I am pleased to share with you Table of Contents for MOR Volume 16, Issue 5. This issue features the third and final installment of the Dialogue, Debate, and Discussion Forum on Resilience.
I very much trust that you will find reading this issue interesting, and will share the articles with your colleagues doing research in similar areas!
With best wishes in the New Year,
Editor-in-ChiefManagement and Organization Review
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Letter from the Editor
Arie Y. Lewin
Dialogue, Debate, and Discussion
The Resilience Forum: A Lingering Conclusion
Liisa Välikangas and Arie Y. Lewin
Resilient Leadership as Paradox Work: Notes from COVID-19
Luca Giustiniano, Miguel Pina e Cunha, Ace V. Simpson, Arménio Rego, and Stewart Clegg
Renaissance of Resilience: A Buzzword or a New Ideal?
Building Resilience via Cognitive Preparedness, Behavioral Reconfigurations, and Iterative Learning: The Case of YunKang
Zhi-Xue Zhang, Yuntao Dong, and Xiwei Yi
Stakeholder Relationships and Organizational Resilience
Yuhuan Liu and Juelin Yin
Is China's Emergency Management System Resilient Against the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Qiurong Cai and Jihong Ye
Corporate Strategy and Subsidiary Performance: The Effect of Product and Geographic Diversification
Jie Jiao, Yang Liu, Rui Wu, and Jun Xia
When Are Pay Gaps Good or Bad for Firm Performance? Evidence from China
Jin-hui Luo, Yuangao Xiang, and Ruichao Zhu
The Impact of Japanese Labels on the Perceived Relevance of Lean Production Practices in a Russian Bank
Valery Yakubovich and Daniela Lup
Wining and Dining Government Officials: What Drives Political Networking in Chinese Private Ventures?
Jianjun Zhang, Pei Sun, and Kunyuan Qiao
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