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The Janus-Face of CEO Retention - CEO Succession & Performance under Unity of Ownership & Control

Jan-Philipp Ahrens, Lorraine M. Uhlaner, M. Woywode, Jan Zybura
2016 Academy of Management Proceedings  
EURAM 2017 is this wonderful opportunity to discuss and debate, during the paper presentations, the symposia, the plenaries, and the LABs, and of course in the corridors and during the lunch and coffee  ...  We will always be dealing with people, personalities, and conflicting interests and insights.  ...  Ronald Dyer UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL 1415 Sara Hajikazemi SINTEF Kamran Razmdoost BARTLETT SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT, UCL Hedley Smyth BARTLETT SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION AND PROJECT  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2016.15674abstract fatcat:rw4g3lwbf5dppc42sc7r443xry

New Solvency Regulation: What CEOs of Insurance Companies Think

Markus Kreutzer, Joël Wagner
2013 Geneva papers on risk and insurance. Issues and practice  
Gallen, for their valuable support in setting up the survey and identifying insurance firms for the data collection.  ...  Mean ratings and significant differences (sig.) for life and non-life companies in Switzerland, Germany and Austria are presented.  ...  The few that exist include Pottier, 9 where insurers' optimal behaviour is assessed with regard to cost efficiency and state regulation.  ... 
doi:10.1057/gpp.2013.5 fatcat:acdnaau7tzbjbgsm2n44j3rjou

Relational Antecedents of Multimarket Contact

JungYun Han, Andrew V. Shipilov
2013 Academy of Management Proceedings  
Figure 1: Social Ties and the Extent of Firms' Dyadic MMC  ...  This is why CEOs try to reduce competitive overlap [with fellow group members] to avoid head to head competition."  ...  We find that the presence of marriage ties and common membership of the two chaebols' owner-CEOs in multiple groups lead to the expansion of their chaebols' dyadic multimarket contact, while their common  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2013.11611abstract fatcat:csaknv2yxnagtgifxa7lbaoroi

Improving Design Performance by Alliance between Contractors and Designers in International Hydropower EPC Projects from the Perspective of Chinese Construction Companies

Qingzhen Zhang, Wenzhe Tang, Jersey Liu, Colin Duffiel, Felix Hui, Lihai Zhang, Xuteng Zhang
2018 Sustainability  
Extant literature lacks a systematic framework addressing the mechanisms of the alliance functional process and its impacts on management activities together with performance in delivering Engineering-procurement-construction  ...  Understanding these causal relationships will be crucial for contractors and designers to optimally allocate their complementary resources for seeking better design solutions in dealing with both technical  ...  Duffiel, Felix Kin Peng Hui and Lihai Zhang contributed to analysis and discuss. Jersey Liu and Xuteng Zhang assisted in the data collection.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10041171 fatcat:zvzihtzpl5dbbgrfzl7mtjha4m

Colossal oxygen vacancy formation at a fluorite-bixbyite interface

Dongkyu Lee, Xiang Gao, Lixin Sun, Youngseok Jee, Jonathan Poplawsky, Thomas O. Farmer, Lisha Fan, Er-Jia Guo, Qiyang Lu, William T. Heller, Yongseong Choi, Daniel Haskel (+5 others)
2020 Nature Communications  
ionotronic and memristive devices for advanced energy and neuromorphic computing technologies.  ...  An atomically well-defined (111) heterointerface between the fluorite CeO2 and the bixbyite Y2O3 is found to induce a charge modulation between Y3+ and Ce4+ ions enabled by the chemical valence mismatch  ...  0.0 0.5 [Ce 3+,4+ ]/[Ce] The model of the CeO 2 /Y 2 O 3 {111} interface was constructed according to the TEM observation, in which Y 2 O 3 was stretched biaxially by 1.4% and CeO 2 was compressed  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-020-15153-8 pmid:32170073 fatcat:fh7hxuawobb33d365ywnhkrat4

When Do Venture Capital Firms Learn from Their Portfolio Companies?

Dirk De Clercq, Harry J. Sapienza
2005 Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice  
Whereas we expected to observe a curvilinear relationship between knowledge overlap and learning, we found that lower levels of knowledge of overlap were associated with greater learning in a linear fashion  ...  Relying primarily on learning and behavioral theories, we develop hypotheses regarding the effects of prior experience, knowledge overlap, trust, and PFC performance on learning by VCFs.  ...  Employing learning theory, Sapienza et al. argued that new learning would be optimized at intermediate levels of knowledge overlap; this learning, they reasoned, is translated into greater sales via process  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-6520.2005.00096.x fatcat:ohgi26tnv5dbvcbcvbgu62xu5i

Entrepreneur–venture capitalist relationships: mitigating post-investment dyadic tensions

Romeo V. Ţurcan
2008 Venture Capital : an International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance  
Four types of alignment emerged: life changing opportunity, enslavement, no marriage, and illusive alignment.  ...  Four types of alignment emerged: life changing opportunity, enslavement, no marriage, and illusive alignment.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Markus Mäkelä and George Tesar, and three anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments on the earlier versions of this paper. 25 Notes  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691060802151960 fatcat:xpp4lbmy7rftxa3qob4bqtwpju

Technology transfer in the construction industry

Petri Uusitalo, Rita Lavikka
2020 Journal of Technology Transfer  
and the community.  ...  Our findings also revealed that CEOs from three construction companies were not only interested in TT due to potential profit improvements, but also considered how the process could benefit their employees  ...  The research was conducted as part of the Aalto University's research project "Building 2030-industrialised construction", which is funded by 16 companies from the construction sector.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10961-020-09820-7 fatcat:pqkv7ftk5jejvbaixulommgiyi

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2020 2020 28th Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE)  
............ 1584A Multi-Label Feature Selection Based on Mutual Information and Ant Colony Optimization ............ 1589 Control of MIMO nonlinear discrete-time systems with input saturation via data-driven  ...  model-free adaptive fast terminal sliding mode controller ...................................................................................................... 1595 Overlapping Community Detection in  ... 
doi:10.1109/icee50131.2020.9260902 fatcat:7gs43h5sqraabcu35jsrax4cqu

Breakthrough board performance: how to harness your board's intellectual capital[1]

Gavin J. Nicholson, Geoffrey C. Kiel
2004 Corporate Governance : The international journal of business in society  
To address this concern, we provide a model of board effectiveness that uses the construct of board intellectual capital to integrate the predominant theories of corporate governance and illustrate how  ...  We conclude by linking the model to a practitioner-focused framework that identifies four key areas on which a board must concentrate to develop its intellectual capital.  ...  extended line of credit, bank loans for expansion).  ... 
doi:10.1108/14720700410521925 fatcat:k4j4jzeb2rcvdascfxcubavdmu

Experiences and Leadership Recommendations of African American CEOs at Fortune 500 Companies

Andre Maurice Harper
2018
The researcher identified only 16 African American current and former Fortune 500 CEOs in the history of the Fortune 500.  ...  This study included recommendations by the participants to aspiring CEOs and other minorities and researcher recommendations to Human Resource Professionals and White Executives.  ...  Two CEOs identified as Christians, one did not identify with any religion, and one other identified as Episcopalian.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d84b4hsr fatcat:cryom7uvczbcxebniacqnwuhey

The Past, Present, and Futurist Role of the Pharmacy Profession to Achieve Black Health Equity

Nicole D. Avant, Holly Y. McGee
2021 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
communities.  ...  Black communities.  ...  of socio-political constructions of race on the lived experiences of Black communities in the United States is a disservice to the field and the communities served.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe8610 pmid:34840140 pmcid:PMC8655152 fatcat:wihxezxpxvdzngjygmd36dp7bm

Mesoporous MnCeO x solid solutions for low temperature and selective oxidation of hydrocarbons

Pengfei Zhang, Hanfeng Lu, Ying Zhou, Li Zhang, Zili Wu, Shize Yang, Hongliang Shi, Qiulian Zhu, Yinfei Chen, Sheng Dai
2015 Nature Communications  
Discussion In summary, we have shown the successful construction of mesoporous MnCeO x solid solutions via a simple, effective and sustainable self-assembly strategy, which has at the same time been recognized  ...  Thermal treatment of the Mn 0.5 Ce 0.5 O x @200 sample led to pore expansion, as shown by the pore size distributions of samples at different temperatures (200, 400, 500 and 600°C); the pore expansion  ... 
doi:10.1038/ncomms9446 pmid:26469151 pmcid:PMC4633985 fatcat:nav7nc2t6fdlpexrgnjaxm7hym

The (UP)Scaling of Renewable Energy Technologies: Experiences from The Austrian Biomass District Heating Niche

Markus Seiwald
2014 Moravian Geographical Reports  
Drawing on secondary statistical data and primary qualitative semi-structured interviews, it is possible to identify four generic socio-technical configurations or dominant designs that, in conjunction  ...  ", my colleagues at the Department of Geography and Geology of the University of Salzburg, and three anonymous reviewers who provided valuable advice and comments on previous versions of this paper.  ...  Acknowledgement I would like to thank all interview participants, the Federal Government of Lower Austria, the participants in the 2013 CONGEO Conference on "New Trends and Challenges for Energy Geographies  ... 
doi:10.2478/mgr-2014-0011 fatcat:m7wcepelgfhodfzqmgv7pr2vqa

The Role of the Interlocking Director and Board Receptivity in the Diffusion of Practices

Christine Shropshire
2010 Academy of Management Review  
I conceptualize a model to investigate, first, which directors are more likely to transmit experience or knowledge about organizational practices and, second, what factors influence how that information  ...  For example, both constructive and destructive practices are empirically shown to diffuse via interlocks, but whether one is more likely than the other has not been established.  ...  the focal construct and its relationships (i.e., "context theorizing").  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.35.2.zok246 fatcat:m64pb3jspvhvxge7aebybppxsq
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