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Table of Contents Contents VOLUME 39, ISSUE NO. 4 April 2018 Do investors actually value sustainability? New evidence from investor reactions to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI): O. Hawn, A. K. Chatterji and W. Mitchell........................................................................................................................................................... 949 Scope versus speed: Team diversity, leader experience, and patenting outcomes for firms: P. Choudhury and M. R. Haas............................................................................................................................................................................... 977 Taking a hit to save the world? Employee participation in a corporate social initiative: C. Bode and J. Singh ........................................... 1003 Cognitive flexibility and adaptive decision-making: Evidence from a laboratory study of expert decision makers: D. Laureiro-Martínez and S. Brusoni................................................................................................................................................................... 1031 Stock market undervaluation of resource redeployability: A. V. Sakhartov........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1059 Threat of falling high status and corporate bribery: Evidence from the revealed accounting records of two South Korean presidents: Y. Jeong and J. I. Siegel......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1083 Toward a behavioral theory of real options: Noisy signals, bias, and learning: H. E. Posen, M. J. Leiblein and J. S. Chen........................... 1112 Performance feedback and middle managers’ divergent strategic behavior: The roles of social comparisons and organizational identification: M. Tarakci, N. Y. Ates¸, S. W. Floyd, Y. Ahn and B. Wooldridge............................................................................................................................... 1139 Stepping across for social approval: Ties to independent foundations’ boards after financial restatement: R. Lungeanu, S. Paruchuri and W. Tsai................................................................................................................................................................. 1163 Which pathway to good ideas? An attention-based view of innovation in social networks: L. Rhee and P. M. Leonardi................................ 1188 Under the microscope: An experimental look at board transparency and director monitoring behavior: W. Li, R. Krause, X. Qin, J. Zhang, H. Zhu, S. Lin and Y. Xu............................................................................................................................. 1216 Discover papers in this journal online, ahead of the print issue, through EarlyView at wileyonlinelibrary.com Editorial Statement The Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish the highest quality research with questions, evidence and conclusions that are relevant to strategic management and engaging to strategic management scholars. We receive manuscripts with a diverse mix of topics, framings, and methods, and our acceptances reflect this diversity. More specifically, the Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish papers that develop and/or test theory, replicate prior studies, explore interesting phenomena, and evaluate the many methodologies used in our field. SMJ also publishes studies that demonstrate a lack of statistical support in a particular sample for specific hypotheses or research propositions. We welcome a diverse range of researcher methods and are open to papers that rely on statistical inference, qualitative studies, conceptual models, computational models and various kinds of mathematical models. SMAJD8 39(4) 947–1236 (2018) ISSN 0143-2095 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Strategic Management Journal Wiley

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Contents VOLUME 39, ISSUE NO. 4 April 2018 Do investors actually value sustainability? New evidence from investor reactions to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI): O. Hawn, A. K. Chatterji and W. Mitchell........................................................................................................................................................... 949 Scope versus speed: Team diversity, leader experience, and patenting outcomes for firms: P. Choudhury and M. R. Haas............................................................................................................................................................................... 977 Taking a hit to save the world? Employee participation in a corporate social initiative: C. Bode and J. Singh ........................................... 1003 Cognitive flexibility and adaptive decision-making: Evidence from a laboratory study of expert decision makers: D. Laureiro-Martínez and S. Brusoni................................................................................................................................................................... 1031 Stock market undervaluation of resource redeployability: A. V. Sakhartov........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1059 Threat of falling high status and corporate bribery: Evidence from the revealed accounting records of two South Korean presidents: Y. Jeong and J. I. Siegel......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1083 Toward a behavioral theory of real options: Noisy signals, bias, and learning: H. E. Posen, M. J. Leiblein and J. S. Chen........................... 1112 Performance feedback and middle managers’ divergent strategic behavior: The roles of social comparisons and organizational identification: M. Tarakci, N. Y. Ates¸, S. W. Floyd, Y. Ahn and B. Wooldridge............................................................................................................................... 1139 Stepping across for social approval: Ties to independent foundations’ boards after financial restatement: R. Lungeanu, S. Paruchuri and W. Tsai................................................................................................................................................................. 1163 Which pathway to good ideas? An attention-based view of innovation in social networks: L. Rhee and P. M. Leonardi................................ 1188 Under the microscope: An experimental look at board transparency and director monitoring behavior: W. Li, R. Krause, X. Qin, J. Zhang, H. Zhu, S. Lin and Y. Xu............................................................................................................................. 1216 Discover papers in this journal online, ahead of the print issue, through EarlyView at wileyonlinelibrary.com Editorial Statement The Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish the highest quality research with questions, evidence and conclusions that are relevant to strategic management and engaging to strategic management scholars. We receive manuscripts with a diverse mix of topics, framings, and methods, and our acceptances reflect this diversity. More specifically, the Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish papers that develop and/or test theory, replicate prior studies, explore interesting phenomena, and evaluate the many methodologies used in our field. SMJ also publishes studies that demonstrate a lack of statistical support in a particular sample for specific hypotheses or research propositions. We welcome a diverse range of researcher methods and are open to papers that rely on statistical inference, qualitative studies, conceptual models, computational models and various kinds of mathematical models. SMAJD8 39(4) 947–1236 (2018) ISSN 0143-2095

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