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The Paradox of Awards : How Status Ripples Affect Who Benefits from CEO Awards

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JENSEN, Michael, Torsten TWARDAWSKI, Nadja YOUNES, 2021. The Paradox of Awards : How Status Ripples Affect Who Benefits from CEO Awards. In: Organization Science. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). ISSN 1047-7039. eISSN 1526-5455. Available under: doi: 10.1287/orsc.2021.1475

@article{Jensen2021Parad-55779, title={The Paradox of Awards : How Status Ripples Affect Who Benefits from CEO Awards}, year={2021}, doi={10.1287/orsc.2021.1475}, issn={1047-7039}, journal={Organization Science}, author={Jensen, Michael and Twardawski, Torsten and Younes, Nadja} }

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