Letter from Editor-in-Chief : MOR 13.3
I am pleased to share with you Table of Contents for MOR Volume 13, Issue 3.
In particular, I’d like to highlight that, effective immediately, Management and Organization Review encourages authors to submit proposals for preregistered and preapproved studies. After peer review, such proposals can receive a conditional acceptance in Management and Organization Review ? all before data are collected and results are obtained.
See Letter from the Editor in this issue for additional details.
I would also like to remind you about current open calls for papers:
Submissions due March 28, 2018
I very much trust that you will find reading this issue interesting, and will share the articles with your colleagues doing research in similar areas!
With best wishes,
Arie Y. Lewin
Management and Organization Review
Management and Organization Review 13.3
ARIE Y. LEWIN
Letter from Editor: Preapproved and Preregistered Studies
HELENA BARNARD, ALVARO CUERVO-CAZURRA, AND STEPHAN MANNING
Africa Business Research as a Laboratory for Theory-Building: Extreme Conditions, New Phenomena, and Alternative Paradigms of Social Relationships
RONALD S. BURT AND SONJA OPPER
Early Network Events in the Later Success of Chinese Entrepreneurs
JIANHUA GE AND WEI ZHOU
Institutional Linkages with the State and Organizational Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from China
IGOR FILATOTCHEV, ZHONGFENG SU, AND GARRY D. BRUTON
Market Orientation, Growth Strategy, and Firm Performance: The Moderating Effects of External Connections
HUI YAN, XINMING HE, AND BINWU CHENG
Managerial Ties, Market Orientation, and Export Performance: Chinese Firms Experience
JING ZENG, COLIN SIMPSON, BINH-LE DANG
A Process Model of Dynamic Capability Development: Evidence from the Chinese Manufacturing Sector
Dialogue, Discourse, and Debate
ARNE CALRSEN, JAN KENTIL ARNULF, AND ZHAO WEITAO WITH INTRODUCTION BY LIISA V?LIKANGAS
Inviting Wonder in Organization: Tiger, Sandstone, Horror, Snowball
Letter to the Editor
Haier’s Management Model of Rendanheyi: From Sea to Iceberg