Volume 19, Number 1, January - February 2008
, Xiaowei Rose Luo
: Human Agents, Contexts, and Institutional Change: The Decline of Family in the Leadership of Business Groups.
, Jaepil Choi
, Jiatao Li
: Too Little or Too Much? Untangling the Relationship Between Corporate Philanthropy and Firm Financial Performance.
Richard L. Daft
, Arie Y. Lewin
: Perspective - Rigor and Relevance in Organization Studies: Idea Migration and Academic Journal Evolution.
Volume 19, Number 2, March - April 2008
: Identity Incentives as an Engaging Form of Control: Revisiting Leniencies in an Aeronautic Plant.
: Revisiting the Strategy, Structure, and Performance Paradigm: The Case of Venture Capital.
Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa
, Ann Majchrzak
: Knowledge Collaboration Among Professionals Protecting National Security: Role of Transactive Memories in Ego-Centered Knowledge Networks.
: Process Virtualization Theory and the Impact of Information Technology.
Michael G. Jacobides
: How Capability Differences, Transaction Costs, and Learning Curves Interact to Shape Vertical Scope.
, Eero Vaara
: On the Problem of Participation in Strategy: A Critical Discursive Perspective.
Volume 19, Number 3, May - June 2008
Volume 19, Number 4, July - August 2008
, Jean McGuire
: Too Risky to Hold? The Effect of Downside Risk, Accumulated Equity Wealth, and Firm Performance on CEO Equity Reduction.
Vinit M. Desai
: Constrained Growth: How Experience, Legitimacy, and Age Influence Risk Taking in Organizations.
: Determinants of Firms' Backward- and Forward-Looking R&D Search Behavior.
Volume 19, Number 5, September - October 2008
, Giovanna Padula
: Investigating the Microstructure of Network Evolution: Alliance Formation in the Mobile Communications Industry.
: Framing Contests: Strategy Making Under Uncertainty.
, Xiaowei Rose Luo
: Institutional Logics or Agency Costs: The Influence of Corporate Governance Models on Business Group Restructuring in Emerging Economies.
Volume 19, Number 6, November - December 2008
, Simone Ferriani
: A Core/Periphery Perspective on Individual Creative Performance: Social Networks and Cinematic Achievements in the Hollywood Film Industry.
: Exploring Mediators: Effects of the Composition of Organizational Affiliation on Organization Survival and Mediator Performance.