Jackson Nickerson
Jackson Nickerson
Frahm Family Professor of Organization and Strategy, Olin Business School (Emeritus), Washington
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A knowledge-based theory of the firm—The problem-solving perspective
JA Nickerson, TR Zenger
Organization science 15 (6), 617-632, 2004
Correcting for endogeneity in strategic management research
BH Hamilton, JA Nickerson
Strategic organization 1 (1), 51-78, 2003
Team incentives and worker heterogeneity: An empirical analysis of the impact of teams on productivity and participation
BH Hamilton, JA Nickerson, H Owan
Journal of political Economy 111 (3), 465-497, 2003
Interorganizational trust, governance choice, and exchange performance
R Gulati, JA Nickerson
Organization science 19 (5), 688-708, 2008
Sailing into the wind: Exploring the relationships among ambidexterity, vacillation, and organizational performance
P Boumgarden, J Nickerson, TR Zenger
Strategic management journal 33 (6), 587-610, 2012
Being efficiently fickle: A dynamic theory of organizational choice
JA Nickerson, TR Zenger
Organization Science 13 (5), 547-566, 2002
Envy, comparison costs, and the economic theory of the firm
JA Nickerson, TR Zenger
Strategic Management Journal 29 (13), 1429-1449, 2008
Opportunity discovery, problem solving and a theory of the entrepreneurial firm
C Hsieh, JA Nickerson, TR Zenger
Journal of Management Studies 44 (7), 1255-1277, 2007
Microfoundations of strategic problem formulation
M Baer, KT Dirks, JA Nickerson
Strategic Management Journal 34 (2), 197-214, 2013
Why firms want to organize efficiently and what keeps them from doing so: Inappropriate governance, performance, and adaptation in a deregulated industry
JA Nickerson, BS Silverman
Administrative science quarterly 48 (3), 433-465, 2003
Profitability, transactional alignment, and organizational mortality in the US trucking industry
BS Silverman, JA Nickerson, J Freeman
Strategic management journal 18 (S1), 31-52, 1997
Empirical evidence regarding the tension between knowledge sharing and knowledge expropriation in collaborations
BA Heiman, JA Nickerson
Managerial and Decision Economics 25 (6‐7), 401-420, 2004
Antecedents and performance implications of contracting for knowledge workers: Evidence from information technology services
KJ Mayer, JA Nickerson
Organization Science 16 (3), 225-242, 2005
Market position, resource profile, and governance: Linking Porter and Williamson in the context of international courier and small package services in Japan
JA Nickerson, BH Hamilton, T Wada
Strategic Management Journal 22 (3), 251-273, 2001
Diversity and productivity in production teams
BH Hamilton, JA Nickerson, H Owan
Advances in the Economic Analysis of participatory and Labor-managed Firms …, 2012
Towards reconciling transaction cost economics and the knowledge-based view of the firm: The context of interfirm collaborations
B Heiman, JA Nickerson
International Journal of the Economics of Business 9 (1), 97-116, 2002
The antecedents and performance implications of cooperative exchange norms
J Bercovitz, SD Jap, JA Nickerson
Organization Science 17 (6), 724-740, 2006
Dominant designs, innovation shocks, and the follower's dilemma
N Argyres, L Bigelow, JA Nickerson
Strategic Management Journal 36 (2), 216-234, 2015
Why aren't all truck drivers owner‐operators? Asset ownership and the employment relation in interstate for‐hire trucking
JA Nickerson, BS Silverman
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 12 (1), 91-118, 2003
Theproblem'of creating and capturing value
JA Nickerson, BS Silverman, TR Zenger
Strategic Organization 5 (3), 211-225, 2007
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