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June 2014 Table of Contents
Editorial Essay: Why Do We Still Have Journals?
Gerald F. Davis
By Whom and When Is Women’s Expertise Recognized? The Interactive Effects of Gender and Education in Science and Engineering Teams
Recategorization into the In-group: The Appointment of Demographically Different New Directors and Their Subsequent Positions on Corporate Boards
David H. Zhu, Wei Shen, and Amy J. Hillman
On the Causality and Cause of Returns to Organizational Status: Evidence from the Grands Crus Classés of the Médoc
Picking a (Poor) Partner: A Relational Perspective on Acquisitions
Michelle Rogan and Olav Sorenson
The Implications of Marriage Structure for Men’s Workplace Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors toward Women
Sreedhari D. Desai, Dolly Chugh, and Arthur P. Brief
John Buchanan, Dominic Heesang Chai, and Simon Deakin: Hedge Fund Activism in Japan: The Limits of Shareholder Primacy
Robert R. Faulkner: Corporate Wrongdoing and the Art of the Accusation