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13.08.2018 | Original Paper Open Access

Foundation ownership and shareholder value: an event study

Some of the largest listed firms in Western and Northern Europe are partly owned by foundations. So far, little research exists about the shareholder value effects of foundation ownership. This study aims to close this gap using an event study …

13.08.2018 | Original Paper

The multiple faces of tension: dualities in decision-making

In making decisions about strategic and operational actions, managers commonly need to consider dualities such as long-term versus short-term, innovation versus tradition, and stability versus change. As these dualities often entail contradictory …

10.08.2018 | Review Paper

Ambidextrous leadership: a meta-review applying static and dynamic multi-level perspectives

The ability to achieve ambidexterity is seen as an important prerequisite for sustaining competitive advantages in organizations. One means to this end is ambidextrous leadership, which, by definition, attempts to achieve an improved corporate …

30.07.2018 | Original Paper

The life-cycle influence mechanism of the determinants of financing performance: an empirical study of a Chinese crowdfunding platform

Employing a unique data set that incorporates development events for 243 reward-based projects on one of the biggest crowdfunding platforms in China, JingDong Crowdfunding, this paper examines two vital aspects related to the financing performance …

13.07.2018 | Original Paper Open Access

Product platforms as a lever of competitive advantage on a company-wide level: a resource management perspective

In many industries, companies use product platforms as a means to reduce costs and obtain access to multiple market segments by developing different product variants. Product platforms are a collection of modules or parts that are common to a …

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Review of Managerial Science(RMS) provides a forum for innovative research from all scientific areas of business administration. The journal publishes original research of high quality and is open to various methodological approaches (analytical modeling, empirical research, experimental work, methodological reasoning etc.). The scope of RMS encompasses – but is not limited to – accounting, auditing, banking, business strategy, corporate governance, entrepreneurship, financial structure and capital markets, health economics, human resources management, information systems, innovation management, insurance, marketing, organization, production and logistics, risk management and taxation. RMS also encourages the submission of papers combining ideas and/or approaches from different areas in an innovative way. Review papers presenting the state of the art of a research area and pointing out new directions for further research are also welcome. The scientific standards of RMS are guaranteed by a rigorous, double-blind peer review process with ad hoc referees and the journal´s internationally composed editorial board.

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