The Academy of Management is proud to announce the seventh volume of the Academy of Management Annals. This exciting series follows one guiding principle: The advancement of knowledge is possible only by conducting a thorough examination of what is known and unknown in a given field. Such assessments can be accomplished through comprehensive, critical reviews of the literature, crafted by informed scholars who determine when a line of inquiry has gone astray, and how to steer the research back onto the proper path.
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List of Tables and Figures Foreword Preface1. A Critical Assessment of Charismatic—Transformational Leadership Research: Back to the Drawing Board? Daan van Knippenberg & Sim B. Sitkin. 2. The Employment Relationship and Inequality: How and Why Changes in Employment Practices are Reshaping Rewards in Organizations. Matthew Bidwell, Forrest Briscoe, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo & Adina Sterling. 3. Organizational Identity Formation and Change. Dennis A. Gioia, Shubha D. Patvardhan, Aimee L. Hamilton & Kevin G. Corley. 4. Imprinting: Toward a Multilevel Theory. Christopher Marquis & András Tilcsik. 5. Team Receptivity to Newcomers: Five Decades of Evidence and Future Research Themes. Floor Rink, Aimée A. Kane, Naomi Ellemers & Gerben van der Vegt. 6. Cognition and Capabilities: A Multi-Level Perspective. J. P. Eggers & Sarah Kaplan. 7. Labor Market Intermediaries and the New Paradigm for Human Resources. Rocio Bonet, Peter Cappelli & Monika Hamori. 8. Returning to the Frontier of Contingency Theory of Organizational and Institutional Designs. Andrew H. Van de Ven, Martin Ganco & C. R. (BOB) Hinings. 9. More than a Metaphor: Assessing the Historical Legacy of Resource Dependence and its Contemporary Promise as a Theory of Environmental Complexity. Tyler Wry, J. Adam Cobb & Howard E. Aldrich. 10. The Visual Dimension in Organizing, Organization, and Organization Research: Core Ideas, Current Developments, and Promising Avenues. Renate E. Meyer, Markus A. Höllerer, Dennis Jancsary & Theo van Leeuwen. 11. Accounting, Organizing, and Economizing: Connecting Accounting Research and Organization Theory. Peter Miller & Michael Power. 12. A Behavioral Theory of Corporate Governance: Explicating the Mechanisms of Socially Situated and Socially Constituted Agency. James D. Westphal & Edward J. Zajac. 13. Research on Women Entrepreneurs: Challenges to (and from) the Broader Entrepreneurship Literature? Jennifer E. Jennings & Candida G. Brush. 14. Research on Markets for Inventions and Implications for R&D Allocation Strategies. Raffaele Conti, Alfonso Gambardella & Elena Novelli. 15. Perspectives on Innovation Processes. Raghu Garud, Philipp Tuertscher & Andrew H. Van de Ven References Index
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