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James Westphal
James Westphal
Harvey C. Fruehauf Professor of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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Customization or conformity? An institutional and network perspective on the content and consequences of TQM adoption
JD Westphal, R Gulati, SM Shortell
Administrative science quarterly, 366-394, 1997
22921997
The strategic context of external network ties: Examining the impact of director appointments on board involvement in strategic decision making
MA Carpenter, JD Westphal
Academy of Management journal 44 (4), 639-660, 2001
19272001
Who shall govern? CEO/board power, demographic similarity, and new director selection
JD Westphal, EJ Zajac
Administrative science quarterly, 60-83, 1995
17531995
Collaboration in the boardroom: Behavioral and performance consequences of CEO-board social ties
JD Westphal
Academy of management Journal 42 (1), 7-24, 1999
16851999
SUBSTANCE AND SYMBOLISM IN CEOS'LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLANS.
JD Westphal, EJ Zajac
Academy of Management Proceedings 1993 (1), 232-236, 1993
12081993
The symbolic management of stockholders: Corporate governance reforms and shareholder reactions
JD Westphal, EJ Zajac
Administrative science quarterly, 127-153, 1998
11431998
How experience and network ties affect the influence of demographic minorities on corporate boards
JD Westphal, LP Milton
Administrative science quarterly 45 (2), 366-398, 2000
11302000
Decoupling policy from practice: The case of stock repurchase programs
JD Westphal, EJ Zajac
Administrative science quarterly 46 (2), 202-228, 2001
10202001
Who directs strategic change? Director experience, the selection of new CEOs, and change in corporate strategy
JD Westphal, JW Fredrickson
Strategic Management Journal 22 (12), 1113-1137, 2001
9372001
Who shall succeed? How CEO/board preferences and power affect the choice of new CEOs
EJ Zajac, JD Westphal
Academy of Management Journal 39 (1), 64-90, 1996
8721996
Cooperative or controlling? The effects of CEO-board relations and the content of interlocks on the formation of joint ventures
R Gulati, JD Westphal
Administrative science quarterly 44 (3), 473-506, 1999
8661999
The costs and benefits of managerial incentives and monitoring in large US corporations: When is more not better?
EJ Zajac, JD Westphal
Strategic management journal 15 (S1), 121-142, 1994
8601994
The social construction of market value: Institutionalization and learning perspectives on stock market reactions
EJ Zajac, JD Westphal
American sociological review 69 (3), 433-457, 2004
7792004
DIRECTOR REPUTATION, CEO/BOARD POWER, AND THE DYNAMICS OF BOARD INTERLOCKS.
EJ Zajac, JD Westphal
Academy of Management Proceedings 1996 (1), 254-258, 1996
7481996
Accounting for the explanations of CEO compensation: Substance and symbolism
EJ Zajac, JD Westphal
Administrative science quarterly, 283-308, 1995
7121995
Getting by with the advice of their friends: CEOs' advice networks and firms' strategic responses to poor performance
ML McDonald, JD Westphal
Administrative science quarterly 48 (1), 1-32, 2003
6772003
Defections from the inner circle: Social exchange, reciprocity, and the diffusion of board independence in US corporations
JD Westphal, EJ Zajac
Administrative science quarterly, 161-183, 1997
6631997
Board games: How CEOs adapt to increases in structural board independence from management
JD Westphal
Administrative science quarterly, 511-537, 1998
6301998
Pluralistic ignorance in corporate boards and firms' strategic persistence in response to low firm performance
JD Westphal, MK Bednar
Administrative science quarterly 50 (2), 262-298, 2005
5672005
Keeping directors in line: Social distancing as a control mechanism in the corporate elite
JD Westphal, P Khanna
Administrative science quarterly 48 (3), 361-398, 2003
5342003
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