Professor Johannes Pennings
Emeritus Professor of Management
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
2035 Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6370
Johannes Pennings received his BA and MA at the
Universities of Utrecht and Leiden (Netherlands) and his Ph.D. in 1973 from the
University of Michigan. Born in the Netherlands, he has resided in the US since
1970. Prior to his current status as Marie and Joseph Melone Professor of
Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, he was
affiliated with Carnegie-Mellon University and Columbia University. He also
holds a summer appointment at the Department of Economics, Tilburg University,
Netherlands. Recent visiting positions were at Stockholm School of Economics,
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, LUISS in Rome and Seoul National
- Faraway, Yet so Close: Organizations
in Demographic Flux (with F Wezel), Organization Science, 21(2),
Innovation and Strategic renewal in mature Markets
(with Hann Kim), Organization Science, 20(2), 2009.
- Sourcing of
Innovation as Trendsetting in the Imaging Sector ,(with Gino Cattani) in
Small and Medium Sized Companies and the Global Economy, G. Susman
Competitive Implications of Inter-firm Mobility (with
G. Cattani and F.C. Wezel), Organization Science, 2006.
and Temporal Dimensions of Heterogeneity in Founding Patterns (with F.C. Wezel and G. Cattani), Organization Science, 2005.
Organizational Turnover and the Evolution of Localized Populations (with
G. Cattani and F.C. Wezel), Organization Science, 2003.
- Mimicry and
the Market: Adoption of a New Organizational form (with Kyungmook Lee),
Academy of Management Journal, 45(1), 2002.
Capabilities, External Linkages and Performance: A Study on Technology-based
Korean Ventures (with C. Lee and K. Lee), Strategic Management Journal,
- Social Capital of
Organization: Conceptualization, Level of Analysis and Performance Implications
(with Kyungmook Lee), in Corporate Social Capital, S. Gabbay and R.
Leenders (eds.), Kluwer Academic, 1999.
- Top Management
Pay: Impact of (C)Overt Power (with Harry Barkema), Organization Studies,
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