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Editorial Team

Gerard George, Editor 
gerry_g_sm.jpg Gerard (Gerry) George is Editor of AMJ, Dean and Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University. Previously, he was Deputy Dean of the Business School at Imperial College London. An award-winning researcher and teacher, Professor George has published several articles in leading scholarly journals (list). He was awarded a prestigious Professorial Fellowship from the UK's Economic and Social Research Council to work on resource-constrained or inclusive innovation. His work investigates business models, organisational design, and its implications for innovation and entrepreneurship. He is co-investigator in an Energy for Development collaborative project that studies the effects of rural electrification, community development and social enterprise. His latest book (with Adam Bock) introduces a narrative approach on how entrepreneurs conceive and change business models to make an implausible idea into a viable growth opportunity, Models of Opportunity: How Entrepreneurs Design Firms to Achieve the Unexpected, (Cambridge University Press, 2012). His previous book, Inventing Entrepreneurs: Technology Innovators and their Entrepreneurial Journey (Prentice Hall, 2008), addresses the human side of innovation and technology transfer. Before joining Imperial, he held tenured positions at the London Business School, where he served as Faculty Director of the Institute of Technology, and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he directed the Weinert Applied Ventures in Entrepreneurship Program.

 Amy E. Colbert, Associate Editor 
Amy E. Colbert is an Associate Professor and Leonard A. Hadley Research Fellow in the Department of Management & Organizations in the Henry B. Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa. She earned a Ph.D. in organizational behavior and human resource management from the University of Iowa, a master's degree in decision sciences from Saint Louis University, and a B.S. in accounting and math from Culver-Stockton College. Amy's research interests include leadership, personality, motivation, and well-being. Amy has published scholarly articles on these topics in a number of journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and The Leadership Quarterly. She has served on the Editorial Boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and The Leadership Quarterly. She is currently a Representative-at-Large for the Organizational Behavior division of the Academy of Management. She teaches courses on leadership, innovation, and organizational behavior to undergraduate, MBA, and Ph.D. students. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her family and cheering for her sons as they play whatever sport is in season. Amy's email address is

 Linus Dahlander, Associate Editor 
 Linus Linus Dahlander is an Associate Professor and KPMG Chair in Innovation at ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. He received his PhD from Chalmers University of Technology and did a post doc at Stanford University. Linus' research interests include innovation and networks, especially in contexts of open and distributed innovation processes that transcend organizational boundaries. He has published in Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, and Research Policy, among others. Linus' email address is

Scott D. Graffin, Associate Editor 
Scott D. Graffin is an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business. He received his Ph.D. in organizational theory and strategic management from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His research interests include corporate governance, as well as the impact of reputation, status, and organizational impression management activities on organization outcomes. Scott's research has been published numerous journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, the Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, and Strategic Organization. He has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal and the Academy of Management Review. Scott and his wife Paula have two sons. He is also a minority owner of the Green Bay Packers. Scott's email address is

Marc Gruber, Associate Editor 

Marc Gruber is full professor at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), where he holds the Chair of Entrepreneurship & Technology Commercialization. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of St. Gallen and received a venia legendi from the Munich School of Management, University of Munich, for his habilitation thesis. His research focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation, and includes studies on opportunity identification, founder identity, venture capital decision making, knowledge recombination, resource configurations and the commercialization of technological innovations. He has published his research in the Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Organization Science, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Management, and Strategic Management Journal, among others. His studies were recognized with several awards, incl. the "Thought Leader Award" of the Entrepreneurship Division at the Academy of Management in the years 2009, 2010 and 2012. Marc's email address is

Martine Haas, Associate Editor 
Professor Martine Haas is an Associate Professor of Management with tenure at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. She received her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University, an M.A. in International Relations from Yale University, and a B.A. in Human Sciences from Oxford University. Her research focuses on collaboration in knowledge-intensive organizations. Her interests include global teams, knowledge sharing, information technology use, implementing strategic capabilities, multinational management, and field research methods. She has published articles in leading scholarly journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Management Science, Organization Science, and the Strategic Management Journal, and her academic research has received scholarly awards including the Academy of Management's William H. Newman Award for dissertation-based research and the Academy of International Business's Best Paper Award. She has served on the Editorial Boards of the Academy of Management JournalAdministrative Science Quarterly, the Journal of International Business Studies, and Organization Science, as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Organization Design, and on the Executive Committee of the Organization & Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management.

Elaine Hollensbe, Associate Editor 
Elaine Hollensbe is an Associate Professor of Management in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. She received her doctorate from the University of Kansas in Organizational Behavior. Her research interests include identity, emotion, work-life balance, self-efficacy in wellness and training contexts, fairness perceptions, and goal-setting/compensation, which she has investigated using a range of qualitative and quantitative methods. Her research has appeared in such journals as the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Management, and Human Relations. She also currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Her collaborative work on Episcopal priests has received multiple awards, including the 2011 Owens Scholarly Achievement Award (SIOP) and the 2011 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. She also consults in the areas of training and leadership, and has received nine teaching awards. Her interests outside of work include visiting her two sons in Colorado and Tennessee and scenic speed walking. Elaine's email address is

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Associate Editor 
Jennifer Howard-Grenville is the Diageo Reader in Management Studies at the University of Cambridge. She conducts inductive research, drawing largely on qualitative data and analysis, to understand processes of change. She contributes to the literatures on routines, issue selling, culture, and identity. Much of her work explores how people work to create change around environmental issues. Jennifer's work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Organization StudiesOrganization & Environment, and several other journals. She is the author of Corporate Culture and Environmental Practice (Edward Elgar, 2007), which documents her in-depth study of a high-tech company, and co-author or editor of two other books. Jennifer was awarded the 2013 Thomas C. Stewart Distinguished Professorship at the Lundquist College of Business. She has served on the editorial review boards of Academy of Management Journal and Organization Science. Jennifer received her Ph.D. at MIT, her MA at Oxford University, and her B.Sc. at Queen's University, Canada. Outside work, she enjoys West Coast outdoor pursuits with her family, including skiing and camping, and she uses yoga to keep everything in balance.

Aparna Joshi, Associate Editor  
Aparna Joshi is currently an Associate Professor at the Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University. She received her Ph.D. from Rutgers University (School of Management & Labor Relations) in 2002. Prior to joining Penn State, Aparna was on the faculty at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Aparna's research focuses broadly on multilevel issues in work teams and more specifically on diversity, gender issues in science and engineering, collaboration in global and distributed teams, inter-generational interactions, and international and cross-cultural management. Her work in the area of gender dynamics in engineering work groups was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant. Her research appears in the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Organization Science. She has studied a wide range of teams such as sales teams, service teams, medical teams, software development teams and R&D labs in the United States and overseas.  Aparna's work has received several awards including the Academy of Management's Saroj Parasuraman Award in 2010, the Dorothy Harlow Distinguished Paper Award in 2006 and 2008 (GDO Division), and the Ulrich-Lake Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Human Resource Management Journal, and has also been featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer, USA Today, and the Times of India. She has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Carol T. Kulik, Associate Editor 
Carol T. Kulik is a Research Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of South Australia. She received her PhD in business administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research focuses on understanding how human resource management interventions influence the fair treatment of people in organizations. Current projects are investigating the impact of work on people with disabilities and the family members who care for them, strategies for closing the gender gap in salary negotiations, and the impact of stereotype threat on mature-age workers. Carol's research on gender and diversity has been recognized by scholarship awards from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the Academy of Management. She is particularly interested in bridging the academic-practice divide and ensuring that academic research addresses problems of interest to the business community. She authored a book titled Human Resources for the nonHR Manager (published by Erlbaum in 2004) that makes cutting-edge research on human resource issues accessible to managers with no formal training in human resources. Carol actively engages in collaborative research with business partners including Diversity@Work and the Australian Senior Human Resources Roundtable. She served as Chair of the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management and recently completed a term on the Australian Research Council's College of Experts. Carol's email address is  

Dovev Lavie, Associate Editor 

Dovev Lavie is an Associate Professor at the Technion, a Sloan Industry Studies Fellow, and a recipient of the Academy of Management Newman Award, Strategic Management Society Emerging Scholar Award, and INFORMS TMS Best Dissertation Award. He earned his Ph.D. at the Wharton School and served as an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin. Focusing on strategic management, his research interests include the evolution and performance implications of alliance portfolios, balancing exploration and exploitation, and applications of the resource-based view in interconnected technology-intensive industries. He has served on the boards of the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, and Organization Science. He has also served on the Research Committee of the Academy of Management BPS Division, as Program Chair at Strategic Management Society conferences, and Co-founder and Organizer of the Israel Strategy Conference. He has taught various courses in strategic management at the Ph.D., undergraduate and executive MBA levels. Dovev's email address is

Brent A. Scott, Associate Editor 
Brent A. Scott is an Associate Professor of Management in the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. He received his Ph.D. from the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida and earned his B.A. in Psychology from Miami University. His research interests include mood and emotion, organizational justice, personality, and employee well-being. His work has been published in journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Personnel Psychology. Professor Scott has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,Personnel Psychology, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and he was a recipient of AMJ's outstanding reviewer award in 2011. Brent's email address

Scott Sonenshein, Associate Editor 


Scott Sonenshein is an Associate Professor of Management at the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. Prior to joining the Jones School in 2007, he received his Ph.D. in Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He also holds a M.Phil. degree from the University of Cambridge and a B.A. degree from the University of Virginia. Scott's research focuses on organizational change, social change, business ethics, and sensemaking. While he primarily conducts his research in field settings using qualitative methods, he has published papers using archival, experimental and survey methods. His current research projects include understanding the role of identity and emotions in making social change agents more effective, explaining how organizations foster creativity with resources, and examining how crowdfunding facilitates the development of social ventures. In recognition of his research on social change and business ethics, The Aspen Institute named him a finalist for its Faculty Pioneer Award in 2008. He won the Jones School's Faculty Research Excellence Award in 2010, 2011, and 2012. He won the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship's biennial Best Paper Award in 2013. Scott's research has appeared in many leading journals including the Academy of Management ReviewAcademy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and the Journal of Marketing Research. Additionally, he has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management JournalAcademy of Management Review, Organization ScienceBusiness Ethics Quarterly, and Management Communication Quarterly. Outside of work, he enjoys the company of his wife Randi and his two daughters as well as culinary adventures, walking and playing squash. Scott's email address is

Riki Takeuchi, Associate Editor 
Takeuchi Riki Takeuchi is a professor in the School of Business and Management at Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland in December, 2003. His research theme revolves around understanding social exchange relationships among various organizational constituents with particular focus on strategic human resource management, expatriate adjustment, and organizational citizenship behaviors. His research has appeared in publications such as the Academy of Management JournalJournal of Applied PsychologyOrganizational Behavior and Human Decision ProcessesOrganization Science, Personnel Psychology, Strategic Management Journal, among other outlets. He was the 2010 recipient of the SIOP Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award - Science. He has served on the editorial review boards of the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management JournalJournal of Applied PsychologyOrganizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Personnel Psychologyand Journal of Management, among others. He has received outstanding reviewers' award from Academy of Management Journal in 2008 and 2009, and Academy of Management Review in 2010. He previously served on the Executive Committee of the HR Division of the Academy of Management. Outside academia, he has been practicing Taekwondo for the past 20 years and currently holds a third degree black belt. He also trains/instructs (with his wife) members three times a week for two hours each and enjoys playing tennis. Riki's email address is

Laszlo Tihanyi, Associate Editor 
 Laszlo Laszlo Tihanyi is the B. Marie Oth Professor in Business Administration in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University. His main research areas are corporate governance in multinational firms, internationalization, and organizational adaptation in emerging economies. His current research explores the involvement of institutional investors in foreign direct investment, the institutional environment of internationalization decisions, and the effects of social movements on multinational firms. His papers have been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of  International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies and others. He has been an associate editor of the Journal of Management Studies and is currently a co-editor of the Advances in International Management series. He has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Business Horizons, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, and Journal of World Business. He received an outstanding reviewer award from AMJ in 2008. His service to the profession also includes the organization of paper development and career development workshops at the Academy of Management and Academy of International Business Meetings. He currently serves as the program chair of the Corporate Strategy Interest Group at the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference.

Gerben S. van der Vegt, Associate Editor 
Van der Vegt Gerben S. Van der Vegt is  a Professor of Organizational Behavior at the faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. He received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the same university. His current research focuses on the processes associated with the integration of knowledge and expertise in work teams and organizations, team learning, effective team design, and power and leadership in work groups and organizations. He has published more than thirty articles on these and other topics in Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management and Personnel Psychology. Currently, he also serves on the editorial board of Organization Science. His email address is

 Daan van Knippenberg, Associate Editor 
Van Knippenberg Daan van Knippenberg (Ph.D Leiden University) is Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. His research interests include leadership, diversity, teams, and creativity; topics that he published about in such outlets as Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Daan is founding editor of Organizational Psychology Review, and former associate editor of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and of Journal of Organizational Behavior. He is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and of the American Psychological Association. Daan's email address is

Heli Wang, Associate Editor 
Wang Heli Wang is an Associate Professor in the area of Strategic & Organization at Singapore Management University. She earned her Ph.D. degree from Ohio State University in 2002. Her research focuses on stakeholder incentive issues in the resource-based view of the firm, corporate governance, as well as issues related to corporate social responsibility and business ethics. She has published in leading management journals including Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Organization Science, among others. She is currently the associate program chair for the Corporate Strategy Interest Group of Strategic Management Society. She also serves as the consulting editor for Management and Organization Review and on the Editorial Boards of Strategic Management Journal and Strategic Organization. Heli's email address is

Michael Malgrande, Managing Editor 
Mike has been AMJ's Managing Editor since 2007. He has also served as Managing Editor for Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) since joining the Academy of Management staff. Mike attended the University of Northern Colorado as a Journalism major before receiving his BA in Communications from Pace University. His professional background has been in the publishing industry, most recently as Senior Editor at Scholastic in the science reference division. Other experience includes editing, writing, and book production for M.E. Sharpe, Inc., Elsevier Science, Oceana Publications, and the American Water Works Association in Denver, CO. He currently lives in Brookfield, CT.
Editorial Board
 Oliver Alexy {Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany}
 Susan Ashford {Univ. of Michigan, USA}
 Erkko Autio {Imperial College of London, UK}
 Bruce Avolio {Univ. of Washington, USA}
 Markus Baer {Washington Univ., USA}
 Pratima Bansal {University of Western Ontario, Canada}
 Jeff Barden {Oregon State Univ., USA}
 Chris Barnes {Washington Foster School of Business, USA}
 Robert A. Baron {Oklahoma State Univ., USA}
 Pamela Barr {Georgia State Univ., USA}
 Kathryn (Kay) Bartol {Univ. of Maryland, USA}
 Jean M. Bartunek {Boston College, USA}
 Thomas Bateman {Univ. of Virginia, USA}
 Julie Battilana {Harvard Univ., USA}
 Brian Becker {SUNY-Buffalo, USA}
 Michael Bednar {College of Business Illinois, USA}
 Corinne Bendersky {Univ. of California, USA}
 Nathan Bennett {Georgia Inst. of Technology, USA}
 Donald D. Bergh {Univ. of Denver, USA}
 Marya Besharov {Cornell Univ., USA}
 Richard Blackburn {Univ. of North Carolina, USA}
 Steve Blader {New York Univ., USA}
 Terry C. Blum {Georgia Inst. of Technology, USA}
 Steven Boivie {Univ. of Arizona, USA}
 Mark Bolino {Univ. of Oklahoma, USA}
 Joyce Bono {Univ. of Florida, USA}
 Prashant Bordia {Australian National Univ., Australia}
 Kevin Boudreau {London Business School, UK}
 Hannah Riley Bowles {Harvard Univ., USA}
 Steve Bradley {Baylor Univ., USA}
 Daniel J Brass {Univ. of Kentucky, USA}
 Henrik Bresman {INSEAD, Singapore}
 Forrest Briscoe {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Joseph Broschak {Univ. of Arizona, USA}
 Doug Brown {Univ. of Waterloo, Canada}
 Jonathan N. Bundy {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Ethan Burris {Univ. of Texas, USA}
 Ronald Burt {Univ. of Chicago, USA}
 Dan Cable {London Business School, UK}
 Ben Campbell {Ohio State, USA}
 Albert Cannella {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Teresa Cardador {Univ. of Illinois, USA}
 Laura B. Cardinal {Univ. of Houston, USA}
 Andrew Carton {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Xavier Castaner {HEC, Lausanne, Switzerland}
 Gino Cattani {New York Univ., USA}
 S. Trevis Certo {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) {Michigan Univ., USA}
 Prithviraj Chattopadhyay {Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, HK}
 Gilad Chen {Univ. of Maryland, USA}
 Guoli Chen {INSEAD, Singapore}
 Michael Christian {Univ. of North Carolina, USA}
 Roy Chua {Singapore Management Univ., Singapore}
 Chi-Nien Chung {National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore}
 Benjamin M. Cole {Fordham Univ., USA}
 Christopher Collins {Cornell Univ., USA}
 Jason Colquitt {Univ. of Georgia, USA}
 Brian Connelly {Auburn Univ., USA}
 Cecily Cooper {Univ. of Miami, USA}
 Kevin Corley {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Joep Cornelissen {Erasmus Univ., Netherlands}
 Stéphane Côté {Univ. of Toronto, Canada}
 Stephen Courtright {Texas A&M Univ., USA}
 Don Crilly {London Business School, UK}
 Paola Criscuolo {Imperial College London, UK}
 Craig Crossland {Univ. of Texas, USA}
 Tina Dacin {Queen's Univ., Canada}
 Linus Dahlander {ESMT, Berlin, Germany}
 Reeshad Dalal {George Mason Univ., USA}
 Erik Dane {Rice Univ., USA}
 Thomas D'Aunno {Columbia Univ., USA}
 Parthiban David {American Univ., USA}
 Jason Davis {INSEAD, Singapore}
 David Day {Univ. of Western Australia, Australia}
 Bart De Jong {VU Univ. Amsterdam, Netherlands}
 Katherine DeCelles {Univ. of Toronto, Canada}
 John Dencker {Univ. of Illinois, USA}
 Vinit Desai {Univ. of Colorado, ,USA}
 Sanford DeVoe {Univ. of California, Los Angeles, USA}
 Ravi Dharwadkar {Syracuse Univ., USA}
 Luis Diestre {IE Madrid, Spain}
 Nikos Dimotakis {Georgia State Univ., USA}
 Lisa Dragoni {Wake Forest Univ., USA}
 Michelle Duguid {Washington Univ., USA}
 JP Eggers {New York Univ., USA}
 Kathleen Eisenhardt {Stanford Univ., USA}
 Aleksander Ellis {Univ. of Arizona, USA}
 Gokhan Ertug {Singapore Management Univ., Singapore}
 Dries Faems {Univ. of Groningen, Netherlands}
 Gail Fairhurst {Univ. of Cincinnati, USA}
 Crystal Farh {Univ. of Washington, USA}
 Martha Feldman {Univ. of California-Irvine, USA}
 D. Lance Ferris {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Steven Floyd {Univ. of Massachusetts, USA}
 Maw-Der Foo {Univ. of Colorado, USA}
 Lars Frederiksen {Aarhus Univ., Denmark}
 Michael Frese {National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore}
 Alfonso Gambardella {Bocconi Univ., Italy}
 Daniel Ganster {Colorado State Univ., USA}
 Marta Geletkanycz {Boston College, USA}
 Elizabeth George {Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, HK}
 Jennifer George {Rice Univ., USA}
 Robert Gephart {Univ. of Alberta, Canada}
 Barry Gerhart {Univ. of Wisconsin, USA}
 Cristina Gibson {Univ. of Western Australia, Australia}
 Francesca Gino {Harvard Univ., USA}
 Yaping Gong {HKUST Business School, Hong Kong}
 Alicia Grandey {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Adam Grant {Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Barbara Gray {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Royston Greenwood {Univ. of Alberta, Canada}
 Lindred Greer {Erasmus Univ., Netherlands}
 Denis Gregoire {HEC Montreal, Canada}
 Matthew Grimes {Univ. of Alberta, Canada}
 Markus Groth {Univ of New South Wales., Australia}
 Ranjay Gulati {Harvard Univ., USA}
 Nina Gupta {Univ. of Arkansas, USA}
 John Haleblian {Univ. of Georgia, USA}
 Ben Hallen {London Business School, UK}
 Donald C. Hambrick {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Cynthia Hardy {Univ. of Melbourne, Australia}
 Spencer Harrison {Boston College, USA}
 John Hausknecht {Cornell Univ., USA}
 Emily Heaphy {Boston Univ., USA}
 Daniel Heller {Tel-Aviv Univ., Israel}
 Joachim Henkel {Technische Universität München, Germany}
 Loizos Heracleous {Univ. of Warwick, UK}
 Pursey Heugens {Erasmus Univ., Netherlands}
 Aaron Hill {Oklahoma State Univ., USA}
 Amy Hillman {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Michael Hitt {Texas A&M Univ., USA}
 Keith Hmieleski {Texas Christian, USA}
 Glenn Hoetker {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 John R. Hollenbeck {Michigan State Univ., USA}
 Peter Hom {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Robert E. Hoskisson {Rice Univ.. USA}
 Kenneth Huang {National University of Singapore}
 Stephen Humphrey {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Christine Jackson {Purdue Univ., USA}
 Justin Jansen {Erasmus Univ., Netherlands}
 Russell Johnson {Michigan State Univ., USA}
 Rahul Kapoor {Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Thomas Keil {Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland}
 Mark Kennedy {Imperial College London, UK}
 Gavin Kilduff {New York Univ., USA}
 Jay (Jiyub) Kim {INSEAD, Singapore}
 Andrew King {Dartmouth College, USA}
 Eden King {George Mason Univ., USA}
 Bradley L. Kirkman {North Carolina State Univ., USA}
 Geoff Kistruck {York Univ., Canada}
 Brian Klaas {Univ. of South Carolina, USA}
 Adam Kleinbaum {Dartmouth College, USA}
 Andrew Knight {Washington Univ., USA}
 Thorbjorn Knudsen {Univ. of Southern Denmark, Denmark}
 Reddi Kotha {Singapore Management Univ., Singapore}
 Ryan Krause {Texas Christian Univ., USA}
 Tomi Laamanen {Univ. St Gallen, Switzerland}
 Karim Lakhani {Harvard Univ., USA}
 Lisa Schurer Lambert {Georgia State Univ., USA}
 Joseph Lampel {City Univ., London, UK}
 Ann Langley {HEC Montreal, Canada}
 Kenneth S. Law {Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, HK}
 Brandon Lee {Univ. of Melbourne, Australia}
 Gwendolyn Lee {Univ. of Florida, USA}
 Aija Leiponen {Imperial College London, UK}
 Jeff LePine {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Lisa Leslie {New York Univ., USA}
 Ed Levitas {Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA}
 Haiyang Li {Rice Univ., USA}
 Jiatao (JT) Li {Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, HK}
 Stan Li {York Univ., Canada}
 Sally Maitlis {Univ. of British Columbia, Canada}
 Michael Mannor {Univ. of Notre Dame, USA}
 Constantinos Markides {London Business School, UK}
 Suzanne Masterson {Univ. of Cincinnati, USA}
 John Mathieu {Univ. of Connecticut, USA}
 Elie Matta {HEC Paris, France}
 Sharon F. Matusik {Univ. of Colorado, USA}
 Kyle Mayer {Univ. of Southern California, USA}
 Dan McAllister {National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore}
 Michael McDonald {Univ. of Texas-San Antonio, USA}
 Anita McGahan {Univ. of Toronto, Canada}
 Gerry McNamara {Michigan State Univ., USA}
 Luis F. Mesquita {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 C. Chet Miller {Univ. of Houston, USA}
 Vilmos Misangyi {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Yuri Mishina {Imperial College London, UK}
 Marie S. Mitchell {Univ. of Georgia, USA}
 Mark Mortensen {INSEAD, France}
 Sucheta Nadkarni {Univ of Cambridge., UK}
 Jennifer Nahrgang {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Andrew J. Nelson {Univ of Oregon., USA}
 Lisa Nishii {Cornell Univ., USA}
 Anthony Nyberg {Univ. of South Carolina, USA}
 In-Sue Oh {Temple Univ., USA}
 Srikanth Paruchuri {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Pankaj Patel {Villanova Univ., USA}
 Holger Patzelt {Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany}
 Matt Pearsall {Univ. of North Carolina, USA}
 Jill Perry-Smith {Emory Univ., USA}
 Corey Phelps {McGill Univ., Canada}
 Nelson Phillips {Imperial College London, UK}
 Ron Piccolo {Rollins College, USA}
 Madan Pillutla {London Business School, UK}
 Nathan Podsakoff {Univ. of Arizona, USA}
 Francisco Polidoro Jr. {Univ. of Texas, USA}
 Tim Pollock {The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA}
 Joseph Porac {New York Univ., USA}
 Christopher Porter {Indiana Univ., USA}
 Richard Priem {Texas Christian Univ., USA}
 S. Douglas Pugh {Virginia Commonwealth Univ., USA}
 Cuili Qian {City Univ of Hong Kong., Hong Kong}
 Davide Ravasi {Bocconi Univ., Italy}
 Jana Raver {Queen's Univ. Canada}
 Trish Reay {Univ. of Alberta, Canada}
 Claus Rerup {Western Univ., Canada}
 Floor Rink {Univ. of Groningen, Netherlands}
 Kevin Rockmann {George Mason Univ., USA}
 Jessica Rodell {Univ. of Georgia, USA}
 Ashleigh Rosette {Duke Univ., USA}
 Kendall Roth {Univ. of South Carolina, USA}
 Michael Russo {Univ. of Oregon, USA}
 W. Gerard Sanders {Univ. Texas at San Antonio, USA}
 Terri Scandura {Univ. of Miami, USA}
 Mario Schijven {Univ. of Illinois, USA}
 Melissa Schilling {New York Univ., USA}
 Scott E. Seibert {Univ. of Iowa, USA}
 Matthew Semadeni {Arizona State Univ., USA}
 Metin Sengul {Boston College, USA}
 Margaret Shaffer {Univ. of Wisconsin, USA}
 Jason Shaw {University of Minnesota, USA}
 Dean A. Shepherd {Indiana Univ., USA}
 Peter Sherer {Univ. of Calgary, Canada}
 Abbie Shipp {Texas Christian Univ., USA}
 Niro Sivanathan {London Business School., UK}
 Lynn Shore {Colorado State Univ., USA}
 Christy Shropshire {Georgia Univ., USA}
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 David Sirmon {Univ. of Washington, USA}
 David Sluss {Georgia Institute of Technology, USA}
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 Kevin Steensma {Univ. of Washington, USA}
 Joerg Sydow {Free Univ. of Berlin, Germany}
 Maxim Sytch {Michigan Univ., USA}
 Subrahmaniam Tangirala {Univ. of Maryland, USA}
 Adam Tatarynowicz {Tilburg Univ., Netherlands}
 Anne Ter Wal {Imperial College London, UK}
 Paul Tesluk {Univ. of Buffalo, USA}
 Stefan Thau {London Business School, UK}
 Jeff Thompson {Brigham Young Univ., USA}
 Andras Tilcsik {Univ of Toronto., Canada}
 Tony Tong {Univ. of Colorado, USA}
 Marco Tortoriello {IESE Business School, Spain}
 Leigh Tost {Univ. of Michigan, USA}
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 Wendy Van Ginkel {Erasmus Univ., Netherlands}
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 Freek Vermeulen {London Business School, UK}
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 Georg Von Krogh {ETH Zurich, Switzerland}
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 Jim Walsh {Univ. of Michigan, USA}
 Frank Walter {Justus Leibig Univ. Giessen, Germany}
 William P. Wan {City Univ. of Hong Kong, HK}
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 Libby Weber {Univ. of California-Irvine, USA}
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