Andre Laplume

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Product recalls involving global supply chains provide managers an opportunity to attribute blame to foreign suppliers, and thus decrease compensation offered to consumers. In this paper, we examine the factors that determine the compensation firms offer to customers, when recalling products. Drawing on attribution theory, we argue that companies avoid(More)
The adoption of social identity theory (SIT) by organizational behavior researchers has been rather fruitful. Recognizing that organization identification is a special case of SIT has allowed a vast, mature literature to be applied to organization topics. SIT was born out of Tajfel’s (1979) remarkable experiments demonstrating that even the slightest(More)
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