Fellow of the Strategic Management Society
Jeffrey J. Reuer spends much of his time researching Industrial organization, Transaction cost, Corporate governance, Empirical evidence and Marketing. His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Multinational corporation, International business, Venture capital, Information asymmetry and Adverse selection. He combines subjects such as Diversity, Valuation effects, Shareholder value, Initial public offering and Investment banking with his study of Information asymmetry.
Jeffrey J. Reuer works mostly in the field of Transaction cost, limiting it down to concerns involving Equity and, occasionally, Partial support and Microeconomics. Jeffrey J. Reuer studies Corporate governance, focusing on Organizational governance in particular. Jeffrey J. Reuer interconnects Production, Affect and Economy in the investigation of issues within Organizational governance.
His main research concerns Industrial organization, Corporate governance, Marketing, Transaction cost and Initial public offering. His research in Industrial organization focuses on subjects like Information asymmetry, which are connected to Information economics. His work investigates the relationship between Corporate governance and topics such as Accounting that intersect with problems in Control.
His work deals with themes such as Resource and Venture capital, which intersect with Marketing. Transaction cost combines with fields such as Structure and Strategic alliance in his research. His work focuses on many connections between Initial public offering and other disciplines, such as Entrepreneurship, that overlap with his field of interest in Capital.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Corporate governance, Strategic management, Context and Public relations. His studies deal with areas such as Economies of agglomeration, Value, Transaction cost and New Ventures as well as Industrial organization. He has included themes like Accounting, Equity, Knowledge management, Scope and Value in his Corporate governance study.
The Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Resource and Resource-based view. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Value, focusing on Marketing and, on occasion, Information economics and Information asymmetry. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Multinational corporation, Internationalization and Corporate finance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Marketing, Strategic management, Field and Industrial organization. His Corporate governance research includes elements of Net asset value, Equity, Knowledge management, Bargaining power and Transaction cost. The various areas that Jeffrey J. Reuer examines in his Transaction cost study include Incentive, Knowledge transfer and Knowledge sharing.
His Marketing research includes themes of Information asymmetry, Imitation, Information economics and Value. His research investigates the connection with Strategic management and areas like Theory of the firm which intersect with concerns in Foreign direct investment, Investment decisions, Valuation and Real options theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Knowledge protection, Value and Competitive dynamics in addition to Industrial organization.
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Interorganizational Routines and Performance in Strategic Alliances
Maurizio Zollo;Jeffrey J. Reuer;Harbir Singh.
Strategic alliance contracts: dimensions and determinants of contractual complexity
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Africa Ariño.
Post-formation dynamics in strategic alliances
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Maurizio Zollo;Harbir Singh.
Do make or buy decisions matter? The influence of organizational governance on technological performance
Michael J. Leiblein;Jeffrey J. Reuer;Frédéric Dalsace.
Downside Risk Implications of Multinationality and International Joint Ventures
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Michael J. Leiblein.
Contractual Renegotiations in Strategic Alliances
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Africa Ariño.
International Joint Ventures and The Value of Growth Options
Tony W. Tong;Jeffrey J. Reuer;Mike W. Peng.
Asymmetric information and joint venture performance : Theory and evidence for domestic and international joint ventures
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Mitchell P. Koza.
AGENCY COSTS AND THE PERFORMANCE IMPLICATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURE INTERNALIZATION
Jeffrey J. Reuer;Kent D. Miller.
Real options theory in strategic management
Lenos Trigeorgis;Jeffrey J. Reuer.
Strategic Management Journal (2017)
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