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部分期刊内容共享 (2016年1-3月)

Top Journal Table of Contents (Jan-Mar, 2016)

NO. Article Title Journal Year/Month Volume Author
1 Unearned Status Gain: Evidence from a Global Language Mandate AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Tsedal B. Neeley and
Tracy L. Dumas
2 Status Matters: The Asymmetric Effects of Supervisor–Subordinate Disability Incongruence and Climate for Inclusion AMJ 2016-February 59(1) David J. G. Dwertmann and
Stephan A. Boehm
3 Classical Deviation: Organizational and Individual Status as Antecedents of Conformity AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Rodolphe Durand and
Pierre-Antoine Kremp
4 Third Party Employment Branding: Human Capital Inflows and Outflows Following “Best Places to Work” Certifications AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Brian R. Dineen and
David G. Allen
5 The Art of Representation: How Audience-specific Reputations Affect Success in the Contemporary Art Field AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Gokhan Ertug,
Tamar Yogev,
Yonghoon G. Lee,
and Peter Hedström
6 Protecting Market Identity: When and How Do Organizations Respond to Consumers’ Devaluations? AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Tao Wang,
Filippo Carlo Wezel,
and Bernard Forgues
7 Fuzzy Logic and the Market: A Configurational Approach to Investor Perceptions of Acquisition Announcements AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Joanna Tochman Campbell,
David G. Sirmon,
and Mario Schijven
8 Understanding the Direction, Magnitude, and Joint Effects of Reputation When Multiple Actors’ Reputations Collide AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Steven Boivie,
Scott D. Graffin,
and Richard J. Gentry
9 The Online Shadow of Offline Signals: Which Sellers Get Contacted in Online B2B Marketplaces? AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Gianvito Lanzolla and
Hans T. W. Frankort
10 Ready, AIM, Acquire: Impression Offsetting and Acquisitions AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Scott D. Graffin,
Jerayr (John) Haleblian,
and Jason T. Kiley
11 Reputation as a Benefit and a Burden? How Stakeholders’ Organizational Identification Affects the Role of Reputation Following a Negative Event AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Anastasiya Zavyalova,
Michael D. Pfarrer,
Rhonda K. Reger,
and Timothy D. Hubbard
12 After the Break-Up: The Relational and Reputational Consequences of Withdrawals from Venture Capital Syndicates AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Pavel I. Zhelyazkov and
Ranjay Gulati
13 Persona Non Grata? Determinants and Consequences of Social Distancing from Journalists Who Engage in Negative Coverage of Firm Leadership AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Guy Shani and
James D. Westphal
14 Category Spanning, Evaluation, and Performance: Revised Theory and Test on the Corporate Law Market AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Lionel Paolella and
Rodolphe Durand
15 Magnification and Correction of the Acolyte Effect: Initial Benefits and Ex Post Settling up in NFL Coaching Careers AMJ 2016-February 59(1) Martin Kilduff,
Craig Crossland,
Wenpin Tsai,
and Matthew T. Bowers
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 60th Anniversary Essay: Ruminations on How We Became a Mystery House and How We Might Get Out ASQ 2016-March 61(1) Stephen R. Barley
2 Distributed Attention and Shared Emotions in the Innovation Process: How Nokia Lost the Smartphone Battle ASQ 2016-March 61(1) Timo O. Vuori and
Quy N. Huy
3 Environmental Demands and the Emergence of Social Structure: Technological Dynamism and Interorganizational Network Forms ASQ 2016-March 61(1) Adam Tatarynowicz,
Maxim Sytch,
and Ranjay Gulati
4 The Specialist Discount: Negative Returns for MBAs with Focused Profiles in Investment Banking ASQ 2016-March 61(1) Jennifer Merluzzi and
Damon J. Phillips
5 State Capacity, Minority Shareholder Protections, and Stock Market Development ASQ 2016-March 61(1) Mauro F. Guillén and
Laurence Capron
1 How and why do interviewers try to make impressions on applicants? A qualitative study JAP 2016-March 101(3) Wilhelmy, Annika; Kleinmann, Martin; König, Cornelius J.; Melchers, Klaus G.; Truxillo, Donald M.
2 The long road to employment: Incivility experienced by job seekers JAP 2016-March 101(3) Ali, Abdifatah A.; Ryan, Ann Marie; Lyons, Brent J.; Ehrhart, Mark G.; Wessel, Jennifer L
3 The role of self-determined motivation in job search: A dynamic approach JAP 2016-March 101(3) da Motta Veiga, Serge P.; Gabriel, Allison S.
4 Why and when workplace ostracism inhibits organizational citizenship behaviors: An organizational identification perspective JAP 2016-March 101(3) Wu, Chia-Huei; Liu, Jun; Kwan, Ho Kwong; Lee, Cynthia
5 Going the extra mile and feeling energized: An enrichment perspective of organizational citizenship behaviors JAP 2016-March 101(3) Lam, Chak Fu; Wan, Wylie H.; Roussin, Christopher Jl
6 Diagnosing the locus of trust: A temporal perspective for trustor, trustee, and dyadic influences on perceived trustworthiness JAP 2016-March 101(3) Jones, Stephen L.; Shah, Priti Pradhan
7 When does power disparity help or hurt group performance? JAP 2016-March 101(3) Brown, Graham; Baer, Markus
8 Dark clouds or silver linings? A stigma threat perspective on the implications of an autism diagnosis for workplace well-being JAP 2016-March 101(3) Johnson, Tiffany D.; Joshi, Aparna
9 Threat of resource loss: The role of self-regulation in adaptive task performance JAP 2016-March 101(3) Niessen, Cornelia; Jimmieson, Nerina L
1 A Head Start or a Step Behind? Understanding How Dispositional and Motivational Resources Influence Emotional Exhaustion JOM 2016-March 42(3) John D. Kammeyer-Mueller,
Lauren S. Simon,
and Timothy A. Judge
2 Strategic Alliance Structures: An Organization Design Perspective JOM 2016-March 42(3) Sascha Albers,
Franz Wohlgezogen,
and Edward J. Zajac
3 When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Keep Working: Impact of Emotional Labor on Absenteeism JOM 2016-March 42(3) Helena Nguyen,
Markus Groth,
and Anya Johnson
4 Are Founder Directors Detrimental to New Ventures at Initial Public Offering? JOM 2016-March 42(3) Tang Wang and
Michael Song
5 Organizational Correctives for Improving Recognition of Near-Miss Events JOM 2016-March 42(3) Robin L. Dillon,
Catherine H. Tinsley,
Peter M. Madsen,
and Edward W. Rogers
6 Should Entrepreneurially Oriented Firms Have Narcissistic CEOs? JOM 2016-March 42(3) Andreas Engelen,
Christoph Neumann,
and Susanne Schmidt
7 The Role of Occupational Emotional Labor Requirements on the Surface Acting–Job Satisfaction Relationship JOM 2016-March 42(3) Devasheesh P. Bhave and
Theresa M. Glomb
8 Why Entrepreneurs Often Experience Low, Not High, Levels of Stress: The Joint Effects of Selection and Psychological Capital JOM 2016-March 42(3) Robert A. Baron,
Rebecca J. Franklin,
and Keith M. Hmieleski
9 Learning Activities, Exploration, and the Performance of Strategic Initiatives JOM 2016-March 42(3) Jorge Walter,
Christoph Lechner,
and Franz W. Kellermanns
1 Work- and family-role adjustment of different types of global professionals: Scale development and validation JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Shaffer, Margaret A; Sebastian Reiche, B; Dimitrova, Mihaela; Lazarova, Mila; Chen, Shoshi; Westman, Mina; Wurtz, Olivier
2 Cultural differences and cross-border venture capital syndication JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Dai, Na; Nahata, Rajarishi
3 National culture and privatization: The relationship between collectivism and residual state ownership JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Boubakri, Narjess; Guedhami, Omrane; Kwok, Chuck C Y; Saffar, Walid
4 Task success based on contingency fit of managerial culture and embeddedness JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Ma, Li; Chen, Aihua; Zhang, Zhi-Xue
5 Choosing an appropriate alliance governance mode: The role of institutional, cultural and geographical distance in international research & development (R&D) collaborations JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Choi, Jeongho; Contractor, Farok J
6 Real economy effects of short-term equity ownership JIBS 2016-February 47(2) Thanassoulis, John; Somekh, Babak
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 Debt and Creative Destruction: Why Could Subsidizing Corporate Debt Be Optimal? MS 2016-February 62(2) Zhiguo He, Gregor Matvos
2 Markdown or Everyday Low Price? The Role of Behavioral Motives MS 2016-February 62(2) Özalp Özer, Yanchong Zheng
3 Investor Sentiment, Beta, and the Cost of Equity Capital MS 2016-February 62(2) Constantinos Antoniou, John A. Doukas, Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
4 Portfolio Choice with Market Closure and Implications for Liquidity Premia MS 2016-February 62(2) Min Dai, Peifan Li, Hong Liu, Yajun Wang
5 Household Production and Asset Prices MS 2016-February 62(2) Zhi Da, Wei Yang, Hayong Yun
6 Strategic Waiting for Consumer-Generated Quality Information: Dynamic Pricing of New Experience Goods MS 2016-February 62(2) Man Yu, Laurens Debo, Roman Kapuscinski
7 Sourcing Strategies and Supplier Incentives for Short-Life-Cycle Goods MS 2016-February 62(2) Eduard Calvo, Victor Martínez-de-Albéniz
8 Does the Firm Information Environment Influence Financing Decisions? A Test Using Disclosure Regulation MS 2016-February 62(2) Susan Albring, Monica Banyi, Dan Dhaliwal, Raynolde Pereira
9 Financial Distress Risk and New CEO Compensation MS 2016-February 62(2) Woo-Jin Chang, Rachel M. Hayes, Stephen A. Hillegeist
10 Discretionary Sanctions and Rewards in the Repeated Inspection Game MS 2016-February 62(2) Daniele Nosenzo, Theo Offerman, Martin Sefton, Ailko van der Veen
11 Collusion in Dynamic Buyer-Determined Reverse Auctions MS 2016-February 62(2) Nicolas Fugger, Elena Katok, Achim Wambach
12 Equilibrium Innovation Ecosystems: The Dark Side of Collaborating with Complementors MS 2016-February 62(2) Andrea Mantovani, Francisco Ruiz-Aliseda
13 Impact of Bayesian Learning and Externalities on Strategic Investment MS 2016-February 62(2) H. Dharma Kwon, Wenxin Xu, Anupam Agrawal, Suresh Muthulingam
14 How Point-of-Sale Marketing Mix Impacts National-Brand Purchase Shares MS 2016-February 62(2) Minha Hwang, Raphael Thomadsen
15 Repeated Interactions and Improved Outcomes: An Empirical Analysis of Movie Production in the United States MS 2016-February 62(2) Vishal Narayan, Vrinda Kadiyali
16 The Relationship Between Workplace Stressors and Mortality and Health Costs in the United States MS 2016-February 62(2) Joel Goh, Jeffrey Pfeffer, Stefanos A. Zenios
1 On the misguided pursuit of happiness and ethical decision making: The roles of focalism and the impact bias in unethical and selfish behavior OBHDP 2016-March 133 Laura J. Noval
2 Secret conversation opportunities facilitate minority influence in virtual groups: The influence on majority power, information processing, and decision quality OBHDP 2016-March 133 Roderick I. Swaab, Katherine W. Phillips, Michael Schaerer
3 Incivility hates company: Shared incivility attenuates rumination, stress, and psychological withdrawal by reducing self-blame OBHDP 2016-March 133 P. Schilpzand, K. Leavitt, S. Lim
4 Can peers’ ethical and transformational leadership improve coworkers’ service quality? A latent growth analysisOriginal OBHDP 2016-March 133 John M. Schaubroeck, Simon S.K. Lam, Ann C. Peng
1 A Comparative Analysis of Patent Assertion Entities in Markets for Intellectual Property Rights OS 2016-January-February 27(1) H. Kevin Steensma, Mukund Chari, Ralph Heidl
2 User-Industry Spinouts: Downstream Industry Knowledge as a Source of New Firm Entry and Survival OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Pamela Adams, Roberto Fontana, Franco Malerba
3 Changing Rules, Changing Practices: The Direct and Indirect Effects of Tight Coupling in Figure Skating OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Stacy E. Lom
4 Radical Repertoires: The Incidence and Impact of Corporate-Sponsored Social Activism OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Mary-Hunter McDonnell
5 Learning by Hiring: The Effects of Scientists’ Inbound Mobility on Research Performance in Academia OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Kremena Slavova, Andrea Fosfuri, Julio O. De Castro
6 An Intraorganizational Ecology of Individual Attainment OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Christopher C. Liu, Sameer B. Srivastava, Toby E. Stuart
7 The Travails of Identity Change: Competitor Claims and Distinctiveness of British Political Parties, 1970–1992 OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Soorjith Illickal Karthikeyan, Stefan Jonsson, Filippo Carlo Wezel
8 When the Bases of Social Hierarchy Collide: Power Without Status Drives Interpersonal Conflict OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Eric M. Anicich, Nathanael J. Fast, Nir Halevy, Adam D. Galinsky
9 The Pursuit of Information Sharing: Expressing Task Conflicts as Debates vs. Disagreements Increases Perceived Receptivity to Dissenting Opinions in Groups OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Ming-Hong Tsai, Corinne Bendersky
10 Toward Organizational Pluralism: Institutional Intrapreneurship in Integrative Medicine OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Kathryn L. Heinze, Klaus Weber
11 Sincerity in Corporate Philanthropy, Stakeholder Perceptions and Firm Value OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Ilya R. P. Cuypers, Ping-Sheng Koh, Heli Wang
12 Dormancy as a Strategic Response to Detrimental Public Policy OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Rajiv Krishnan Kozhikode
13 CROSSROADS—Identifying Viable “Need–Solution Pairs”: Problem Solving Without Problem Formulation OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Eric von Hippel, Georg von Krogh
14 CROSSROADS—Strategy, Problems, and a Theory for the Firm OS 2016-January-February 27(1) Teppo Felin, Todd R. Zenger
1 Corporate divestitures and family control SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Emilie R. Feldman, Raphael(Raffi) Amit and Belén Villalonga
2 Does the market for ideas influence the rate and direction of innovative activity? Evidence from the medical device industry SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Aaron K. Chatterji and Kira R. Fabrizio
3 Does having women on boards create value? The impact of societal perceptions and corporate governance in emerging markets SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Shamsul N. Abdullah, Ku Nor Izah Ku Ismail and Lilac Nachum
4 Using meta-analytic structural equation modeling to advance strategic management research: Guidelines and an empirical illustration via the strategic leadership-performance relationship SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Donald D. Bergh, Herman Aguinis, Ciaran Heavey, David J. Ketchen, Brian K. Boyd, Peiran Su, Cubie L. L. Lau and Harry Joo
5 Board social capital and excess CEO returns SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Steve Sauerwald, Zhiang (John) Lin and Mike W. Peng
6 The contingent effects of differentiation and integration on corporate entrepreneurship SMJ 2016-March 37(3) J. Henri Burgers and Jeffrey G. Covin
7 Growth and survival: The moderating effects of local agglomeration and local market structure SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Aviad Pe’er, Ilan Vertinsky and Thomas Keil
8 Crowding, satiation, and saturation: The days of television series’ lives SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Alicia Barroso, Marco S. Giarratana, Samira Reis and Olav Sorenson
9 Earthquake or glacier? How CEO charisma manifests in firm strategy over time SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Adam J. Wowak, Michael J. Mannor, Mathias Arrfelt and Gerry McNamara
10 R&D investment dynamics in agglomerations under weak appropriability regimes: Evidence from Indian R&D labs SMJ 2016-March 37(3) Anna Lamin and Miguel A. Ramos
1 Critical Essay: Building new management theories on sound data? The case of neuroscience HR 2016-March 69(3) Dirk Lindebaum
2 Institutional fields as linked arenas: Inter-field resource dependence, institutional work and institutional change HR 2016-March 69(3) Santi Furnari
3 The cultural grammar of governance: The UK Code of Corporate Governance, reflexivity, and the limits of ‘soft’ regulation HR 2016-March 69(3) Jeroen Veldman and
Hugh Willmott
4 Rethinking the soft skills deficit blame game: Employers, skills withdrawal and the reporting of soft skills gaps HR 2016-March 69(3) Scott A Hurrell
5 Summoning the spirits: Organizational texts and the (dis)ordering properties of communication HR 2016-March 69(3) Consuelo Vásquez,
Dennis Schoeneborn,
and Viviane Sergi
6 Rethinking the benefits and pitfalls of leader–member exchange: A reciprocity versus self-protection perspective HR 2016-March 69(3) Select this article
Jeremy B Bernerth,
H Jack Walker,
and Stanley G Harris
7 Ethos at stake: Performance management and academic work in universities HR 2016-March 69(3) Kirsi-Mari Kallio,
Tomi J Kallio,
Janne Tienari,
and Timo Hyvönen
8 The labour market for jazz musicians in Paris and London: Formal regulation and informal norms HR 2016-March 69(3) Charles Umney
9 Making the absent subject present in organizational research HR 2016-March 69(3) Michaela Driver
10 Channeling identification: How perceived regulatory focus moderates the influence of organizational and professional identification on professional employees’ diagnosis and treatment behaviors HR 2016-March 69(3) David R Hekman,
Daan van Knippenberg,
and Michael G Pratt
11 Liminal roles as a source of creative agency in management: The case of knowledge-sharing communities HR 2016-March 69(3) Jacky Swan,
Harry Scarbrough,
and Monique Ziebro
12 When the ‘unorganizable’ organize: The collective mobilization of migrant domestic workers in London HR 2016-March 69(3) Zhe Jiang and
Marek Korczynski
13 Longitudinal associations between employees’ beliefs about the quality of the change management process, affective commitment to change and psychological empowerment HR 2016-March 69(3) Alexandre JS Morin,
John P Meyer,
Émilie Bélanger,
Jean-Sébastien Boudrias,
Marylène Gagné,
and Philip D Parker
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 )