Most Cited Papers

Haskayne Research

The Haskayne School of Business (HSB) is proud of the accomplishments of our faculty members. The list below lists the all publications from HSB faculty members that have received 500 or more citations, with HSB listed as their affiliation at the time of publication (status: June 1, 2021).

Citation Count (Google Scholar)

Publication

3,475

Chua JH, Chrisman JJ, Sharma P. (1999). Defining the family business by behavior. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 23(4), 19–39.

3,468

Steel P. (2007). The nature of procrastination: a meta-analytic and theoretical review of quintessential self-regulatory failure. Psychological Bulletin, 133(1), 65–94.

3,102

Sharma S, Vredenburg H. (1998). Proactive corporate environmental strategy and the development of competitively valuable organizational capabilities. Strategic Management Journal, 19(8), 729–753.

2,867

Malhotra NK, Kim SS, Agarwal J. (2004). Internet users' information privacy concerns (IUIPC): The construct, the scale, and a causal model. Information Systems Research, 15(4), 336–355.

2,730

Sitkin SB, Pablo AL. (1992). Reconceptualizing the determinants of risk behavior. Academy of Management Review, 17(1), 9–38.

2,287

Buysse K, Verbeke A. (2003). Proactive environmental strategies: A stakeholder management perspective. Strategic Management Journal, 24(5), 453–470.

2,264

Neu D, Warsame H, Pedwell K. (1998). Managing public impressions: environmental disclosures in annual reports. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 23(3), 265–282.

1,824

Rugman AM, Verbeke A. (2004). A perspective on regional and global strategies of multinational enterprises. Journal of International Business Studies, 35(1), 3–18.

1,796

Steel P, Schmidt J, Shultz J. (2008). Refining the relationship between personality and subjective well-being. Psychological Bulletin, 134(1), 138–161.

1,701

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Sharma P. (2005). Trends and directions in the development of a strategic management theory of the family firm. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 29(5), 555–576.

1,613

Sharma P, Chrisman JJChua JH. (1997). Strategic management of the family business: Past research and future challenges. Family Business Review, 10(1), 1–35.

1,420

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Litz RA. (2004). Comparing the agency costs of family and non‐family firms: Conceptual issues and exploratory evidence. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 28(4), 335–354.

1,102

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Pearson AW, Barnett T. (2012). Family involvement, family influence, and family‐centered non‐economic goals in small firms. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 36(2), 267–293.

1,094

Taras V, Kirkman BL, Steel P. (2010). Examining the impact of Culture's consequences: a three-decade, multilevel, meta-analytic review of Hofstede's cultural value dimensions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(3), 405–439.

896

Pablo AL. (1994). Determinants of acquisition integration level: A decision-making perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 37(4), 803–836.

887

Steel P, König CJ. (2006). Integrating theories of motivation. Academy of Management Review, 31(4), 889–913.

871

Elsinger H, Lehar A, Summer M. (2006). Risk assessment for banking systems. Management Science, 52(9), 1301–1314.

860

Rugman AM, Verbeke A. (2002). Edith Penrose's contribution to the resource‐based view of strategic management. Strategic Management Journal, 23(8), 769–780.

831

Willness CR, Steel P, Lee K. (2007). A meta‐analysis of the antecedents and consequences of workplace sexual harassment. Personnel Psychology, 60(1), 127–162.

778

De Massis A, Chua JH, Chrisman JJ. (2008). Factors preventing intra‐family succession. Family Business Review, 21(2), 183–199.

774

Fogliatto FS, da Silveira GJC, Borenstein D. (2012). The mass customization decade: An updated review of the literature. International Journal of Production Economics, 138(1), 14–25.

753

Ang JS, Chua JH, McConnell JJ. (1982). The administrative costs of corporate bankruptcy: A note. Journal of Finance, 37(1), 219–226.

739

Westley F, Olsson P, Folke C, Homer-Dixon T, Vredenburg H, Loorbach D, Thompson J, Nilsson M, Lambin E, Sendzimir J, Banerjee B, Galaz V, van der Leeuw S. (2011). Tipping Toward Sustainability: Emerging Pathways of Transformation. AMBIO, 40, 762–780.

719

Sharma P, Chrisman JJChua JH. (2003). Succession planning as planned behavior: Some empirical results. Family Business Review, 16(1), 1–15.

713

Caird JK, Willness CR, Steel P, Scialfa C. (2008). A meta-analysis of the effects of cell phones on driver performance. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 40(4), 1282–1293.

692

Zellweger TM, Kellermanns FW, Chrisman JJ, Chua JH. (2012). Family control and family firm valuation by family CEOs: The importance of intentions for transgenerational control. Organization Science, 23(3), 851–868.

689

Sharma P, Chrisman JJPablo ALChua JH. (2001). Determinants of initial satisfaction with the succession process in family firms: A conceptual model. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 25(3), 17–36.

682

Chua JH, Chrisman JJ, Sharma P. (2003). Succession and nonsuccession concerns of family firms and agency relationship with nonfamily managers. Family Business Review, 16(2), 89–107.

669

Rugman AM, Verbeke A. (2003). Extending the theory of the multinational enterprise: Internalization and strategic management perspectives. Journal of International Business Studies, 34(2), 125–137.

660

Tung RL, Verbeke A. (2010). Beyond Hofstede and GLOBE: Improving the quality of cross-cultural research. Journal of International Business Studies, 41(8), 1259–1274.

657

Chrisman JJChua JH, Sharma P. (1998). Important attributes of successors in family businesses: An exploratory study. Family Business Review, 11(1), 19–34.

631

Hall JVredenburg H. (2003). The challenge of innovating for sustainable development. MIT Sloan Management Review, 45(1), 61.

626

Chua JH, Chrisman JJ, Steier LP, Rau SB. (2012). Sources of heterogeneity in family firms: An introduction. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 36(6), 1103–1113.

608

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Litz R. (2003). A unified systems perspective of family firm performance: An extension and integration. Journal of Business Venturing, 18(4), 467–472.

607

Taras V, Rowney J, Steel P. (2009). Half a century of measuring culture: Review of approaches, challenges, and limitations based on the analysis of 121 instruments for quantifying culture. Journal of International Management, 15(4), 357–373.

584

Sharma P, Chrisman JJ, Chua JH. (2003). Predictors of satisfaction with the succession process in family firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 18(5), 667–687.

579

Arasaratnam I, Haykin S, Elliott RJ. (2007). Discrete-time nonlinear filtering algorithms using Gauss–Hermite quadrature. Proceedings of the IEEE, 95(5), 953–977.

549

Kleffner AE, Lee RB, McGannon B. (2003). The effect of corporate governance on the use of enterprise risk management: Evidence from Canada. Risk Management and Insurance Review, 6(1), 53–73.

528

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Kellermans FW, Chang EPC. (2007). Are family managers agents or stewards? An exploratory study in privately held family firms. Journal of Business Research, 60(10), 1030–1038.

514

Steel P. (2010). Arousal, avoidant and decisional procrastinators: Do they exist? Personality and Individual Differences, 48(8), 926–934.

502

Chrisman JJ, Chua JH, Steier LP. (2003). An introduction to theories of family business. Journal of Business Venturing, 18(4), 441–448.

501

Buffington J, Elliott RJ. (2002). American Options with Regime Switching. International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, 5(5), 497–514.