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Current Issue: Volume 23, Number 1 (May 2020)
Relaunching ABR in the Midst of a Global Pandemic: Highlights of Vol. 23 (No. 1)
Kamal P. Upadhyaya and Subroto Roy
The Competitive Struggle to Win Tournaments: The Allies’ Race to Capture Adolf Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest
Franklin G. Mixon Jr. and Luis R. Gómez-Mejia
The Role of Foreignness in the Relationship between Disruptive Innovation and MNE Performance
Chuandi Jiang and Xing Zhao
Price Discovery in Agricultural Markets
Keshab Shrestha, Ravichandran Subramaniam, and Thangarajah Thiyagarajan
Assessment of Shopping Mall Customers’ Experience through Criteria of Attractiveness in Tier-II and Tier-III Cities of India: An Exploratory Study
Ashish Gupta, Vaibhav Mishra, and Anushree Tandon
Construal Level Research in Decision Making: Analysis and Pushing Forward the Debate Using Bibliometric Review and Thematic Analysis
Arindra N. Mishra, Alok Raj, and Ashis K. Pani
What CEOs Have to Say: Insights on the STEM Workforce
Sam Zaza, Kristie Abston, Murat Arik, Patrick Geho, and Victor Sanchez
Millennials Acceptance of Insurance Telematics: An Integrative Empirical Study
Xiaoguang Tian, Victor Prybutok, Fouad Mirzaei, and Catalin C. Dinulescu