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Mario Schijven

Assistant Professor of Business Administration



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Articles in Journals


Tochman Campbell, J., Sirmon, D., Schijven, M. Forthcoming. The good, the bad, and the fuzzy: A configurational approach to investor perceptions of acquisition announcements. Academy of Management Journal

Bingham, C., Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M., Gates, S. Forthcoming. Concurrent learning: How firms develop multiple dynamic capabilities in parallel. Strategic Management Journal

Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M., Gates, S. 2012. Manifestations of higher-order routines: The underlying mechanisms of deliberate learning in the context of post-acquisition integration. Academy of Management Journal, 55: 703-726

Schijven, M., Hitt, M. 2012. The vicarious wisdom of crowds: Toward a behavioral perspective on investor reactions to acquisition announcements. Strategic Management Journal, 33: 1247-1268

Hitt, M., King, D., Krishnan, H., Makri, M., Schijven, M., Shimizu, K., Zhu, H. 2009. Mergers and acquisitions: Overcoming pitfalls, building synergy, and creating value. Business Horizons, 52: 523-529

Barkema, H., Schijven, M. 2008. Toward unlocking the full potential of acquisitions: The role of organizational restructuring. Academy of Management Journal, 51: 696-722

Barkema, H., Schijven, M. 2008. How do firms learn to make acquisitions? A review of past research and an agenda for the future. Journal of Management, 34: 594-634

Proceedings


Tochman Campbell, J., Sirmon, D., Schijven, M. 2013. The good, the bad, and the fuzzy: A configurational approach to mergers and acquisitions., Seventy-third Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. 2009. Caution or causation? The underlying mechanisms of deliberate learning in the context of post-acquisition integration, Sixty-ninth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Schijven, M. 2006. Experience homogeneity or experience heterogeneity? A stepwise approach to acquisition capability development, Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Schijven, M. 2005. Curing the firm’s indigestion: Organizational restructuring and the dynamics of acquisition performance, Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Working Papers


Nalick, M., Kuban, S., Xu, K., Schijven, M. 2015. Shades of color in corporate political activities: The extent to which CEOs paint firms red or blue. Nearing submission to the Journal of Management.

Schijven, M., Barkema, H. 2015. A dynamic approach to acquisition capability development: The joint importance of experience homogeneity and heterogeneity. First revision in preparation for resubmission to Administrative Science Qua

Schijven, M., Martin, X. 2015. It’s not all in the head(quarters): Organizational hierarchy and the locus of acquisition capability development. Nearing submission to the Strategic Management Journal.

Schijven, M., Martin, X. 2015. The promises and perils of learning amidst multiple foci: Evidence from acquisitions. Nearing submission to Organization Science.

Presentations


Bingham, C., Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. Forthcoming. Parallel learning: How firms build capabilities concurrently, N/A

Nalick, M., Kuban, S., Xu, K., Schijven, M. 2014. Unmasking firms’ political ideological associations, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

Bingham, C., Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M., Gates, S. 2013. Concurrent learning: How firms build multiple capabilities in parallel, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando.

Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. 2013. Centralize or decentralize? The effect of structure and power on acquisition integration performance, Strategic Management Society, Atlanta.

Schijven, M., Nadolska, A., Boons, M., Barkema, H. 2013. The right people for the job: Integrating corporate strategy, top team composition, and learning, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando.

Tochman Campbell, J., Sirmon, D., Schijven, M. 2013. The good, the bad, and the fuzzy: A configurational approach to acquisitions, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando.

Bingham, C., Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. 2012. Parallel learning: How firms build capabilities concurrently, Academy of Management 2012 Annual Meeting, Boston.

King, D., Patel, P., Schijven, M. 2012. Organizational indigestion: Managerial capacity as a limit to acquisitive growth, Academy of Management 2012 Annual Meeting, Boston.

Amiryany, N., Schijven, M. 2011. Acquiring capabilities and the importance of routines: An exploratory case study, Strategic Management Society 2011 Annual Conference, Miami.

Brymer, R., Schijven, M., Sirmon, D., Tuggle, C. 2011. Second-order fit in mergers and acquisitions, Acadeny of Management 2011 Annual Meeting, San Antonio.

Barkema, H., Nadolska, A., Schijven, M. 2010. The contrasting demands of acquisitive and organic growth: The role of the top management team, Academy of Management 2010 Annual Meeting, Montreal.

Brymer, R., Schijven, M., Sirmon, D. 2010. Second-order fit in mergers and acquisitions, Strategic Management Society 2010 Annual Conference, Rome.

King, D., Schijven, M. 2010. Investors as advisors to strategic decisions: A behavioral model of acquisition due diligence length, Academy of Management 2010 Annual Meeting, Montreal.

Schijven, M. 2010. M&A at the crossroads, Strategic Management Society 2010 Annual Conference, Rome.

Barkema, H., Nadolska, A., Schijven, M. 2009. The contrasting demands of acquisitive and organic growth: The role of top management team composition and experience, Strategic Management Society 2009 Annual Conference, Washington D.C..

Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. 2009. Caution or causation? The underlying mechanisms of deliberate learning in the context of post-acquisition integration, Academy of Management 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Heimeriks, K., Schijven, M. 2009. Caution or causation? The underlying mechanism of deliberate learning in the context of post-acquisition integration, 2009 Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs.

Hitt, M., Schijven, M. 2009. Perceiving perceptions: A behavioral model of investor reactions to acquisition announcements, Academy of Management 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Martin, X., Schijven, M. 2009. The locus of acquisition capability development: Business-unit experience interplay across firm and industry boundaries, 2009 Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs.

Schijven, M. 2009. Caution or causation? The underlying mechanism of deliberate learning in the context of post-acquisition integration, 2009 Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs.

Martin, X., Schijven, M. 2008. An inside look at acquisition capability development: Experience heterogeneity and the locus of organizational learning, Strategic Management Society 2008 Annual Conference, Cologne.

Schijven, M. 2008. An inside look at acquisition capability development: Experience heterogeneity and the locus of organizational learning, Academy of Management 2008 Annual Meeting, Anaheim.

Barkema, H., Schijven, M. 2007. Cracking the code: The joint importance of experience homogeneity and heterogeneity in acquisition capability development, Strategic Management Society 2007 Annual Conference, San Diego.

Barkema, H., Schijven, M. 2007. Towards unlocking the full potential of acquisitions: The role of organizational restructuring, Strategic Management Society 2007 Annual Conference, San Diego.

Martin, X., Schijven, M. 2007. The anatomy of organizational learning: Towards an integrative framework of the performance effects of experiential and vicarious learning, 2007 Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Capabilities (OLKC), London.

Schijven, M. 2007. The anatomy of organizational learning: Towards an integrative framework of performance effects, Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

Barkema, H., Schijven, M. 2006. A dynamic approach to explaining acquisition performance: The role of organizational restructuring, Annual Conference on Corporate Strategy 2006, Berlin.

Schijven, M. 2006. Experience homogeneity or experience heterogeneity? A stepwise approach to acquisition capability development., Academy of Management 2006 Annual Meeting, Atlanta.

Schijven, M. 2006. Experience homogeneity or experience heterogeneity? A stepwise approach to acquisition capability development., Annual Conference on Corporate Strategy 2006, Berlin.

Schijven, M. 2005. Curing the firm’s indigestion: Organizational restructuring and the dynamics of acquisition performance., Academy of Managment 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu.

Schijven, M. 2005. The fertility and fragility of horizontal acquisition capability: A dynamic approach to improving acquisition performance., Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu.

Schijven, M. 2005. International acquisitions and the internal boundaries of the firm: Enabling rapid expansion., Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu.

Schijven, M. 2004. How knowledge sharing affects the performance contribution of international acquisitions: Striking a balance through reorganization., Academy of Management 2004 Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Schijven, M. 2004. How knowledge sharing affects the performance contribution of international acquisitions: Striking a balance through reorganization., Academy of International Business 2004 Annual Meeting, Stockholm.