Eddleston, K.A., Kellermanns, F.W. & Kidwell, R.E. Managing Family Members: How Monitoring and Collaboration Affect Extra Role Behavior in Family Firms. Human Resource Management, forthcoming.
Kidwell, R.E., Eddleston, K.A. & Kellermanns, F.W. Learning Bad Habits across Generations: How Negative Imprints Affect Human Resource Management in the Family Firm. Human Resource Management Review, forthcoming.
Eddleston, K.A., Ladge, J., Mitteness, C. & Balachandra, L. 2016. Do you see what I see? Signaling effects of gender and firm characteristics on financing entrepreneurial ventures. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 40(3): 489-514.
Banalieva, E., Eddleston, K.A. & Zellweger, T. 2015. Family influence, speed of pro-market reforms, and firm performance: An institution-based view of family influence in transition economies. Strategic Management Journal, 36 (9): 1358-1377.
Powell, G.N. & Eddleston, K.A. 2013. Linking family-to-business enrichment and support to entrepreneurial success: Do female and male entrepreneurs experience different outcomes? Journal of Business Venturing, 28 (2): 261-280.
Kidwell, R.E., Eddleston, K.A., Cater, J.J. & Kellermanns, F.W. 2013. How one bad family member can undermine a family firm: Preventing the Fredo effect. Business Horizons, 56: 5-12.
Eddleston, K.A. & Kidwell, R.E. 2012. Parent-child relationships: Planting the seeds of deviant behavior in the family firm. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 36 (2): 369-386.
Banalieva, E. & Eddleston, K.A. 2011. Home region focus and performance of family firms: The roles of family versus professional leaders. Journal of International Business Studies, 42: 1060-1072.
Eddleston, K.A. & Powell, G.N. 2008. The role of gender identity in explaining sex differences in business owners’ career satisfier preferences. Journal of Business Venturing, 23 (2):244-256.
Eddleston, K.A., Kellermanns, F.W. & Sarathy, R. 2008. Resource configuration in family firms: Linking resources, strategic planning and environmental dynamism to performance. Journal of Management Studies, 45 (1): 26-50.
Eddleston, K.A. & Kellermanns, F.W. 2007. Destructive and productive family relationships: A stewardship theory perspective. Journal of Business Venturing, 22 (4): 545-565.
Eddleston, K.A., Veiga, J.F. & Powell, G.N. 2006. Explaining sex differences in managerial career satisfier preferences: The role of gender self-schema. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91 (2): 437-445.
Martins, L.L., Eddleston, K.A., Veiga, J.F. 2002. Moderators of the relationship between work-family conflict and career satisfaction. Academy of Management Journal, 45 (2): 399-409.