Business Research

Journal Articles 2012

Argo, J.J., Shiv, B. (2012). Are white lies as innocuous as we think? Journal of Consumer Research, 38 (6): 1093-1102

Argo, J.J., White, K. (2012). When do consumers eat more? The role of appearance self-esteem and food packaging cues. Journal of Marketing, 76 (2): 67-80

Biondi, Y., Glover, J., Jamal, K., Ohlson, J.A., Penman, S., Sunder, S., Tsujiyama, E. (AAA FASC Committee). (2012). Commentary: Some conceptual tensions in financial reporting. Accounting Horizons, 26 (1): 125-133

Chrisman, J.J., Chua, J.H., Pearson, A.W., Barnett, T. (2012). Family involvement, family influence, and family-centered non-economic goals in small firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 36 (2): 267-293

Chrisman, J.J., Patel, P.C. (2012). Variations in R&D investments of family and non-family firms: Behavioral agency and myopic loss aversion perspectives. Academy of Management Journal, 55 (4): 976-997

Dahl, D.W., Argo, J.J., Morales, A.C. (2012). Social information in the retail environment: The importance of consumption alignment, referent identity and self-esteem. Journal of Consumer Research, 38 (5): 860-871

Davis, R.A., Mikosch, T., Cribben, I. (2012). Towards estimating extremal serial dependence via the bootstrapped extremogram. Journal of Econometrics, 170 (1): 142-152

Delasay, M., Kolfal, B., Ingolfsson, A. (2012). Maximizing throughput in finite-source parallel queue systems. European Journal of Operational Research, 217 (3): 554-559

Dellaert, B.G.C., Häubl, G. (2012). Searching in choice mode: Consumer decision processes in product search with recommendations. Journal of Marketing Research, 49 (2): 277-288

Di Muro, F., Murray, K.B. (2012). An arousal regulation explanation of mood effects on consumer choice. Journal of Consumer Research, 39 (3): 574-584

Garud, R., Gehman, J., (2012). Metatheoretical perspectives on sustainability journeys: Evolutionary, relational and durational. Research Policy, 41 (6): 980-995. This research was part of a special issue that won the Chris Freeman Award for “a significant collective contribution to the interaction of science and technology studies with the study of innovation.”

Ge, X., Häubl, G., Elrod, T. (2012). What to say when: Influencing consumer choice by delaying the presentation of favourable information. Journal of Consumer Research, 38 (6): 1004-1021

Han, J., Liu, R., Zhang, J. (2012). Globalization and wage inequality: Evidence from urban China. Journal of International Economics, 87 (2): 288-297

Hertzel, M.G., Huson, M., Parrino, R. (2012). Public market staging: The timing of capital infusions in newly public firms. Journal of Financial Economics, 106 (1): 72-90

Hughes, K.D., Jennings, J.E., Brush, C., Carter, S., Welter, F. (2012). Extending women’s entrepreneurship research in new directions. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 36 (3): 429-442

Huson, M., Tian, Y., Wiedman, C.I., Wier, H.A. (2012). Compensation committees’ treatment of earnings components in CEOs’ terminal years. The Accounting Review, 87 (1): 231-259

Ingolfsson, A., Tang, L. (2012). Efficient and reliable computation of birth-death process performance measures. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 24 (1): 29-41

Jamal, K. (2012). Dysfunctional consequences of disclosure. Accounting Horizons, 26 (2): 381-383

McLean, R.D., Zhang, T., Zhao, M. (2012). Why does the law matter? Investor protection and its effects on investment, finance and growth. Journal of Finance, 67 (1): 313-350

Mehta, N. Ma, Y. (2012). A multicategory model of consumers’ purchase incidence, quantity, and brand choice decisions: Methodological issues and implications on promotional decisions. Journal of Marketing Research, 49 (4): 435-451

Miller, T.L., Grimes, M., McMullen, J.S., Vogus, T.J. (2012). Venturing for others with heart and head: How compassion encourages social entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Review, 37 (4): 616-640

Moore, S.G. (2012).  Some things are better left unsaid: How word of mouth influences the storyteller. Journal of Consumer Research, 38 (6): 1140-1154. 2012 Robert Ferber Award for the Best Dissertation-based Article 

Moore, S.G., Neal, D.T., Fitzsimons, G.J., Shiv, B. (2012). Wolves in sheep’s clothing: How and when hypothetical questions influence behavior. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 117 (1): 168-178

Murray, K.B., Häubl, G. (2012). Why dominant companies are vulnerable. Sloan Management Review, 53 (2): 12-14

Samorani, M., Laguna, M. (2012). Data-mining-driven neighbourhood search. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 24 (2): 210-227

Smets, M., Morris, T., Greenwood, R.  (2012).  From practice to field: A multilevel model of practice-driven institutional change. Academy of Management Journal, 55 (4): 877-904. 2013 Best Paper Award 

Trudel, R., Murray, K.B., Cotte, J. (2012). Beyond expectations: The effect of regulatory focus on consumer satisfaction. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 29 (1): 93-97

Zellweger, T.M., Kellermanns, F.W., Chrisman, J.J., Chua, J.H. (2012). Family control and family firm valuation by family CEOs: The importance of intentions for transgenerational control. Organization Science, 23 (3): 851-868