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M. Barnhart and Penaloza, D. Lisa, Living Capitalism: Consumer Identity and Consciousness in Transformational Consumer Research, Conference on Transformative Consumer Research. Hanover, NH, 2007.
M. Lightner, Carlson, D., Sullivan, J., Brandemuehl, M., and Reitsma, R., A Living Laboratory, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 88, pp. 31-40, 2000.
L. Penaloza and Barnhart, M., Living U.S. Capitalism: The Normalization of Credit/Debt, Journal of Consumer Research, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 743-762, 2011.
J. Carnevale, Huang, L., and Paterson, T., LMX-Differentiation Strengthens the Prosocial Consequences of Leader Humility: An Identification and Social Exchange Perspective, Journal of Business Research, 2019.
X. Chang, Location-based Data on Social Commerce Platforms can Provide Insights for Business Decisions. Corvallis, OR, 2019.
E. Pedersen and Lawson, L. J., The Logan Knitting Mills, 1949 to 1980: Percpectives on success and failure, Ars Textrina, vol. 23, pp. 143-156, 1995.
B. Buttenfield and Reitsma, R., Loglinear and Multidimensional Scaling Models of Digital Library Navigation, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, vol. 57, pp. 101-119, 2002.
R. L. Peterson, Dibrell, C., and Pett, T. L., Long- vs. short-term performance perspectives of Western European, Japanese, and U.S. countries: where do they lie?, Journal of World Business, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 245-255, 2002.
P. Mathew, Long-Horizon Seasoned Equity Performance in the Pacific Rim Financial Markets, Review of Financial Economics, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 317-333, 2002.
C. Dibrell, Davis, P. S., and Pett, T. L., A longitudinal analysis of country of origin as a predictor of strategic change and performance in global industries, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C, 2001.
C. Dibrell, Davis, P. S., and Pett, T. L., A longitudinal analysis of the effects of information technology on firm performance in a global industry, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ, 2000.
P. Frischmann, Plewa, F., and Santhanakrishnan, M., A longitudinal perspective of nonarticulation in the statement of cash flows, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, vol. 14, no. 3, p. 11, 2010.
P. James Frischmann, A Longitudinal Perspective on Nonarticulation in the Statement of Cash Flows, Northwest Accounting Research Group. Levenworth, Washington, 2008.
J. C. Rode, Arthaud-Day, M. L., Ramaswami, A., and Howes, S., A longitudinal study of emotional intelligence and mid-career success, presented at the 2016, 2016.
J. Rode, Arthaud-Day, M., Ramaswami, A., and Howes, S., A longitudinal study of emotional intelligence and mid-career success, Annual meeting of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
D. Nam, Park, H. Dennis, and Arthurs, J., Looking attractive until you sell: Earnings management, lockup expiration, and venture capitalists, Journal of Management Studies, vol. 51, no. 8, pp. 1286-1310, 2014.
J. Hardy, Gibson, C., and Buckley, M. R., Looking back: A quantitative review of the Journal of Management History, Journal of Management History, vol. 21, no. 1, 2015.
M. Swift and Virick, M., Looking Beyond the Knowledge Source-Recipient Relationship in the Transfer of Tacit Knowledge, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA, 2008.
J. Lee, Cho, J., and Pillai, R., Loyalty as Moral Glue in Korea? The Mediating Effects of Affective Commitment on the Relationship between Ethical Leadership and Follower Work Outcomes, Midwest Academy of Management. Chicago, Illinois, 2017.
J. McAlexander, Kim, S., and Roberts, S., Loyalty: The Influences of Satisfaction and Brand Community, Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 1-11, 2003.
L. Burns and Mullet, K., lululemon athletica: Production and Quality Assurance. 2018.
K. Leavitt and Sluss, D. M., Lying for who we are: An identity-based model of workplace dishonesty, Academy of Management Review, 2015.
K. Leavitt, Lying for who we are: Motivated dishonesty in response to intractable identity threats., University of Central Florida Behavioral Ethics Conference. Orlando, FL, 2014.
K. Leavitt and Sluss, D. M., Lying for Who We Are: Social and Relational Identity as Drivers of Dishonesty, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, 2010.