Martin Larraza-Kintana
Martin Larraza-Kintana
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Socioemotional wealth and corporate responses to institutional pressures: Do family-controlled firms pollute less?
P Berrone, C Cruz, LR Gomez-Mejia, M Larraza-Kintana
Administrative science quarterly 55 (1), 82-113, 2010
Diversification decisions in family‐controlled firms
LR Gomez‐Mejia, M Makri, ML Kintana
Journal of management studies 47 (2), 223-252, 2010
The determinants of executive compensation in family-controlled public corporations
LR Gomez-Mejia, M Larraza-Kintana, M Makri
Academy of management journal 46 (2), 226-237, 2003
Are family firms really more socially responsible?
C Cruz, M Larraza–Kintana, L Garcés–Galdeano, P Berrone
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38 (6), 1295-1316, 2014
Disentangling compensation and employment risks using the behavioral agency model
M Larraza‐Kintana, RM Wiseman, LR Gomez‐Mejia, TM Welbourne
Strategic Management Journal 28 (10), 1001-1019, 2007
Entrepreneurs’ human capital and growth aspirations: The moderating role of regional entrepreneurial culture
JL Capelleras, I Contin-Pilart, M Larraza-Kintana, V Martin-Sanchez
Small Business Economics 52, 3-25, 2019
High-performance work systems and firms' operational performance: the moderating role of technology
ML Kintana, AU Alonso, CG Olaverri
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (1), 70-85, 2006
When do women make a better table? Examining the influence of women directors on family firm’s corporate social performance
C Cruz, R Justo, M Larraza-Kintana, L Garces-Galdeano
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43 (2), 282-301, 2019
Entrepreneurial orientation in family firms: the moderating role of technological intensity and performance
L Garcés-Galdeano, M Larraza-Kintana, C García-Olaverri, M Makri
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 12, 27-45, 2016
Profit‐sharing plans and affective commitment: Does the context matter?
A Bayo‐Moriones, M Larraza‐Kintana
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2009
Manufacturing flexibility and advanced human resource management practices
A Urtasun-Alonso, M Larraza-Kintana, C García-Olaverri, ...
Production Planning & Control 25 (4), 303-317, 2014
Do entrepreneurial role models influence the nascent entrepreneurial activity of immigrants?
I Contín‐Pilart, M Larraza‐Kintana
Journal of Small Business Management 53 (4), 1146-1163, 2015
The relationship between new work practices and employee effort
A Ollo-Lopez, A Bayo-Moriones, M Larraza-Kintana
Journal of industrial relations 52 (2), 219-235, 2010
Network centrality and organizational aspirations: A behavioral interaction in the context of international strategic alliances
E Shijaku, M Larraza-Kintana, A Urtasun-Alonso
Journal of International Business Studies 51, 813-828, 2020
The impact of country-level factors on the use of new work practices
A Ollo-López, A Bayo-Moriones, M Larraza-Kintana
Journal of World Business 46 (3), 394-403, 2011
Disentangling the relationship between high-involvement-work-systems and job satisfaction
A Ollo-Lopez, A Bayo-Moriones, M Larraza-Kintana
Employee Relations 38 (4), 620-642, 2016
Managerial family ties and employee risk bearing in family firms: Evidence from Spanish car dealers
LR Gomez‐Mejia, M Larraza‐Kintana, J Moyano‐Fuentes, S Firfiray
Human Resource Management 57 (5), 993-1007, 2018
Just about money? CEO satisfaction and firm performance in small family firms
L Garcés-Galdeano, M Larraza-Kintana, C Cruz, I Contín-Pilart
Small Business Economics 49, 825-839, 2017
Human and organizational capital: typologies among Spanish firms
C García-Olaverri, E Huerta-Arribas, M Larraza-Kintana
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (2), 316-330, 2006
Unemployment and growth aspirations: The moderating role of education
JL Capelleras, I Contín-Pilart, M Larraza-Kintana, V Martin-Sanchez
Strategic Change 25 (2), 171-185, 2016
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