Timothy Folta

University of Connecticut - Department of Management

Storrs, CT 06269-1041

United States

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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CEO Career Horizon, Corporate Governance, and Real Options: The Role of Economic Short-Termism

University of Connecticut School of Business Research Paper No. 18-19
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 02 May 2018 Last Revised: 22 May 2018
Joon Mahn Lee, Jung Chul Park and Timothy Folta
Purdue University - Krannert School of Management, University of South Florida and University of Connecticut - Department of Management
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Real Options, Economic Short-Termism, CEO Career Horizon, Agency Theory, Long-Term Investment, Strategic Flexibility

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Examining Resource Redeployment in Multi-Business Firms

Folta, Timothy B., Constance E. Helfat and Samina Karim (2016). “Examining resource redeployment in multi-business firms.” Advances in Strategic Management 35: 1-17., University of Connecticut School of Business Research Paper No. 21-14
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 27 Sep 2021 Last Revised: 25 Oct 2021
Timothy Folta, Constance E. Helfat and Samina Karim
University of Connecticut - Department of Management, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and Northeastern University
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inter-temporal economies of scope, resource redeployment, corporate strategy, multi-business firms, corporate advantage, corporate flexibility

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Analyzing the Online Word of Mouth Dynamics: A Novel Approach

Posted: 06 Sep 2023
Xian Cao, Timothy Folta, Hongfei Li and Ruoqing Zhu
Ball State University, University of Connecticut - Department of Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Multi-view sequential canonical covariance analysis, canonical correlation analysis, online word-of-mouth dynamics, dimension reduction, social media