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Khan, A., Brohman, K., & Addas, S. (2022). The anatomy of ‘fake news’: Studying false messages as digital objects. Journal of Information Technology, 37(2), 122–143.

Andrevski G., & Miller D. (2022). Forbearance: Strategic nonresponse to competitive attacks. Academy of Management Review, 47(1), 59-74.

Vlas, C. O., Richard, O. C., Andrevski, G., Konrad, A. M., & Yang, Y. (2022). Dynamic capabilities for managing racially diverse workforces: Effects on competitive action variety and firm performance. Journal of Business Research, 141, 600-618.

Lyubykh Z., Gulseren D., Turner N., Barling J., & Seifert M. (2022). Shared Transformational Leadership and Safety Behaviors of Employees, Leaders, and Teams: A Multilevel Investigation. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 95, 431-458.

Lyubykh Z., Dupré E. K., Barling J., & Turner N. (2022). Retaliating against abusive supervision with aggression and violence: The moderating role of organizational intolerance of aggression, Work & Stress, 36(2), 164-182.

Steininger, D.M., Brohman M. K., & Block, J.H. (2022). Digital Entrepreneurship: What is New if Anything?. Business and Information Systems Engineering, 64, 1–14.

Artiga González, T., Calluzzo, P., Dong, G. N., & Granic, G. D. (2022). Determinants of LGBTQ+ Corporate Policies. The Review of Corporate Finance Studies, 11(3), 644–693.

Chaigneau, P., Edmans, A., & Gottlieb, D. (2022). How Should Performance Signals Affect Contracts? The Review of Financial Studies, 35(10), 168-206.

Davis, S., & Dacin A. P. (2022). This Brand is Who I am; or Is It? Examining Changes in Motivation to Maintain Brand Attachment. Journal of Product and Brand Management, 31(7), 1125-1139.

Saifer, A., & Dacin, M. T. (2022). Data and Organization Studies: Aesthetics, emotions, discourse and our everyday encounters with data. Organization Studies, 43(4), 623–636.

Crawford, B., Coraiola, D. M., & Dacin, M. T. (2022). Painful memories as mnemonic resources: Grand Canyon Dories and the protection of place. Strategic Organization, 20(1), 51–79.

Ivus O., & Park G. W. (2022). All Rights Reserved: Copyright Protection and Multinational Knowledge Transfers. Economic Inquiry, 60(3), 1064-1091.

Lee K. M., Gupta A., & Hambrick D. C. (2022). The Distinct Effects of Wealth- and CSR-oriented Shareholder Unrest on CEO Career Outcomes: A New Lens on Settling Up and Executive Job Demands. Academy of Management Journal, 65(1), 185-217.

Stack R., & Malsch B. (2022). Auditors' professional identities: review and future directions. Accounting Perspectives, 21(2), 177- 206.

Couchoux, O., & Malsch, B. (2022). How Firms' Quality Experts Shape Canadian Public Accountability Board Inspections and Their Outcomes: An Analysis of Intraprofessional Conflicts, Third-Party Influences, and Relational Strategies. Contemporary Accounting Research, 39, 757-788.

Malsch, B., Tremblay, MS., & Cohen, J. (2022). Non-audit Engagements and the Creation of Public Value: Consequences for the Public Interest. Journal of Business Ethics 178, 467–479.

Dahms, S., Kingkaew, S., & S. Ng, E. (2022). The effects of top management team national diversity and institutional uncertainty on subsidiary CSR focus and performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 177(3), 699-715.

Metz, I., Stamper, C. L., & Ng, E. (2022). Feeling included and excluded in organizations: The role of human and social capital. Journal of Business Research, 142, 122-137.

Ng, E., & Stanton, P.(2022). Personnel Review after 50: the next chapter. Personnel Review, 51 (1), 2-3.

Esenduran G., Letizia P., & Ovchinnikov A. (2022). Why You Should Allow Returns on Customized Products. Harvard Business Review. Date published: March 09, 2022. Product #: H06VQ8-PDF-ENG

Esenduran G., Letizia P., & Ovchinnikov A. (2022). Customization and Returns. Management Science, 68(6), 4517-4526.

Evgeniou T., Fekom M., Ovchinnikov A., Porcher R., Pouchol C., & Vayatis N. (2022). Pandemic Lock-down, Isolation, and Exit Policies Based on Machine Learning Predictions. Productions and Operations Management, Special Issue Article: 1-16.

Pimentel, E., & Boulianne, E. (2022). Competency Map development as an identity movement: a Canadian perspective. Accounting Education, 31(5), 453-481.

Salterio, S. E. (2022). Redressing the fundamental conflict of interest in public company audits. International Journal of Auditing, 26(1), 48– 53.

Luo, Y., & Salterio, S.E. (2022). The Effect of Gender on Investors’ Judgments and Decision-Making. Journal of Business Ethics, 179, 237–258.

Heffetz, O., O'Donoghue, T., & Schneider, H. S. (2022). Reminders Work, But for Whom? Evidence from New York City Parking-Ticket Recipients. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 14(4), 343-370.

Denford J. S., & Schobel K. (2022). Public sector CFOs and CIOs: impacts of work proximity and role perceptions, Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, 17(3), 436-456.

Sephton, P.S. (2022). Finite Sample Lag Adjusted Critical Values of the ADF-GLS Test. Computational Economics, 59, 177–183.

Sephton, P. S. (2022). Revisiting the inflation-hedging properties of precious metals in Africa. Resources Policy, 77, 1-20.

Sephton, P. S. (2022). Further evidence of mean reversion in CO2 emissions. World Development Sustainability, 1, 1-6.

Lex, M., Gielnik, M. M., Spitzmuller, M., Jacob, G. H., & Frese, M. (2022). How Passion in Entrepreneurship Develops Over Time: A Self-Regulation Perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 46(4), 985–1018.

Rennekamp, K. M., Sethuraman, M., & Steenhoven, B. A. (2022). Engagement in earnings conference calls. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 74(1), 1-18.

Hellmann, T., & Thiele, V. (2022). May the force be with you: Investor power and company valuations. Journal of Corporate Finance, 72, 1-34

Hellmann, T., & Thiele, V. (2022) A theory of voluntary testing and self-isolation in an ongoing pandemic. Journal of Public Economic Theory. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35600415; PMCID: PMC9115317

Wang, J. (2022). Optimal Sequential Multiclass Diagnosis. Operations Research, 70(1),201-222.

Ling, L. (2022). An information quality-based explanation for loan loss allowance inadequacy during the 2008 financial crisis. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 73(1).

Chen, Q., Schipper, K., & Zhang, N. (2022). Measuring Accounting Asset Informativeness. The Accounting Review, 97 (4), 209–236.

Vurro, C., & Dacin, M. T. (2022). Scaling Enterprises: A Critique and Opportunity. In Social Innovation and Social Enterprises: Toward a Holistic Perspective (pp. 215-242). Cham: Springer International Publishing