Anne Norheim-Hansen
Anne Norheim-Hansen
Associate Professor, KEDGE Business School
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Are ‘green brides’ more attractive? An empirical examination of how prospective partners’ environmental reputation affects the trust-based mechanism in alliance formation
A Norheim-Hansen
Journal of Business Ethics 132 (4), 813-830, 2015
Contextualising diversity management in the Middle East and North Africa: a relational perspective
S Hennekam, L Tahssain‐Gay, J Syed
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (3), 459-476, 2017
Match-making in international joint ventures in emerging economies: Aligning asymmetric financial strength and equity stake
PX Meschi, A Norheim-Hansen, EL Riccio
Management International Review 57 (3), 411-440, 2017
Partner‐diversity effects on alliance termination in the early stage of green alliance formation: Empirical evidence from carbon‐emission reduction projects in Latin America
PX Meschi, A Norheim‐Hansen
Business Strategy and the Environment 29 (1), 250-261, 2020
The virtues of green strategies: Some empirical support from the Alliance context
A Norheim-Hansen
Journal of Business Ethics 151 (4), 1161-1173, 2018
Tying the Acquirer's Human Resource Management Quality to Cross‐Border Acquisition Divestment Probability: Curvilinear Connection with Slacklining
E Avetisyan, Y Baruch, PX Meschi, E Metais, A Norheim‐Hansen
British Journal of Management 31 (3), 568-588, 2020
De-escalate commitment? Firm responses to the threat of negative reputation spillovers from alliance partners’ environmental misconduct
A Norheim-Hansen, PX Meschi
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-18, 2020
To ally or not to ally and why high-reputation firms can gain reputation from selecting lower-reputation partners
A Norheim-Hansen
European Journal of International Management 11 (2), 227-250, 2017
Advocacy or Adversary Response Strategy to an Alliance Partner’s Reputational Crisis?
A Norheim-Hansen, PX Meschi
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 13892, 2017
From Large to Small Environmental Reputation Asymmetry and Strategic Alliance Performance: A Theoretical Investigation
A Norheim-Hansen
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 25 …, 2014
Sustainable development and strategic alliances: four essays on implications of firms' environmental performance for their cooperative strategies
A Norheim-Hansen
Aix-Marseille, 2014
To Ally or Not to Ally with Firms Having Lower Environmental Reputations
A Norheim-Hansen
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 10433, 2014
The Influence of Environmental Reputation Asymmetry Size on Alliance Performance
A Norheim-Hansen
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 11485, 2013
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