Adam R. Fremeth

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We assess the utility of synthetic control, a recently developed empirical methodology, for applications in organizational research. Synthetic control acts as a bridge between qualitative and quantitative research methods by enabling researchers to estimate treatment effects in contexts with small samples or few occurrences of a phenomenon or treatment(More)
We hypothesize that regulatory externalities (i.e., regulations in jurisdictions beyond where a firm operates) can influence a firm's environmental behavior. Specifically, we predict that firms will be sensitive to regulations both in neighboring jurisdictions and in jurisdictions where peer firms operate. By examining the use of renewable-generating(More)
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