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Verónica H. Villena
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The dark side of buyer–supplier relationships: A social capital perspective
VH Villena, E Revilla, TY Choi
Journal of Operations management 29 (6), 561-576, 2011
12172011
On the riskiness of lower-tier suppliers: Managing sustainability in supply networks
VH Villena, DA Gioia
Journal of Operations Management 64, 65-87, 2018
2652018
A More Sustainable Supply Chain
VH Villena, DA Gioia
Harvard Business Review 98 (2), 84-93, 2020
2042020
On the same page? How asymmetric buyer–supplier relationships affect opportunism and performance
VH Villena, CW Craighead
Production and Operations Management 26 (3), 491-508, 2017
1502017
How institutional pressures and managerial incentives elicit carbon transparency in global supply chains
VH Villena, S Dhanorkar
Journal of Operations Management 66 (6), 697-734, 2020
1402020
Supplier integration and NPD outcomes: Conditional moderation effects of modular design competence
F Salvador, VH Villena
Journal of Supply Chain Management 49 (1), 87-113, 2013
1362013
Revisiting interorganizational trust: is more always better or could more be worse?
VH Villena, TY Choi, E Revilla
Journal of Management 45 (2), 752-785, 2019
1262019
The Missing Link? The Strategic Role of Procurement in Building Sustainable Supply Networks
VH Villena
Production and Operations Management, 2019
1152019
Knowledge integration taxonomy in buyer–supplier relationships: Trade-offs between efficiency and innovation
E Revilla, VH Villena
International Journal of Production Economics 140 (2), 854-864, 2012
1122012
The decision of the supply chain executive to support or impede supply chain integration: a multidisciplinary behavioral agency perspective
VH Villena, LR Gomez‐Mejia, E Revilla
Decision Sciences 40 (4), 635-665, 2009
1042009
Leader beliefs and CSR for employees: the case of telework provision
M Mayo, L Gomez-Mejia, S Firfiray, P Berrone, VH Villena
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 37 (5), 609-634, 2016
912016
Untangling drivers for supplier environmental and social responsibility: An investigation in Philips Lighting's Chinese supply chain
VH Villena, M Wilhelm, CY Xiao
Journal of Operations Management 67 (4), 476-510, 2021
602021
Cascading Sustainability in Multi‐tier Supply Chains: When Do Chinese Suppliers Adopt Sustainable Procurement?
Wilhelm M, Villena VH
Production and Operations Management, 2021
542021
Mitigating Mechanisms for the Dark Side of Collaborative Buyer‐Supplier Relationships: A Mixed‐Method Study
VH Villena, TY Choi, E Revilla
Journal of Supply Chain Management, 2020
522020
Is top management team-supply chain manager interaction the missing link? An analysis of risk-bearing antecedents for supply chain managers
VH Villena, G Lu, LR Gomez-Mejia, E Revilla
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 38 (8), 1640-1663, 2018
302018
The behavioral agency model: Revised concepts and implications for operations and supply chain research
LR Gomez‐Mejia, G Martin, VH Villena, RM Wiseman
Decision Sciences 52 (5), 1026-1038, 2021
212021
Supply chain transformation and technology management challenges in developing regions: Inductive theory building from rural Chinese nanostores
X Guo, G Lu, VH Villena, D Vogel, GR Heim
Journal of Operations Management 68 (5), 454-486, 2022
172022
Managing the Dark Side of Collaborative Buyer-Supplier Relationships
VH Villena, TY Choi, E Revilla
Supply Chain Management Review, 50-55, 2015
142015
Chrysalis of crisis: Covid-19 as a catalyst for awakening power and justice in a luxury fashion supply chain
H Karaosman, D Marshall, VH Villena
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2023
82023
Realizing operational and innovation benefits in buyer–supplier relationships: the role of close ties to the partner's partners
VH Villena, L Cheng, S Wuyts
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 44 (4), 813-835, 2024
2024
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