable organizations in China. This collection of papers focuses attention on the role of business in promoting sustainable economic development, highlighting a number of key processes including: the factors that foster transparency and CSR reporting, how stakeholders can influence corporations to abandon their CSR commitments, the benefits of environmental branding and labeling, and the antecedents and performance consequences of proactive environmental strategies. In this introductory essay we reflect on recent trends in sustainability research in China, and to encourage this important movement, provide recommendations for future research directions.
4 Context in Management Research in Emerging Economies MOR 2015-September 11(3) Meyer, Klaus E
5 Community Institutions and Initial Diffusion of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in China’s Banking Industry MOR 2015-September 11(3) Sun, Junxiu; Wang, Feng; Wang, Fanghua; Yin, Haitao
Highly Recommend The existing literature does not provide adequate insight into the initial diffusion of new management practices, especially those that yield no immediate economic benefits, and have not yet gained legitimacy. We study how firms’ local institutional environments influence early adoption behavior, examining the spread of corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports in China’s banking industry from 2006 to 2011. We find that banks are more likely to be first movers of CSR reporting if they operate in communities where more companies publish CSR reports or where there are guidelines encouraging CSR reporting, and the impacts of these two institutional factors are further moderated by the length of time that banks have operated in communities. Our study highlights the usefulness of institutional theory in understanding the initial adoption of new management practices, when the organizational field is defined as a geographic community instead of an industry sector and its supply chain.
6 A Composition-Based View of Firm Growth MOR 2015-September 11(3) Luo, Yadong; Child, John
7 The Antecedents and Performance Consequences of Proactive Environmental Strategy: A Meta-analytic Review of National Contingency MOR 2015-September 11(3) Liu, Yi; Guo, Jingzhou; Chi, Nan
8 Stakeholder Influences and Organization Responses: A Case Study of Corporate Social Responsibility Suspension MOR 2015-September 11(3) Liu, Yuhuan; Feng, Tianli; Li, Suichuan
Highly Recommend In this study, we use the context of corporate social responsibility (CSR) suspension and provide a case study from China to show how conditions allowed shareholders to seize power and alter a firm’s mission. We show that managers reacted to a change in shareholder power by changing their priorities to correlate with shareholder influences. Our dynamic model first highlights the importance of precipitating events that allowed shareholders to seize power. In response, managers rebalanced their priorities, paid more attention to the shareholders who demanded higher profits, and suspended ethical and discretionary responsibilities as a result. We further present evidence that CSR suspension subsequently harms relationships between stakeholders and threatens firm survival. We contribute to stakeholder theory by providing a dynamic model for interpreting stakeholder influences and managers’ subsequent responses. We add to corporate social responsibility studies by providing a more nuanced understanding of CSR suspension.
9 Does It Pay to Be Green? Financial Benefits of Environmental Labeling among Chinese Firms, 2000–2005. MOR 2015-June 11(2) Wang, Lihua; Cui, Zhiyu; Liang, Xiaoya
Highly Recommend Drawing on economic, sociological, and strategic perspectives, we use data of a large sample of 936 Chinese manufacturing firms in the period from 2000 to 2005 to examine how environmental labeling may affect a firm’s financial performance. We argue that reducing information asymmetry, increasing legitimacy, and differentiating strategically through environmental labeling may prompt customers to patronize the firm, thereby enhancing firm performance. However, not all firms benefit equally; environmental labeling conveys fewer benefits for larger firms and for firms listed in a stock market, because they are less threatened by information asymmetry or insufficient organizational legitimacy. Our findings suggest that environmental labeling has generally limited influence on financial performance, but for small and unlisted firms, environmental labeling increases sales.
1 Does Corporate Social Responsibility Lead to Superior Financial Performance? A Regression Discontinuity Approach MS 2015-November 61(11) Caroline Flammer
2 Can Noise Create the Size and Value Effects? MS 2015-November 61(11) Robert D. Arnott, Jason C. Hsu, Jun Liu, Harry Markowitz
3 Financing Investment: The Choice Between Bonds and Bank Loans MS 2015-November 61(11) Erwan Morellec, Philip Valta, Alexei Zhdanov
4 Aging and Financial Decision Making MS 2015-November 61(11) Keith Jacks Gamble, Patricia A. Boyle, Lei Yu, David A. Bennett
5 Performance Information, Production Uncertainty, and Subjective Entitlements in Bargaining MS 2015-November 61(11) Emin Karagözoglu, Arno Riedl
6 Legitimacy, Communication, and Leadership in the Turnaround Game MS 2015-November 61(11) Jordi Brandts, David J. Cooper, Roberto A. Weber
7 Expectations as Reference Points: Field Evidence from Professional Soccer MS 2015-November 61(11) Björn Bartling, Leif Brandes, Daniel Schunk
8 On the Effectiveness of Patenting Strategies in Innovation Races MS 2015-November 61(11) Jürgen Mihm, Fabian J. Sting, Tan Wang
9 Evaluating Venture Technical Competence in Venture Capitalist Investment Decisions MS 2015-November 61(11) Rohit Aggarwal, David Kryscynski, Harpreet Singh
10 Standardization and the Effectiveness of Online Advertising MS 2015-November 61(11) Avi Goldfarb, Catherine E. Tucker
11 An Interproduct Competition Model Incorporating Branding Hierarchy and Product Similarities Using Store-Level Data MS 2015-November 61(11) Sudhir Voleti, Praveen K. Kopalle, Pulak Ghosh
12 Service Quality Variability and Termination Behavior MS 2015-November 61(11) S. Sriram, Pradeep K. Chintagunta, Puneet Manchanda
13 Colocation Still Matters: Conformance Quality and the Interdependence of R&D and Manufacturing in the Pharmaceutical Industry MS 2015-November 61(11) John V. Gray, Enno Siemsen, Gurneeta Vasudeva
14 Propagation of Financial Shocks: The Case of Venture Capital MS 2015-November 61(11) Richard R. Townsend
15 Information Sharing in Supply Chains: An Empirical and Theoretical Valuation MS 2015-November 61(11) Ruomeng Cui, Gad Allon, Achal Bassamboo, Jan A. Van Mieghem
1 Can personality traits and daily positive mood buffer the harmful effects of daily negative mood on task performance and service sabotage? A self-control perspective OBHDP 2015-October 131 Nai-Wen Chi, Huo-Tsan Chang, Hsien-Lier Huang
2 Do as I say, not as I’ve done: Suffering for a misdeed reduces the hypocrisy of advising others against it OBHDP 2015-October 131 Daniel A. Effron, Dale T. Miller
3 Too arrogant for their own good? Why and when narcissists dismiss advice OBHDP 2015-October 131 Edgar E. Kausel, Satoris S. Culbertson, Pedro I. Leiva, Jerel E. Slaughter, Alexander T. Jackson
4 Breaking (or making) the silence: How goal interdependence and social skill predict being ostracized OBHDP 2015-October 131 Long-Zeng Wu, D. Lance Ferris, Ho Kwong Kwan, Flora Chiang, Ed Snape, Lindie H. Liang
5 The prospect of a perfect ending: Loss aversion and the round-number bias OBHDP 2015-October 131 P. Fraser-Mackenzie, M. Sung, J.E.V. Johnson
6 Affect as an ordinal system of utility assessment OBHDP 2015-October 131 Michel Tuan Pham, Ali Faraji-Rad, Olivier Toubia, Leonard Lee
7 Is there a place for sympathy in negotiation? Finding strength in weakness OBHDP 2015-October 131 Aiwa Shirako, Gavin J. Kilduff, Laura J. Kray
8 Wide of the mark: Evidence on the underlying causes of overprecision in judgment OBHDP 2015-October 131 Don A. Moore, Ashli B. Carter, Heather H.J. Yang
9 Balancing out feelings of risk by playing it safe: The effect of social networking on subsequent risk judgment OBHDP 2015-October 131 Hakkyun Kim, Kyoungmi Lee, Kiwan Park
10 Ingratiation and popularity as antecedents of justice: A social exchange and social capital perspective OBHDP 2015-October 131 Joel Koopman, Fadel K. Matta, Brent A. Scott, Donald E. Conlon
1 A Model of Collective Interpretation OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Giovanni Gavetti, Massimo Warglien
2 Following Doctors’ Orders: Organizational Change as a Response to Human Capital Bargaining Power OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Jill A. Brown, Peter T. Gianiodis, Michael D. Santoro
3 Not All Fairness Is Created Equal: Fairness Perceptions of Group vs. Individual Decision Makers OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Maryam Kouchaki, Isaac H. Smith, Ekaterina Netchaeva
4 Choosing the Company You Keep: Racial Relational Demography Outside and Inside of Work OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Steffanie L. Wilk, Erin E. Makarius
5 Risky Business: The Decline of Defined Benefit Pensions and Firms’ Shifting of Risk OS 2015-September-October 26(5) J. Adam Cobb
6 Biased Perceptions of Racially Diverse Teams and Their Consequences for Resource Support OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Robert B. Lount Jr., Oliver J. Sheldon, Floor Rink, Katherine W. Phillips
7 Intraorganizational Network Dynamics in Times of Ambiguity OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Sameer B. Srivastava
8 Coming with Baggage: Past Rejections and the Evolution of Market Relationships OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Isabel Fernandez-Mateo, Marko Coh
9 Forgotten Third Parties: Analyzing the Contingent Association Between Unshared Third Parties, Knowledge Overlap, and Knowledge Transfer Relationships with Outsiders OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Ray Reagans, Param Vir Singh, Ramayya Krishnan
10 The Persistence of Lenient Market Categories OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Elizabeth G. Pontikes, William P. Barnett
11 Facts and Figuring: An Experimental Investigation of Network Structure and Performance in Information and Solution Spaces OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Jesse Shore, Ethan Bernstein, David Lazer
12 Reconnection Choices: Selecting the Most Valuable (vs. Most Preferred) Dormant Ties OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Jorge Walter, Daniel Z. Levin, J. Keith Murnighan
13 Oppositional Product Names, Organizational Identities, and Product Appeal OS 2015-September-October 26(5) J. Cameron Verhaal, Olga M. Khessina, Stanislav D. Dobrev
14 International Search Behavior of Business Group Affiliated Firms: Scope of Institutional Changes and Intragroup Heterogeneity OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Sathyajit R. Gubbi, Preet S. Aulakh, Sougata Ray
15 Why Are Firms Rigid? A General Framework and Empirical Tests OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Rui J. P. de Figueiredo Jr., Evan Rawley, Christopher I. Rider
16 Change Escalation Processes and Complex Adaptive Systems: From Incremental Reconfigurations to Discontinuous Restructuring OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Stéphane J. G. Girod, Richard Whittington
17 Alliance Experience and Governance Flexibility OS 2015-September-October 26(5) Jongkuk Lee, Glenn Hoetker, William Qualls
1 Getting beyond relatedness as a driver of corporate value SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Arkadiy V. Sakhartov and Timothy B. Folta
2 The fog of feedback: Ambiguity and firm responses to multiple aspiration levels SMJ 2015-December 36(13) John Joseph and Vibha Gaba
3 Corporate hierarchy and vertical information flow inside the firm—a behavioral view SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Markus Reitzig and Boris Maciejovsky
4 Analogical reasoning for diagnosing strategic issues in dynamic and complex environments SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Kent D. Miller and Shu-Jou Lin
5 Influencing public policymaking: Firm-, industry-, and country-level determinants SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Jeffrey T. Macher and John W. Mayo
6 Small fish, big fish: The performance effects of the relative standing in partners’ affiliate portfolios SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Umit Ozmel and Isin Guler
7 When is dependence on other organizations burdensome? The effect of asymmetric dependence on internet firm failure SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Seung-Hyun Lee, Hee Jin Mun and Kyung Min Park
8 Narcissism, director selection, and risk-taking spending SMJ 2015-December 36(13) David H. Zhu and Guoli Chen
9 Who’s in charge here? Co-CEOs, power gaps, and firm performance SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Ryan Krause, Richard Priem and Leonard Love
10 The impact of prior stock market reactions on risk taking in acquisitions SMJ 2015-December 36(13) M. V. Shyam Kumar, Jaya Dixit and Bill Francis
11 Talented people and strong brands: The contribution of human capital and brand equity to firm value SMJ 2015-December 36(13) Arnd Vomberg, Christian Homburg and Torsten Bornemann
1 Proposing a culture-centered approach to career scholarship: The example of subsistence careers in the US Arctic HR 2015-December 68(12) Rahul Mitra
2 Narrative identity construction in times of career change: Taking note of unconscious desires HR 2015-December 68(12) Patrizia Hoyer and Chris Steyaert
3 Careering through academia: Securing identities or engaging ethical subjectivities? HR 2015-December 68(12) Caroline A Clarke and David Knights
4 The longer your work hours, the worse your relationship? The role of selective optimization with compensation in the associations of working time with relationship satisfaction and self-disclosure in dual-career couples HR 2015-December 68(12) Dana Unger, Sabine Sonnentag, Cornelia Niessen, and Angela Kuonath
5 Shadows and light: Diversity management as phantasmagoria HR 2015-December 68(12) Christina Schwabenland and Frances Tomlinson
AMJ: Academy of Management Journal
AMR:Academy of Management Review
ASQ:Administrative Science Quarterly
JAP:Journal of Applied Psychology
JOM:Journal of Management
JIBS:Journal of International Business Studies
MOR Management and Organization Review
MS:Management Science

OBHDP: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
OS: Organization Science
SMJ:Strategic Management Journal
HR:Human relations