Recent Articles & Chapters


Albuquerque, A., DeFranco, G., & Verdi, R. (2013). Peer choice in CEO compensation. Journal of Financial Economics, 108, 160-181.

Albuquerque, A. (Forthcoming). Do growth-option firms use less relative performance evaluation? The Accounting Review.

Hagigi, M.,&  Lin, L. (2012). Attitude towards risk and entrepreneurship. School of Business, Independent University, Bangladesh, 5(January 2012), 1-10.

Hagigi, M., & Lin, L. (Forthcoming). The impact of compensation schemes on managerial risk attitude. School of Business, Independent University, Bangladesh.


Albuquerque, R. (2013). CEO power, compensation, and governance. Annals of Economics and Finance, 14(1), 21-56.

Albuquerque, R. (2012). Skewness in stock returns: Reconciling the evidence on firm versus aggregate returns. Review of Financial Studies, 25(5), 1630-1673.

Bernile, G., Lyandres, E., & Zhdanov, A. (2012). A theory of strategic mergers. Review of Finance, 16(2), 517-575.

Bodie, Z., Detemple, J., & Rindisbacher, M. (2012). Lifecycle consumption-investment policies and pension plans: A dynamic analysis. Journal of Investment Management, 10(1), 16-51.

Bodie, Z. (2013). Integrated wealth and risk management: First principles. In O. Roggi & E. I. Altman (Eds.), Managing and measuring risk: Emerging global standards and regulations after the financial crisis (pp. 203-213). World Scientific.

Bodie, Z. (2012). Rational pensions for irrational people: Behavioral science lessons for the Netherlands. In L. Bovenberg, C. van Ewijk & E. Westerhout (Eds.), The future of multi-pillar pensions (pp. 299-329). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bugg-Levine, A., Kogut, B., & Kulatilaka, N. (2012). A new approach to funding social enterprises. Harvard Business Review, January/February, 118-123.

Chod, J., & Lyandres, E. (2012) Strategic IPOs and product market competition. Journal of Financial Economics, 100(1), 45-57.

Detemple, J. (Forthcoming). Portfolio selection: A review. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications.

Detemple, J., & Rindisbacher, M. (2012). Diffusion models of asset prices. In J.C. Duan, W.K. Härdle & J.E. Gentle (Eds.), Handbook of computational finance (pp. 35-60). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Detemple, J., & Rindisbacher, M. (2012). Portfolio optimization. In J.C. Duan, W.K. Härdle & J.E. Gentle (Eds.), Handbook of computational finance (pp. 675-702). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

Detemple, J., Tian, W., & J. Xiong. ( 2012). An optimal stopping problem with reward constraints. Finance and Stochastics, 16(3), 423-448.

Dumas, B., & Lyasoff, A. (2012). Incomplete-market equilibria solved recursively on an event tree. Journal of Finance, 67(5), 1881-1931.

Koskinen, Y., Rebello, M., & Wang, J. (Forthcoming). Private information and bargaining power in venture capital financing. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy.

Kulatilaka, N., & Zik, O. (2012). Sustainability babel fish. Sustainability Science, 6(1), 8.

Lyandres, E., & Zhdanov, A. (Forthcoming). Investment opportunities and bankruptcy prediction. Journal of Financial Markets.

Lyandres, E., Grullon, G., & Zhdanov, A. (2012). Real options, volatility, and stock returns. Journal of Finance, 67(4), 1499-1537.

Lyasoff, A. (Forthcoming). The two fundamental theorems of asset pricing for a class of continuous-time financial markets. Mathematical Finance.

Palazzo, D. (2012). Cash holdings, risk, and expected returns. Journal of Financial Economics, 104(1), 162-185.

Smith, D. (2013). Bad bond math: An object lesson using Bloomberg’s after-tax yields on market discount bonds. The Journal of Wealth Management, 15(4), 61-67.

Smith, D., & Wang, Y. (2012). Implications of model risk for market microstructure: Pricing and trading of illiquid securities. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(6), 704-720.

Zawadowski, A. (2013). Entangled financial systems. Review of Financial Studies. 26(5): 1291-1323.

Information Systems

Aral, S., Brynjolfsson, E., & Van Alstyne, M. (2012) Information, technology & information worker productivity. Information Systems Research, September, 849-867.

Aral, S., Dellarocas, C., & Godes, D. (Forthcoming). Social media and business transformation: A framework for research. Information Systems Research, 24(1).

Aral, S., & Walker, D. (2012). An experimental method for identifying influential and susceptible members of online social networks. Science, 337(6092), 337-341.

Dellarocas, C. (2012). Double marginalization in performance-based advertising: Implications and solutions. Management Science, 58(6), 1178-1195.

Dellarocas, C. (2012). Designing reputation systems for the social web. In H. Masum & M. Tovey (Eds.), The reputation society: How online opinions are reshaping the offline world (pp. 3-11). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Dellarocas, C., Rand, W., & Katona, Z. (2013). Media, aggregators and the link economy: Strategic link formation in content networks. Management Science, 59 (10), 2360-2379.

Lubin, B., & David, P. (Forthcoming). Approximate strategyproofness. Current Science.

Lubin, B., & Parkes, D. (2013).  Allocating and pricing data center resources with power-aware combinatorial auctions. In S. Sen, C. Joe-Wong, S. Ha & M. Chiang (Eds.), Smart data pricing. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Sahoo, N., Krishnan, R., Duncan, G., & Callan, J. (2012). The halo effect in multicomponent ratings and its implications for recommender systems: The case of Yahoo! Movies. Information Systems Research, 23(1), 231–246.

Sahoo, N., Singh, P.V., & Mukhopadhyay, T. (2012). A hidden Markov model for collaborative filtering. MIS Quarterly, 36(4), 1329-1356.

Shore, J., Chu, C. J., & Bianchi, M. (Forthcoming). Power laws and fragility in flow networks. Social Networks.


Avery, J., & Fournier, S. (2012). Firing Your best customers: How smart firms destroy relationships using CRM. In S. Fournier, M. Breazeale & M. Fetscherin (Eds.), Consumer-brand relationships: Theory and practice (pp. 301-316). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Bickart, B., & Ruth, J. (2012). Green eco-seals and advertising persuasion. Journal of Advertising, 41(4), 53-69.

Breazeale, M., & Fournier, S. (2012). So, where do we go from here? Charting directions for brand relationships research. In S. Fournier, M. Breazeale & M. Fetscherin (Eds.), Consumer-brand relationships: Theory and practice (pp. 395-412). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Brunel, F., Vekatesh, Digerfeldt-Mansson, T., & Chen, S. (2012). Design orientation: A grounded analysis of design and action. Marketing Theory, 12(3), 289-309.

Dant, R.P., Grunhagen, M., Kaufmann, P., Brown, J.R., Cliquet, G., & Robicheaux, R. (2012). Chronicling the saga of twenty five years of International Society of Franchising. Journal of Small Business Management, 50(4), 525-538.

Fournier, S., & Alvarez, C. (2013). Relating badly to brands. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 23(2), 253–264.

Fournier, S., & Alvarez, C. (2012). Brands as relationship partners: Warmth, competence and in-between. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 22, 177-185.

Fournier. S., & Alvarez, C. (2012). Brand flings: When great brand relationships are not built to last. In S. Fournier, M. Breazeale & M. Fetscherin (Eds.), Consumer-brand relationships: Theory and practice (pp. 74-96). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Fournier, S., & Lee, L. (2013). Getting brand communities right. In HBR’s 10 must reads on strategic marketing (pp. 133-150). Cambridge: Harvard Business Press Books.

Fournier, S., Michael, B., & Fetscherin, M. (2012). Introduction: The why, how and so what of consumers’ relationships with their brands. In S. Fournier, M. Breazeale & M. Fetscherin (Eds.), Consumer-brand relationships: Theory and practice (pp. 1-11). London, UK: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Golden-Biddle, K., & Mao, J. (2012). What makes an organizational change process positive?” In K.S. Cameron and G.S. Spreitzer (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship (pp. 763-772). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hanssens, D.M., Pauwels, K.H., Srinivasan, S., Vanhuele, M., & Yildirim, G. (Forthcoming). Consumer attitude metrics for guiding marketing mix decisions. Marketing Science.

Jhang, J., Grant, S., & Campbell, M. (2012). Get it? Got it. Good! Enhancing new product acceptance by facilitating extreme incongruity resolution. Journal of Marketing Research, 2(49), 247-259.

Kan, C., Lichtenstein, D., Grant, S., & Janiszewski, C. (Forthcoming 2014). Strengthening the influence of advertised reference prices through information priming. Journal of Consumer Research.

Kim, S., Bickart, B., Brunel, F., & Pai, S. (Forthcoming). Can Your Business Have 1 Million Friends?  Understanding and Using Blogs as One-to-One Mass Media. In E. Y Li, S. Loh, C. Evans & F. Lorenzi (Eds.), Organizations and social networking: Utilizing social CRM to engage consumers. Hershey, PA:  IGI Press.

Kurt, D., & Hulland, J. (2012). Corporate financial policy and marketing strategy: The case of IPOs and SEOs. In S. Ganesan (Ed.), Handbook of marketing and finance (pp. 244-266), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Lawrence, B., Fournier, S., & Brunel, F. (Forthcoming). When companies don’t make the ad: A multi-method inquiry into the differential effectiveness of consumer-generated advertising. Journal of Advertising.

Mugge, R., Brunel, F., & Schoormans, JPL. (2012). Consumer response to aesthetic mass customization. Journal of Creative Management, 4(3), 3-34.

Miller, F., Fournier, S., & Allen, C. (2012). Exploring relationship analogues in the brand space. In S. Fournier, M. Breazeale & M. Fetscherin (Eds.), Consumer-brand relationships: Theory and practice (pp. 30-56). London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Schindler, R., & Bickart, B. (2012). Perceived helpfulness of online consumer reviews: The role of message content and style. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(March), 234-243.

Srinivasan, S., Hsu, L., & Fournier, S. (2012). Branding and firm value. In S. Bharadwaj & S. Ganesan (Eds.), Handbook of marketing and finance (pp. 155-203). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Stavros, C., Meng, M.D., Westberg, K., & Farrelly, F. (Forthcoming). Understanding fan motivation for interacting on social media. Sports Management Review.

Stutzer, M., & Grant, S.J. (Forthcoming). Expected returns or growth rate? Choices in repeated gambles that model investments. Journal of Behavioral Finance and Economics.

Toder-Alon, A., Brunel, F., & Fournier, S. (Forthcoming). Word-of-mouth rhetorics in social media talk. Journal of Marketing Communications: Special Issue on Word-of-Mouth and Social Media.

Trudel, R., & and Argo, J. (Forthcoming). The effect of product size and form distortion on consumer recycling behavior. Journal of Consumer Research.

Trudel, R., & Murray, K.B. (2013). Self-regulatory strength amplification through selective information processing. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 23(1), 61-73.

Trudel, R., Murray, K.B., & Cotte, J. (2012). Beyond expectations: The effect of regulatory focus in consumer satisfaction. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 29(1), 93-97.

Venkatesh, A., Digerfeldt-Månsson, T., Brunel, F., & Chen, C. (Forthcoming). Design orientation: A grounded theory analysis of design thinking and action. Marketing Theory, 12(3).

Winsor, R., Manolis, C., Kaufmann, P., & Krishnap, V. (2012). Manifest conflict and conflict aftermath in franchise systems: A 10 year examination. Journal of Small Business Management, 50(4), 621-651.

Van Heerde, H.J., Srinivasan, S., & Dekimpe, M.G. (2012). Sibling rivalry: Estimating cannibalization rates for innovations. GfK Marketing Intelligence Review, 4(2), 32-41.

Markets, Public Policy & Law

Ampudia, M., & Salinger, M.A. (2012). Inventories and stock-out costs in the price-setting newsvendor: An economic interpretation. In T. Choi (Ed.), Handbook of newsvendor problems: Models, extensions, and applications (pp. 163-175). New York, NY: Springer.

Baurer, D., Yonek, J., Cohen, A., Restuccia, J., & Hasnain-Wynia, R. (Forthcoming). System-level factors affecting clinicians’ perceptions and use of interpreter services in California public hospitals. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. doi:10.1007/s10903-0.

Chang, K. (2012). All up in your Facebook: Using social media to screen job applicants. New England Law Review, (47)1,  1-13.

Cohen, A. (2012). The debate over health care rationing: Deja vu all over again? Inquiry, 49(2), 90-100.

Cortes, P., & Pan, J. (Forthcoming). Outsourcing household production: The demand for foreign domestic helpers and native labor supply in Hong Kong. Journal of Labor Economics.

Davidson, S. (2013). Open questions concerning influences on clinical decisions. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 36(2), 88-107.

Ericson, K., & Starc, A. (Forthcoming). Designing and regulating health insurance exchanges: Lessons from Massachusetts. Inquiry.

Ericson, K., & Starc, A. (2012). Heuristics and heterogeneity in health insurance exchanges: Evidence from the Massachusetts connector. American Economic Review. 102(3), 493-97.

Gauld, R. Blank, R., Burgers, J., Cohen, A.B., Dobrow, M., Ikegami, N., Kwon, S., Luxford, K., Millett, C., & Wendt, C. (2012). The World Health Report 2008 – primary health care: how wide is the gap between its agenda and implementation in 12 high-income health systems? Healthcare Policy, 7(3), 38-58.

Gauld, R., Burgers, J., Dobrow, M., Luxford, K., Minhas, R., Wendt, C., & Cohen, A. (2012). Quality improvement, information technology and primary care can improve healthcare system performance. But are policymakers promoting them? International Journal of Clinical Practice, 66(9), 827-833.

Ginther, D., & Kahn, S. (Forthcoming). Education and academic career outcomes for women of color in science and engineering. In Seeking solution: Maximizing American talent by advancing women of color in academia – A conference volume. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Ginther, D., & Kahn, S. (Forthcoming). Women’s careers in academic social science: Progress, pitfalls and plateaus. In A. Lanteri & J. Vromen (Eds.), The economics of economists – Institutional settings, individual incentives, and future prospects. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Kahn, S. (2012). Gender differences in academic promotion and mobility at a major Australian university. Economic Record, 88(282), 407-424.

Kahn, S., & MacGarvie, M. (2012). The effects of the foreign Fulbright program on knowledge creation. In NBER 50th anniversary conference volume on the rate and direction of inventive activity (pp. 161-197). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

McHugh, M., Kang, R., Cohen, A. B., Restuccia, J. D., & Hasnain-Wynia, R. (2012). Reporting information on emergency department crowding to the hospital board and delivery of time-sensitive care. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 38(5), 229-234.

Mueller, E., Cockburn, I., & MacGarvie, M. (2013). Access to intellectual property for innovation: Evidence on problems and coping strategies from German firms. Research Policy, 42(2), 529–541.

Noyes, E., Doerr-Smith, L., Brush, C., & Hatten, K. (Forthcoming). Network position and corporate venture capital investment. Journal of Small Business Management.

Post, J. (2013). The United Nations Global Compact: A CSR milestone. Business & Society, 1(52), 53-63.

Post, J. (2012). Business, society and the environment. In P. Bansal & A.J. Hoffman (Eds.), Oxford University handbook of business and the natural environment (pp. 537-555). London, UK: Oxford University Press.

Post, J., & Wilson, F. (2012). ShoreBank: Let’s change the world. In H. Spitzeck, M. Pirson & C. Dierksmeier (Eds)., Banking with integrity: The winners of the financial crisis (pp. 141-157). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Post, J. E. (Forthcoming). History of corporate social responsibility. In Wiley encyclopedia of management (Vol. 3W). London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell

Rebitzer, J. (Forthcoming). Organizational economics and physician practices. In The encyclopedia of health economics. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Weil, D. (Forthcoming). Fissured employment: Implications for achieving decent work. In P. Belser, C. Fenwick, J. Howe, S. Lee, M. Luebker & D. McCann (Eds.), Towards the fair recovery: Labor market regulation after the crisis. London, UK: Palgrave/Macmillan.

Weil, D. (Forthcoming). Mending the fissured workplace. In S. Luce, J. Luff, J. McCartin & R. Milkman (Eds.), What works for low wage workers. NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Weil, D. (2012). Broken windows, vulnerable workers, and the future of worker representation. The Forum: Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics, 10(1), 160-183.

Weil, D., & Kleiner, M. (2012). Evaluating the effectiveness of National Labor Relations Act remedies: Analysis and comparsion with other workplace penalty policies. In C. L. Estlund & M. L. Wachter (Eds.), Research handbook on the economics of labor and employment laws (pp. 209-247). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Wilson , F., & Post , J. E. (2013). Business models for people, planet, profits: Exploring the phenomenon of social business, a market-based approach to social value creation. Small Business Economics, 3(40), 715-737.

Wilson , F., Post, J. E., Grzywinski, R., & Houghton, M. (Forthcoming). Social investment and innovation: The ShoreBank experience. In T. Hebb & C. Louche (Eds.), SRI in the 21st century: Does it make a difference to society. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf Publishing.

Wilson, F.S., Post, J.E, & Wilson, R.F. (2012). CEI Capital Management LLC. In H. Spitzeck, M. Pirson & C. Dierksmeier (Eds)., Banking with integrity: The winners of the financial crisis (pp. 76-90). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Operations & Technology Management

Ash, A.S., Shwartz, M., Peköz E., & Hanchate, A.D. (2013). Comparing outcomes across providers. In L.I. Iezzoni (Ed.), Risk adjustment for measuring health care outcomes (4th ed.), (pp. 335-378). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.

Borzecki, A., Cowan, A. J., Cevasco, M., Shin, M. H., Shwartz, M., Itani, K., & Rosen, A. K. (2012). Is development of postoperative venous thromboembolish related to thromboprophylaxis use? A case-control study in the Veterans Health Administration. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 38(8), 348-358.

Brown, M., Peköz E., & Ross, SM. (2012) Finding expectations of monotone functions of binary random variables by simulation, with applications to reliability, finance, and round robin tournaments. In A. Tsoi, D. Nualart & G. Yin (Eds.), Stochastic analysis, stochastic systems, and applications to finance (pp. 101-114). Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing Company.

Davies, J., & Joglekar, N. (Forthcoming). Supply chain integration, modularity and market valuation: Evidence from the solar energy industry. Production and Operations Management.

Ettlie, J.E., & Rosenthal, S.R. (2012). Service innovation in manufacturing. Journal of Service Management, 23(3), 440-454.

Griffiths, F., Cave, J., Boardman, F., Ren, Z. J., Pawlikowska, T., Ball, R., Clarke, A., & Cohen, A.B. (2012). Social networks: The future for health care delivery. Social Science & Medicine, 75(12), 2233-2241.

Joglekar, N., Anderson , E., & Shankarnarayan, G. (Forthcoming). Accuracy of aggregate data in distributed project settings: Model, analysis and implications. ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality.

Joglekar, N., & Levesque, M. (Forthcoming). The role of operations management across the entrepreneurial value chain. Production and Operations Management.

Lee, Y., Ryu, S. Y., & McKone-Sweet, K. E. (Forthcoming). The role of complementary resources in the development of e-supply chains and the firm’s performance: An exploratory analysis of secondary data. International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems.

Levesque, M., Joglekar, N., & Davies, J. (2012). A comparison of revenue growth at recent-IPO and established firms: Influence of SG&A, R&D and COGS. Journal of Business Venturing, 27(1), 47-61.

McHugh, M., Kang, R., Cohen, A., Restuccia, J., & Hasnain-Wynia, R. (Forthcoming). Reporting information on emergency department crowding to the hospital board and delivery of time-sensitive care. Joint Commission Journal.

Norbash, A., Hindson, D., & Heineke, J. (2012). The accountable health care act of Massachusetts: Mixed results for an experiment in universal health care coverage. Journal of the American College of Radiology, 9(10), 734–739.

Peköz, E., Röllin, A., & Ross, N. (Forthcoming). Degree asymptotics with rates for preferential attachment random graphs. Annals of Applied Probability.

Peköz, E., Röllin, A., & Ross, N. (2013). Total variation error bounds for geometric approximation. Bernoulli, 19(2), 610-632.

Restuccia, J., Cohen, A., Horwitt, J., & Shwartz, M. (2012). Hospital implementation of health information technology and quality of care: Are they related? BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 12(1), 109-116.

Restuccia, J., Mohr, D., Meterko, M., Stolzmann, K., & Kaboli, P. (Forthcoming). The association of hospital characteristics and quality improvement activities in inpatient medical services. Journal of General Internal Medicine.

Robb, D., Liu, F., Lai, R., & Ren, Z. J. (2012). Inventory in mainland China: Historical, industry, and geographic perspectives. International Journal of Production Economics, 135(1), 440-450.

Rosen A.K, Itani K.M.F., Cevasco M., Kaafarani H.M.A., Hanchate A., Shin M., Shwartz M., Loveland S., Chen Q., & Borzecki A. (2012). Validating the Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs) in the Veterans Administration: Do they accurately identify true safety events. Medical Care, 50(1), 74-85.

Rosen, A. K., Loveland, S., Shin, M., Shwartz, M., Hanchate, A., Chen, Q., Kaafarani, H. M., & Borzecki, A. (2013). Examining the impact of the AHRQ patient safety indicators (PSIs) in the Veterans Health Administration: The case of readmissions. Medical Care, 51(12), 37-44.

Shen, Y., & Willems, S. (2012). Coordinating a channel with asymmetric cost information and the manufacturer’s optimality. International Journal of Production Economics, 135(1), 125-135.

Shen, Y., & Willems, S. (2012). Strategic sourcing for short-lifecycle products. International Journal of Production Economics, 139(2), 575-585.

Shwartz, M., & Ash, A. S. (2013). Estimating the effect of an intervention from observational data (revised). In L. I. Iezzoni (Ed.), Risk adjustment for measuring healthcare outcomes (4th ed.), (pp. 301-334). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.

Shwartz, M., & Ash, A. S. (2013). Empirically evaluating risk adjustment models (revised). In L. I. Iezzoni (Ed.), Risk adjustment for measuring healthcare outcomes (4th ed.), (pp. 249-300). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.

Shwartz, M., Peköz, E., Burgess, J., & Christiansen, C. (2013). Shrinkage estimators for composite measure of quality conceptualized as a formative construct. Health Services Research, 48(1), 271-289.

Sinan, E.S., Joglekar, N., & Tanrisever, F. (2012). Operational hedging strategies to overcome financial constraints during clean technology startup and growth. In Z. Luo (ed.), Advanced analytics for green and sustainable economic development: Supply chain models and financial (pp. 112-131). IGI Global Press.

Sullivan, J. L., Shwartz, M., Burgess, J. F., Pekoz, E. A., Christiansen, C. L., Gerena-Melia, M., & Berlowitz, D. (2013). Person centered care practices and quality in Department of Veterans Affairs nursing homes: Is there a relationship? Medical Care, 51(2), 165-171.

Tanrisever, F., Erzurumlu, S., & Joglekar, N.R. (2012). Production, process investment and the survival of debt financed startup firms. Production & Operations Management, 21(4), 637-652.

Wang, X., & Ren, Z. J. (2012). How to compete in China’s e-commerce market.  MIT Sloan Management Review, 54(1), 17-19.

Wen, N., Graves, S., & Ren, Z. J. (2012). Ship-pack optimization in a two-echelon distribution system. European Journal of Operational Research, 220(3), 777-785.

Wieland, B., Mastrantonio, P., Willems, S., & Kempf, K. G. (2012). Optimizing inventory levels within Intel’s channel supply demand operations. Interfaces, 42(6), 517-527.

Zhang, J., Joglekar, N.R., & Verma, R. (Forthcoming). Why multinational corporations still need to keep it local: Environment, operations, and ownership in the hospitality industry. In R. Henn & A. J. Hoffman (Eds.), Constructing green: Sustainability and the places we inhabit. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Zhang, J., Joglekar, N.R., & Verma, R. (2012). Exploring resource efficiency benchmarks for environmental sustainability in hotels. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 53(3), 229-241.

Zhang, J., Joglekar, N.R., & Verma, R. (2012). Pushing the frontier of sustainable service operations: Evidence from the U.S. hospitality industry. Journal of Service Management, 23(3), 377–399.

Organizational Behavior

Baird, L., & Griffin, D. (2012). Dynamic learning: Applying and updating knowledge faster than the speed of change. In W. C. Borman & J. W. Hedge (Eds.), The Oxford handbook on work and aging (pp. 419-435). New York: Oxford University Press.

Ghosh, R., Kram, K., & Haynes, R. (Forthcoming). Developmental networks at work: Holding environments for leader development. Career Development International.

Golden-Biddle, K. (2013). How to change an organization without blowing it up. MIT Sloan Management Review, 54(2), 35-41.

Golden-Biddle, K., & Correia, K. (2012). Hope as generative dynamic in transformational change: creating and sustaining “collaborative care” in the ThedaCare Health System. In K. Golden-Biddle & J. Dutton (Eds.), Using a positive lens to explore social change and organizations: Building a theoretical and research foundation (pp. 241-266). Oxford: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Golden-Biddle, K., Dutton, J.E., &  Feldman, E. (2012). The response: What does this book contribute to the understanding of social change and organizations? In K. Golden-Biddle & J. Dutton (Eds.), Using a positive lens to explore social change and organizations: Building a theoretical and research foundation (pp. 475-490). Oxford: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Golden-Biddle, K., Langley, A., Reay, T., Denis, J.L., & Lamothe, L. (2012). Identity struggles in merging organizations: Renegotiating the sameness-difference dialectic. Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences, 48(2), 135-167.

Hall, D.T., Feldman, E., & Kim, N. (Forthcoming). Meaningful work and the protean career. In . B.J. Dik, Z.S. Byrne & M.F Steger (Eds)., Purpose and meaning in the workplace. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hall, D.T, & Kim, N. (2012). The changing notion of retirement. In M. Wang (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of retirement (pp. 102-116), New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Hall, D.T., & Las Heras, M. (2012). Personal growth through career work: A positive approach to careers. In K.S. Cameron & G.M. Spreitzer (Eds)., Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship (pp. 507-518). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hall, D.T., Lee, M. D., Kossek, E. E., & Las Heras, M. (2012). Pursuing career success while sustaining personal and family well being: A study of reduced-load professionals over time. Journal of Social Issues, 68(4), 742-766.

Hall, D., & Mirvis, P. (Forthcoming). Redefining work, work identity, and career success. In D. Blustein (Ed.), The Oxford handbook on the psychology of working, New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Heaphy, E.D. (Forthcoming). Repairing breaches with rules: Maintaining institutions in the face of everyday disruptions. Organization Science.

Kahn, W. (2012). The functions of dysfunction: Implications for organizational diagnosis and change. Consulting Psychology Journal 3(64), 225-241.

Kahn, W., Barton, M., & Fellows, S. (Forthcoming). Organizational crises and the disturbance of relational systems. Academy of Management Review.

Kahn, W., & Fellows, S. (Forthcoming). Employee engagement and meaningful work. In B. Dik, Z. Byrne & M. Steger (Eds.), Purpose and meaning in the workplace. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Kahn, W.A., & Heaphy, E.D. (Forthcoming). Relational contexts of personal engagement at work. In C. Truss, R. Delbridge, E. Soane, K Alfes, & A. Shantz (Eds.), Employee engagement in theory and practice. Routledge.

Kram, K., Wasserman, I., & Yip, J. (2012). Learning from the scholar-practitioner: Metaphors, identity, and professional practice. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 48(3), 304-341.

Kopelman, S., Feldman, E. R., McDaniel, D. M., & Hall, D. T. (2012). Mindfully negotiating a career with a heart. Organizational Dynamics, 41(2), 163-171.

Leonard, D., Barton, G., & Barton, M. (Forthcoming). Make yourself an expert : How to pull knowledge from the people around you. Harvard Business Review.

Leonard, D., & Barton, M. (Forthcoming). Knowledge and the management of creativity and innovation. In M. Dodgson, D. Gann D & N. Phillips (Eds.), Handbook of innovation management. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lingo, E.L., Fisher, C.M., & McGinn, K. (Forthcoming). Teams, agents, or individuals? How party representation creates constraints and opportunities in negotiation. In N. M. Ashansky, O.B. Ayoko, & K. A. Jehn (Eds.), Handbook of research on conflict management. Cheltenham, U.K: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Parker, P., Kram, K., & Hall, D. (Forthcoming). Exploring risk factors in peer coaching: A multi-level approach. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.

Ramarajan, L., & Reid, E. (Forthcoming). Collapsing the myth of separate worlds: Negotiating non-work identities at work. Academy of Management Review.

Stephens, J.P., Heaphy, E.D. and Dutton, J.E. (2012). High quality connections. In K.S. Cameron & G.M. Spreitzer (Eds)., Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship (pp. 385-399). New York: Oxford University Press.

Stephens, J. P., Heaphy, E., Carmeli, A., Spreitzer, G., Dutton, J., (2013). Relationship quality and virtuousness: Emotional carrying capacity as a source of individual and team resilience. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 1(49), 13-41.

Wageman, R., & Fisher, C.M. (Forthcoming). Team leadership: From leader-led to self-governing teams. In D. Day (Ed.), Oxford handbook of leadership and organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wageman, R., & Fisher, C.M. (Forthcoming). Who’s in charge here? The team leadership implications of authority structure. In D. Day (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of leadership and organizations. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Strategy & Innovation

Castañer, X., & Karim, S. (Forthcoming). Implementing acquirers’ synergistic intent: Cost reduction, revenue enhancement and bilateral interactions with the target. In Mergers and Acquisitions: Practices, Performance and Perspectives. Nova Publishers: New York.

Castaner, X., & Karim, S. (Forthcoming). Implementing acquirers’ synergistic intent: Cost reduction, revenue enhancement and bilateral interactions with the target. Journal of Current Issues in Finance, Business and Economics.

Chatterji, A., & Fabrizio, K. (2012). How do product users influence corporate invention? Organization Science, 23(4), 971-987.

Cockburn, I. (2012). Comment on ‘The confederacy of heterogeneous software organizations and heterogeneous developers’ by Boudreau and Lakhani. In J. Lerner & S. Stern (Eds.), The rate and direction of inventive activity revisited (pp. 502-505). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Fabrizio, K., & Thomas, L.G. (2012). The Impact of local demand on product innovation in a global industry. Strategic Management Journal, 33(1), 42-64.

Fabrizio, K. (2012). Institutions, capabilities, and contracts: Make or buy in the electric utility industry. Organization Science, 23(5), 1264-1281.

Fabrizio, K. (Forthcoming). The impact of regulatory uncertainty on renewable energy investments. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization.

Farrell, J. & Simcoe, T. (2012). Choosing the rules for consensus standardization. RAND Journal Of Economics, 43(2), 235-252.

Farrell, J. & Simcoe, T. (2012). Four paths to compatibility. In M. Peitz & J. Waldfogel (Eds.), Oxford handbook of the digital economy (pp. 34-58). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ferraro, F. & O’Mahony, S. (2012). Managing the boundary of an open project. In W. Powell and J. Padgett (Eds.), Market emergence and transformation (pp. 545-565). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Furman, J. (2012). Comment on Petra Moser & Paul W. Rhode, ‘Did plant patents create the American rose?’” In J. Lerner & S. Stern (Eds.), The rate and direction of inventive activity revisited (pp. 438-442.) Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Furman, J. (2012). The economics of science and technology leadership. In W.S. Bainbridge (Ed.), Leadership in science and technology: A reference handbook (pp. 23-31). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Furman, J., Jensen, K., & Murray, F. (2012). Governing knowledge production in the scientific community: quantifying the impact of retractions. Research Policy, 41(2), 276-290.

Furman, J., Murray, F., & S. Stern. (2012). Growing stem cells: The impact of U.S. policy on the organization of scientific research. Journal of Policy Analysis & Management, 31(3), 661-705.

Gotsopoulos, A., Grodal, S., & Suarez, F. (Forthcoming). Perfect timing? Dominant category, dominant design, and the window of opportunity for firm entry. Strategic Management Journal.

Granqvist, N., Grodal, S., & Woolley, J. (2013). Hedging your bets: Examining executives’ market labeling strategies in nanotechnology. Organization Science. 24(2), 395-413.

Grodal, S. (Forthcoming). New organizational forms. In D. Teece & M. Augie (Eds.), The Palgrave encyclopedia of strategic management. Palgrave Macmillan.

Grodal, S., Nelson, A., & Siino, R. (Forthcoming). Help-seeking and help-giving as an organizational routine: Continual engagement in innovative work. Academy of Management Journal.

Hoehn-Weiss, M., & Karim, S. (Forthcoming). Unpacking functional alliance portfolios: How signals of venture viability affect new-venture outcome. Strategic Management Journal.

Karim, S., & Williams, C. (2012). Structural knowledge: How executive experience with structural composition affects intrafirm mobility and structural change. Strategic Management Journal, 33(6), 681-709.

Karim, S. (2012). Exploring structural embeddedness of product market activities and resources within business units. Strategic Organization, 10(4), 333-365.

Klies, L., Chwelos, P., Ramirez, R., & Cockburn, I. (2012). Information technology and intangible output: The impact of IT investment on innovation productivity. Information Systems Research, 23(1), 42-59.

Müller, E., Cockburn, I., & MacGarvie, M. (2013). Access to intellectual property for innovation: Evidence on problems and coping strategies from German firms. Research Policy, 42(2), 529-541.

Rawley, E., & Simcoe, T. (Forthcoming). Information, knowledge and asset ownership in taxicab fleets. Organization Science.

Russo, P. (2012).  Physicians and entrepreneurship. In R.D. Urman & J.M. Ehrenfeld (Eds.), Physicians’ pathways to non-traditional careers and leadership opportunities (pp. 123-137).  New York: Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.

Seidel, V., & O’Mahony, S. (Forthcoming 2014). Managing the repertoire: Stories, metaphors, prototypes and concept coherence in product innovation. Organization Science.

Simcoe, T. (2012). Standard setting committees: Consensus governance for shared technology platforms. American Economic Review, 102(1), 305–36.

Simcoe, T. (2012). Private and public approaches to patent holdup in industry standard-setting. Antitrust Bulletin, 57(1), 59-88.

Suarez, F. (Forthcoming.) The answer is blowing in the wind of creative destruction: Reflections on the strategic management of innovation research. European Academy of Management and Business Economics, 21, 154-156.

Suarez, F., Cusumano, M., & Kahl, S. (2013). Services and the business models of product firms: An empirical study of the software products industry. Management Science, 59(2), 420-435.

Suarez, F., & Kirtley, J. (2012). Dethroning established platforms: Lessons from the iPhone and beyond. MIT Sloan Management Review, 53(4), 35-41.

Suarez, F., & Lanzolla, G. (2012). Closing the technology adoption/use divide: The role of contiguous user bandwagon. Journal of Management, 38(3), 836-859.

Suarez, F., Lanzolla, G., & Fosfuri, A. (Forthcoming). Entry timing strategies: Towards an integrative theory. Long Range Planning.

Vachani, S. (Forthcoming). Innovation in education and US competitiveness. In S. Jain & B. Kedia (Eds.), Restoring America’s global competitiveness through innovation. Cheltenham Glos, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Vachani, S. (2012). ITC in rural India. In R. Kumar (Ed.), Case Studies in Marketing Management. Pearson Publishing, Case 3.