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Responsible ownership fostering green tech innovation

Date: 01/02/2023 Author(s): G. Erla Jonsdottir; Jordan Mitchell; Throstur Olaf Sigurjonsson; Ahmad Rahnema Alavi Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Carbfix, an Icelandic green tech pioneer, has attracted worldwide attention for its novel solution to fight climate change by capturing and storing CO2 safely in basalt rock and eliminating it from the atmosphere. This study explores how responsible ownership can drive innovative solutions to deal with climate change and foster a sustainable future. ... More information

Entry Diversion: Deterrence by Diverting Submarket Entry

Date: 01/01/2023 Author(s): Bilgehan Uzunca; Bruno Cassiman Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Going back to Bain (1956), strategy scholars have long recognized the importance of deterring entry for sustaining incumbents? profits in an industry. We introduce a new mechanism, entry diversion, to better understand the empirical phenomenon of persistent firm entry in spite of investments in entry deterrence by incumbents in some industries. Entry ... More information

The value of context-specific studies for marketing

Date: 01/01/2023 Author(s): Stefan Stremersch; Jorge González; Albert Valentí; Julián Villanueva Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This paper clarifies why context-specific studies have scientific merit and provides recommendations to authors and journal stewards on how to develop them well. A context-specific study is a study in a unique setting yielding conclusions that can be considered to have limited generalizability to other settings. A firm’sindustry—think of pharmaceuticals, ... More information

Social movements and entrepreneurial activity

Date: 01/01/2023 Author(s): Desiree Pacheco; T. A. Khoury Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We explore how the size of social movements and the ecology of their target industries influence entrepreneurial entry. By leveraging a 14-year panel in the solar energy industry, we demonstrate how a larger social movement stimulates entry. We reveal how this relationship is contingent upon the density of both the focal industry and the industries ... More information

Where smart meets sustainability

Date: 01/01/2023 Author(s): Andrea Giuliodori; Pascual Berrone; Joan Enric Ricart Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) seek to achieve economic, social, and environmental progress globally. However, trade-offs among these three pillars might occur, particularly in the context of cities. We argue that these trade-offs exist because the traditional factors of production for economic welfare are not always relevant to the other dimensions ... More information

A systematic review of empirical studies on advice-based decisions in behavioral and organizational research.

Date: 01/01/2023 Author(s): J. E. Kämmer; Shoham Choshen-Hillel; Johannes Müller-Trede; S. L. Black; J. Weibler Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We conducted a systematic review of 143 empirical studies of advice-based decision making published in management or psychology between 2006 and 2020. We identified two distinct streams of the literature. The first, behavioral research, features experimental research on advice-based decisions conducted in laboratories. The second, organizational research, ... More information

Dynamizing human resources

Date: 01/12/2022 Author(s): Paula Apascaritei; Marta Elvira Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Human resource management (HRM) systems have been extensively analyzed in academic research yet limited attention has been paid to the role of HRM dynamic capabilities (DC) and their impact on resources and practices, employee well-being and firm performance. Our study bridges this gap by defining a new categorization of HRM DC based on their ultimate ... More information

Price frictions and the success of new products

Date: 01/12/2022 Author(s): Diego Aparicio; D. Simester Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) The literature has documented that price frictions limit the frequency of price changes. We show that they are also associated with the failure of new products. Using the IRI academic data set, we identify new products that have low initial sales. When price frictions are high, retailers are less likely to adjust the price, and instead are more likely ... More information

Family motivation of supervisors

Date: 01/12/2022 Author(s): D. T. Erdogan; Mireia Las Heras; Yasin Rofcanin; Mª José Bosch; Jakob Stollberger Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB) have emerged as a powerful resource of informal support for the well-being and development of employees. However, research to date offers limited insight into the antecedents and underlying processes that may trigger FSSBs. We investigate the association between family motivation of supervisors and FSSBs, ... More information

Varieties of interdependence and the emergence of the Modern West

Date: 01/12/2022 Author(s): Shinobu Kitayama; Cristina Salvador; Kevin Nanakdewa; Amelie Rossmaier; Álvaro San Martín; Krishna Savani Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Cultural psychology—the research field focusing on the mutual constitution of culture and the mind—has made great strides by documenting robust cultural variations in how people think, feel, and act. The cumulative evidence is consistent with the hypothesis that Westerners are independent, whereas those in the rest of the world are interdependent. Although ... More information
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