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2008 Working Papers

 
08-0110   Joseph T. Mahoney, Anita M. McGahan, and Christos N. Pitelis
  The Interdependence of Private and Public Interests
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08-0109   Mu Xia, Kexin Zhao, and Joseph T. Mahoney
  Enhancing Value via Cooperation: Firms' Process Benefits From Participation in a Consortium
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08-0108   Jongwook Kim and Joseph T. Mahoney
  A Strategic Theory of the Firm as a Nexus of Incomplete Contracts: A Property Rights Approach
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08-0107   Sung Min Kim and Joseph T. Mahoney
  Resource Co-specialization, Firm Growth, and Organizational Performance: An Empirical Analysis of Organizational Restructuring and IT Implementations
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08-0106   Yong Li and Ruth V. Aguilera
  Target Director Turnover in Acquisitions: A Conceptual Framework
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08-0105   Franz Schober and Judith Gebauer
  How Much to Spend on Flexibility? Determining the Value of Information System Flexibility
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08-0104   Judith Gebauer
  User Requirements of Mobile Technology: A Summary of Research Results
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08-0103   Abhijeet Vadera and Ruth V. Aguilera
  LANGUAGE AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF PRACTICES: USAGE OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME, 1939-2001
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08-0102   Najung Kim, Joseph P. Broschak, and Ruth V. Aguilera
  TAKING STOCK OF SOCIAL EMBEDDEDNESS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE CONSTRUCT
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08-0101   Ruth V. Aguilera, John C. Dencker, and Ricardo G. Flores
  ARE PARTNER PREFERENCES CHANGING WITH GLOBALIZATION? LOCATION CHOICES OF U.S. INTERNATIONAL JVs
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