Kristen Madison
Kristen Madison
Professor of Entrepreneurship, Oklahoma State University
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Viewing family firm behavior and governance through the lens of agency and stewardship theories
K Madison, DT Holt, FW Kellermanns, AL Ranft
Family Business Review 29 (1), 65-93, 2016
Entrepreneurial team composition characteristics and new venture performance: A meta–analysis
L Jin, K Madison, ND Kraiczy, FW Kellermanns, TR Crook, J Xi
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 41 (5), 743-771, 2017
Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: The road traveled and the path ahead
P Harvey, K Madison, M Martinko, TR Crook, TA Crook
Academy of Management Perspectives 28 (2), 128-146, 2014
Nonfamily members in family firms: A review and future research agenda
W Tabor, JJ Chrisman, K Madison, JM Vardaman
Family Business Review 31 (1), 54-79, 2018
Family firm human resource practices: Investigating the effects of professionalization and bifurcation bias on performance
K Madison, JJ Daspit, K Turner, FW Kellermanns
Journal of Business Research 84, 327-336, 2018
The emergence of bifurcation bias from unbalanced families: Examining HR practices in the family firm using circumplex theory
JJ Daspit, K Madison, T Barnett, RG Long
Human Resource Management Review 28 (1), 18-32, 2018
Coexisting agency and stewardship governance in family firms: An empirical investigation of individual-level and firm-level effects
K Madison, FW Kellermanns, TP Munyon
Family Business Review 30 (4), 347-368, 2017
Agency theory and stewardship theory integrated, expanded, and bounded by context: an empirical investigation of structure, behavior, and performance within family firms
KJ Madison
Is the spiritual bond bound by blood? An exploratory study of spiritual leadership in family firms
K Madison, FW Kellermanns
Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion 10 (2), 159-182, 2013
Strategic posture and performance: Revealing differences between family and nonfamily firms
K Madison, RC Runyan, JL Swinney
Journal of Family Business Strategy 5 (3), 239-251, 2014
Variance in family members’ assessments: The importance of dispersion modeling in family firm research
DT Holt, K Madison, FW Kellermanns
Family Business Review 30 (1), 61-83, 2017
Is it all about money?–Affective commitment and the difference between family and non‐family sellers in buyouts
O Ahlers, A Hack, K Madison, M Wright, FW Kellermanns
British Journal of Management 28 (2), 159-179, 2017
The effects of spiritual leadership in family firms: A conservation of resources perspective
W Tabor, K Madison, LE Marler, FW Kellermanns
Journal of Business Ethics 163 (4), 729-743, 2020
After the harvest: A stewardship perspective on entrepreneurship and philanthropy
BD Mathias, SJ Solomon, K Madison
Journal of Business Venturing 32 (4), 385-404, 2017
Other organizations are doing it, why shouldn't we? A look at downsizing and organizational identity through an institutional theory lens
KM Day, AA Armenakis, HS Feild, DR Norris
Journal of Change Management 12 (2), 165-188, 2012
Do nonfamily managers enhance family firm performance?
H Fang, JJ Chrisman, JJ Daspit, K Madison
Small Business Economics 58 (3), 1459-1474, 2022
A dynamic framework of noneconomic goals and inter-family agency complexities in multi-family firms
JJ Chrisman, K Madison, T Kim
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 45 (4), 906-930, 2021
Kinship and gender in family firms: New insights into employees’ organizational citizenship behavior
K Madison, KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns, GN Powell
Family Business Review 34 (3), 270-295, 2021
The influence of women on SME innovation in emerging markets
K Madison, CB Moore, JJ Daspit, JK Nabisaalu
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 16 (2), 281-313, 2022
Does knowing “who knows what” matter for family firm innovation? Insights from transactive memory system theory
K Madison, JJ Daspit, EG Marett
Family Business Review 34 (2), 168-192, 2021
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