Pamela R. Haunschild

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and three anonymous ASQ reviewers for providing insightful comments on earlier drafts of this paper. We also thank Linda Johanson for her meticulous editorial work and Prashanth Modi for his assistance in data collection. This study examines how a social psychological bias referred to as pluralistic ignorance may occur in corporate boards and how this bias(More)
ley. We also thank Christine Oliver and three anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on earlier drafts. This study examines whether board interlock ties facilitate second-order imitation, in which firms imitate an underlying decision process that can be adapted to multiple policy domains, rather than imitating specific policies of tied-to firms(More)
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