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  • Cabolis, C., Clerides, S., Ioannou, I., & Senft, D. 2007. A textbook example of international price discrimination, Economics Letters, 95(1): 91-95.
  • Krouse, C., Cabolis, C. ,Danger, K., Carter, T., Riddle, J., & Ryan, D. 1999. The Bell system divestiture/deregulation and the efficiency of the operating companies, Journal of Law and Economics, 42 (1): 61-87.
  • Dionysiou, D., & Tsoukas, H. 2013. Understanding the (re)creation of routines from within: a symbolic interactionist perspective, Academy of Management Review, 38 (2): 185-291.
  • Voliotis, S., Vlachos, P., and Epitropaki, O. 2016. Perception-induced effects of Corporate Social Irresponsibility (CSiR) for Stereotypical and Admired firms, Frontiers in Psychology, 7: 970.
  • Bozionelos, N., Kostopoulos, K., Van der Heijden, B., Rousseau, D. M., Bozionelos, G.,  Hoyland, T., Miao, R., Marzec, I., Jędrzejowicz, P., Epitropaki, O., Mikkelsen, A., Scholarios, D., Van der Heijde, C. 2016. Employability and job performance as links in the relationship between mentoring receipt and career success a study in SMEs, Group & Organization Management, 41 (2): 135-171.
  • Epitropaki, O., Kark, R., Mainemelis, C., & Lord, R. G. 2016. Leadership and followership identity processes: a multilevel review, Leadership Quarterly.
  • Epitropaki, O., Kapoutsis, I., Ellen, B.P. III, Ferris, G.R., Drivas, K. & Ntotsi, A. 2016. Navigating uneven terrain: the roles of political skill and LMX differentiation in prediction of work relationship quality and work outcomes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37 (7): 1078-1103.
  • Martin, R., Guillaume, Y., Thomas, G., Lee, A., & Epitropaki, O. 2016. Leader-member exchange (LMX) and performance: a meta-analytic review, Personnel Psychology, 69 (1): 67-121.
  • Mainemelis, C., Kark, R., & Epitropaki, O. 2015. Creative leadership: a multi-context conceptualization, Academy of Management Annals, 9 (1): 393-482.
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