Steven Boivie

Texas A&M University - Department of Management

430 Wehner

College Station, TX 77843-4218

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

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Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

What’s All That (Strategic) Noise? Anticipatory Impression Management in CEO Succession

Strategic Management Journal, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 19 May 2010
University of Georgia - Department of Management, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Deceased) and Texas A&M University - Department of Management
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CEO Succession, Impression Management, CEOs, Top Management Teams, Event Study Methodology

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Examining CEO Succession and the Role of Heuristics in Early-Stage CEO Evaluation

Strategic Management Journal, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 17 Apr 2012
University of Georgia - Department of Management, Texas A&M University - Department of Management and University of Wisconsin-Madison (Deceased)
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CEO succession, Evaluative uncertainty, decision making heuristics, CEO compensation, star CEOs

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Saving Face: How Exit in Response to Negative Press and Star Analyst Downgrades Reflects Reputation Maintenance by Directors

Academy of Management Journal, Forthcoming, Mays Business School Research Paper No. 3008858
Posted: 28 Jul 2017 Last Revised: 14 Apr 2018
Texas Christian University, Texas A&M University - Department of Management, Texas A&M University - Department of Accounting and University of Mississippi - Department of Management

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Reputation Maintenance, Self-Determination Theory, Identity Theory, Director Exit, Media Attention, Star Equity Analysts, Stock Downgrades

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Top Management Conservatism and Corporate Risk Strategies: Evidence from Managers' Personal Political Orientation and Corporate Tax Avoidance

Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 36, No. 12, 2015
Posted: 19 Oct 2014 Last Revised: 05 Mar 2016
University of Oregon, University of Arizona - Department of Accounting (deceased), Texas A&M University - Department of Management and University of Georgia - Department of Management

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Managers’ Personal Political Orientation and Corporate Tax Avoidance

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 Last Revised: 29 Aug 2012
University of Oregon, University of Arizona - Department of Accounting (deceased), Texas A&M University - Department of Management and University of Georgia - Department of Management

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tax avoidance, effective tax rate, politics

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Me or We: The Effects of CEO Organizational Identification on Agency Costs

Academy of Management Journal, Forthcoming
Posted: 21 May 2010
Texas A&M University - Department of Management, affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Central Florida - College of Business Administration and University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of Business

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identification, CEOs, perquisities

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Sorting Things Out: Valuation of New Firms in Uncertain Markets

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship
Posted: 17 Nov 2009
Wm. Gerard Sanders and Steven Boivie
University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas A&M University - Department of Management

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Internet firms, Adverse selection, Electronic commerce, Startups, Firm governance, Information asymmetry, Initial public offerings (IPO), Moral hazard problem, Valuation

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The Strategic Impetus for Social Network Ties: How Strategic Dependencies Affect the Likelihood of Reconstituting Broken CEO Friendship Ties to Executives of Other Firms

Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 27, pp. 425-445, January 2006, Ross School of Business Paper No. B003
Posted: 11 Oct 2006
James D. Westphal, Steven Boivie and Han Ming Chng
University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Texas A&M University - Department of Management and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business

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social networks, top management, strategic management