November 19, 2018
Published Refereed Articles
Nadler, A., Jiao, P., Alexander, V., Johnson, C.J., Zak, P. J., 2018, The Bull of Wall Street: Experimental Analysis of Testosterone and Asset Trading, Management Science, September, 64 (9): 3971-4470.
Raiha, D., 2018, Economic Influence Activities, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Winter, 27 (4): 830-843.
Schaubroeck, J.M., Lam, L.W., Lai, J.Y.M., Lennard, A.C., Peng, A.C., Chan, K.W., 2018, Changing Experiences of Work Dirtiness, Occupational Disidentification, and Employee Withdrawal, Journal of Applied Psychology, October, 103 (10): 1086-1100.
Stallkamp, M., Pinkham, B.C. (Adjunct), Schotter, A., Buchel, O., 2018, Core or Periphery? The Effects of Country-of-Origin Agglomerations on the Within-Country Expansion of MNEs, Journal of International Business Studies, October, 49 (8): 942-966.
van Dick, R., Lemoine, J., Steffens, N., Kerschreiter, R., Akfirat, S.A., Avanzi, L., Dumont, K., Epitropaki, O., Fransen, K., Giessner, S., Gonzalez, R., Kark, R., Lipponen, J., Markovitz, Y., Monzani, L., et al., 2018, Identity leadership going global: Results from an international validation study of the Identity Leadership Inventory, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, December, 91 (4): 697-728.
Vergne, J-P., Wernicke, G.W., Brenner, S.H.B., 2018, Signal incongruence and its consequences: A study of media disapproval and CEO overcompensation, Organization Science, September/October, 29 (5): 755-987.
Wilson, J.G., Chen, J., 2018, On the optimality of coupon books, Annals of Operations Research, September, 268 (1-2): 405-423.
SSHRC Trans-Atlantic Platform – Social Innovation Call
This program supports international projects that can contribute to increasing our understanding of societal transformations and the role of social innovation.
The call brings together funding organizations from Brazil, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom, and is open to teams with members from at least three of these countries. Teams must include partners from both sides of the Atlantic.
Collaboration through this call will enable researchers to:
- address social challenges, such as the digital divide; urban and rural developments and cohesion; access to public services and infrastructure; ethnic conflicts; human rights and legislation; the current state of democracy; and equality and social, political and human values;
- learn from the experiences of multisectoral collaboration for social innovation practiced on both sides of the Atlantic (e.g., innovative forms of economic organization, new digital technologies and accessibility; global and local environmental issues and sustainable development; strategies for social cohesion; integration of health and social care services; and improvement of education and overcoming of linguistic barriers);
- apply and adapt approaches from one locale to another; and
- generalize and/or scale up local experiences.
|Duration:||Up to 36 months|
Ivey & Western: TBA
|Webinar:||November 22, 2018, 12:30pm|