William Q. Judge mainly focuses on Marketing, Process management, Survey data collection, Empirical research and Strategic planning. The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Developing country, Transaction cost, Asset specificity and Industrial organization. His Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Task and R&D management.
William Q. Judge has included themes like Tertiary sector of the economy, Corporate governance and Accounting, Equity in his Empirical research study. His study looks at the relationship between Corporate governance and fields such as Multinational corporation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. William Q. Judge interconnects Strategic management, Strategy implementation and Public relations in the investigation of issues within Strategic planning.
Corporate governance, Accounting, Public relations, Stakeholder and Marketing are his primary areas of study. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Institutional theory, Agency, Empirical research, Initial public offering and Economic system. His research integrates issues of Operations management and Process management in his study of Empirical research.
The various areas that William Q. Judge examines in his Accounting study include Executive compensation, Principal–agent problem and Affect. He interconnects Experiential learning, Strategic leadership, Entrepreneurship and Process in the investigation of issues within Public relations. William Q. Judge is involved in the study of Marketing that focuses on Strategic planning in particular.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Corporate governance, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Public relations and Initial public offering. His studies deal with areas such as Financial economics, Institutional theory and Economic system as well as Corporate governance. The concepts of his Accounting study are interwoven with issues in Stakeholder and Principal–agent problem.
His Stakeholder research incorporates elements of Strategic planning and Enterprise software. His work deals with themes such as Institutional entrepreneurship, Marketing and Liability, which intersect with Entrepreneurship. The Executive leadership research William Q. Judge does as part of his general Public relations study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Tokenism, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Accounting, Initial public offering, Institutional theory and Stakeholder. William Q. Judge has included themes like Regional science, Economy and Human capital in his Corporate governance study. His study in Accounting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Information asymmetry, Executive compensation, Principal–agent problem and Shareholder.
William Q. Judge usually deals with Initial public offering and limits it to topics linked to Business economics and Marketing, Industrial organization and Valuation. His Institutional theory research incorporates themes from Multinational corporation, National wealth and Economic system. His Stakeholder study deals with Deviance intersecting with Entrepreneurship.
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Institutional and strategic choice perspectives on board involvement in the strategic decision process.
William Q. Judge;Carl P. Zeithaml.
Total Quality Management Implementation and Competitive Advantage: The Role of Structural Control and Exploration
Thomas J. Douglas;William Q. Judge.
Performance Implications of Incorporating Natural Environmental Issues into the Strategic Planning Process: An Empirical Assessment
William Q. Judge;Thomas J. Douglas.
Strategic leadership and executive innovation influence: an international multi-cluster comparative study
Detelin S. Elenkov;William Judge;Peter Wright.
Antecedents and outcomes of decision speed in different environmental contexts.
William Q. Judge;Alex Miller.
DIVERSIFICATION AND TOP MANAGEMENT TEAM COMPLEMENTARITY: IS PERFORMANCE IMPROVED BY MERGING SIMILAR OR DISSIMILAR TEAMS?
Hema A. Krishnan;Alex Miller;William Q. Judge.
The New Task of R&D Management: Creating Goal-Directed Communities for Innovation
William Q. Judge;Gerald E. Fryxell;Robert S. Dooley.
National Adoption of International Accounting Standards: An Institutional Perspective
William Judge;Shaomin Li;Robert Pinsker.
The Theory of the Growth of the Firm, by Edith T. Penrose. Oxford: Blackwell, 1959 (Book Review)
Anil Nair;Joseph Trendowski;William Judge.
Organizational capacity for change and environmental performance: an empirical assessment of Bulgarian firms
William Q. Judge;Detelin Elenkov.
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