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Resource dependence theory: Past and future
GF Davis, J Adam Cobb
Stanford's organization theory renaissance, 1970–2000, 21-42, 2010
10582010
More than a metaphor: Assessing the historical legacy of resource dependence and its contemporary promise as a theory of environmental complexity
T Wry, JA Cobb, HE Aldrich
The Academy of Management Annals 7 (1), 441-488, 2013
2972013
How firms shape income inequality: Stakeholder power, executive decision making, and the structuring of employment relationships
J Adam Cobb
Academy of Management Review 41 (2), 324-348, 2016
2152016
Funding financial inclusion: Institutional logics and the contextual contingency of funding for microfinance organizations
JA Cobb, T Wry, EY Zhao
Academy of Management Journal 59 (6), 2103-2131, 2016
1852016
Corporations and economic inequality around the world: The paradox of hierarchy
GF Davis, JA Cobb
Research in Organizational Behavior 30, 35-53, 2010
1372010
Risky business: The decline of defined benefit pensions and firms’ shifting of risk
JA Cobb
Organization Science 26 (5), 1332-1350, 2015
97*2015
Growing apart: The changing firm-size wage premium and its inequality consequences
JA Cobb, KH Lin
Organization Science 28 (3), 429-446, 2017
832017
Take a stand or keep your seat: Board turnover after social movement boycotts
MH McDonnell, JA Cobb
Academy of Management Journal 63 (4), 1028-1053, 2020
502020
These unequal states: Corporate organization and income inequality in the United States
JA Cobb, FG Stevens
Administrative Science Quarterly 62 (2), 304-340, 2017
322017
Eyes on the horizon? Fragmented elites and the short-term focus of the American corporation
RA Benton, JA Cobb
American journal of sociology 124 (6), 1631-1684, 2019
242019
Firm partisan positioning, polarization, and risk communication: Examining voluntary disclosures on COVID‐19
RA Benton, JA Cobb, T Werner
Strategic management journal 43 (4), 697-723, 2022
172022
When saying less is something new: Social movements and frame contraction processes
M Lavine, JA Cobb, CJ Roussin
Mobilization 22 (3), 275-292, 2017
142017
Managing the conflicting interests of workers and shareholders: Evidence from pension-assumption manipulations
JA Cobb
ILR Review 72 (3), 523-551, 2019
8*2019
Human thriving: Measurement, validation, and implications for organizations
G Spreitzer, A Cobb, F Stevens
A paper presented at the 2008 Academy of Management Meeting in Anaheim, CA, 2008
62008
Making sense of (mis) matched frames of reference: A dynamic cognitive theory of (in) stability in HR practices: A dialogue
JA Cobb
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 61 (3), 319-323, 2022
12022
How Do I Compare? The Effect of Work-Unit Demographics on Reactions to Pay Inequality
J Adam Cobb, JR Keller, S Nurmohamed
ILR Review 75 (3), 665-692, 2022
12022
Women, Minorities, and Non-Union Workers Continue to Dominate Low-Wage Markets, and Experience Job Insecurity and Limited Upward Mobility
KH Lin, C Arag„o, JA Cobb
PRC Research & Policy Brief Series, 2020
12020
How Firms Shape Income Inequality: A Rejoinder to Zardkoohi and Bierman
JA Cobb
Academy of Management Review 41 (4), 749-754, 2016
12016
The members of the Editorial Board gratefully acknowledge the contribu-tion of the following individuals who evaluated manuscripts for the Review between July 1, 2019, andJune†…
JA Cobb
The members of the Editorial Board gratefully acknowledge the contribu-tion of the following individuals who evaluated manuscripts for the Review between July 1, 2017, andJune†…
JA Cobb
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