Rekha Rao-Nicholson
Rekha Rao-Nicholson
Essex Business School, University of Essex, Colchester
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Innovation and firm growth in high-tech sectors: A quantile regression approach
A Coad, R Rao
Research policy 37 (4), 633-648, 2008
Firm growth and R&D expenditure
A Coad, R Rao
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 19 (2), 127-145, 2010
The motives and performance of cross-border acquirers from emerging economies: Comparison between Chinese and Indian firms
RR Nicholson, J Salaber
International Business Review 22 (6), 963-980, 2013
Social innovation in emerging economies: A national systems of innovation based approach
R Rao-Nicholson, T Vorley, Z Khan
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 121, 228-237, 2017
The firm-level employment effects of innovations in high-tech US manufacturing industries
A Coad, R Rao
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 21, 255-283, 2011
Long-term performance of mergers and acquisitions in ASEAN countries
R Rao-Nicholson, J Salaber, TH Cao
Research in International Business and Finance 36, 373-387, 2016
Innovation and market value: a quantile regression analysis
A Coad, R Rao
Economics Bulletin 15 (13), 1-10, 2006
Essential micro‐foundations for contemporary business operations: Top management tangible competencies, relationship‐based business networks and environmental sustainability
P Akhtar, Z Khan, JG Frynas, YK Tse, R Rao‐Nicholson
British Journal of Management 29 (1), 43-62, 2018
Data-driven and adaptive leadership contributing to sustainability: Global agri-food supply chains connected with emerging markets
P Akhtar, YK Tse, Z Khan, R Rao-Nicholson
International Journal of Production Economics 181, 392-401, 2016
The role of HR practices in developing employee resilience: A case study from the Pakistani telecommunications sector
Z Khan, R Rao-Nicholson, P Akhtar, SY Tarba, MF Ahammad, T Vorley
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 30 (8), 1342-1369, 2019
Global networks as a mode of balance for exploratory innovations in a late liberalizing economy
Z Khan, R Rao-Nicholson, SY Tarba
Journal of World Business 53 (3), 392-402, 2018
Interactive learning or technology transfer as a way to catch‐up? Analysing the wind energy industry in Denmark and India
K Kristinsson, R Rao
Industry and innovation 15 (3), 297-320, 2008
Institutional entrepreneurship, governance, and poverty: Insights from emergency medical response servicesin India
G George, R Rao-Nicholson, C Corbishley, R Bansal
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 32, 39-65, 2015
Standardization versus adaptation of global marketing strategies in emerging market cross-border acquisitions
R Rao-Nicholson, Z Khan
International Marketing Review 34 (1), 138-158, 2017
Growth processes of Italian manufacturing firms
A Coad, R Rao, F Tamagni
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 22 (1), 54-70, 2011
Making great minds think alike: Emerging market multinational firms’ leadership effects on targets’ employee psychological safety after cross-border mergers and acquisitions
R Rao-Nicholson, Z Khan, P Stokes
International Business Review 25 (1), 103-113, 2016
The impact of leadership on organizational ambidexterity and employee psychological safety in the global acquisitions of emerging market multinationals
R Rao-Nicholson, Z Khan, P Akhtar, H Merchant
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (20), 2461-2487, 2016
Out of Africa: The role of institutional distance and host-home colonial tie in South African Firms’ post-acquisition performance in developed economies
RS Liou, R Rao-Nicholson
International Business Review 26 (6), 1184-1195, 2017
Human resource management in Chinese multinationals in the United Kingdom: The interplay of institutions, culture, and strategic choice
Z Khan, G Wood, SY Tarba, R Rao‐Nicholson, S He
Human Resource Management 58 (5), 473-487, 2019
The contingent role of distributed leadership in the relationship between HR practices and organizational ambidexterity in the cross-border M&As of emerging market multinationals
R Rao-Nicholson, Z Khan, P Akhtar, SY Tarba
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (2), 232-253, 2020
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