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部分期刊内容共享 (2015年11月-2016年1月)


Article Title Journal Year/Month Volume Author
1 You Don’t Forget Your Roots: The Influence of CEO Social Class Background on Strategic Risk Taking AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Jennifer J. Kish-Gephart and Joanna Tochman Campbell
2 Uneasy Lies the Head that Bears the Trust: The Effects of Feeling Trusted on Emotional Exhaustion AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Michael D. Baer, Rashpal K. Dhensa-Kahlon, Jason A. Colquitt, Jessica B. Rodell, Ryan Outlaw, and David M. Long
3 Harnessing Productive Tensions in Hybrid Organizations: The Case of Work Integration Social Enterprises AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Julie Battilana, Metin Sengul, Anne-Claire Pache, and Jacob Model
4 Does Seeing “Eye To Eye” Affect Work Engagement and Organizational Citizenship Behavior? A Role Theory Perspective on LMX Agreement AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Fadel K. Matta, Brent A. Scott, Joel Koopman, and Donald E. Conlon
5 Entrepreneurship in Regulated Markets: Framing Contests and Collective Action to Introduce Pay TV in the U.S. AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Kerem Gurses and Pinar Ozcan
6 Paying the Price? The Impact of Controversial Governance Practices on Managerial Reputation AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Michael K. Bednar, E. Geoffrey Love, and Matthew Kraatz
7 Inherently Relational: Interactions between Peers’ and Individuals’ Personalities Impact Reward Giving and Appraisal of Individual Performance AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Amir Erez, Pauline Schilpzand, Keith Leavitt, Andrew H. Woolum, and Timothy A. Judge
8 Dealing with Failure: Serial Entrepreneurs and the Costs of Changing Industries Between Ventures AMJ 2015-December 58(6) J. P. Eggers and Lin Song
9 Emotional Labor Dynamics: A Momentary Approach AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Allison S. Gabriel and James M. Diefendorff
10 Isolating Trust Outcomes from Exchange Relationships: Social Exchange and Learning Benefits of Prior Ties in Alliances AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Constantinos S. Lioukas and Jeffrey J. Reuer
11 What Drives Trickle-Down Effects? A Test of Multiple Mediation Processes AMJ 2015-December 58(6) David X. H. Wo, Maureen L. Ambrose, and Marshall Schminke
12 Strategic Responses to FDI in Emerging Markets: Are Core Members More Responsive than Peripheral Members of Business Groups? AMJ 2015-December 58(6) Meghana Ayyagari, Luis Alfonso Dau, and Jennifer Spencer
1 Interactive Self-Regulatory Theory for Sharing and Protecting in Interorganizational Collaborations AMR 2016-January 41(1) Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa and Ann Majchrzak
2 “I Identify with Her,” “I Identify with Him”: Unpacking the Dynamics of Personal Identification in Organizations AMR 2016-January 41(1) Blake E. Ashforth, Beth S. Schinoff, and Kristie M. Rogers
3 Moving Opportunism to the Back Seat: Bounded Rationality, Costly Conflict, and Hierarchical Forms AMR 2016-January 41(1) Nicolai J. Foss and Libby Weber
4 Organizing Risk: Discourse, Power, and “Riskification” AMR 2016-January 41(1) Cynthia Hardy and Steve Maguire
5 The Right People in the Wrong Places: The Paradox of Entrepreneurial Entry and Successful Opportunity Realization AMR 2016-January 41(1) Chad Navis and O. Volkan Ozbek
6 A Rhetorical Model of Institutional Decision Making: The Role of Rhetoric in the Formation and Change of Legitimacy Judgments AMR 2016-January 41(1) Rolf L. Hoefer and Sandy E. Green Jr.
7 CEO Severance Agreements: A Theoretical Examination and Research Agenda AMR 2016-January 41(1) Amanda P. Cowen, Adelaide Wilcox King, and Jeremy J. Marcel
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 The Use of Public Language in Strategy: A Multidisciplinary Review and Research Agenda JOM 2016-January 42(1) He Gao, Tieying Yu, and Albert A. Cannella, Jr.
2 Employee Volunteering: A Review and Framework for Future Research JOM 2016-January 42(1) Jessica B. Rodell, Heiko Breitsohl, Melanie Schröder, and David J. Keating
3 Employee Mobility and Organizational Outcomes: An Integrative Conceptual Framework and Research Agenda JOM 2016-January 42(1) John K. Mawdsley and Deepak Somaya
4 Contemplating Mindfulness at Work: An Integrative Review JOM 2016-January 42(1) Darren J. Good, Christopher J. Lyddy, Theresa M. Glomb, Joyce E. Bono, Kirk Warren Brown, Michelle K. Duffy, Ruth A. Baer, Judson A. Brewer, and Sara W. Lazar
5 A Review of the Nonmarket Strategy Literature: Toward a Multi-Theoretical Integration JOM 2016-January 42(1) Kamel Mellahi, Jedrzej George Frynas, Pei Sun, and Donald Siegel
6 Social, Behavioral, and Cognitive Influences on Upper Echelons During Strategy Process: A Literature Review JOM 2016-January 42(1) Philip Bromiley and Devaki Rau
7 The Structure of Counterproductive Work Behavior: A Review, a Structural Meta-Analysis, and a Primary Study JOM 2016-January 42(1) Bernd Marcus, O. Anita Taylor, Stephanie E. Hastings, Alexandra Sturm, and Oliver Weigelt
Toward a Configurational Perspective on the CEO: A Review and Synthesis of the Management Literature JOM 2016-January 42(1) John R. Busenbark, Ryan Krause, Steven Boivie, and Scott D. Graffin
8 Social Media in Employee-Selection-Related Decisions: A Research Agenda for Uncharted Territory JOM 2016-January 42(1) Philip L. Roth, Philip Bobko, Chad H. Van Iddekinge, and Jason B. Thatcher
9 Comparative International Entrepreneurship: A Review and Research Agenda JOM 2016-January 42(1) Siri Terjesen, Jolanda Hessels, and Dan Li
1 Theoretical foundations of emerging economy business research JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Meyer, Klaus E; Peng, Mike W
2 Meyer and Peng’s 2005 article as a foundation for an expanded and refined international business research agenda: Context, organizations, and theories JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Kostova, Tatiana; Hult, G Tomas M
3 A culture theory commentary on Meyer and Peng’s theoretical probe into Central and Eastern Europe JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Peterson, Mark F
4 The liability of localness in innovation JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Un, C Annique
5 Uncovering the complex relationships between political risk and MNE firm legitimacy: Insights from Libya JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Sidki Darendeli, Izzet; Hill, T L
6 Building international business theory: A grounded theory approach JIBS 2016-January 47(1) Gligor, David M; Esmark, Carol L; Gölgeci, Ismail
1 Research on Chinese Family Businesses: Perspectives MOR 2015-December 11(4)  Li, Xin Chun; Chen, Ling; Chua, Jess H.; Kirkman, Bradley L.; Rynes-Weller, Sara; Gomez-Mejia, Luis
Highly Recommend This introduction traces the disappearance of Chinese family businesses from 1949 to 1978, their revival since then, and their future challenges. It then summarizes the three papers included in this Special Issue and proposes an agenda for family business studies in China. The article first focuses on the nonmarket social and political network strategies that these family-centered business organizations have had to adopt in order to overcome the difficulties they faced in accessing opportunities and resources as a result of Chinese culture’s traditional low esteem for merchants and the government’s continuing preference for a state-dominated economy. Family firms have so far been able to grow disproportionately rapidly in China’s economy because, by leveraging the shared interests and dedication of immediate and extended family members, they have been able to achieve lower cost and higher efficiency, respond quickly to market changes, and expand social and political networks. These nonmarket strategies, however, also have a dark side. Furthermore, as the liberalization of China’s economy deepens, competition must rely critically on market strategies such as innovation, alliances, and internationalization. The proposed research agenda addresses these future challenges as well as some research questions unique to Chinese family businesses.
2 Governance Structure and Related Party Loan Guarantees: The Case of Chinese Family Business Groups MOR 2015-December 11(4) Chen, Xin; Arnoldi, Jakob; Na, Chaohong
3 Why Do Family-controlled Firms Donate to Charity? The Role of Intrafamily Succession Intention, Social Status, and Religiosity MOR 2015-December 11(4) Li, Weiwen; Au, Kevin Yuk-fai; He, Ai; Song, Lihong
4 Internationalization and Performance of Chinese Family Firms: The Moderating Role of Corporate Governance MOR 2015-December 11(4) Lu, Jane Wenzhen; Liang, Xueji; Shan, Mengmeng; Liang, Xiaoya
Highly Recommend This study investigates the differential effects of internationalization on two dimensions of family firms’ performance: growth and profitability. Drawing on the contingency theory, we argue that the successful implementation of internationalization strategy requires an appropriate organization structure, which is usually absent in Chinese family firms. To the extent that such a structure is established, these firms can realize greater benefits from internationalization. From a sample of 225 family firms in China, our predictions receive empirical support. We find that internationalization has a positive impact on growth but a negative impact on profitability. The negative internationalization–firm profitability relationship highlights the challenges internationalizing Chinese family firms face. The positive moderating effect of corporate governance, a critical component of organization structure, underscores the need for appropriate corporate governance to support the implementation of strategy. The findings have important practical implications for the internationalization of Chinese family firms.
5 The Quality of Local Government and Firm Performance: The Case of China’s Provinces MOR 2015-December 11(4) Choi, Jongmoo Jay; Jiang, Cao; Shenkar, Oded
6 Market Governance and Firm Performance under China’s State Capitalism MOR 2015-December 11(4) Fuller, Douglas B.; Shih, Victor; Tao, Ran
Highly Recommend Choi, Jiang, and Shenkar (2015) offer an interesting and new perspective on the relationship between local governance and firm performance in China. This commentary focuses first on how we conceive of the nature of China’s capitalism and then examines what that suggests about their metrics and findings.
7 Ownership and M&A Performance in a Transitional Economy: The Case of the Chinese Real Estate Industry MOR 2015-December 11(4) Yang, Hongyan; Ru, Jing; Ren, Ting
Highly Recommend In a transitional economy such as China’s, when resources are unevenly distributed across different sectors, the disadvantaged sector may seek a growth path that bypasses resource constraints. We investigated this phenomenon in the context of the Chinese real estate industry. By comparing the post–merger and acquisition (M&A) performance of acquiring firms between state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and privately-owned enterprises (POEs), we attempted to show that POEs are better performers in the market should they be granted equitable resources, and the superior performance is strengthened by market-oriented institutional environment. We used M&A events data of publicly listed real estate firms in China from 2004 to 2012, in conjunction with firm characteristics and province-level market environment data. We found the results to be consistent with our hypotheses. In particular, compared to SOEs, privately-owned acquiring firms tend to have better post-M&A performance when both the regions of the acquirer and the target have high level of marketization. The results suggest that the private sector in China’s transitional economy is potentially more efficient than the state-owned sector, as long as the market environment is favorable.
8 Paternalistic Leadership, Team Conflict, and TMT Decision Effectiveness: Interactions in the Chinese Context MOR 2015-December 11(4) Chen, Lu; Yang, Baiyin; Jing, Runtian
Highly Recommend In this article, we propose that types of CEO paternalistic leadership will affect the effectiveness of top management team (TMT) decisions, and that team conflict will play a mediating role in the relationship between CEO paternalistic leadership and decision effectiveness in the Chinese context. Data collected from 108 TMTs in China suggest that dimensions of paternalistic leadership significantly affect decision effectiveness: benevolent and moral leadership positively affect TMT decision effectiveness, but authoritarian leadership has negative effects on TMT decision effectiveness. In addition, cognitive and affective team conflicts partially mediate the links between paternalistic leadership types and decision effectiveness. The results suggest that CEO paternalistic leadership approaches and conflict modes significantly determine TMT decision effectiveness.
9 Poetry and Leadership in Light of Ambiguity and Logic of Appropriateness MOR 2015-December 11(4) Xing, Yijun; Liu, Yipeng
1 A Structural Model of Employee Behavioral Dynamics in Enterprise Social Media MS 2015-December 61(12) Yan Huang, Param Vir Singh, Anindya Ghose
2 Which Skills Matter in the Market for CEOs? Evidence from Pay for CEO Credentials MS 2015-December 61(12) Antonio Falato, Dan Li, Todd Milbourn
3 Hedging with Futures: Does Anything Beat the Naïve Hedging Strategy? MS 2015-December 61(12) Yudong Wang, Chongfeng Wu, Li Yang
4 Hedge Funds and Stock Market Efficiency MS 2015-December 61(12) Joni Kokkonen, Matti Suominen
5 Political Values, Culture, and Corporate Litigation MS 2015-December 61(12) Irena Hutton, Danling Jiang, Alok Kumar
6 Goal Setting and Monetary Incentives: When Large Stakes Are Not Enough MS 2015-December 61(12) Brice Corgnet, Joaquín Gómez-Miñambres, Roberto Hernán-González
7 Entry and Subcontracting in Public Procurement Auctions MS 2015-December 61(12) Nicola Branzoli, Francesco Decarolis
8 The Effect of Social Interaction on Economic Transactions: Evidence from Changes in Two Retail Formats MS 2015-December 61(12) Avi Goldfarb, Ryan C. McDevitt, Sampsa Samila, Brian S. Silverman
9 Privacy and Marketing Externalities: Evidence from Do Not Call MS 2015-December 61(12) Khim-Yong Goh, Kai-Lung Hui, Ivan P. L. Png
10 When Should Firms Expose Themselves to Risk? MS 2015-December 61(12) Alexei Alexandrov
11 Prospect Theory Explains Newsvendor Behavior: The Role of Reference Points MS 2015-December 61(12) Xiaoyang Long, Javad Nasiry
12 Supply Management in Multiproduct Firms with Fixed Proportions Technology MS 2015-December 61(12) Onur Boyabatli
13 The Diseconomies of Queue Pooling: An Empirical Investigation of Emergency Department Length of Stay MS 2015-December 61(12) Hummy Song, Anita L. Tucker, Karen L. Murrell
14 Relaxations of Approximate Linear Programs for the Real Option Management of Commodity Storage MS 2015-December 61(12) Selvaprabu Nadarajah, François Margot, Nicola Secomandi
15 Dynamic Valuation of Delinquent Credit-Card Accounts MS 2015-December 61(12) Naveed Chehrazi, Thomas A. Weber
1 A stake in the fight: When do heterosexual employees resist organizational policies that deny marriage equality to LGB peers? OBHDP 2016-January 132 Jason J. Dahling, Shaun Wiley, Zachary A. Fishman, Amber Loihle
2 Blind loyalty? When group loyalty makes us see evil or engage in it OBHDP 2016-January 132 John Angus D. Hildreth, Francesca Gino, Max Bazerman
3 Social networks and employee voice: The influence of team members’ and team leaders’ social network positions on employee voice OBHDP 2016-January 132 Vijaya Venkataramani, Le Zhou, Mo Wang, Hui Liao, Junqi Shi
4 I can do it, so can you: The role of leader creative self-efficacy in facilitating follower creativity OBHDP 2016-January 132 Lei Huang, Dina V. Krasikova, Dong Liu
1 What Difference Does a Robot Make? The Material Enactment of Distributed Coordination OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Matt Beane, Wanda J. Orlikowski
2 Newsmaking and Sensemaking: Navigating Temporal Transitions Between Planned and Unexpected Events OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Gerardo Patriotta, Daniel A. Gruber
3 Knowledge Sharing in Online Communities: Learning to Cross Geographic and Hierarchical Boundaries OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Elina H. Hwang, Param Vir Singh, Linda Argote
4 Anticipatory Work: How the Need to Represent Knowledge Across Boundaries Shapes Work Practices Within Them OS 2015-November-December 26(6) William C. Barley
5 Shifts and Ladders: Comparing the Role of Internal and External Mobility in Managerial Careers OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Matthew Bidwell, Ethan Mollick
6 Tipping Points: The Gender Segregating and Desegregating Effects of Network Recruitment OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Brian Rubineau, Roberto M. Fernandez
7 The Lives and Deaths of Jobs: Technical Interdependence and Survival in a Job Structure OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Sharique Hasan, John-Paul Ferguson, Rembrand Koning
8 Organizational Oscillation Between Learning and Forgetting: The Dual Role of Serious Errors OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Pamela R. Haunschild, Francisco Polidoro Jr., David Chandler
9 Corporate Social Initiatives and Employee Retention OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Christiane Bode, Jasjit Singh, Michelle Rogan
10 Competitive Threats, Constraint, and Contagion in the Multiunit Firm OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Gabriel Natividad, Olav Sorenson
11 The Categorical Imperative and Structural Reproduction: Dynamics of Technological Entry in the Semiconductor Industry OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Gianluca Carnabuci, Elisa Operti, Balázs Kovács
12 Assimilation or Contrast? Status Inequality, Judgment of Product Quality, and Product Choices in Markets OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Zhi Huang, Marvin Washington
13 Organizational Responses to Public and Private Politics: An Analysis of Climate Change Activists and U.S. Oil and Gas Firms OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Shon R. Hiatt, Jake B. Grandy, Brandon H. Lee
14 PERSPECTIVE—Pragmatism in Organization Studies: Meeting the Challenges of a Dynamic and Complex World OS 2015-November-December 26(6) Moshe Farjoun, Christopher Ansell, Arjen Boin
1 Question-based innovations in strategy research methods SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Arkadiy V. Sakhartov and Timothy B. Folta
2 Zooming in: A practical manual for identifying geographic clusters SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Juan Alcácer and Minyuan Zhao
3 Understanding network formation in strategy research: Exponential random graph models SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Ji Youn (Rose) Kim, Michael Howard, Emily Cox Pahnke and Warren Boeker
4 History and nanoeconomics in strategy and industry evolution research: Lessons from the Meiji-Era Japanese cotton spinning industry SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Serguey Braguinsky and David A. Hounshell
5 Using item response theory to improve measurement in strategic management research: An application to corporate social responsibility SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Robert J. Carroll, David M. Primo and Brian K. Richter
6 The use of sparse inverse covariance estimation for relationship detection and hypothesis generation in strategic management SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Mei Li, Ying Lin, Shuai Huang and Craig Crossland
7 Is there an implicit quota on women in top management? A large-sample statistical analysis SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Cristian L. Dezso, David Gaddis Ross and Jose Uribe
8 Field experiments in strategy research SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Aaron K. Chatterji, Michael Findley, Nathan M. Jensen, Stephan Meier and Daniel Nielson
9 Video methods in strategy research: Focusing on embodied cognition SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Philip Gylfe, Henrika Franck, Curtis Lebaron and Saku Mantere
10 Discursive strategies and radical technological change: Multilevel discourse analysis of the early computer SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Steven J. Kahl and Stine Grodal
11 Scientific apophenia in strategic management research: Significance tests & mistaken inference SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Brent Goldfarb and Andrew A. King
12 Grouping interdependent tasks: Using spectral graph partitioning to study complex systems SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Chi-Hyon Lee, Manuela N. Hoehn-Weiss and Samina Karim
13 The differential impacts of markets for technology on the value of technological resources: An application of group-based trajectory models SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Deepa Mani and Anand Nandkumar
14 A two-sided matching approach for partner selection and assessing complementarities in partners’ attributes in inter-firm alliances SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Denisa Mindruta, Mahka Moeen and Rajshree Agarwal
15 Engineer/scientist careers: Patents, online profiles, and misclassification bias SMJ 2016-January 37(1) Chunmian Ge, Ke-Wei Huang and Ivan P. L. Png
1 The moral work of subversion HR 2016-January 69(1) Peter N Bloom and Paul J White
2 Unfreezing change as three steps: Rethinking Kurt Lewin’s legacy for change management HR 2016-January 69(1) Stephen Cummings, Todd Bridgman, and Kenneth G Brown
3 The bored self in knowledge work HR 2016-January 69(1) Jana Costas and Dan Kärreman
4 Beyond choice: ‘Thick’ volunteering and the case of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution HR 2016-January 69(1) Michelle O’Toole and Chris Grey
5 Challenge and hindrance stressors and wellbeing-based work–nonwork interference: A diary study of portfolio workers HR 2016-January 69(1) Stephen J Wood and George Michaelides
6 What happens when you can’t be who you are: Professional identity at the institutional periphery HR 2016-January 69(1) Jelena Zikic and Julia Richardson
7 Modelling job crafting behaviours: Implications for work engagement HR 2016-January 69(1) Arnold B Bakker, Alfredo Rodríguez-Muñoz, and Ana Isabel Sanz Vergel
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


(Thanks Haizhen Wang, Lanzhou University for providing the above information )