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Incoming Editorial Team

Laszlo Tihanyi, Editor 
01_Laszlo Tihanyi.jpg Laszlo Tihanyi is Professor of Management and the Robyn L. ’89 and Alan B. ’78 Roberts Chair in Business in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University. His papers have been published in 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 served as Associate Editor of Academy of Management Journal from 2014 to 2016. He has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, and Business Horizons. He is a former Associate Editor of Journal of Management Studies (2008-2010) and a Coeditor of the Advances of International Management series (2008-2016). He has been a Chair of the Corporate Strategy Interest Group and is Co-director of the Ph.D. Paper Prize Award Competition in the Strategic Management Society. He is an Honorary Professor of Corvinus University of Budapest and currently serves as Research Fellow at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and as Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

 
 Katherine DeCelles, Deputy Editor 
 kdecelles@rotman.utoronto.ca Katherine (Katy) DeCelles is an associate professor of organizational behavior at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Her research focuses on the intersection of organizational behavior and criminology and includes such topics as prison work, inequality and social movements, power, and aggression. Katy has been published in such outlets as Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, among others. Her work has been covered in media outlets, including the New York Times, Smithsonian Magazine, the Atlantic, and CNN, and has received awards from the Academy of Management and American Sociological Association. Katy received her Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the University of Maryland, completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, and has held visiting positions at Stanford University and the Harvard Business School. She previously served as an Associate Editor for Academy of Management Journal from 2016-2019.

 


 
 Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Deputy Editor 
 03_HowardGrenville_Jennifer Jennifer Howard-Grenville is the Diageo Professor of Organisation Studies at the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. She contributes to organization theory through in-depth studies of how people work from within to change organizations, communities, and occupations. By focusing on the processes through which people seek change, her scholarship advances theoretical understanding of organizational routines, culture, identity, and identification, as well as transformations required to tackle grand challenges, like environmental sustainability. She is recognized as a leading qualitative researcher with a focus on process theorizing and has served as an Associate Editor (2013-2016) for Academy of Management Journal, handling qualitative manuscripts, and as Guest Editor-in-Chief for Academy of Management Discoveries for a special issue on the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. Her work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Annals, Organization Studies, Research Policy, Journal of Industrial Ecology, and several other journals. She is the author of Corporate Culture and Environmental Practice (Edward Elgar, 2007), which documents her 9-month ethnography of environmental practice change at the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, and coauthor or editor of three other books. Jennifer received her Ph.D. at MIT, her M.A. at Oxford, and her B.Sc. (Eng.) at Queen’s University, Canada.

 
Andrew Carton, Associate Editor 
 Drew Carton Andrew Carton is an Associate Professor in Management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. His research focuses on how leaders communicate about the purpose of work and manage intergroup relations. Drew has been published in such outlets as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, and Journal of Applied Psychology. He received his B.A. from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. from Duke University. Drew’s other interests include music, cycling, and reading about the hard sciences.

 


 
Amanda Cowen, Associate Editor 

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Amanda Cowen is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. She earned her doctorate and MBA at Harvard Business School. Amanda’s research interests center on corporate governance and strategic leadership. Her work aims to develop socially informed theories that help to explain decision making and outcomes in these domains. She is especially interested in understanding how key stakeholders interpret and respond to organizational failures or controversies. Amanda’s research is published or forthcoming in such journals as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Accounting and Economics. She has also served on the editorial review board of Academy of Management Review.

 
Ilya Cuypers, Associate Editor 
 ilya cuypers smu Ilya Cuypers is an Associate Professor of Strategy at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University, and he received his Ph.D. from Tilburg University, the Netherlands. He works in the areas of strategic management and international business. Specifically, his current research focuses on the governance, dynamics, and performance implications of (cross-border) external corporate development activities (e.g., acquisitions, alliances, and joint ventures), investment decisions under uncertainty, and issues related to interorganizational ties. Ilya’s work has been published in such journals as Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of International Business Studies, and he has won a number of awards for his research (e.g., the Academy of Management International Management Division’s FIU Emerging Scholar Award). He has served on the Editorial Review Boards of Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Global Strategy Journal, and Journal of World Business, and as Guest Editor for Journal of International Business Studies.

 
Luis Diestre, Associate Editor 
 Luis Diestre.jpg Luis Diestre is an Associate Professor at IE Business School. He received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the University of Southern California in 2009. His research interests evolve around two distinct topics: non-market strategy and R&D activities in the Biopharmaceutical industry. Luis' work appears in such publications as Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Management Science, Journal of Management Studies, and Research Policy. He is a member of the Editorial Review Board of Academy of Management Journal (since 2010) and Strategic Management Journal (since 2014). In 2016, Luis was awarded an ERC Starting Grant of about 1.4 million euros to develop a research project on the illegal trade of pharmaceutical drugs. In addition, Luis was included in Poets and Quants' 2015 list of “The World's Best 40 under 40 Business School Professors.”

 
Lindred Greer, Associate Editor 
 Greer picture.jpg Lindred (Lindy) Greer is Associate Professor of Management & Organizations and faculty director of the Sanger Leadership Center at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on how to design and lead effective organizational teams, with specific interests in intra-group hierarchy, conflict, diversity, leadership, and emotion. Lindy has published in such outlets as Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Science, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, among others. Her work has been covered in media outlets, including the New York Times, Forbes, and Fast Company, and she has received awards from the Academy of Management and American Psychological Association. Lindy received her B.S. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and her Ph.D. in social and organizational psychology from Leiden University in the Netherlands.

 
Denis Grégoire, Associate Editor  
 09_Gregoire HEC highres.jpg Denis A. Grégoire (Ph.D., University of Colorado Boulder) is the Rogers-J.A.-Bombardier Chair of entrepreneurship research and an Associate Professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at HEC Montréal, Canada. He also provides academic and managerial leadership to two accelerator/incubator programs fostering the growth and funding of high-tech startups. Denis’ research centers on the cognitive processes supporting the early identification of insightful ideas for new innovative products/services and entrepreneurial projects; entrepreneurs’ decision to expand their firm’s activities in foreign locations; and the contributions of business angels and venture capitalists to the growth of high-potential technology ventures. His research has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Organization Science, Small Business Economics, in addition to a few French-language journals. He has served on the Editorial Review Board and/or has contributed numerous manuscript reviews to all of these journals (and others).

 
Ivona Hideg, Associate Editor 
 Ivona Hideg Ivona Hideg is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Organizational Leadership in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in OB/HRM from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and M.Sc. in I/O Psychology from the University of Waterloo. Ivona’s main program of research includes workplace diversity, equality, and inclusion. In her work, she focuses on gender, but also examines issues surrounding culture, ethnicity, language, and socioeconomic background diversity. She has published in such outlets as Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Psychological Science, among others. Her work has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and New York Times. She received Early Researcher Award from the Ontario Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science, and her work is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research of Canada (SSHRC). She has been awarded with Research Fellowship with the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School (2019-2020) and was a visiting faculty at the University of Amsterdam in 2018, Católica Lisbon (Portugal) in 2016, and RMIT University in Australia in 2014. She has served on the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, and Organizational Psychology Review. She has consulted for the federal government of Canada on parental leave policies and the recruitment of women into the Canadian Armed Forces. Ivona is also a proud mom of two young children!

 
Bart de Jong, Associate Editor 

 Bart de Jong   
Bart de Jong (Ph.D. in 2010, VU Amsterdam) is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Peter Faber Business School at Australian Catholic University. His research focuses on trust, teams, and the combination of both (team trust), which he examines through primary (survey) studies and meta-analyses. His work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organization Science, and several of his conference papers have appeared in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. He has been a member of the editorial review boards of AMJ (since 2011) and JAP (since 2017) and has received multiple Outstanding Reviewer Awards from the former journal. In 2014, Bart received a €250,000 early career grant (VENI) from the Dutch Research Council (NWO) to pursue his interest in trust asymmetry in teams. His teaching focuses predominantly on research design and methods at the Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. levels. Besides teaching at his own university, he also recently taught a Ph.D. course on Organizational Behavior at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, and a Ph.D. workshop on Meta-Analysis at Deakin University. Bart is an active member of the OB Division of the AOM Annual Meeting and has been (and continues to be) involved in multiple (award) committees, professional development workshops, and symposia.

 
Andrew Knight, Associate Editor 
Andrew Knight Andrew Knight is Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. He studies the interpersonal dynamics of groups and teams, with a focus on emotions and relationships, and is especially interested in the contexts of healthcare, entrepreneurship, and the military. In the classroom, Knight currently offers courses on leadership, teams, and people analytics for MBA and executive audiences and on organizational research methods for doctoral students. Prior to joining the faculty of Washington University in St. Louis, Knight led research and product development at Pascal Metrics Inc.—a Washington, D.C.–based risk analytics provider in the healthcare industry—from its founding through 2010. He received his B.A. (summa cum laude) in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Dayton; an M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland; and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Managerial Science and Applied Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

 
Cindy Muir (Zapata) , Associate Editor 

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Cindy P. Muir (Zapata) is an Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business (starting June 1, 2019). She received her Ph.D. in Management at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business and earned her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Florida. Dr. Muir's research interests include individual differences, organizational justice, and trust, particularly in the context of supervisor-employee relationships. As most leaders know, a disconnect often exists between leader behaviors and employee perceptions of those same behaviors, even in spite of their best efforts; because of the importance of leader-direct report relationships (and their impact on performance and turnover), Cindy aims to further understand that divide by studying factors that exacerbate or minimize said disconnect. Her work has been published in top journals, including: Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, among others.

 
Andrew Nelson, Associate Editor 
 Andrew Nelson Andrew Nelson is the Randall C. Papé Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Associate Professor of Management at the University of Oregon. He also serves as the University of Oregon’s Associate Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and as Academic Director of the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship. Andrew received his Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University. He also holds an M.Sc. (with distinction) from Oxford University and a B.A. (with honors and distinction) from Stanford. Andrew’s research explores the emergence of new technologies and technology-based fields, typically from a qualitative perspective and with special attention to occupational or institutional dynamics. His ongoing research projects focus on fields ranging from music synthesis to chemistry. Among other outlets, his work appears in Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Research Policy, Organization Science, and in two books, The Sound of Innovation: Stanford and the Computer Music Revolution (MIT Press, 2015) and Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise (McGraw-Hill, 5th edition, 2019).

 
Floor Rink, Associate Editor 
 Floor Rink Floor Rink is full Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen (The Netherlands). Floor’s line of research centers around work-related phenomena that involve intra- and inter-team dynamics, such as responses to diversity, status effects, cooperation, and ethical decision making (including governance relations). She regularly publishes her findings in academic psychological and management journals, including Organization Science, Psychological Science, Academy of Management Annals, and Academy of Management Journal. Floor’s work has received recognition from national and international associations (e.g., Dutch Association of Social Psychology, APA, AOM) and is currently for a large part funded through a scholars of excellence program from the Dutch Science Foundation.

 
Matthew Semadeni, Associate Editor 
Matthew Semadeni Matthew Semadeni is Professor of Strategy and Dean’s Council Distinguished Scholar in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. in Strategy from Texas A&M University. Matt’s research interests include competitive and corporate strategy, innovation, top management teams, and empirical methods. His research has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Business Venturing, and Journal of Management. He has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization, Journal of Management and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. Prior to his doctoral studies, Matt worked in consulting for Price Waterhouse, LLC, and for Electronic Data Systems, with both private and public sector clients.

 
 Marco Tortoriello, Associate Editor 
 Marco Tortoriello Marco Tortoriello (M.S., Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA) is a Professor of Strategy and Organizations at Bocconi University, Milan. His research focuses on how informal networks within and across organizations form, evolve, and affect individual and organizational performance. His work has been published in such journals as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Annals, Organization Science, Organization Studies, Strategic Management Journal and European Management Journal, among others. Marco is a member of the Editorial Board of Academy of Management Review, Organization Science (since 2009), and Academy of Management Journal (since 2014). He has also served as referee for research projects presented at the National Science Foundations of the United States, Switzerland, France, and Austria.

 
Elizabeth Umphress, Associate Editor 
 Elizabeth Umphress Elizabeth Umphress is an associate professor and the Evert McCabe Endowed Fellow at the University of Washington. She received her B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Tulane University. Under the rubric of social justice research and using both experiments and survey methodology, Dr. Umphress pursues three primary branches of inquiry: ethics, organizational justice, and diversity. She has conducted her research in collaboration with a variety of organizations, including a cooperative agreement with NASA. Her research has been published in outlets such as Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organization Science. She has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. She brings research into practice by serving her university and community via diversity and inclusion efforts and has received multiple recognitions for her efforts.

 
Gurneeta Vasudeva, Associate Editor 
 Gurneeta Photo New Gurneeta Vasudeva Singh is an associate professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Her research examines the role of inter-organizational alliances and networks for knowledge-building, technological innovation, and sustainable development in different institutional and international settings. Gurneeta is a recipient of best dissertation awards from the Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business. Her research has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal and Research Policy. She has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal and Global Strategy Journal, and as guest editor for Strategic Management Journal. She has a Ph.D. in Strategic Management and Public Policy from the George Washington University and M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from Delhi University. She has worked in international development as an energy policy analyst in Delhi and Washington, D.C.

 
Heather Vough, Associate Editor 
 Heather Vough

Heather Vough is an Associate Professor of Management in the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Heather’s research is focused on understanding how employees make sense of events and setbacks at work, as well as how they construct their identities relative to their careers, professions, organizations, and workgroups. She has used qualitative methods to address these questions across a variety of contexts, including architecture firms, international security organizations, veteran-friendly organizations, start-ups, and call centers. Heather’s work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Relations, among others. In addition to Academy of Management Journal, she has also served on the editorial board of Academy of Management Review, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Relations, and Management Communication Quarterly


 
 Ingo Weller, Associate Editor 
Weller Photo Ingo Weller is Professor of Human Resource Management in the School of Management at LMU Munich, and Co-Director of LMU’s Organizations Research Group. He completed his Habilitation at the Freie Universität Berlin, and received his Dr. rer. pol. (equivalent to Ph.D.) from the University of Flensburg. His research interests include Strategic HR and strategic human capital research, matching processes, and compensation practices. His work has appeared in journals like Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Applied Psychology, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Management, among others. He loves all types of rock climbing and bouldering, and/or runs a marathon from time to time.

 
Daphne W. Yiu, Associate Editor 
 Daphne W. Yiu Daphne Yiu is the Department Chairperson and Professor of Management at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She received a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Oklahoma. Her research examines how organizations make choices of organizational form, corporate and international strategy, as well as corporate governance mechanisms in relation to the institutionalization process, particularly in emerging and transition economies. Before joining the AMJ’s editorial team, she served as an editor/senior editor at Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Corporate Governance: An International Review, and Journal of World Business. She is serving, or has served, on eight editorial review boards including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management Studies, and Organization Science. She was a recipient of AMJ Outstanding Reviewer Award, a Fellow and Past President of Asia Academy of Management, and a member of the Business Studies Panel of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council.

 
Tammar B. Zilber, Associate Editor 
 Tammar B. Zilber Tammar B. Zilber (Ph.D., the Jerusalem School of Business, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem) is interested in how organizations operate in light of their embeddedness within shared meaning systems (institutions), and how people negotiate these meanings on the ground, as part of their daily work—or as they strive to create, maintain, and change institutions. By inquiring into the microfoundations of organizational, field, and societal level institutional dynamics—such as change, maintenance, translation, and the work of logics—Tammar highlights the role of meanings, emotions, and power relations in institutionalization processes. She uses qualitative research methods, and has written on narrative research, field level ethnography, and multimodality. Her work was published in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Inquiry, and other outlets. Tammar has served as guest editor of special issues at Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, and Research in the Sociology of Organizations. She also serves on the EGOS board, has been a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, MIT, Boston College, and UC San Diego, and a research fellow at Gothenburg University.

 
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 {Technical University of Munich, Germany}
 Shaz Ansari {University of Cambridge, UK}
 Susan Ashford {University of Michigan, USA}
 Blake Ashforth {Arizona State University, USA}
 Bruce Avolio {University of Washington, USA}
 Markus Baer {Washington University in St. Louis, USA}
 Michael Baer {Arizona State University, USA}
 Luis Ballesteros {George Washington University, USA}
 Pratima Bansal {Western University, Canada}
 Jeff Barden {Oregon State University, USA}
 Ilidio Barreto {Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal}
 Kathryn M. Bartol {University of Maryland, USA}
 Jean M. Bartunek {Boston College, USA}
 Julie Battilana {Harvard University, USA}
 Brian Becker {State University of New York, Buffalo, USA}
 Michael Bednar {University of Illinois, USA}
 Corinne Bendersky {University of California, Los Angeles, USA}
 Donald D. Bergh {University of Denver, USA}
 Sekou Bermiss {University of Texas, USA}
 Olivier Bertrand {FGV/EBAPE, Brazil}
 Marya Besharov {Cornell University, USA}
 Richard Blackburn {University of North Carolina, USA}
 Terry C. Blum {Georgia Institute of Technology, USA}
 Steven Boivie {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Prashant Bordia {Australian National University, Australia}
 Raina Brands {London Business School, UK}
 Daniel J. Brass {University of Kentucky, USA}
 Doug Brown {University of Waterloo, Canada}
 Jonathan N. Bundy {Arizona State University, USA}
 Ethan Burris {University of Texas, USA}
 Ronald S. Burt {University of Chicago, USA}
 Marcus Butts {Southern Methodist University, USA}
 Elizabeth Campbell {University of Minnesota, USA}
 Joanna Tochman Campbell {University of Cincinnati, USA}
 Albert Cannella {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Teresa Cardador {University of Illinois, USA}
 Nichelle Carpenter {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Brianna Caza {University of Manitoba, Canada}
 S. Trevis Certo {Arizona State University, USA}
 Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang {Michigan State University, USA}
 Prithviraj Chattopadhyay {University of Auckland, New Zealand}
 Gilad Chen {University of Maryland, USA}
 Jianhong Chen {University of New Hampshire, USA}
 Raveendra Chittoor {University of Victoria, Canada}
 Michael Christian {University of North Carolina, USA}
 Roy Chua {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Adam Cobb {University of Texas at Austin, USA}
 Russell Coff {University of Wisconsin, USA}
 Amy Colbert {University of Iowa, USA}
 Benjamin M. Cole {Fordham University, USA}
 Christopher Collins {Cornell University, USA}
 Jason Colquitt {University of Georgia, USA}
 Brian Connelly {Auburn University, USA}
 Cecily Cooper {University of Miami, USA}
 Joep Cornelissen {Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands}
 Stéphane Côté {University of Toronto, Canada}
 Stephen Courtright {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Emily Cox Pahnke {University of Washington, USA}
 Donal Crilly {London Business School, UK}
 Paola Criscuolo {Imperial College London, UK}
 Craig Crossland {University of Notre Dame, USA}
 Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra {Northeastern University, USA}
 Tina Dacin {Queen's University, Canada}
 Elena Dalpiaz {Imperial College London, UK}
 Erik Dane {Rice University, USA}
 Thomas D'Aunno {New York University, USA}
 Parthiban David {American University, USA}
 Vinit Desai {University of Colorado, Denver, USA}
 Sreedhari Desai {University of North Carolina, USA}
 Sanford DeVoe {University of California, Los Angeles, USA}
 Ravi Dharwadkar {Syracuse University, USA}
 Lisa Dragoni {Wake Forest University, USA}
 Michelle Duguid {Cornell University, USA}
 Mark Ehrhart {University of Central Florida, USA}
 Kathleen Eisenhardt {Stanford University, USA}
 Gokhan Ertug {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Dries Faems {WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany}
 Ruolian Fang {University of Western Australia, Australia}
 Crystal Farh {University of Washington, USA}
 Emilie Feldman {University of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Martha Feldman {University of California-Irvine, USA}
 D. Lance Ferris {Michigan State University, USA}
 Caroline Flammer {Boston University, USA}
 Steven W. Floyd {University of Massachusetts, USA}
 Maw-Der Foo {Nanyang Technological University, Singapore}
 Trevor Foulk {University of Maryland, USA}
 Hans Frankort {City, University of London, UK}
 Michael Frese {National University of Singapore, Singapore}
 Stacie Furst-Holloway {University of Cincinnati, USA}
 Daniel Gamache {University of Georgia, USA}
 Sam Garg {Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK}
 Joel Gehman {University of Alberta, Canada}
 Marta Geletkanycz {Boston College, USA}
 Elizabeth George {University of Auckland, New Zealand}
 Gerald George {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Yaping Gong {Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK}
 Scott Graffin {University of Georgia, USA}
 Nina Granqvist {Aalto University, Finland}
 Adam Grant {University of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Matthew Grimes {University of Cambridge, UK}
 Markus Groth {University of New South Wales, Australia}
 Marc Gruber {EPFL, Switzerland}
 Jerayr (John) Haleblian {University of California, Riverside, USA}
 Donald C. Hambrick {The Pennsylvania State University, USA}
 Derek Harmon {University of Michigan, USA}
 David Harrison {University of Texas at Austin, USA}
 Spencer Harrison {INSEAD, France}
 John Hausknecht {Cornell University, USA}
 Bonnie Hayden Cheng {The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK}
 Ralph Heidl {University of Oregon, USA}
 Daniel Heller {Tel-Aviv University, Israel}
 Wesley Helms {Brock University, Canada}
 Loizos Heracleous {University of Warwick, UK}
 Morela Hernandez {University of Virginia, USA}
 Pursey Heugens {Erasmus University RSM, Netherlands}
 Aaron Hill {University of Florida, USA}
 Amy Hillman {Arizona State University, USA}
 Michael A. Hitt {Texas Christian University, USA}
 Keith Hmieleski {Texas Christian University, USA}   
 Inga Hoever {Erasmus University, Netherlands}
 John R. Hollenbeck {Michigan State University, USA}
 Elaine Hollensbe {University of Cincinnati, USA}
 Peter Hom {Arizona State University, USA}
 Astrid Homan {University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands}
 Jenny Hoobler {University of Pretoria, South Africa} 
 Michael Howard {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Jia (Jasmine) Hu {Ohio State University, USA}
 Kenneth Huang {National University of Singapore, Singapore}
 Laura Huang {Harvard University, USA}
 Xu Huang {Hong Kong Baptist University, HK}
 Timothy Hubbard {University of Notre Dame, USA}
 Stephen E. Humphrey {The Pennsylvania State University, USA}
 Charlice Hurst {University of Notre Dame, USA}
  Srividya Jandhyala  {ESSEC Business School, Singapore}
 Justin Jansen {Erasmus University, Netherlands}
 Nan Jia {University of Southern California, USA}
 Kaifeng Jiang {Ohio State University, USA}
 Russell Johnson {Michigan State University, USA}
 Aparna Joshi {The Pennsylvania State University, USA}
 Rebecca Kehoe {Cornell University, USA}
 Thomas Keil {University of Zurich, Switzerland}
 Kate Kellogg {Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA}
 Gavin Kilduff {New York University, USA}
 Bradley Kirkman {North Carolina State University, USA}
 Jennifer Kish-Gephart {University of Arkansas, USA}
 Brian Klaas {University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA}
 Anthony Klotz {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Joel Koopman {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Reddi Kotha {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Maryam Kouchaki {Northwestern University, USA}
 Ryan Krause {Texas Christian University, USA}
 Tomi Laamanen {University of St. Gallen, Switzerland}
 Lisa Schurer Lambert {Oklahoma State University, USA}
 Klodiana Lanaj {University of Florida, USA}
 Donald Lange {Arizona State University, USA}
 Ann Langley {HEC Montreal, Canada}
 Dovev Lavie {Bocconi University, Italy}
 Kenneth S. Law {Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK}
 Keith Leavitt {Oregon State University, USA}
 Matthew Lee {New York University, USA}
 Lisa Leslie {New York University, USA}
 Ed Levitas {University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA}
 Haiyang Li {Rice University, USA}
 Jiatao Li {Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK}
 Reut Livne-Tarandach {University of Oregon, USA}
 Sally Maitlis {University of Oxford, UK}
 Mark Maltarich {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Michael Mannor {University of Notre Dame, USA}
 Saku Mantere {McGill University, Canada}
 Massimo Maoret {University of Navarra, Spain}
 Jennifer Carson Marr {University of Maryland, USA}
 Sean R. Martin {University of Virginia, USA}
 John Mathieu {University of Connecticut, USA}
 Elie Matta {HEC Paris, France}
 Fadel Matta {University of Georgia, USA}
 Kyle Mayer {University of Southern California, USA}
 Dan McAllister {National University of Singapore, Singapore}
 Michael McDonald {University of Texas, San Antonio, USA}
 Mary-Hunter McDonnell {University of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Anita McGahan {University of Toronto, Canada}
 Gerry McNamara {Michigan State University, USA}
 Jochen Menges {University of Zurich, Switzerland}
 Luiz F. Mesquita {Arizona State University, USA}
 Chet C. Miller {University of Houston, USA}
 Yuri Mishina {Imperial College London, UK}
 Marie S. Mitchell {University of Georgia, USA}
 Jennifer Mueller {University of San Diego, USA}
 Louis Mulotte {Tilburg University, Netherlands}
 Sucheta Nadkarni {University of Cambridge, UK}
 Rajiv Nag {Drexel University, USA}
 Jennifer Nahrgang {Arizona State University, USA}
 Anthony Nyberg {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Tae-Youn Park {Cornell University, USA}
 Srikanth Paruchuri {The Pennsylvania State University, USA}
 Pankaj Patel {Villanova University, USA}
 Holger Patzelt {Technical University of Munich, Germany}
 Matt Pearsall {University of North Carolina, USA}
 Ann Peng {University of Missouri, USA}
 Jill Perry-Smith {Emory University, USA}
 Mike Pfarrer {University of Georgia, USA}
 Nelson Phillips {Imperial College London, UK}
 Marko Pitesa {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Robert Ployhart {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Nathan Podsakoff {University of Arizona, USA}
 Tim Pollock {University of Tennessee_Knoxville, USA}
 Christopher Porter {Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA}
 Richard Priem {Texas Christian University, USA}{
 Cuili Qian {University of Texas at Dallas, USA}
 Sebastian Raisch {University of Geneva, Switzerland}
 Lakshmi Ramarajan {Harvard University, USA}
 Davide Ravasi {University College London, UK}
 Elizabeth Ravlin {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Trish Reay {University of Alberta, Canada}
 Erin Reid {McMaster University, Canada}
 Andreas Richter {University of Cambridge, UK}
 Kevin Rockmann {George Mason University, USA}
 Jessica Rodell {University of Georgia, USA}
 Kristie Rogers {Marquette University, USA}
 Ashleigh Shelby Rosette {Duke University, USA}
 Kendall Roth {University of South Carolina, USA}
 Elizabeth Rouse {Boston University, USA}
 Michael Russo {University of Oregon, USA}
 John Schaubroeck {Michigan State University, USA}
 Mario Schijven {University of Illinois, USA}
 Oliver Schilke {University of Arizona, USA}
 Brent Scott {Michigan State University, USA}
 Metin Sengul {Boston College, USA}
 Margaret Shaffer {University of Oklahoma, USA}
 Jason D. Shaw {Nanyang Technological University, Singapore}
 Dean A. Shepherd {University of Notre Dame, USA}
 Peter Sherer {University of Calgary, Canada}
 Elad Sherf {University of North Carolina, USA}
 Abbie Shipp {Texas Christian University, USA}
 Lynn Shore {Colorado State University, USA}
 Christine Shropshire {Arizona State University, USA}
 Tal Simons {Erasmus University, USA}
 Zeki Simsek {Clemson University, USA}
 David Sirmon {University of Washington, USA}
 Wendy Smith {University of Delaware, USA}
 Scott Sonenshein {Rice University, USA}
 Sabine Sonnentag {University of Mannheim, Germany}
 David Souder {University of Connecticut, USA}
 Gretchen M. Spreitzer {University of Michigan, USA}
 Wouter Stam {VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands}
 Kevin Steensma {University of Washington, USA}
 Riki Takeuchi {University of Texas at Dallas, USA}
 Subrahmaniam Tangirala {University of Maryland, USA}
 Murat Tarakci {Erasmus University, Netherlands}
 Anne Ter Wal {Imperial College London, UK}
 Stefan Thau {INSEAD, Singapore}
 Madeline Toubiana {University of Alberta, Canada}
 Paul Tracey {University of Cambridge, UK}
 Charlie Trevor {University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA}
 Wenpin Tsai {The Pennsylvania State University, USA}
 Eric Tsang {University of Texas at Dallas, USA}
 Eero Vaara {Aalto University, Finland}
 Gerben van der Vegt {University of Groningen, Netherlands}
 Linn Van Dyne {Michigan State University, USA}
 Wendy Van Ginkel {Drexel University, USA}
 Daan van Knippenberg {Drexel University, USA}
 Balagopal Vissa {INSEAD, Singapore}
 Ryan Vogel {Temple University, USA}
 Georg Von Krogh {ETH Zurich, Switzerland}
 Maxim Voronov {York University, Canada}
 Anu Wadhwa {Imperial College London, UK}
 David Wagner {University of Oregon, USA}
 David Waldman {Arizona State University, USA}
 Frank Walter {University of Giessen, Germany}
 William P. Wan {Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK}
 Connie Wanberg {University of Minnesota, USA}
 Justin Webb {University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA}
 Carmen Weigelt {Tulane University, USA}
 Ned Wellman {Arizona State University, USA}
 Scott Wiltermuth {University of Southern California, USA}
 Michael Withers {Texas A&M University, USA}
 Adam Wowak {University of Notre Dame, USA}
 Tyler Wry {University of Pennsylvania, USA}
 Jeffrey York {University of Colorado, Boulder, USA}
 Yan Anthea Zhang {Rice University, USA}
 Zhen Zhang {Arizona State University, USA}
 Cyndi Man Zhang {Singapore Management University, Singapore}
 Eric Yanfei Zhao {Indiana University, USA}
 Pavel Zhelyazkov {Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK}
 Yanfeng Zheng {University of Hong Kong, HK}
 Jing Zhu {Nanyang Technological University, Singapore}
 David Zhu {Arizona State University, USA}

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