PUBLICATIONS

Status / Repuration

 

Kim, Eunjung, Kim, Tohyun, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2021. "The dynamics of organizational reputation and status: momentum and volatility." Management Decision, forthcoming.

Park, Jin Suk, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2021. "Reputation incongruence and the preference of stakeholder: case of MBA rankings." Behavioral Sciences, 11(1): 10-17.

Powell, K. Skylar, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2018. "Economic status, social status, and rate of internationalization in US law firms." International Journal of the Legal Profession, 25(2): 127-145.

Majid, Kashef, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2018. "Firm/ product reputation and new product recalls." Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 36(5): 572-584.

 

Kim, Tohyun, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2017. “Structural and behavioral antecedents of change: Status, distinctiveness, and relative performance.” Journal of Management, 43(3): 716-741.

 

Rhee, Mooweon, and Kim, Tohyun. 2015. “The role of experience in a governmental regulatory investigation in the U.S. automobile Industry: Organizational learning versus reputational dynamics.” Socio-Economic Review, 13(2): 285-308.

 

Chandler, David, Haunschild, Pamela, R., Rhee, Mooweon, and Beckman, Christine, M. 2013. “The effects of firm reputation and status on interorganizational network structure.” Strategic Organization, 11(3): 217-244.

 

Ma, Dali, Rhee, Mooweon, and Yang, Daegyu. 2013. “Power source mismatch and the effectiveness of interorganizational relations: The case of venture capital syndication.” Academy of Management Journal, 56(3): 711-734.

Rhee, Mooweon. 2009. “Does reputation contribute to reducing organizational errors? A learning approach.” Journal of Management Studies, 46(4): 676-703.

 

Rhee, Mooweon, and Valdez, Michael, E. 2009. “Contextual factors surrounding reputation damage with potential implications for reputation repair.” Academy of Management Review, 34(1): 146-168.

 

Rhee, Mooweon, and Haunschild, Pamela R. 2006. “The liability of good reputation: A study of product recalls in the U.S. automobile industry.” Organization Science, 17(1): 101-117.