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Michael A. Hitt

Having your research published in top scholarly journals is one of the crowning achievements in our profession. It is exciting and satisfying to have your work published in one of these journals with other high-quality scholarly research. Most of these top journals accept 5–10 percent of the manuscripts submitted. Therefore, they truly represent the crème de la crème of the research in the field. Publishing work in these top journals is challenging, given the large amount of competition for journal space and high standards enforced by these journals (evidenced by the low acceptance rates). Therefore, the publication process can also be frustrating at times. Yet, there are actions that we can take to increase the probability that our work will be published in these journals.

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Michael A. Hitt and Tiago Ratinho

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Rhett A. Brymer and Michael A. Hitt

Human capital complementarities in an organization are strongly influenced by the social relations among employees. We argue that the nature of these relations, both value enhancing and prohibiting, are essential elements for the emergence of human capital resources. Yet, scholarship to date has supported a prevailing assumption of social relations that recognizes only positive, productive relations that build social capital. Our work here challenges this assumption and specifies a range of social relations that includes agonistic relations – those capable of producing human capital discomplementarities – that stand in contrast to classical conceptions of social capital. Using employee mobility as an illustration, we explain how (dis)complementarities can shift with different firm and employee actions, including turnover, retention, and hiring. We conclude with a broader outline of firm-level strategies and policies that can prompt human capital (dis)complementarities in the emergence process.

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Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland and Glenn W. Rowe

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Dan Li, Jingyu Li and Michael A Hitt

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Candida Brush, Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland and Dean A. Shepherd