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This is a partial list of recent refereed journal articles.

Dirks, K. Kim, P., Ferrin, D., & Cooper, C. (2011).  Understanding the effects of substantive responses on trust following a transgression.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 114, 87-103.

Kim, P., Dirks, K., & Cooper, C. (2009).  The repair of trust: A dynamic bi-lateral perspective and multi-level conceptualization.  Academy of Management Review, 34(3), 401-422.

Gibson, C., Cooper, C., & Conger, J. (2009).  Do you see what we see? The complex effects of perceptual distance between leaders and teams.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(1), 62-76.

Augustine, M. & Cooper, C. (2009).  Getting the most from strategic partnering: A tale of two alliances.  Organization Dynamics, 38(1), 37-51.

Cooper, C. (2008).  Elucidating the bonds of workplace humor: A relational process model.  Human Relations, 61(8), 1087-1115.

Ferrin, D., Kim, P., Cooper, C., & Dirks, K. (2007).  Silence speaks volumes: The effectiveness of reticence in comparison to apology and denial for responding to integrity- and competence-based trust violations.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 92(4), 893.

Kim, P., Dirks, K., Cooper, C., & Ferrin, D. (2006).  When more blame is better than less: The implications of internal vs. external attributions for the repair of trust after a competence- vs. integrity-based trust violation.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 99(1), 49.

Cooper, C. (2005).  Just joking around? Employee humor expression as an ingratiatory behavior.  Academy of Management Review, 30(4), 765.

Cooper, C., Scandura, T., & Schriesheim, C. (2005).  Looking forward but learning from our past: Potential challenges to developing authentic leadership theory and authentic leaders.  The Leadership Quarterly, 16(3), 475-493.

Daniels, J., Krug, J., & Trevino, L. (2007).  Foreign direct investment from Latin America and the Caribbean.  Transnational Corporations, 16(1), 27-53.

Daniels, J. & Perez, R. (2007).  Environmental dynamics and collaboration: Case studies of U.S.-Russian aerospace joint ventures.  The Journal of High Technology Research, 17, 175-185.

Martinko, M., Harvey, P. & Dasborough, M. (2010).  Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: A case of unrealized potential.  Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32(1), 144-149.

Jordan, P., Dasborough, M., Daus, C., & Ashkanasy N. (2010).  A call to context: Comments on emotional intelligence and emotional and social competencies.  Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and practice, 3, 145-148.

Dasborough, M., Ashkanasy, N., Tee, Y., & Tse, H. (2009).  What goes around comes around: How meso-level negative emotional contagion can ultimately determine organizational attitudes toward leaders.  The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 571-585.

Antonakis, J., Ashkanasy, N. & Dasborough, M. (2009).  Does leadership need emotional intelligence?  The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 247-261.

Tse, H., Dasborough, M., & Ashkanasy, N. (2008).  A multilevel analysis of team climate and interpersonal exchange relationships at work.  The Leadership Quarterly, 19, 195-211.

Tse, H. & Dasborough, M. (2008).  A study of exchange and emotions in team member relationships.  Group & Organization Management: An International Journal, 33, 194-215.

Dasborough, M. (2006).  Cognitive asymmetry in employee emotional reactions to leadership behaviors.  The Leadership Quarterly, 17, 163-178.

Sue-Chan, C. & Dasborough, M. (2006).  The influence of relation-based and rule-based regulation on hiring decisions in the Australian and Chinese cultural contexts.  International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17, 1267-1292.

Harvey, P. & Dasborough, M. (2006).  Consequences of employee attributions in the workplace: The role of emotional intelligence.  Psicothema, 18, 145-151.

Gurnani, H., Erkoc, M., & Luo, Y. (2007).  Impact of product pricing and timing of investment decisions on supply chain co-opetition.  European Journal of Operational Research, 180(1), 228-248.

Jayaraman, V., Narayanan, S., Luo, Y., & Swaminathan, J. (forthcoming).  Offshoring business process services and governance control mechanisms in emerging markets: An examination of service providers from India.  Production and Operations Management.

Narayanan, S., Jayaraman, V., Luo, Y., & Swaminathan, J. (2010).  The antecedents of process integration in business process outsourcing and its effect on firm performance.  Journal of Operations Management, 29(1/2), 3-16.

Jayaraman, V. & Singh, R. (forthcoming).  Impact of sustainable manufacturing practices on consumer perception and revenue growth: An emerging economy perspective.  International Journal of Production Research.

Jayaraman, V., Baker, T., & Lee, J. (2010).  Strategic end-of-life management of electronic assembly product recovery in sustainable supply chain systems.  International Journal of Operational Research, 71(1), 54-73.

Agarwal, A. & Jayaraman, V. (2010).  Scheduling to minimize penalties for a non-dedicated supplier in integrated supply chains.  International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 19(1/2), 68-81.

Ross, A., Jayaraman, V., Rodrigues, A., & Mollenkopf, D. (2010).  Repositioning of reusable containers in a sustainable global supply chain environment.  International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research, 2(2), 178-204.

Ross, A. & Jayaraman, V. (2009).  Strategic purchases of bundled products in a health care supply chain environment.  Decision Sciences Journal, 40(2), 269-293.

Jayaraman, V. (2009).  What is the buzz about the cross-functional role of purchasing in a sustainable supply chain environment?  International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, 5(1/2), 7-20.

Hassanzadeh, P., Sodhi, M., & Jayaraman, V. (2009).  A visual interactive optimization tool for analyzing alternate locations for petroleum distribution facilities: Towards building an intelligent decision support system.  International Journal of Operational Research, 4(1), 1-22.

Ross, A. & Jayaraman, V. (2008).  An evaluation of new heuristics for the location of cross-docks and distribution centers in supply chain network design.  Computers and Industrial Engineering, 55(1), 64-79.

Jayaraman, V., Ross, A., & Agarwal, A. (2008).  Role of information technology and collaboration in reverse logistics supply chains.  International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 11(6), 409-425.

Linton, J., Klassen, R., & Jayaraman, V. (2007).  Sustainable supply chain management.  Journal of Operations Management, 25(6), 1075-1083.

Jayaraman, V. & Luo, Y. (2007).  Creating competitive advantages through new value creation: A reverse logistics perspective.  Academy of Management Perspectives, 21(2), 56-73.

Ferguson, M., Jayaraman, V., & Souza, G. (2007).  Note: An application of the EOQ model with non-linear holding costs to inventory management of perishables.  European Journal of Operational Research, 180, 485-490.

Ross, A., Jayaraman, V., & Robinson, P. (2007).  Optimizing 3PL service delivery using a cost-to-serve and action research framework.  International Journal of Production Research, 45(1), 83-101.

Kerr, J. & Werther, W. (2008).  The next frontier in corporate governance: Engaging the board in strategy.  Organizational Dynamics, 37(2), 112-124.

Kerr, J. & Slocum, J. (2005).  Managing corporate culture through reward systems.  Academy of Management Executive, 19(4), 130.

Luo, Y. & Shenkar, O. (2010).  Toward a perspective of cultural friction in international business.  Journal of International Management, 17(1), 1-14.

Luo, Y., Cacchione, M., Junkunc, M., & Lu, S.  Entrepreneurial pioneer of international venturing: The case of Huawei.  Organizational Dynamics.

Luo, Y., Zhao, H., Wang, Y., & Xi, Y. (forthcoming).  Venturing abroad by emerging market enterprises: A test of dual strategic intents.  Management International Review.

Luo, Y. & Zhao, H. (forthcoming).  Doing business in a transitional society: Economic environment and relational political strategy for multinationals.  Business & Society.

Luo, Y., Liu, Y., Zhang, L., & Huang, Y. (2011).  A taxonomy of control mechanisms and effects on channel cooperation in China.  Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 39(2), 307-326.

Luo, Y., Xue, Q., & Han, B. (2010).  How emerging market governments promote outward FDI: Experience from China.  Journal of World Business, 45(1), 68-79.

Luo, Y., Zheng, Q., & Jayaraman, V. (2010).  Managing business process outsourcing.  Organizational Dynamics, 39(3), 205-217.

Luo, Y. (forthcoming).  Strategic responses to perceived corruption in an emerging market: Lessons from MNEs investing in China.  Business & Society.

Luo, Y. & Rui, H. (2009).  An ambidexterity perspective toward multinational enterprises from emerging economies.  Academy of Management Perspective, 23(4), 49-70.

Liu, Y., Luo, Y., & Ting, L. (2009).  Governing buyer-supplier relationships through transactional and relational mechanisms: Evidence from China.  Journal of Operations Management, 27(4), 294-309.

Luo, Y., Liu, Y., & Xue, J. (2009).  Relationship investment and channel performance: An analysis of mediating forces.  Journal of Management Studies, 46(7), 1113-1137.

Luo, Y. (2009).  Are we on the same page? Justice disagreement in international joint ventures.  Journal of World Business, 44(3), 383-399.

Luo, Y. (2009).  From gain-sharing to gain-generation: The quest for distributive justice in international joint ventures.  Journal of International Management, 15(4), 343-356.

Luo, Y. & Han, B. (2009).  Graft and business in emerging economies: An ecological perspective.  Journal of World Business, 44(3), 225-237.

Luo, Y., Shenkar, O., & Gurnani, H. (2008).  Strategic alliances as loosely couple systems: An interactive typology of control and cooperation.  Journal of International Business Studies, 39(3), 428-453.

Luo, Y. & Junkunc, M. (2008).  How private enterprises respond to government bureaucracy in emerging economies: The effects of entrepreneurial type and governance.  Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, (22)2, 133-153.

Shenkar, O., Luo, Y., & Yeheskel, O. (2008).  From “distance” to “friction”: Substituting metaphors and redirecting intercultural research.  Academy of Management Review, 33(4), 905-923.

Luo, Y. (2008).  Structuring interorganizational cooperation: The role of economic integration in strategic alliances.  Strategic Management Journal, 29(6), 617-638.

Luo, Y. (2008).  Procedural justice and interfirm cooperation in strategic alliances.  Strategic Management Journal, 29(1), 27-46.

Luo, Y. (2008).  A strategic analysis of product recalls: The role of moral degradation and organizational control.  Management and Organization Review, 42(2), 183-196.

Zhan, W. & Luo, Y. (2008).  Performance implications of capability exploitation and upgrading in international joint ventures.  Management International Review, 48(2), 227-253.

Luo, Y. (2008).  The changing Chinese culture and business behavior: The perspective of intertwinement between guanxi and corruption.  International Business Review, 17(2), 188-193.

Luo, Y. (2007).  The independent and interactive roles of procedural, distributive and interactional justice in strategic alliances.  Academy of Management Journal, 50(3), 644-664.

Luo, Y. (2007).  An integrated anti-opportunism system in international exchange.  Journal of International Business Studies, 38(6), 855-877.

Luo, Y. (2007).  Are joint venture partners more opportunistic in a more volatile environment?  Strategic Management Journal, 28(1), 39-61.

Luo, Y. (2008).  Structuring interorganizational cooperation: The role of economic integration in strategic alliances.  Strategic Management Journal, 29(6), 617-638.

Gong, Y., Shenkar, O., Luo, Y., & Nyaw, M. (2007).  Do multiple parents help or hinder international joint venture performance? The mediating roles of contract completeness and partner cooperation.  Strategic Management Journal, 28(10), 1021-1034.

Luo, Y. & Tung, R. (2007).  International expansion of emerging market enterprises: A springboard perspective.  Journal of International Business Studies, 38(4), 481-498.

Luo, Y. (2008).  Procedural fairness and interfirm cooperation in strategic alliances.  Strategic Management Journal, 29(1), 27-46.

Zhan, W. & Luo, Y. (2008).  Performance implications of capability exploitation and upgrading in international joint ventures.  Management International Review, 48(2), 227-253.

Luo, Y. (2007).  Private control and collective control in international joint ventures.  Management International Review, 47(4), 531-566.

Luo, Y. (2007).  From foreign investors to strategic insiders: Shifting parameters, prescriptions and paradigms for MNCs in China.  Journal of World Business, 42(1), 14-36.

Luo, Y. (2007).  A coopetition perspective of global competition.  Journal of World Business, 42(2), 129-144.

Luo, Y. (2006).  Political behavior, social responsibility and corrupt environment: A structuration perspective.  Journal of International Business Studies, 37(6), 747-766.

Luo, Y. & Shenkar, O. (2006).  The multinational corporation as a multilingual community: Language and organization in a global context.  Journal of International Business Studies, 37(3), 321-339.

Luo, Y. (2006).  Toward the micro- and macro-level consequences of interactional justice in cross-cultural joint ventures.  Human Relations, 59(8), 1019-1047.

Luo, Y. (2006).  Autonomy design for foreign R&D units in an emerging market: An information processing perspective.  Management International Review, 46(3), 349-378.

Luo, Y. (2006).  Opportunism in interfirm exchanges in emerging markets.  Management and Organization Review, 2(1), 121-147.

O’Connor, N. Deng, J., & Luo, Y. (2006).  Political constraints and organization design in China’s state-owned enterprises.  Accounting, Organizations and Society, 31(2), 157-177.

Gong, Y., Shenkar, O., Luo, Y., & Nyaw, M. (2005).  Human resources and international joint venture performance: A system perspective.  Journal of International Business Studies, 36(5), 505-518.

Luo, Y. (2005).  Transactional characteristics, institutional environment and joint venture contracts.  Journal of International Business Studies, 36(2), 209-230.

Luo, Y. (2005).  How important are shared perceptions of procedural justice in cooperative alliances?  Academy of Management Journal, 48(4), 695-709.

Luo, Y. (2005).  How does globalization affect corporate governance and accountability?  Journal of International Management, 11(1), 19-42.

Luo, Y., Zhao, J., & Du, J. (2005).  Internationalization of E-commerce companies: Foreign market entry behaviors and determinants.  International Marketing Review, 22(6), 693-709.

Zhao, H. & Luo, Y. (2005).  Antecedents of knowledge sharing with peer subsidiaries in other countries: A perspective from subsidiary managers in a foreign emerging market.  Management International Review, 45(1), 71-98.

Luo, Y. (2005).  Toward coopetition within a multinational enterprise: A perspective from foreign subsidiaries.  Journal of World Business, 40(1), 71-90.

Luo, Y. (2005).  Corporate governance and accountability in multinational enterprises: Concepts and agenda.  Journal of International Management, 11(1), 1-18.

Makri, M., Hitt, M., & Lane, P. (2010).  Complementary technologies, knowledge relatedness and innovation outcomes in high-technology M&As.  Strategic Management Journal, 31(6), 602.

Gomez-Mejia, L., Makri, M., & Larraza, M. (2010).  Diversification decisions in family controlled firms.  Journal of Management Studies, 47(2), 223.

Makri, M. & Scandura, T. (2010).  Exploring the effects of creative CEO leadership on innovation in high-technology firms.  The Leadership Quarterly, 21(1), 75-88.

Jones, C., Makri, M., & Gomez-Mejia, L. (2008).  Affiliate directors and perceived risk bearing in publicly traded, family-controlled firms: The case of diversification.  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32(6), 1007-1026.

Berrone, P. Makri, M., & Gomez-Mejia, L. (2008).  Executive pay in high-technology firms: A contextual approach.  International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(8), 1534-1552.

Makri, M. & Lane, P. (2007).  A search theoretic model of productivity, science and innovation.  R&D Management, 37(4), 303-317.

Makri, M. & Lane, P. (2007).  Responding to technological maturity: A socio-cognitive model of science and innovation in technological communities.  Journal of High Technology Management Research, 18(1), 1-14.

Makri, M., Lane, P., & Gomez-Mejia, L. (2006).  CEO incentives, innovation, and performance in technology-intensive firms: A reconciliation of outcome- and behavior-based incentive schemes.  Strategic Management Journal, 27(11), 1057.

Geiger, S. & Makri, M. (2006).  Exploration and exploitation innovation processes: The role of organizational slack in R&D intensive firms.  Journal of High Technology Management Research, 17(1), 97.

Shaver, J. & Mezias, J. (2009).  Diseconomies of Managing in Acquisitions: Evidence from civil lawsuits.  Organization Science, 20(1), 206-222.

Park, N. & Mezias, J. (2005).  Before and after the technology sector crash: Stock market response to alliances of e-commerce firms.  Strategic Management Journal, 26(11), 987-1007.

Mezias, J. & Scandura, T. (2005).  A need-driven approach to expatriate adjustment and career development: A multiple mentoring perspective.  Journal of International Business Studies, 36(5), 519-538.

Meester, G., Mehrotra, A., Natarajan, H., & Seifert, M. (2010).  Optimal configuration of a service delivery network: An application to a financial service provider.  Production and Operations Management, 19(6), 725-741.

Akcay, Y., Natarajan, H., & Xu, S. (2010).  Joint dynamic pricing of multiple perishable products under consumer choice.  Management Science, 56(8), 1345-1361.

Balakrishnan, A., Mirchandani, P., & Natarajan, H. (2009).  Connectivity upgrade models for survivable network design.  Operations Research, 57(1), 170-186.

Pellegrini, E., Scandura, T., & Jayaraman, V. (2010).  Cross-cultural generalizability of paternalistic leadership: An expansion of leader-member exchange theory (LMX).  Group and Organization Management, 35(4), 391-420.

Williams, E., Scandura, T., & Gavin, M. (2009).  Understanding team-level career mentoring by leaders and its effects on individual team-source learning: The effects of intra-group processes.  Human Relations, 62(11), 1635-1666.

Scandura, T. & Pellegrini, E. (2008).  Trust and leader-member exchange: A closer look at relational vulnerability.  Journal of Leadership and Organization Studies, 15(2), 101-110.

Pellegrini, E. & Scandura, T. (2008).  Paternalistic leadership: A review and agenda for future research.  Journal of Management, 34(3), 566-593.

Pellegrini, E. & Scandura, T. (2006).  Leader-member exchange (LMX), paternalism and delegation in the Turkish business culture: An empirical investigation.  Journal of International Business Studies, 37(2), 264-279.

Germain, M. & Scandura, T. (2005).  Grade inflation and student individual differences as systematic bias in faculty evaluations.  Journal of Instructional Psychology, 32(1), 58-67.

Pellegrini, E. & Scandura, T. (2005).  Construct equivalence across groups: An unexplored issue in mentoring research.  Educational & Psychological Measurement, 37(2), 264-279.

Schriesheim, C., Wu, J., & Cooper, C. (in press 2011).  A two-study investigation of item wording effects on leader-follower convergence in descriptions of the leader-member exchange (LMX) relationship.  The Leadership Quarterly, 22.

Zhou, X. & Schriesheim, C. (2010).  Quantitative and qualitative examination of propositions concerning supervisor-subordinate convergence in descriptions of leader-member exchange (LMX) quality.  The Leadership Quarterly, 21(5), 826-843.

Schriesheim, C. & Cogliser, C. (2009).  Construct validation in leadership research: Explication and illustration.  The Leadership Quarterly, 20(5), 725-736.

Zhou, X. & Schriesheim, C. (2009).  Supervisor-subordinate agreement on leader-member exchange (LMX) quality: Review and testable propositions.  The Leadership Quarterly, 20(6), 920-932.

Schriesheim, C., Wu, J., & Scandura, T. (2009).  A meso measure? Examination of the levels of analysis of the multifactor leadership questionnaire (MLQ).  The Leadership Quarterly, 20(4), 604-616.

Cogliser, C., Schriesheim, C., Scandura, T., & Gardner, W. (2009).  Balance in leader and follower perceptions of leader-member exchange: Relationships with performance and work attitudes.  The Leadership Quarterly, 20(3), 452-465.

Yammarino, F., Dionne, S., Schriesheim, C., & Dansereau, F. (2008).  Authentic leadership and positive organizational behavior: A meso, multi-level perspective.  The Leadership Quarterly, 19(6), 693-707.

Hinkin, T. & Schriesheim, C. (2008).  An examination of “non-leadership”: From laissez-faire leadership to leader reward omission and punishment omission.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(6), 1234-1248.

Hinkin, T. & Schriesheim, C. (2008).  A theoretical and empirical examination of the transactional and non-leadership dimensions of the multifactor leadership questionnaire (MLQ).  The Leadership Quarterly, 19(5), 501-513.

Schriesheim, C., Castro, S., Zhou, X., & DeChurch, L. (2006).  An investigation of path-goal and transformational leadership theory predictions at the individual level of analysis.  The Leadership Quarterly, 17(1), 21-40.

Meyskens, M., Von Glinow, M., Werther, W., & Clarke, L. (2009).  The paradox of international talent: Alternate forms of international assignments.  The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20(6), 1439-1450.

Werther, W. & Kerr, J. (2008).  Managing the complexity of innovation: Engaging the board.  Effective Executive, 37(2), 23-31.

Werther, W. (2006).  From manager or executive.  Organizational Dynamics, 35(2), 196-204.

Werther, W. & Chandler, D. (2005).  Contrasts in CR: Fair trade versus consumer apathy.  Corporate Responsibility Management, 2(5), 14-19.

Werther, W. & Chandler, D. (2005).  Strategic corporate social responsibility as global brand insurance.  Business Horizons, 48(4), 317-324.

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