How Firm Reputation Shapes Managerial Discretion

  title={How Firm Reputation Shapes Managerial Discretion},
  author={Owen Nelson Parker and Ryan Krause and Cynthia E. Devers},
  journal={Academy of Management Review},
Reputation is not always a “good thing.” Despite the established benefits of a good reputation, recent research has elucidated the burdens and liabilities it can bring about, particularly following... 
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