Yannick Thams
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Explaining women's presence on corporate boards: The institutionalization of progressive gender-related policies
Y Thams, BL Bendell, S Terjesen
Journal of Business Research 86, 130-140, 2018
Corporate social responsibility, country reputation and corporate reputation: A perspective on the creation of shared value in emerging markets
KJ Kelley, TA Hemphill, Y Thams
Multinational Business Review 27 (2), 178-197, 2019
Geographical diversification as a predictor of MNC reputations in their home nations
Y Thams, W Alvarado-Vargas, Marcelo J., Newburry
Journal of Business Research 69 (6), 2882–2889, 2016
Board diversity and stakeholder management: the moderating impact of boards’ learning environment
WD Fernandez, Y Thams
The Learning Organization 26 (2), 160-175, 2019
The performance of multinational affiliates versus domestic firms
AS Chacar, S Celo, Y Thams
Journal of Management Policy and Practice 11 (4), 47-59, 2010
Foreigners in the boardroom: The implications of attitudes toward immigration and conservatism in firms' sub-national context
Y Thams, K Kelley, MA Von Glinow
Journal of Business Research 91, 8-18, 2018
Global strategic context and CEO appointments: The importance of a global mind‐set
Y Thams, A Chacar, M Wiersema
Global Strategy Journal 10 (4), 676-699, 2020
Asian favors: More than a cookie cutter approach
Y Thams, Y Liu, MA Von Glinow
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 30, 461-486, 2013
Global reputation management: Understanding and managing reputation as shared value across borders
KJ Kelley, Y Thams
Global aspects of reputation and strategic management, 23-48, 2019
What does board capital really bring to the table?
WD Fernandez, Y Thams, M Lehrer
American Journal of Business 34 (3/4), 134-147, 2019
Cross-border mergers and acquisitions: links between acquiring firm capabilities and resources and target country location
R Parente, KJ Kelley, Y Thams, MJ Alvarado-Vargas
Multinational Business Review 28 (3), 355-379, 2020
Creating shared reputational value while managing informational asymmetries across borders: The platform business paradox
K Kelley, Y Thams
AIB Insights 21 (3), 1-7, 2021
Foreign-born CEOs, Country-Specific Skills, Selection, and Strategic Consequences
Y Thams
Do liberal and conservative-leaning CEOs approach de-internationalization differently? Zooming in on the onset of the 2022 Russia/Ukraine crisis
Y Thams, LA Dau
Journal of World Business 58 (5), 101475, 2023
Perceived employability and employee strain: A meta-analysis
M Harari, K McCombs, Y Thams
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 96 (1), 109-118, 2022
Are foreign-born CEOs held to a higher performance standard? The role of national origin in CEO dismissals
Y Thams, M Rickley
Global Strategy Journal, 2023
Do Liberal and Conservative-leaning CEOs Approach De-internationalization Differently?
Y Thams, LA Dau
Academy of Management Proceedings 2023 (1), 19099, 2023
Liabilities of Foreignness in CEO Dismissals
M Rickley, Y Thams
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 10938, 2022
Does organizational political ideology matter for firms’ international strategy?
Y Thams
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 16068, 2021
Very few women oversee US companies. Here’s how to change that
Y Thams, B Bendell, S Terjesen
The Conversation, 2018
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