Good night, and good luck: perspectives on luck in management scholarship

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Liu, Chengwei; Rond, Mark de;

It is not insignificant that seminal contributions to management scholarship have highlighted luck as an alternative explanation for performance differences between individuals and organizations. Yet it has rarely taken center-stage in scholarship. The principal purpose... View more
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