William P. Barnett

Affiliations: 
Business Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
organizational theory
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Jane C. Wei grad student 2000 Stanford
Daniel G. Stewart grad student 2002 Stanford
Nicholas J. Switanek grad student 2008 Stanford
Mi Feng grad student 2009 Stanford
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Barnett WP, Feng M, Luo X. (2013) Social identity, market memory, and first-mover advantage Industrial and Corporate Change. 22: 585-615
White JL, Sparks RSJ, Bailey K, et al. (2012) Kimberlite sills and dykes associated with the Wesselton kimberlite pipe, Kimberley, South Africa South African Journal of Geology. 115: 1-32
Barnett WP, Kurszlaukis S, Tait M, et al. (2011) Kimberlite wall-rock fragmentation processes: Venetia K08 pipe development Bulletin of Volcanology. 73: 941-958
Barnett WP, Pontikes EG. (2008) The red queen, success bias, and organizational inertia Management Science. 54: 1237-1251
Barnett WP. (2008) The red queen among organizations: How competitiveness evolves The Red Queen Among Organizations: How Competitiveness Evolves. 1-279
Dobrev SD, Barnett WP. (2005) Organizational roles and transition to entrepreneurship Academy of Management Journal. 48: 433-449
Barnett WP, McKendrick DG. (2004) Why are some organizations more competitive than others? Evidence from a changing global market Administrative Science Quarterly. 49: 535-571
Carroll GR, Barnett WP. (2004) Organizational ecology: An introduction Industrial and Corporate Change. 13: 1
Barnett WP, Woywode M. (2004) From red Vienna to the anschluss: Ideological competition among Viennese newspapers during the rise of national socialism American Journal of Sociology. 109: 1452-1499+i-ii
Barnett WP, Pontikes EG. (2004) THE RED QUEEN: HISTORY-DEPENDENT COMPETITION AMONG ORGANIZATIONS Research in Organizational Behavior. 26: 351-371
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