Guy Holburn
TitleCited byYear
Political capabilities, policy risk, and international investment strategy: Evidence from the global electric power generation industry
GLF Holburn, BA Zelner
Strategic Management Journal 31 (12), 1290-1315, 2010
4822010
Nonmarket strategy performance: Evidence from US electric utilities
JP Bonardi, GLF Holburn, RG Vanden Bergh
Academy of Management Journal 49 (6), 1209-1228, 2006
3742006
Making friends in hostile environments: Political strategy in regulated industries
GLF Holburn, RG Vanden Bergh
Academy of Management Review 33 (2), 521-540, 2008
1712008
Contentious implementation and retrenchment in neoliberal policy reform: The global electric power industry, 1989–2001
BA Zelner, WJ Henisz, GLF Holburn
Administrative Science Quarterly 54 (3), 379-412, 2009
120*2009
Integrated market and nonmarket strategies: Political campaign contributions around merger and acquisition events in the energy sector
GLF Holburn, RG Vanden Bergh
Strategic Management Journal 35 (3), 450-460, 2014
892014
Institutional or structural: lessons from international electricity sector reforms
GLF Holburn, PT Spiller
The Economics of Contracts: Theories and Applications, Cambridge University, 2002
822002
Influencing agencies through pivotal political institutions
GLF Holburn, RG Vanden Bergh
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 20 (2), 458-483, 2004
812004
The impact of consumer advocates on regulatory policy in the electric utility sector
AR Fremeth, GLF Holburn, PT Spiller
Public Choice 161 (1-2), 157-181, 2014
69*2014
Policy and process: A game-theoretic framework for the design of non-market strategy
GLF Holburn, RGV Bergh
Advances in strategic management 19, 33-66, 2002
682002
Assessing and managing regulatory risk in renewable energy: Contrasts between Canada and the United States
GLF Holburn
Energy Policy 45, 654-665, 2012
562012
Consumer capture of regulatory institutions: The creation of public utility consumer advocates in the United States
GLF Holburn, RGV Bergh
Public Choice 126 (1-2), 45-73, 2006
532006
Information asymmetries and regulatory decision costs: an analysis of US electric utility rate changes 1980–2000
AR Fremeth, GLF Holburn
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 28 (1), 127-162, 2012
412012
The impact of vicarious experience on foreign location strategy
GF Jiang, GLF Holburn, PW Beamish
Journal of International Management 20 (3), 345-358, 2014
382014
Regulatory institutions and firm strategy: Theory and evidence from the electric power industry.
GLF Holburn
332003
Targeting corporate political strategy: Theory and evidence from the US accounting industry
RGV Bergh, GLF Holburn
Business and Politics 9 (2), 1-31, 2007
262007
Policy risk and private investment in Ontario's wind power sector
G Holburn, K Lui, C Morand
Canadian Public Policy 36 (4), 465-486, 2010
202010
Bridging qualitative and quantitative methods in organizational research: Applications of synthetic control methodology in the US automobile industry
AR Fremeth, GLF Holburn, BK Richter
Organization Science 27 (2), 462-482, 2016
182016
The spatial structure of foreign subsidiaries and MNE expansion strategy
GF Jiang, GLF Holburn, PW Beamish
Journal of World Business 51 (3), 438-450, 2016
152016
12. Information asymmetries and regulatory rate-making: case study evidence from Commonwealth Edison and Duke Energy rate
A Fremeth, GLF Holburn
Regulation, deregulation, reregulation: Institutional perspectives, 268, 2009
7*2009
Policy risk and private investment in wind power: survey evidence from Ontario
G Holburn, K Lui, C Morand
Canadian Public Policy 36 (44), 465-86, 2010
52010
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