I am pleased to share with you Table of Contents for MOR Volume 14, Issue 1.
Of particular interest is MOR’s renewed interest in indigenous scholarship, with Professor Andrew Van de Ven joining MOR’s editorial team as Deputy Editor for 'Engaged Indigenous Scholarship'.
I very much trust that you will find reading this issue interesting, and will share the articles with your colleagues doing research in similar areas!
Best wishes always,
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Arie Y. Lewin
Management and Organization Review
Management and Organization Review 14.1
Arie Y. Lewin
Nancy DiTomaso and Yanjie Bian
The Structure of Labor Markets in the US and China: Social Capital and Guanxi
Evgeniya Balabanova, Alexey Rebrov, and Alexei Koveshnikov
Managerial Styles in Privately Owned Domestic Organizations in Russia: Heterogeneity, Antecedents, and Organizational Implications
Property Rights, Deregulation, and Entrepreneurial Development in a Transition Economy
Wei He, Ru-Yi Zhou, Li-Rong Long, Xu Huang, and Po Hao
Self-Sacrificial Leadership and Followers’ Affiliative and Challenging Citizenship Behaviors: A Relational Self-Concept Based Study in China
Wen Pan and Li-Yun Sun
A Self-Regulation Model of Zhong Yong Thinking and Employee Adaptive Performance
Runtian Jing and Andrew Van de Ven
Toward a Chance Management View of Organizational Change
Debabrata Chatterjee and Sreevas Sahasranamam
Technological Innovation Research in China and India: A Bibliometric Analysis for the Period 1991–2015
Dialogue, Discourse, and Debate
Introduction to a Scholar’s Quest
James G. March
Managers Fail to Innovate and Academics Fail to Explain How
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