David Souder – Publications

David Souder, Associate Professor, Management

  1. David Souder. 2019. ‘Coordinating infrastructure changes to meet retiring baby boomers’ needs,’ forthcoming in the Handbook of Inclusive Innovation: The Role of Organizations, Markets and Communities in Social Innovation. Published by Edward Elgar, edited by Gerard George, Ted Baker, Paul Tracey, and Havovi Joshi.  2019 Ch11_Souder
  2. David Souder and Philip Bromiley. 2017. ‘Timing for dollars: How option exercisability influences resource allocation,’ Journal of Management, 43(8): 2555-2579.  Souder_Bromiley JOM 2017
  3. David Souder, Akbar Zaheer, Harry Sapienza, and Rebecca Ranucci. 2017. ‘How family influence, socioemotional wealth, and competitive conditions shape new technology adoption,’ Strategic Management Journal, 38(9): 1774-1790.  Souder_et_al-2016-Strategic_Management_Journal
  4. David Souder, Phil Bromiley, Scott Mitchell, and Greg Reilly. 2017. ‘Does investing for the long term pay off for firms?’ From Research to Practice section of Rutgers Business Review, 2(2): 191-198.  SSRN-id3014700_Rutgers Business Review
  5. David Souder, Greg Reilly, Philip Bromiley, and Scott Mitchell. 2016. ‘A behavioral understanding of investment horizon and firm performance,’ Organization Science, 27(5): 1202-1218.  Org Sci_Souder et al_in advance
  6. Greg Reilly, David Souder, and Rebecca Ranucci. 2016. “Investment horizon in the resource allocation process: A review and framework for next steps,” Journal of Management, 42(5): 1169-1194.  JOM final PDF
  7. David Souder, Greg Reilly, and Rebecca Ranucci. 2015. ‘Bringing long-term thinking into business,’ a systematic review sponsored by the Network for Business Sustainabilityhttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d5156083138fd000193c11a/t/5d640a8999293800015c26ed/1566837390774/NBS-Long-Term-Thinking-SR.pdf
  8. Rebecca Ranucci and David Souder. 2015. ‘Facilitating tacit knowledge transfer: Routine compatibility, trustworthiness, and integration in M&As,’ Journal of Knowledge Management, 19(2): 257-276. Ranucci_Souder JKM-06-2014-0260
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  9. Jared Harris, Scott G. Johnson, and David Souder. 2013. ‘Model-theoretic knowledge accumulation: The case of agency theory and incentive alignment,’ Academy of Management Review, 38(3): 442-454.
  10. Aks Zaheer, Xavier Castaner, and David Souder. 2013. ‘Synergy sources, target autonomy, and acquisition performance,’ Journal of Management, 39(3): 604-632.
  11. David Souder and Philip Bromiley. 2012. ‘Explaining temporal orientation: Evidence from the durability of firms’ capital investments,’ Strategic Management Journal, 33(5): 550-569.
  12. David Souder, Zeki Simsek and Scott G. Johnson. 2012. ‘The differing effects of agent and founder CEOs on the firm’s market expansion,’ Strategic Management Journal, 33(1): 23-41.
  13. David Souder and J. Myles Shaver. 2010. ‘Constraints and incentives for making long horizon corporate investments,’ Strategic Management Journal, 31(12): 1316-1335.
  14. Zeki Simsek, Ciaran Heavey, John F. Veiga, and David Souder. 2009. ‘A typology for aligning organizational ambidexterity’s conceptualizations, antecedents, and outcomes,’ Journal of Management Studies, 46(5): 864-894.
  15. David Souder. 2008. ‘Which firms invest for the long term? Longitudinal evidence from cable TV operators,’ Academy of Management Proceedings.
  16. Jared Harris and David Souder. 2004. ‘Bad apples or bad bushel? Ethics, efficiency and capital market integrity,’ Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 23(1&2): 201-222.