John Healey’spaper “What if Your Owners Also Own Other Firms in Your Industry? The Relationship between Institutional Common Ownership, Marketing, and Firm Performance” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Research in Marketing.
Han Jiang’spaper “Cleaning House before Hosting New Guests: A Political Path Dependence Model of Political Connection Adaptation in the Aftermath ofAnticorruption Shocks” has been accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal.
Ira Solomon’s paper “Do Stronger Wise-Thinking Dispositions Enable Auditors to Evaluate Audit Evidence Objectively When Assessing and Addressing Fraud Risk?” has been accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research.
In a forthcoming paper, Assistant Professor of Finance Amanda Heitz finds that politically connected firms experience fewer enforcement actions and receive smaller regulatory fines than similar unconnected firms.
Shuhua Sun's paper “Is Political Skill Always Beneficial? Why and When Politically Skilled Employees Become Targets of Coworker Social Undermining” has been accepted for publication in Organization Science.
Carmen Weigelt and J. Cameron Verhaal's paper “Blinded by the Sun: The Role of Prosumers as Niche Actors in Incumbent Firms' Adoption of Solar Power During Sustainability Transitions" has been accepted for publication in Research Policy.
Venkat Subramaniam's paper “Labor Unions and Product Quality Failures," co-authored with Omesh Kini of Georgia State University, Jaideep Shenoy of University of Connecticut and Mo Shen of Auburn University, has been accepted for publication in Management Science.