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Maureen I Muller-Kahle
Maureen I Muller-Kahle
Associate Professor of Business, The Pennsylvania State University
Verified email at psu.edu
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CEO power and risk taking: Evidence from the subprime lending industry
KB Lewellyn, MI Muller‐Kahle
Corporate Governance: An International Review 20 (3), 289-307, 2012
3262012
Did board configuration matter? The case of US subprime lenders
MI Muller‐Kahle, KB Lewellyn
Corporate Governance: An International Review 19 (5), 405-417, 2011
1942011
Antecedents of shareholder activism in target firms: evidence from a multi‐country study
WQ Judge, A Gaur, MI Muller‐Kahle
Corporate Governance: An International Review 18 (4), 258-273, 2010
1912010
The corporate board glass ceiling: The role of empowerment and culture in shaping board gender diversity
KB Lewellyn, MI Muller-Kahle
Journal of Business Ethics 165 (2), 329-346, 2020
1352020
Gaining the ultimate power edge: Women in the dual role of CEO and Chair
MI Muller-Kahle, E Schiehll
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (5), 666-679, 2013
632013
Pilot, pivot and advisory boards: The role of governance configurations in innovation commitment
E Schiehll, KB Lewellyn, MI Muller-Kahle
Organization Studies 39 (10), 1449-1472, 2018
472018
A configurational approach to understanding gender differences in entrepreneurial activity: a fuzzy set analysis of 40 countries
KB Lewellyn, MI Muller-Kahle
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 12 (3), 765-790, 2016
402016
Board Structure: An Empirical Study of Firms in Anglo-American Governance Environments.
MI Muller-Kahle, L Wang, J Wu
Managerial Finance 40 (7), 681-699, 2014
352014
What are the correlates of interdisciplinary research impact? The case of corporate governance research
WQ Judge, T Weber, MI Muller-Kahle
Academy of Management Learning & Education 11 (1), 82-98, 2012
332012
A configurational exploration of how female and male CEOs influence their compensation
KB Lewellyn, MI Muller-Kahle
Journal of Management 48 (7), 2031-2074, 2022
222022
Human and relational capital behind the structural power of CEOs in Chinese listed firms
W Yan, E Schiehll, MI Muller-Kahle
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 36, 715-743, 2019
222019
The impact of dominant ownership: the case of Anglo-American firms
MI Muller-Kahle
Journal of Management & Governance 19 (1), 71-89, 2015
222015
The configurational effects of board monitoring and the institutional environment on CEO compensation: a country-level fuzzy-set analysis
KB Lewellyn, MI Muller-Kahle
Journal of Management & Governance 20 (4), 729-757, 2016
172016
ESG leaders or laggards? A configurational analysis of ESG performance
K Lewellyn, M Muller-Kahle
Business & Society 63 (5), 1149-1202, 2024
62024
Human and Relational Capital behind the Structural Power of Female CEOs in China
W Yan, E Schiehll, MI Muller-Kahle
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 16073, 2018
12018
The Impact of Fit between Anticipated and Actual Entry Mode Selection on Firm Performance: Evidence from China
J Wu, MI Muller-Kahle, AS Arora, R Leseane
The Journal of International Business Research and Practice 7, 133-154, 2013
12013
What is influencing financially-driven shareholder activism in the US and UK—Principal-agent or principal-principal problems?
MI Muller-Kahle
Old Dominion University, 2010
12010
The Value of Earnings Quality In Emerging Markets: What Can We Learn From Different Earnings Management Approaches?
L Wang, MI Muller-Kahle, C Jiang
Journal of International Finance and Economics 14 (4), 123-134, 2014
2014
Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Activity: A Configurational Approach
K Lewellyn, M Muller-Kahle
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 12860, 2014
2014
Alessandro Zattoni and William Judge, eds. Corporate Governance and Initial Public Offerings, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012, 568 pp, ISBN 978‐1‐1‐7‐01686
M Muller‐Kahle
Corporate Governance: An International Review 21 (6), 586-587, 2013
2013
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