Academy of Management Journal

Death hurts, but it isn't fatal: The postexit diffusion of knowledge created by innovative companies

Drawing on the contrast between private and public knowledge, this paper asks whether a firm's innovative knowledge dies with it or if instead significant diffusion of knowledge occurs even after a firm exits an industry. Abstract and download

A faustian bargain? The growth of management and its relationship with related disciplines

Using citation data for all Academy of Management Journal articles published between 1980 and 2005, this paper documents the temporal changes in interlinkages between management and the related disciplines of economics, psychology, and sociology. Abstract and download