2020 Most Read and Cited

Academy of Management Annals

Annals logo

MOST READ

  1. Angèle Christin, Katherine C. Kellogg, Melissa A. Valentine
    Algorithms at Work: The New Contested Terrain of Control
  2. Johanna Mair, John M. Amis, Kamal A. Munir
    The Organizational Reproduction of Inequality
  3. Andrew Shipilov, Annabelle Gawer
    Integrating Research on Interorganizational Networks and Ecosystems
  4. Brent Goldfarb, Ella Miron-Spektor, Gilad Chen, Miriam Erez, Moran Lazar, Rajshree Agarwal
    Entrepreneurial Team Formation
  5. Anita Williams Woolley, Ella Glikson
    Human Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Review of Empirical Research
  6. John Joseph, Vibha Gaba
    Organizational Structure, Information Processing, and Decision-Making: A Retrospective and Road Map for Research
  7. Gokhan Ertug, Hari Bapuji, Jason D. Shaw
    Organizations and Societal Economic Inequality: A Review and Way Forward
  8. Donald O. Neubaum, James Hayton, Shaker A. Zahra
    What Do We Know About Knowledge Integration: Fusing Micro- and Macro-Organizational Perspectives
  9. Andrew P. Knight, Bart De Jong, Lindred L. Greer
    Start-Up Teams: A Multidimensional Conceptualization, Integrative Review of Past Research, and Future Research Agenda
  10. Daniel Milner, Jo-Ellen Pozner, William Ocasio
    Varieties of Political Capital and Power in Organizations: A Review and Integrative Framework

MOST CITED

  1. Katherine C. Kellogg, Melissa A. Valentine, Angele Christin
    Algorithms at Work: The New Contested Terrain of Control
  2. John M. Amis, Johanna Mair, Kamal A. Munir
    The Organizational Reproduction of Inequality
  3. Andrew Shipilov, Annabelle Gawer
    Integrating Research on Interorganizational Networks and Ecosystems
  4. John Joseph, Vibha Gaba
    Organizational Structure, Information Processing, and Decision-Making: A Retrospective and Road Map for Research
  5. J. Alberto Aragon-Correa, Alfred A. Marcus, David Vogel
    The Effects of Mandatory and Voluntary Regulatory Pressures on Firms' Environmental Strategies: A Review and Recommendations for Future Research
  6. Hari Bapuji, Gokhan Ertug, Jason D. Shaw
    Organizations and Societal Economic Inequality: A Review and Way Forward
  7. Jia Hui Lim, Kenneth Tai, Peter A. Bamberger, Elizabeth W. Morrison
    Soliciting Resources From Others: An Integrative Review
  8. Moran Lazar, Ella Miron-Spektor, Rajshree Agarwal, Miriam Erez, Brent Goldfarb, Gilad Chen
    Entrepreneurial Team Formation
  9. Shaker A. Zahra, Donald O. Neubaum, James Hayton
    What Do We Know About Knowledge Integration: Fusing Micro- and Macro-Organizational Perspectives
  10. Gianpiero Petriglieri, Jennifer Louise Petriglieri
    The Return of the Oppressed: A Systems Psychodynamic Approach to Organization Studies

Academy of Management Discoveries

Discoveries logo

MOST READ

  1. Jay B. Barney
    Measuring Firm Performance in a Way that Is Consistent with Strategic Management Theory
  2. Sarah Kaplan
  3. Beyond the Business Case for Social Responsibility
  4. Anita M. McGahan
    Where Does an Organization’s Responsibility End?: Identifying the Boundaries on Stakeholder Claims
  5. Alex Bitektine, Christian Vandenberghe, Fei Song, Kevin Hill
    Organizational Legitimacy, Reputation, and Status: Insights from Micro-Level Measurement
  6. Govert Vroom, Markus A. Fitza, Timo Sohl
    How Much Does Business Model Matter for Firm Performance? A Variance Decomposition Analysis
  7. Erik Dane
    Suddenly Everything Became Clear: How People Make Sense of Epiphanies Surrounding Their Work and Careers
  8. Teresa M. Amabile
    Creativity, Artificial Intelligence, and a World of Surprises
  9. Lamar Pierce, Michael S. Dahl
    Pay-for-Performance and Employee Mental Health: Large Sample Evidence Using Employee Prescription Drug Usage
  10. Fabian J. Sting, Paul Schneider
    Employees’ Perspectives on Digitalization-Induced Change: Exploring Frames of Industry 4.0
  11. Cristina Gibson
    From “Social Distancing” to “Care in Connecting”: An Emerging Organizational Research Agenda for Turbulent Times

MOST CITED

  1. Timo Sohl, Govert Vroom, Markus A. Fitza
    How Much Does Business Model Matter for Firm Performance? A Variance Decomposition Analysis
  2. Alex Bitektine, Kevin Hill, Fei Song, Christian Vandenberghe
    Organizational Legitimacy, Reputation, and Status: Insights from Micro-Level Measurement
  3. Cristina Gibson
    From "Social Distancing" to "Care in Connecting": An Emerging Organizational Research Agenda for Turbulent Times
  4. Anita M. McGahan
    Where Does an Organization's Responsibility End?: Identifying the Boundaries on Stakeholder Claims
  5. Michael S. Dahl, Lamar Pierce
    Pay-for-Performance and Employee Mental Health: Large Sample Evidence Using Employee Prescription Drug Usage
  6. Tal Katz-Navon, Ronit Kark, Marianna Delegach
    Trapped in the Middle: Challenging the Linear Approach to the Relationship Between Leadership and Safety
  7. Patrick Haack, Jost Sieweke
    Advancing the Measurement of Organizational Legitimacy, Reputation, and Status: First-order Judgments vs Second-order Judgments—Commentary on “Organizational legitimacy, reputation and status: Insights from micro-level management”
  8. Sarah Kaplan,
    Beyond the Business Case for Social Responsibility
  9. Charlotta Kronblad
    How Digitalization Changes our Understanding of Professional Service Firms
  10. K. J. Behfar, M. A. Cronin, K. McCarthy
    Realizing the Upside of Venting: the Role of the Challenger Listener

Academy of Management Journal

Journal logo

MOST READ

  1. Emily Grijalva, Katie L. Badura, Steven W. Whiting, Timothy D. Maynes
    Examining the “I” in Team: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Influence of Team Narcissism Composition on Team Outcomes in the NBA
  2. Iris-Ariane Hengst, Martin Hoegl, Miriam Muethel, Paula Jarzabkowski
    Toward a Process Theory of Making Sustainability Strategies Legitimate in Action
  3. Junha Kim, Yeun Joon Kim
    Does Negative Feedback Benefit (or Harm) Recipient Creativity? The Role of the Direction of Feedback Flow
  4. Garima Sharma, Pratima (Tima) Bansal
    Cocreating Rigorous and Relevant Knowledge
  5. Ali Aslan Gümüsay, Michael Smets, Timothy Morris
    “God at Work”: Engaging Central and Incompatible Institutional Logics through Elastic Hybridity
  6. Chuanjia Li, Jingyu Li, Ning Li, Yuan Li
    The Boon and Bane of Creative “Stars”: A Social Network Exploration of How and When Team Creativity Is (and Is Not) Driven by a Star Teammate
  7. Jean-François Soublière, Joel Gehman
    The Legitimacy Threshold Revisited: How Prior Successes and Failures Spill Over to Other Endeavors on Kickstarter
  8. Christian E. Hampel, Klaus Weber, Paul Tracey
    The Art of the Pivot: How New Ventures Manage Identification Relationships with Stakeholders as They Change Direction
  9. Heejung Byun, Joseph Raffiee
    Revisiting the Portability of Performance Paradox: Employee Mobility and the Utilization of Human and Social Capital Resources
  10. Samir Nurmohamed
    The Underdog Effect: When Low Expectations Increase Performance

MOST CITED

  1. Ali Aslan Gumusay, Michael Smets, Timothy Morris
    "God At Work": Engaging Central and Incompatible Institutional Logics Through Elastic Hybridity
  2. Yuliya Snihur, Christoph Zott
    The Genesis and Metamorphosis of Novelty Imprints: How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures
  3. Christian E. Hampel, Paul Tracey, Klaus Weber
    The Art of the Pivot: How New Ventures Manage Identification Relationships with Stakeholders as They Change Direction
  4. Iris-Ariane Hengst, Paula Jarzabkowski, Martin Hoegl, Miriam Muethel
    Toward a Process Theory of Making Sustainability Strategies Legitimate in Action
  5. Torben Schubert, Sam Tavassoli
    Product Innovation and Educational Diversity in Top and Middle Management Teams
  6. Garima Sharma, Pratima (Tima) Bansal
    Cocreating Rigorous and Relevant Knowledge
  7. Emily Grijalva, Timothy D. Maynes, Katie L. Badura, Steven W. Whiting
    Examining the "I" In Team: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Influence of Team Narcissism Composition on Team Outcomes in the NBA
  8. Jean-Francois Soubliere, Joel Gehman
    The Legitimacy Threshold Revisited: How Prior Successes and Failures Spill Over to Other Endeavors on Kickstarter
  9. Karl Tauscher, R. Bouncken Bouncken, Robin Pesch
    Gaining Legitimacy by Being Different: Optimal Distinctiveness in Crowdfunding Platforms
  10. Vangelis Souitaris, Stefania Zerbinati, Bo (Grace) Peng, Dean Shepherd
    Should I Stay or Should I Go? Founder Power and Exit via Initial Public Offering

Academy of Management Learning & Education

Learning and Education logo

MOST READ

  1. Dennis Tourish
    The Triumph of Nonsense in Management Studies
  2. Jean M. Bartunek
  3. Theory (What Is It Good For?)
  4. Dennis Tourish
    On Crisis, Genuine Imposters, and Complacency in Management Studies
  5. Howard Thomas, Kai Peters
  6. The Triumph of Nonsense in Management Studies: A Commentary
  7. Piet Van Den Bossche, Sonja Zaar, Wim Gijselaers
    How Business Students Think about Leadership: A Qualitative Study on Leader Identity and Meaning-Making
  8. Kay J. Bunch
    State of Undergraduate Business Education: A Perfect Storm or Climate Change?
  9. Laura Empson
    The Emperor’s New Clothes: How Our Fear of Seeming Stupid Became a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
  10. Jason D. Shaw, Markus Baer
    “The Sky Is Not Falling” and Other Reactions to Tourish’s Wanderings
  11. Peter Bamberger
    Response to Dennis Tourish’s “The Triumph of Nonsense in Management Studies”
  12. Catherine Cassell
    On Imposters and Impact: A Comment on the Triumph of Nonsense

MOST CITED

  1. Dennis Tourish
    The Triumph of Nonsense in Management Studies
  2. Gerardo David Abreu-Pederzini, Manuel F. Suarez-Barraza
    Just Let Us Be: Domination, the Postcolonial Condition, and the Global Field of Business Schools
  3. Bill Cooke, Arun Kumar
    U.S. Philanthropy’s Shaping of Management Education in the 20th Century: Toward a Periodization of History
  4. Mairi Maclean, Gareth Shaw, Charles Harvey, Alan Booth
    Management Learning in Historical Perspective: Rediscovering Rowntree and the British Interwar Management Movement
  5. Yehuda Baruch, Sebastien Point, Anne Laure Humbert
    Factors Related to Knowledge Creation and Career Outcomes in French Academia
  6. Ashish K Bhatia, Natalia Levina
    The Diverse Rationalities of Entrepreneurship Education: Epistemic Stance Perspective
  7. Lynn Vos, Stephen J. Page
    Marketization, Performative Environments, and the Impact of Organizational Climate on Teaching Practice in Business Schools
  8. Kay J. Bunch
    State of Undergraduate Business Education: A Perfect Storm or Climate Change?
  9. Kuo-Wei Lee
    Learning Management Knowledge: Integrating Learning Cycle Theory and Knowledge Types Perspective
  10. Marta Gasparin, Steven D. Brown, William Green, Andrew Hugill, Martin Quinn, Christophe Schinckus, Mark Williams, Jan Zalasiewicz
    The Business School in the Anthropocene: Parasite Logic and Pataphysical Reasoning for a Working Earth

Academy of Management Perspectives

Card_AMP

MOST READ

  1. Chailin Cummings, Herman Aguinis, Ravi S. Ramani, Thomas G. Cummings
    “An A Is An A”: The New Bottom Line For Valuing Academic Research
  2. Abdul A. Rasheed, Richard L. Priem
    “An A Is An A”: We Have Met the Enemy, and He Is Us!
  3. Oksana Gerwe, Rosario Silva
  4. Clarifying the Sharing Economy: Conceptualization, Typology, Antecedents, and Effects
  5. Igor Filatotchev, Mike Wright, Ruth V. Aguilera
    From Governance of Innovation to Innovations in Governance
  6. Jean M. Bartunek
    What Do, What Did, and What Should We Do About “A’s”?
  7. Chailin Cummings, Herman Aguinis, Ravi S. Ramani, Thomas G. Cummings
    “An A Is An A”: Design Thinking and Our Desired Future
  8. Andreas Georg Scherer, Christian Voegtlin
    Corporate Governance for Responsible Innovation: Approaches to Corporate Governance and Their Implications for Sustainable Development
  9. Jay B. Barney, Sharon Alvarez
    Has the Concept of Opportunities Been Fruitful in the Field of Entrepreneurship?
  10. Nicolai J. Foss, Peter G. Klein
    Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Who Needs Them?
  11. Bryan W. Husted, Irene Henriques, Michael L. Barnett
    The Rise and Stall of Stakeholder Influence: How the Digital Age Limits Social Control

MOST CITED

  1. Herman Aguinis, Chailin Cummings, Ravi S. Ramani, Thomas G. Cummings
    "An A Is An A": The New Bottom Line for Valuing Academic Research
  2. Per Davidsson, Jan Recker, Frederik von Briel
    External Enablement of New Venture Creation: A Framework
  3. Oksana Gerwe, Rosario Silva
    Clarifying the Sharing Economy: Conceptualization, Typology, Antecedents, and Effects
  4. Deanna Geddes, Ronda Roberts Callister, Donald E. Gibson
    A Message in the Madness: Functions of Workplace Anger in Organizational Life
  5. Nicolai J. Foss, Peter G. Klein
    Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Who Needs Them?
  6. Sharon Alvarez, Jay B. Barney
    Has the Concept of Opportunities Been Fruitful in the Field of Entrepreneurship?
  7. Andreas Georg Scherer, Christian Voegtlin
    Corporate Governance for Responsible Innovation: Approaches to Corporate Governance and Their Implications for Sustainable Development
  8. Vijay Pereira, Yama Temouri, Swetketu Patnaik, Kamel Mellahi
    Managing and Preparing for Emerging Infectious Diseases: Avoiding a Catastrophe
  9. Stephen Brammer, Layla Branicki, Martina K. Linnenluecke
    Covid-19, Societalization and the Future of Business in Society

Academy of Management Review

Review logo

MOST READ

  1. Joep P. Cornelissen, Omar N. Solinger, Paul G.W. Jansen
    The Emergence of Moral Leadership
  2. Adam C. Stoverink, Benson Rosen, Bradley L. Kirkman, Sal Mistry
    Bouncing Back Together: Toward a Theoretical Model of Work Team Resilience
  3. David Antons, Erk P. Piening, Glen E. Kreiner, Torsten Oliver Salge
    Standing Together or Falling Apart? Understanding Employees’ Responses to Organizational Identity Threats
  4. Andreas König, Jonathan Bundy, Laura M. Little, Lorenz Graf-Vlachy
    A Blessing and a Curse: How CEOs’ Trait Empathy Affects Their Management of Organizational Crises
  5. David R. Hannah, Jane O’Reilly, Kirsten M. Robertson
    Finding Meaning in Relationships: The Impact of Network Ties and Structure on the Meaningfulness of Work
  6. Dirk Matten, Jeremy Moon
    Reflections on the 2018 Decade Award: The Meaning and Dynamics of Corporate Social Responsibility
  7. Ajit Nayak, J. Ignacio Canales, Robert Chia
    Noncognitive Microfoundations: Understanding Dynamic Capabilities as Idiosyncractically Refined Sensitivities and Predispositions
  8. John E. Mathieu, Semin Park, Travis J. Grosser
    A Network Conceptualization of Team Conflict
  9. Beth S. Schinoff, Blake E. Ashforth, Shelley L. Brickson
    “My Company Is Friendly,” “Mine’s a Rebel”: Anthropomorphism and Shifting Organizational Identity From “What” to “Who”
  10. Nelson Phillips, Timothy R. Hannigan, Victor P. Seidel
    Rumor Communities, Social Media, and Forthcoming Innovations: The Shaping of Technological Frames in Product Market Evolution

MOST CITED

  1. Dirk Lindebaum, Mikko Vesa, Frank den Hond
    Insights from "The Machine Stops" to Better Understand Rational Assumptions in Algorithmic Decision Making and Its Implications for Organizations
  2. Dirk Matten, Jeremy Moon
    Reflections on the 2018 Decade Award: the Meaning and Dynamics of Corporate Social Responsibility
  3. Blake E. Ashforth, Beth S. Schinoff, Shelley L. Brickson
    "My Company is Friendly," "Mine's a Rebel": Anthropomorphism and Shifting Organizational Identity from "What" to "Who"
  4. Andreas Koenig, Lorenz Graf-Vlachy, Jonathan Bundy, Laura M. Little
    A Blessing and A Curse: How CEOs' Trait Empathy Affects Their Management of Organizational Crises
  5. Fadel K. Matta, Linn Van Dyne
    Understanding the Disparate Behavioral Consequences of LMX Differentiation: The Role of Social Comparison Emotions
  6. Francois Cooren, David Seidl
    Niklas Luhmann's Radical Communication Approach and Its Implications for Research on Organizational Communication
  7. Adam C. Stoverink, Bradley L. Kirkman, Sal Mistry, Benson Rosen
    Bouncing Back Together: Toward a Theoretical Model of Work Team Resilience
  8. Elizabeth D. Rouse
    Where You End and I Begin: Understanding Intimate Co-Creation
  9. Semin Park, John E. Mathieu, Travis J. Grosser
    A Network Conceptualization of Team Conflict
  10. Marijke Verbruggen, Ans De Vos
    When People Don't Realize Their Career Desires: Toward a Theory of Career Inaction

Sources:

Most read - Atypon report 1/1/2020 - 12/14/2020
Most cited - Web of Science report 12/9/2020