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Christine Shropshire
Arizona State University
ShareholderBusinessManagementCorporate governancePublic relations
24Publications
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#1Margaret M. Luciano (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 7
#2Jennifer D. Nahrgang (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 14
Last. Christine Shropshire (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 8
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Top management teams (TMTs) and boards of directors (boards) face increasingly turbulent environments as they strategically lead firms towards superior firm performance. To date, the dominant theor...
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#1Radina R. BlagoevaH-Index: 1
Last. Michael C. Withers (A&M: Texas A&M University)H-Index: 11
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#1Matt C. Hersel (Clemson University)
#2Catherine A. Helmuth (CMU: Central Michigan University)H-Index: 1
Last. Jason W. Ridge (UA: University of Arkansas)H-Index: 9
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Organizational misconduct has substantial effects on the well-being of a firm and its stakeholders. As this body of work has grown, organizational scholars have devoted considerable research attent...
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#1Jennifer J. LeeH-Index: 1
Last. Christine ShropshireH-Index: 8
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Shareholder activism has attracted significant attention in research ranging from finance to strategy, management, and organizational theory, as the phenomenon has become increasingly prominent in the last few decades. However, strategic implications of shareholder activism have remained vague. Specifically, the papers take the perspective of activists and other shareholders, of the management of targeted firms, and of the management of non- targeted firms. By bringing these perspectives togethe...
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Increasing women’s access to jobs and equal pay bolsters economic stability, life-expectancy, and improves the lives of future generations (Institute for Women’s Policy Research, 2017). However, re...
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#1Michelle L. Zorn (AU: Auburn University)H-Index: 5
#2Christine Shropshire (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 8
Last. David J. Ketchen (AU: Auburn University)H-Index: 65
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Research summary: Corporate scandals of the previous decade have heightened attention on board independence. Indeed, boards at many large firms are now so independent that the CEO is “home alone” as the lone inside member. We build upon “pro-insider” research within agency theory to explain how the growing trend toward lone-insider boards affects key outcomes and how external governance forces constrain their impact. We find evidence among S&P 1500 firms that having a lone-insider board is assoc...
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#1Felice B. KleinH-Index: 1
#2Kevin McSweeneyH-Index: 2
Last. Christine ShropshireH-Index: 8
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Although a recent headline from the New York Times proclaimed, “Fewer Women Run Big Companies than Men Named John,x the percentage of women in upper echelon roles in Fortune 500 firms has increased significantly in the last decade (Catalyst, 2015). However, while extent research has devoted significant attention to addressing the barriers women face reaching and being successful in upper echelon roles (Eagly & Karau, 2002; Cook & Glass, 2014), we know little about the mechanisms utilized by fema...
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#1Laura M. LittleH-Index: 14
Last. Constantine SedikidesH-Index: 73
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Personality, much like many organizational phenomena, is often contradictory, leading to both positive and negative consequences. Although it's often tempting to categorize constructs like personality as either 'good' or 'bad,' understanding its paradoxical nature may be key to highlighting positive characteristics and downplaying the negative to advantage organizations and their members. In this symposium, we focus on the paradoxical nature of narcissism, or the inflated view of oneself associa...
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Last. Michael A. RosenH-Index: 30
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