Jerayr Haleblian
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Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion
J Haleblian, S Finkelstein
Academy of management journal 36 (4), 844-863, 1993
16401993
The influence of organizational acquisition experience on acquisition performance: A behavioral learning perspective
J Haleblian, S Finkelstein
Administrative Science Quarterly 44 (1), 29-56, 1999
15431999
Taking stock of what we know about mergers and acquisitions: A review and research agenda
J Haleblian, CE Devers, G McNamara, MA Carpenter, RB Davison
Journal of management 35 (3), 469-502, 2009
11492009
THE INFLUENCE OF ACQUISITION EXPERIENCE AND PERFORMANCE ON ACQUISITION BEHAVIOR: EVIDENCE FROM THE US COMMERCIAL BANKING INDUSTRY.
JJ HALEBLIAN, N KIM, JI-YUB (JAY), and RAJAGOPLAN
Academy of Management Journal 49 (2), 357-370, 2006
4872006
Understanding acquisition performance: The role of transfer effects
S Finkelstein, J Haleblian
Organization Science 13 (1), 36-47, 2002
4872002
The performance implications of participating in an acquisition wave: Early mover advantages, bandwagon effects, and the moderating influence of industry characteristics and …
GM McNamara, J Haleblian, BJ Dykes
Academy of Management Journal 51 (1), 113-130, 2008
3582008
The effects of board human and social capital on investor reactions to new CEO selection
J Tian, J Haleblian, N Rajagopalan
Strategic management journal 32 (7), 731-747, 2011
2802011
When firms are desperate to grow via acquisition: The effect of growth patterns and acquisition experience on acquisition premiums
JY Kim, J Haleblian, S Finkelstein
Administrative science quarterly 56 (1), 26-60, 2011
2182011
Exploring firm characteristics that differentiate leaders from followers in industry merger waves: A competitive dynamics perspective
J Haleblian, G McNamara, K Kolev, BJ Dykes
Strategic Management Journal 33 (9), 1037-1052, 2012
1452012
All aspirations are not created equal: The differential effects of historical and social aspirations on acquisition behavior
JY Kim, S Finkelstein, J Haleblian
Academy of Management Journal 58 (5), 1361-1388, 2015
1322015
A cognitive model of CEO dismissal: Understanding the influence of board perceptions, attributions and efficacy beliefs
J Haleblian, N Rajagopalan
Journal of Management studies 43 (5), 1009-1026, 2006
1282006
How firms learn heuristics: Uncovering missing components of organizational learning
CB Bingham, J Haleblian
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 6 (2), 152-177, 2012
1012012
Ready, AIM, acquire: Impression offsetting and acquisitions
SD Graffin, J Haleblian, JT Kiley
Academy of Management Journal 59 (1), 232-252, 2016
882016
High‐reputation firms and their differential acquisition behaviors
JJ Haleblian, MD Pfarrer, JT Kiley
Strategic Management Journal 38 (11), 2237-2254, 2017
552017
Do they walk the talk? Gauging acquiring CEO and director confidence in the value creation potential of announced acquisitions
CE Devers, G McNamara, J Haleblian, ME Yoder
Academy of Management Journal 56 (6), 1679-1702, 2013
552013
Give it to us straight (most of the time): Top managers’ use of concrete language and its effect on investor reactions
L Pan, G McNamara, JJ Lee, J Haleblian, CE Devers
Strategic Management Journal 39 (8), 2204-2225, 2018
462018
A review of the merger and acquisition wave literature: History, antecedents, consequences and future directions
K Kolev, J Haleblian, G McNamara
The handbook of mergers and acquisitions, 19-39, 2012
332012
In country we trust? National trust and the governance of international R&D alliances
SW Kwon, J Haleblian, J Hagedoorn
Journal of International Business Studies 47 (7), 807-829, 2016
222016
Top managerial cognitions, past performance, and strategic change: A theoretical framework
J Haleblian, N Rajagopalan
Strategy process, 2005
222005
Impression offsetting as an early warning signal of low CEO confidence in acquisitions
DL Gamache, G McNamara, SD Graffin, J Kiley, J Haleblian, CE Devers
Academy of Management Journal 62 (5), 1307-1332, 2019
162019
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