Mark R. Mallon

There are 7 included publications by Mark R. Mallon :

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Assets of Foreignness: A Theoretical Integration and Agenda for Future Research 2017 108 International business scholars are increasingly focusing on the unique advantages of being foreign, or assets of foreignness (AOFs). Although scholars have identified a broad range of AOFs, it is unclear why they exist. In this paper, we bring toget...
Beyond tokenism: How strategic leaders influence more meaningful gender diversity on boards of directors 2019 29 Research Summary: We employ an exploratory approach to understand what differentiates boards that retain limited, potentially tokenistic, gender diversity (i.e., a single female director), and boards that more genuinely diversify their composition by...
Getting buy-in: financial stakeholders’ commitment to strategic transformation 2017 46 Purpose: Strategic transformations are likely necessary for all organizations at some point in their existence, but the role of external stakeholders in committing resources to support transformations has been largely overlooked. This paper aims to b...
MNE performance during a crisis: An evolutionary perspective on the role of dynamic managerial capabilities and industry context 2017 134 As the likelihood of worldwide crises increases due to globalization and the resulting economic contagion, understanding why some multinational enterprises (MNEs) prevail in such environments becomes ever more critical. Drawing from the concept of dy...
Resource configurations for new family venture growth 2018 50 Purpose: Sustainable Family Business Theory states that human, social, and financial capital are important for new family venture growth, yet there may be multiple combinations that could be beneficial. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether...
When do Dynamic Capabilities Lead to Competitive Advantage? The Importance of Strategic Fit 2019 204 Recent studies suggest the relationship between dynamic capabilities and competitive advantage may be jointly affected by organizational and environmental factors. We enrich this nascent perspective by developing a configurational theoretical framewo...
Who’s Hiding in the Shadows? Organized Crime and Informal Entrepreneurship in 39 Economies 2020 131 Informal entrepreneurship represents a common mode of business formation globally and entails starting and operating a business without registering it with legal authorities. Despite the size of the informal sector in many countries, the motivations ...