Philippe Very
Philippe Very
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The development of organizational social capital: Attributes of family firms
JL Arregle, MA Hitt, DG Sirmon, P Very
Journal of management studies 44 (1), 73-95, 2007
18582007
The culture–performance relationship in M&A: From yes/no to how
S Teerikangas, P Very
British journal of management 17 (S1), S31-S48, 2006
4582006
Relative standing and the performance of recently acquired European firms
P Very, M Lubatkin, R Calori, J Veiga
Strategic management journal 18 (8), 593-614, 1997
4521997
The acquisition process as a learning process: Evidence from a study of critical problems and solutions in domestic and cross-border deals
P Very, DM Schweiger
Journal of world business 36 (1), 11-31, 2001
3362001
Control mechanisms in cross-border acquisitions: An international comparison
R Calori, M Lubatkin, P Very
Organization studies 15 (3), 361-379, 1994
3061994
A cross-national assessment of acculturative stress in recent European mergers
P Very, M Lubatkin, R Calori
International Studies of Management & Organization 26 (1), 59-86, 1996
2881996
Managing mergers across borders: A two-nation exploration of a nationally bound administrative heritage
M Lubatkin, R Calori, P Very, JF Veiga
Organization Science 9 (6), 670-684, 1998
2821998
An embeddedness framing of governance and opportunism: towards a cross-nationally accommodating theory of agency
M Lubatkin, PJ Lane, S Collin, P Very
Journal of Organizational Behavior 28 (1), 43-58, 2007
2572007
Origins of corporate governance in the USA, Sweden and France
MH Lubatkin, PJ Lane, SO Collin, P Very
Organization Studies 26 (6), 867-888, 2005
2152005
Research note measuring organizational culture clashes: A two-nation post-hoc analysis of a cultural compatibility index
J Veiga, M Lubatkin, R Calori, P Very
Human Relations 53 (4), 539-557, 2000
2082000
Modelling the origins of nationally-bound administrative heritages: A historical institutional analysis of French and British firms
R Calori, M Lubatkin, P Very, JF Veiga
Organization Science 8 (6), 681-696, 1997
1951997
Expatriation as a bridge over troubled water: A knowledge-based perspective applied to cross-border acquisitions
L Hébert, P Very, PW Beamish
Organization Studies 26 (10), 1455-1476, 2005
1732005
Sociocultural integration in mergers and acquisitions: Unresolved paradoxes and directions for future research
GK Stahl, DN Angwin, P Very, E Gomes, Y Weber, SY Tarba, ...
Thunderbird international business review 55 (4), 333-356, 2013
1682013
Creating value through merger and acquisition integration
DM Schweiger, P Very
Advances in mergers and acquisitions, 2003
1452003
Measuring performance during M&A integration
S Gates, P Very
Long Range Planning 36 (2), 167-185, 2003
1392003
Origines du capital social et avantages concurrentiels des firmes familiales
JL Arrègle, R Durand, P Very
M@ n@ gement 7 (2), 13-36, 2004
1202004
Integration managers' value‐capturing roles and acquisition performance
S Teerikangas, P Véry, V Pisano
Human Resource Management 50 (5), 651-683, 2011
1042011
Success in diversification: building on core competences
P Very
Long Range Planning 26 (5), 80-92, 1993
821993
An investigation of national and organizational cultural influences in recent European mergers
P Very, R Calori, M Lubatkin
Advances in strategic management 9 (1), 323-346, 1993
641993
Les| PMI face à la planification stratégique
R Calori, P Véry, JL Arregle
HAL Post-Print, 1997
521997
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