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Tamar Almor
Tamar Almor
Dean of the School of Business, The College of Management
Verified email at colman.ac.il
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Relationships among strategic capabilities and the performance of women‐owned small ventures
M Lerner, T Almor
Journal of small business management 40 (2), 109-125, 2002
5272002
Gradually internationalizing ‘born global’firms: an oxymoron?
N Hashai, T Almor
International business review 13 (4), 465-483, 2004
3772004
The competitive advantage and strategic configuration of knowledge-intensive, small-and medium-sized multinationals: a modified resource-based view
T Almor, N Hashai
Journal of International Management 10 (4), 479-500, 2004
161*2004
How culture influences the way entrepreneurs deal with uncertainty in inter-organizational relationships: The case of returnee versus local entrepreneurs in China
Y Liu, T Almor
International Business Review 25 (1), 4-14, 2016
1362016
Maturing, technology-based, born-global companies: Surviving through mergers and acquisitions
T Almor, SY Tarba, A Margalit
Management International Review 54 (4), 421-444, 2014
1112014
Unmasking integration challenges: The case of Biogal's acquisition by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
T Almor, SY Tarba, H Benjamini
International Studies of Management & Organization 39 (3), 32-52, 2009
892009
The product cycle revisited: Knowledge intensity and firm internationalization
T Almor, N Hashai, S Hirsch
Management International Review 46 (5), 507-528, 2006
682006
Conceptualizing paths of growth for technology-based born-global firms originating in a small-population advanced economy
T Almor
International Studies of Management & Organization 43 (2), 56-78, 2013
67*2013
Outsiders' response to Europe 1992: Theoretical considerations and empirical evidence
T Almor, S Hirsch
Journal of International Business Studies 26 (2), 223-237, 1995
581995
Born global: the case of small and medium sized, knowledge-intensive, Israeli firms
T Almor
FDI, international trade and the economics of peacemaking, 199-139, 2000
492000
R&D intensity, value appropriation and integration patterns within organizational boundaries
N Hashai, T Almor
Research Policy 37 (6-7), 1022-1034, 2008
482008
Encouraging environmental sustainability through gender: A micro‐foundational approach using linguistic gender marking
A Shoham, T Almor, SM Lee, MF Ahammad
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (9), 1356-1379, 2017
462017
Dancing as fast as they can: Israeli high‐tech firms and the Great Recession of 2008
T Almor
Thunderbird International Business Review 53 (2), 195-208, 2011
442011
Structural contingency revisited: toward a dynamic system model
S Ellis, T Almor, O Shenkar
Emergence 4 (4), 51-85, 2002
372002
The dual effect of board gender diversity on R&D investments
T Almor, O Bazel-Shoham, SM Lee
Long Range Planning, 101884, 2019
362019
Is entrepreneurship education reproducing social inequalities among adolescents? Some empirical evidence from Israel
S Heilbrunn, T Almor
The International Journal of Management Education 12 (3), 445-455, 2014
292014
A COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF TWO CROSS-BORDER ACQUISITIONS BY TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES
SY Tarba, T Almor, H Benyamini
272012
Maturing born globals and their acquisitive behaviour
S Řyna, T Almor, B Elango, SY Tarba
International Business Review 27 (3), 714-725, 2018
232018
Construct dimensions in the contingency model: An analysis comparing metric and non-metric multivariate instruments
O Shenkar, N Aranya, T Almor
Human Relations 48 (5), 559-580, 1995
221995
Footloose and fancy-free: sojourning entrepreneurs in China
T Almor, O Yeheskel
Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy …, 2013
132013
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