Samantha Fairclough
Samantha Fairclough
Associate Director, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Center for Entrepreneurship, Assistant Professor
Verified email at unl.edu
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The organizational design of transnational professional service firms
R Greenwood, T Morris, S Fairclough, M Boussebaa
Organizational Dynamics 39 (2), 173-183, 2010
892010
Beyond the family firm: Reasserting the influence of the family institutional logic across organizations
S Fairclough, ER Micelotta
Institutional logics in action, part B, 2013
322013
The impact of external and internal entrainment on firm innovativeness: A test of moderation
C Dibrell, S Fairclough, PS Davis
Journal of Business Research 68 (1), 19-26, 2015
292015
Attention, action, and greenwash in family-influenced firms? Evidence from polluting industries
J Kim, S Fairclough, C Dibrell
Organization & Environment 30 (4), 304-323, 2017
232017
Decision making in professional service firms
T Morris, R Greenwood, S Fairclough
Handbook of decision making, 276-306, 2010
202010
Institutional dynamics
M Lounsbury, S Fairclough, MDP Lee
The Oxford Handbook of Business and the Environment, 211-228, 2012
13*2012
In sickness and in health: Implications for employers when bipolar disorders are protected disabilities
S Fairclough, RK Robinson, DL Nichols, S Cousley
Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal 25 (4), 277-292, 2013
92013
Magic Myths and Media: The Maintenence of an Institutionalized Professional Elite
S Fairclough
Oxford University, 2010
42010
Mergers and alliances by professional service firms
NC Fairclough, S Fairclough
The Oxford Handbook of Mergers and Acquisitions., 593-618, 2012
3*2012
DOMINANT LOGICS IN PUBLICLY TRADED FAMILY-CONTROLLED FIRMS: A BEHAVIORAL THEORY PERSPECTIVE (SUMMARY)
R Gentry, C Dibrell, J Kim, S Fairclough
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 33 (12), 4, 2013
2013
Professionals Who Go the Distance? Coordinating Cross-Border Teams in Professional Service Firms.
S Fairclough
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 15194, 2012
2012
Panel Games: How client organizations pick their legal advisors. Novak Druce Centre Insights, No. 3
S Fairclough
The Novak Druce Centre for Professional Service Firms, 2011
2011
The transnational professional service firm: The rise of the multiplex PSF. Novak Druce Centre Insights, No. 1.
S Fairclough, T Morris, M Boussebaa
The Novak Druce Centre, 2011
2011
The transnational professional service firm: the rise of the multiplex PSF
R Greenwood, S Fairclough, T Morris, M Boussebaa
Sad Business School, 2011
2011
The Organizational Design of Transnational Professional Service Firms
T Morris, R Greenwood, S Fairclough, M Boussebaa
2010
PANEL GAMES: HOW DO CLIENTS SELECT AND RETAIN THEIR PREFERRED EXTERNAL LEGAL ADVISERS?
S FAIRCLOUGH
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