Recent Submissions

  • The Best Laid Plans: Why New Parents Fail to Habituate Practices 

    Thomas, Tandy; Epp, Amber M (Journal of Consumer Research (JCR), 2019-01-18)
    Consumers regularly fail to habituate newly adopted practices. In contrast to established practices, this often occurs because understanding a practice is different from actually doing it. Our work explores this “messiness ...
  • Alliance Portfolio Configurations and Competitive Action Frequency 

    Andrevski, Goce; Brass, Daniel J.; Ferrier, Walter J. (Sage, 2016-05-01)
    We advance competitive dynamics research by introducing alliance portfolio configuration as an important antecedent of competitive action frequency. We propose and test a model for developing effective alliance portfolio ...
  • Racial Diversity and Firm Performance: The Mediating Role of Competitive Intensity 

    Andrevski, Goce; Richard, Orlando C.; Shaw, Jason D. (Sage, 2014-03-01)
    The authors examine the mediating role of competitive intensity in the relationship between managerial racial diversity and firm performance (i.e., market share gain and average stock return). Racial diversity relates to ...
  • Does It Pay to Compete Aggressively? Contingent Roles of Internal and External Resources 

    Andrevski, Goce; Ferrier, Walter J. (Sage, 2019-11-22)
    We examine, in hypercompetitive environments, why some firms fail to benefit from competitive aggressiveness while others experience superior profits. We explore the relationship between competitive aggressiveness and ...
  • Forbearance: Strategic Nonresponse to Competitive Attacks 

    Andrevski, Goce; Miller, Danny (Academy of Management, 2020-04-14)
    Evidence suggests that firms often do not respond to competitive attacks even when they are aware of an attack and have the capability to counter it. We believe that this is because they engage in a form of nonresponse ...
  • Earnings Management During Antidumping Investigations In Europe: Sample-Wide And CrossSectional Evidence 

    Godsell, David; Welker, Michael; Zhang, Ning (2017-01-03)
    This paper examines earnings management by European Union firms that initiate an antidumping investigation. We first document economically and statistically significant income decreasing earnings management around the ...
  • Multinational Management 

    Rutenberg, David (Little, Brown & Company (Canada) Limited, 1982)
    This book is designed to help the reader understand the rationale of multinational corporations. Each of the nine central chapters focuses on the question of how a centrally directed multinational corporation ...