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Acharya, A A, Imbs, J and Sturgess, J (2006) Finance and efficiency: do bank branching regulations matter? Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Acharya, V and Yorulmazer, T (2006) Too many to fail: an analysis of time-inconsistency in bank closure policies. Working Paper. London Business School nan.

Agarwal, V, Daniel, N D and Naik, N (2006) Role of managerial incentives and discretion in hedge fund performance. Working Paper. London Business School BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre Working Paper Series.

Agarwal, V, Naik, N and et, al. (2006) Risk and Return in Convertible Arbitrage: Evidence from the Convertible Bond Market. Working Paper. London Business School BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre Working Paper Series.

Biais, B, Declerck, F, Dow, J, Portes, R and Thadden, E-L von (2006) European corporate bond markets: transparency, liquidity, efficiency. Working Paper. London Business School nan.

Birkinshaw, J, Bessant, J and Delbridge, R (2006) “Finding, forming and performing: creating networks for discontinuous innovation”. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Birkinshaw, J and Bouquet, C (2006) Voices that count: how foreign subsidiaries gain positive attention from corporate headquarters. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Birkinshaw, J and Mol, M (2006) How management innovation happens. MIT Sloan Management Review, 47 (4). pp. 81-88. ISSN 1532-9194

DeMiguel, V and Mishra, N (2006) What multistage stochastic programming can do for network revenue management. Working Paper. London Business School Decision Sciences Working Paper.

Dow, J, Goldstein, I and Guembel, A (2006) Commitment to overinvest and price informativeness. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Fung, W and Naik, N (2006) Hedge funds: performance, risk and capital formation. Working Paper. London Business School BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre Working Paper Series.

Gary, M S, Larsen, E and Markides, C C (2006) Firm Imitation and Performance: A Simulation Study. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Jacobides, M G (2006) How profits, production and resource payments evolve over time: understanding the dynamics of a Schumpeterian wave. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Kaltenbrunner, G and Lochstoer, L (2006) Long-run risk through consumption smoothing. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Kosowski, R, Naik, N and Teo, M (2006) Do hedge funds deliver alpha?: a Bayesian and bootstrap analysis. Working Paper. London Business School BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre Working Paper Series.

Lochstoer, L (2006) Expected returns and the business cycle: heterogeneous agents and heterogeneous goods. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Lynch, Susan (2006) Structuring interaction inside firms: formal boundaries and tie formation. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Markides, C C and Chu, W (2006) Innovation through Ambidexterity: How to Achieve the Ambidextrous Organization. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Markides, C C and Nattermann, P M (2006) Competitor Behavior in response to new entry: The Case of the German mobile phone market 1986-1998. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Naik, N, Ramadorai, T and Stromqvist, M (2006) Capacity constraints and hedge fund strategy returns. Working Paper. London Business School BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre Working Paper Series.

Rogan, Michelle (2006) Acquiring social capital. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Ruperez Micola, Augusto (2006) Interrelationship models in energy markets. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Smith, N C, Klein, J G and Kimmel, A J (2006) Social contract theory and the ethics of deception in consumer research. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Marketing Working Paper.

Vidolovska, Ana (2006) On the value-relevance of financial and non-financial information: the case of internally generated intangibles. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Zheng, Y, Liu, J and George, G (2006) The value of capabilities and networks in technology start-ups. Working Paper. London Business School Coller Institute of Private Equity Working Paper.

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