Polarization and corruption in America
Using panel data from the US states, we document a robust negative relationship between state-level government corruption and ideological polarization. This finding is sustained when state polarization is instrumented using lagged state neighbor ideology.
Boundary spanners in the orchestration of resources : global-local complementarities in action
This research focuses on managerial roles and practices in the local–global deployment of the orchestration of
resources. We aim at understanding how local and global managers contribute to ‘sensing’, ‘seizing’ and