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Institutional Ownership and Monitoring Effectiveness: It's Not Just How Much You Own, It’s What Else You Own. Organization Science. 19(2008), 419-440. With R. Dharwadkar, M. Goranova & P. Brandes.
Corporate Reputation, Stock Price and the Efficient Market Hypothesis. Corporate Reputation Review. 11(2008), 308-319. With S. Abraham, B. Friedman & R. Skolnik.
International Strategic Alliances: An Integration Of The Transaction Cost And Institutional Perspectives. Journal of International Business and Economics. 8(2008), 88-98. With K. A. Jarrell.
Family Matters! An Analysis of the Impact of Founding Family Ownership on the HR Practices of Publicly Traded Firms. International Journal of the Academic Business World. 1(2007), 1-10. With M. Hadani, & D. Das.
The Market Performance Implications of Investor Expectations:
(Mis)Alignment of Organizational Risk and Industry Risk Factors. Journal of Business Research. 59(2006), 1105-1115. With T. Alessandri.
Do Institutional Owner Characteristics Predict Ceo Compensation?:
A Longitudinal Exploration. Journal of Business Research. 58(2005), 1078-1088. With R. Dharwadkar, & P. Brandes.
The Effects of
Performance: A study of Biotechnology Firms. Journal of High Technology
Management Research. 12(2001), 205-226. With G. George,
Networking Strategy of Boards: Implications for Small and Medium-Sized
Enterprises. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 13(2001), 269-285. With George, G., Wood, D. R. Jr.
Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations & Proceedings
Khan, R. & Jarrell, K. A. 2008. International Strategic Alliances: An
Integration Of The Transaction Cost And Institutional Perspectives.
Dharwadkar, R., Goranova, M., Brandes, P.
& Khan, R. 2007. Institutional Ownership and Monitoring Effectiveness:
It’s Not Only What you Own, It’s Also What Else You Own.
Conference on Corporate Governance, Northwestern University,
Khan, R., Hadani, M. & Das, D. 2007.
Family Matters! An Analysis of the Impact of Founding Family Ownership on the
HR Practices of Publicly Traded Firms.
Academic Business World
Goranova, M., Khan, R., Hadani, M. &
Das, D. 2006. Two Sides Of Same Coin? Longitudinal Examination Of Monitoring
And Activism On Earnings Management.
Annual Meeting of the
Khan, R., Goranova, M., Dharwadkar, R.
& Brandes, P. 2005. It’s Not Just How Much You Own, It’s Who
Else You Own: The Effect Of
Institutional Owners’ Portfolios On Executive Compensation. Annual
Meeting of the
Khan, R. & Jarrell, K. A. 2004. Repatriation And Turnover: The Role Of
Culture And Expectations.
Alessandri, T. & Khan, R. 2003. The Interaction of Industry- and Firm-Level Risk:
Conflict Between Agency Theory and Behavioral Theory. Annual Meeting of the
Khan, R., Dharwadkar, R. , Brandes, P. & Grewal, R. 2002.Institutional
Ownership And CEO Compensation: Implications Of Concentration, Number, And
Type Of Owners. Annual Meeting of the
George, G., Zahra, S., Wheatley, K. K.
& Khan, R. 2000.The Effects of
Characteristics and Absorptive Capacity on
Performance: A study of
Biotechnology Firms. Annual
Meeting of the