Timothy G. Pollock mostly deals with Compensation, Executive compensation, Accounting, Sample and Marketing. The various areas that Timothy G. Pollock examines in his Compensation study include Shareholder, Certification and Remuneration. His Executive compensation study incorporates themes from Economic Justice, Microeconomics, Argument and Employee benefits.
His research investigates the link between Accounting and topics such as Insider that cross with problems in Initial public offering. His studies in Initial public offering integrate themes in fields like Corporate governance, Public relations and Mass media. His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Popularity, Level of analysis and Construct.
Timothy G. Pollock mainly focuses on Marketing, Reputation, Public relations, Initial public offering and Venture capital. His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Homophily, Value, Resource and Entrepreneurship. His Reputation study also includes
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Affect, Corporate reputation and Corporate governance. His Initial public offering study is concerned with the larger field of Accounting. Timothy G. Pollock undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Venture capital and Sample through his research.
Timothy G. Pollock spends much of his time researching Reputation, Social psychology, Stigma, Advertising and Entrepreneurship. Timothy G. Pollock has researched Reputation in several fields, including Criminology and Venture capital. Stigma combines with fields such as Medical cannabis, Marketing and Deviance in his work.
His Entrepreneurship investigation overlaps with Social structure and Topic areas. His study deals with a combination of Information availability and Initial public offering. His Initial public offering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Expectancy theory and Financial economics.
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Media Legitimation Effects in the Market for Initial Public Offerings
Timothy G. Pollock;Violina P. Rindova.
Celebrity Firms: The Social Construction Of Market Popularity
Violina P. Rindova;Timothy G. Pollock;Mathew L.A. Hayward.
Are more resources always better for growth? Resource stickiness in market and product expansion
Yuri Mishina;Timothy G. Pollock;Joseph F. Porac.
A Tale of Two Assets: The Effects of Firm Reputation and Celebrity on Earnings Surprises and Investors' Reactions
Michael D. Pfarrer;Timothy G. Pollock;Violina P. Rindova.
Believing one's own press: the causes and consequences of CEO celebrity
Mathew L. A. Hayward;Violina P. Rindova;Timothy G. Pollock.
TESTING A MODEL OF REASONED RISK-TAKING: GOVERNANCE, THE EXPERIENCE OF PRINCIPALS AND AGENTS, AND GLOBAL STRATEGY IN HIGH-TECHNOLOGY IPO FIRMS
Mason A. Carpenter;Timothy G. Pollock;Myleen M. Leary.
EFFECTS OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND POWER ON SURVIVING TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE: THE CASE OF INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS
Harald M. Fischer;Timothy G. Pollock.
Why “Good” Firms do Bad Things: The Effects of High Aspirations, High Expectations, and Prominence on the Incidence of Corporate Illegality
Yuri Mishina;Bernadine J. Dykes;Emily S. Block;Timothy G. Pollock.
Industry Categories and the Politics of the Comparable Firm in CEO Compensation
Joseph F. Porac;James B. Wade;Timothy G. Pollock.
THE BURDEN OF CELEBRITY: THE IMPACT OF CEO CERTIFICATION CONTESTS ON CEO PAY AND PERFORMANCE
James B. Wade;Joseph F. Porac;Timothy G. Pollock;Scott D. Graffin.
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