Marc van Essen
Marc van Essen
Associate Professor of International Business, University of South Carolina
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor moore.sc.edu
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Business group affiliation, performance, context, and strategy: A meta-analysis
M Carney, ER Gedajlovic, PP Heugens, M Van Essen, J Van Oosterhout
Academy of Management Journal 54 (3), 437-460, 2011
4392011
Doing more with less: Innovation input and output in family firms
P Duran, N Kammerlander, M Van Essen, T Zellweger
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1224-1264, 2016
3642016
Assessing managerial power theory: A meta-analytic approach to understanding the determinants of CEO compensation
M Van Essen, J Otten, EJ Carberry
Journal of Management 41 (1), 164-202, 2015
2592015
Meta-analyzing ownership concentration and firm performance in Asia: Towards a more fine-grained understanding
PP Heugens, M Van Essen, JH van Oosterhout
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 26 (3), 481-512, 2009
2502009
What do we know about Private Family Firms? A Meta–Analytical Review
M Carney, M Van Essen, ER Gedajlovic, PP Heugens
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 39 (3), 513-544, 2015
1882015
Does “Good” Corporate Governance Help in a Crisis? The Impact of Country‐and Firm‐Level Governance Mechanisms in the E uropean Financial Crisis
M Van Essen, PJ Engelen, M Carney
Corporate Governance: An International Review 21 (3), 201-224, 2013
1862013
Underpricing of IPOs: Firm-, issue-and country-specific characteristics
PJ Engelen, M Van Essen
Journal of Banking & Finance 34 (8), 1958-1969, 2010
1572010
How does family control influence firm strategy and performance? A meta‐analysis of US publicly listed firms
M van Essen, M Carney, ER Gedajlovic, PP Heugens
Corporate Governance: An International Review 23 (1), 3-24, 2015
149*2015
Corporate boards and the performance of Asian firms: A meta-analysis
M Van Essen, JH van Oosterhout, M Carney
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 29 (4), 873-905, 2012
1432012
An institution-based view of executive compensation: A multilevel meta-analytic test
M Van Essen, PP Heugens, J Otten, JH van Oosterhout
Journal of International Business Studies 43 (4), 396-423, 2012
1222012
Home country institutions and the internationalization-performance relationship: A meta-analytic review
V Marano, JL Arregle, MA Hitt, E Spadafora, M van Essen
Journal of Management 42 (5), 1075-1110, 2016
1192016
Why is family firms’ internationalization unique? A meta–analysis
JL Arregle, P Duran, MA Hitt, M Van Essen
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 41 (5), 801-831, 2017
1132017
Cultural distance and firm internationalization: A meta-analytical review and theoretical implications
S Beugelsdijk, T Kostova, VE Kunst, E Spadafora, M van Essen
Journal of Management 44 (1), 89-130, 2018
1012018
The resilient family firm: Stakeholder outcomes and institutional effects
M van Essen, VM Strike, M Carney, S Sapp
Corporate Governance: An International Review 23 (3), 167-183, 2015
602015
Competition and cooperation in corporate governance: The effects of labor institutions on blockholder effectiveness in 23 European countries
M van Essen, J Van Oosterhout, PP Heugens
Organization Science 24 (2), 530-551, 2013
532013
Corporate governance in China: A meta‐analysis
CC Mutlu, M Van Essen, MW Peng, SF Saleh, P Duran
Journal of Management Studies 55 (6), 943-979, 2018
302018
What determines crime rates? An empirical test of integrated economic and sociological theories of criminal behavior
PJ Engelen, MW Lander, M van Essen
The Social Science Journal 53 (2), 247-262, 2016
262016
Family firms, internationalization, and national competitiveness: Does family firm prevalence matter?
M Carney, P Duran, M Van Essen, D Shapiro
Journal of Family Business Strategy 8 (3), 123-136, 2017
252017
An institution-based view of ownership
M van Essen
242011
Family firms are more innovative than other companies
N Kammerlander, M van Essen
Harvard Business Review, 2017
212017
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