Items where Author is "Mohliver, A"

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Mohliver, A, Crilly, D and Kaul, A (2022) Corporate social counterpositioning: How attributes of social issues influence competitive response. Strategic Management Journal. ISSN 0143-2095 (In Press) OPEN ACCESS

Mohliver, A and Ody-Bresier, A (2022) Religious Affiliation and Wrongdoing: Evidence from U.S. Nursing Homes. Management Science. ISSN 0025-1909 (In Press) OPEN ACCESS

Pozner, J-E, Mohliver, A and Moore, C (2019) Shine a light: how firm responses to announcing earnings restatements changed after Sarbanes-Oxley. Journal of Business Ethics, 160 (2). pp. 427-443. ISSN 0167-4544 OPEN ACCESS

Mohliver, A (2019) How Misconduct Spreads: Auditors’ Role in the Diffusion of Stock-option Backdating. Administrative Science Quarterly, 64 (2). pp. 310-336. ISSN 0001-8392 OPEN ACCESS

Bianchi, E C and Mohliver, A (2016) Do Good Times Breed Cheats? Prosperous Times Have Immediate and Lasting Implications for CEO Misconduct. Organization Science, 27 (6). pp. 1488-1503. ISSN 1047-7039 OPEN ACCESS

Book Section

Mohliver, A, Gur-Gershgorn, G and Chattopadhyay, S (2013) Chapter 16: IPO pricing and ownership structure: the business-group effect. In: Handbook of Research on IPOs. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 327-344. ISBN 9781781955369

Conference proceeding

Bianchi, E C and Mohliver, A (2017) Are recessions good for morality? : evidence that ethical behavior improves when the economy falters. [Conference proceeding]

Pozner, J-E, Teh, D, Palmer, D A, Mohliver, A, Hannigan, T R, Model, J, Moore, C, Naumovska, I, Porac, J, Wade, J B and Wernicke, G (2016) Stigma and Legitimacy Loss: Professions, Social Judgments, and Symbols in Crime and Punishment. [Conference proceeding]

Pozner, J E, Mohliver, A and Moore, C (2015) Paying Attention to Misconduct: Differential Reactions to Misconduct After Sarbanes-Oxley. [Conference proceeding]

Bianchi, E and Mohliver, A (2014) Do Good Times Breed Cheats?: Entering the Workforce in a Boom Predicts Later Unethical Behavior. [Conference proceeding]

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