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In a growing number of industries, higher rates of new product introduction leave firms with a short window of opportunity during which they must overcome obstacles to market acceptance. We argue that relatively autonomous information providing institutions that have primarily emerged to...
This paper examines the role of leadership structure and board composition in the context of poison pill adoptions. We distinguish, for the first time, independent, separated leadership structures from non-independent, separated leadership structures. Our results suggest that there is an...
This paper argues that most utility analysis (UA) applications are flawed because they employ an overly simplistic formula. This piece reviews the literature on UA adjustments and demonstrates that the adjustments have a large impact on resulting estimates. These results imply that human...
This study examined the direct and interactive relationships of interdependence (task and reward) and preference for group work on the satisfaction and performance of group members. Hypotheses were tested among a sample of task-performing group members over a four-month period ( N ’s =...
Through a meta-analytic review of the empirical literature on the determinants of CEO pay, this study tests the hypothesized relationships between firm size, performance, and CEO pay. We show that firm size accounts for more than 40% of the variance in total CEO pay, while firm performance...
Most studies of harmful workplace behavior have focused on the motives or characteristics of perpetrators. In contrast, the present study draws from theories of victimization to examine when employees are more likely to perceive themselves as targets of co-workers’ aggressive actions....
The present study examined the moderating effects of organization-based self-esteem on the relationship between two forms of organizational uncertainty perception and three outcome variables. The two forms of organizational uncertainty perception were job insecurity and anticipation of...
During the last two decades, workforce reductions played an integral role in the restructuring strategies of many companies, especially for Fortune 500 companies. However, research in this important area has been limited. A doubly (multivariate) repeated measures design was chosen for this study...
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