Interorganizational Spillover: A Review and a Proposal for Future Research

Journal of Management, Ahead of Print. Interorganizational spillover refers to the unintended impact of a focal organization’s event on the perceptions and decisions of peer organizations and their stakeholders. Research on interorganizational spillover has escalated in recent years when the academic community has drawn upon different theoretical perspectives and assumptions to understand (a) the types…

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Disciplining Role of Short Sellers: Evidence From M&A Activity

Journal of Management, Ahead of Print. Prior research has focused on the influence of long investors (e.g., institutional investors) on merger-and-acquisition (M&A) decisions. This study investigates the role of short sellers in shaping managerial acquisitiveness and M&A decision quality. Short sellers impose a downward pressure on stock prices by disseminating negative information to the market….

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