Articles in Academic Journals and Books

Mazzelli, A., Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., De Massis, A. & Kotlar, J. (2022). Outcome-Based Imitation in Family Firms’ International Market Entry DecisionsEntrepreneurship Theory & Practice, in press.

Andrevski, G. & D. Miller, D. (2022). Forbearance: Strategic nonresponse to competitive attacksAcademy of Management Review, 47(1): 59-74.

Bizzi, L. & Miller, D. (2022). Implementing project-based alliances: Three paradoxes of brokerage.  Journal of Management, 48(5): 1214-1242.

Hayward, M., Hunt, R. & D. Miller, D. (2021). How vulnerability enriches family firm relationships: A social exchange perspectiveJournal of Family Business Strategy, 13(1):100450.

Smith, C., De Massis, A., Nordqvist, M. & D. Miller, D. (2021). When so much is at stake: Understanding organizational brinkmanship in family firmsJournal of Family Business Strategy, 12(4): 100425.

Amore, M., Bennedsen, M., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2021). Back to the future: The effect of returning family successions on firm performanceStrategic Management Journal, 42(8): 1432-1458.

Andrevski, G., Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Ferrier, W. (2021). Competitive rationales: Beneath the surface of competitive behaviorJournal of Management, in press.

Chen, J., Miller, D. & Chen, M.-J. (2021). Top management team time horizon blending and organizational ambidexterityStrategic Organization, 19(2): 183-206.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2021). Family businesses under COVID-19: Inspiring models – SometimesJournal of Family Business Strategy, in press.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2021). Alienation among management scholarsRevue française de gestion, 47(294): 53-75.

Miller, D., Amore, M., Quarato, F. & Corbetta, G. (2021). Family ownership dispersion and dividend payout in family firmsJournal of Family Business Strategy, in press.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2021). Paradoxical resource trajectories: When strength leads to weakness and weakness leads to strengthJournal of Management, 47(7): 1999-1914.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2021). Family Firms: A Breed of Extremes? Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 45(4): 663-681.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2021). Brief Reflections on Family Firm Research and Some Suggested Paths Forward? Journal of Family Business Strategy, 12(1): 100410.

Miller, D., Tang, Z., Xu, X. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2021). Are Socially Responsible Firms Associated with Socially Responsible Citizens? A Study of Social Distancing During the Covid-19 PandemicJournal of Business Ethics, in press.

Miroshnychenko, I., De Massis, A., Miller, D. & Barontini, R. (2021). Family business growth around the worldEntrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 45(4): 682-708.

Miroshnychenko, I., Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2021).  Divergent family effects on green practicesAcademy of Management Proceedings, 2021(1): 100.

Tsao, C.-W., Le Breton-Miller, I, Miller, D. & Chen, S.-J. (2021). Firing managers: The benefits of family ownership and costs of family managementJournal of Family Business Strategy, 12(3): 100411.

Bettinazzi, E. L. M., Miller, D., Amore, M. D. & Corbetta, G. (2020). Ownership similarity in mergers and acquisitions target selection. Strategic Organization, 18(2): 330-361.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2020). Ideals-based accountability and reputation in select family firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 163(2): 183-196.

Miller, D. (2020). La dernière décennie (ou presque) de mon travail, Revue française de gestion, 46(292): 121-126.

Miller, D. (2020). Publishing Bad News: A Meandering JourneyJournal of Management Inquiry, 29(4): 468-470.

Maung, M., Miller, D., Tang, Z. & Xu, X. (2020). Value-enhancing social responsibility: Market reaction to donations by family vs. non-family firms with religious CEOsJournal of Business Ethics, 163: 745-758.

Miller, D., Wiklund, J. & Yu, W. (2020). Mental Health in the Family Business: A Conceptual Model and a Research Agenda. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 44(1): 55-80.

Miller, D. & Xu, X. (2020). CEO long-term orientation and elite university educationStrategic Organization, 18(4): 520-546.

Miller, D., Pastoriza, D. & Plante, J.-F. (2019). Conditioning competitive risk: Competitors’ rank proximity and relative ability. Journal of Economic Psychology, 73: 161-175.

Nason, R., Carney, M., Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2019). Who cares about socioemotional wealth? SEW and rentier perspectives on the one percent wealthiest business households. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 10(2): 144-158.

Miller, D. & Xu, X. (2019). MBA CEOs, Short-Term Management and Performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 154(2): 285-300.

Withers, M., Ireland, D., Miller, D., Harrison, J. & Boss, D. (2018). Competitive landscape shifts: The influence of strategic entrepreneurship on shifts in market commonality. Academy of Management Review, 43(3): 349-370.

Cho, J., Miller, D. & Lee, J. (2018). Too much of a good thing: Family involvement and the survival of listed Korean firms, Journal of Family Business Strategy, 9(4): 223-237.

Miller, D. (2018). Response to Greckhamer et al (2018): Studying configurations with qualitative comparative analysis, Strategic Organization, 16(4): 496-498.

Miller, D. (2018). Challenging trends in configuration research: Where are the configurations? Strategic Organization, 16(4): 453-469.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2018). Looking Back at and Forward from: “Family Governance and Firm Performance: Agency, Stewardship and Capabilities”, Family Business Review 31(2): 229-237.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2018). Beyond the Firm: Business Families as Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 42(4): 527-536.

Miller, D.; Amore, M.D.; Le Breton-Miller, I.; Minichilli, A. & Quarato, F. (2018). Strategic Distinctiveness in Family Firms: Institutional Variety and Strategic Multidimensionality. Journal of Family Business Strategy 9(1): 16-26.

Chrisman, J.J.; Chua, J.H.; Le Breton-Miller, I.; Miller, D. & Steier, L. (2018). Governance Mechanisms and Family Firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 42(2): 171-186.

Miller, D. (2017). Business Education and Executive Opportunism: The Case of MBAs, Revue française de gestion 43(265): 131-133.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Amore, M.D., Minichilli, A. & Corbetta, G. (2017). Institutional Logics, Family Firm Governance and Performance. Journal of Business Venturing 32(6): 674-693.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2017). Sources of Entrepreneurial Courage and Imagination: Three Perspectives, Three Contexts. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 41(5): 667-675.

Jaskiewicz, P., Block, J., Miller, D. & Combs, J. (2017). Founder Versus Family Owners’ Impact on Pay Dispersion Among Non-CEO Top Managers: Implications for Firm Performance. Journal of Management 43(5): 1524-1552.

Amore, M.D., Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Corbetta, G. (2017). For Love and Money: Marital Leadership in Family Firms. Journal of Corporate Finance 46: 461-476.

Zhao, E., Fisher, G., Lounsbury, M. & Miller, D. (2017). Optimal distinctiveness: Broadening the interface between institutional theory and strategic management. Strategic Management Journal 38(1): 93-113.

Miller, D. (2017). Unplugged – My Own Book Review: Danny MILLER (2017): Review of The Icarus Paradox by its Nostalgic Author. M@n@gement, 20(2): 204-207.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2017). Underdog entrepreneurs: A model of challenge-based entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 41(1): 7-17.

Miller, D. (2017). Disruptive Texts: Case Narratives as Research Inspirations. Academy of Management Review 42(1): 154-164.

Jaskiewicz, P., Block, J. H., Combs, J. G. & Miller, D. (2017). The Effects of Founder and Family Ownership on Hired CEOs’ Incentives and Firm Performance. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 41(1): 73-103.

Miller, D. (2016). Curation. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation, Craig E. Carroll, in press.

Cucculelli, M., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2016). Product Innovation, Firm Renewal and Family Governance. Journal of Family Business Strategy 7(2): 90-104.

Miller, D., Steier, L. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2016). What Can Scholars of Entrepreneurship Learn From Sound Family Businesses? Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 40(3): 445-455.

Le Breton I. & Miller, D. (2016). Family firms and practices of sustainability: A contingency view. Journal of Family Business Strategy 7(1): 26-33.

Miller, D. & Xu, X. (2015). A Fleeting Glory: Self-Serving Behavior Among Celebrated MBA CEOs. Journal of Management Inquiry 25(3): 286-300.

  • Featured in Washington Post blog by Jena McGregor, October 6, 2015, in Harvard Business Review, Idea Watch, December 2016, and Henry Mintzberg’s blog, March 2017.

Miller, D. (2015). Response to “Research on the Dark Side of Personality Traits in Entrepreneurship: Observations from an Organizational Behavior Perspective”. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 40(1): 19-24.

Miller, D., Wright, M., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Scholes, L. (2015). Resources and Innovation in Family Businesses: The Janus-Face of Socioemotional Preferences. California Management Review 58(1): 20-40.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2015). The Arts and Family Business: Linking Family Business Resources and Performance to Industry Characteristics. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 39(6): 1349-1370.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2015). Learning Stewardship in Family Firms: For Family, by Family, Across the Life Cycle. Academy of Management Learning and Education 14(3): 386–399.

Miller, D., Mehrotra, V. & Xu, X. (2015). When is human capital a valuable resource? The performance effects of Ivy league selection among celebrated CEOs. Strategic Management Journal 36(6): 930-944.

Chen, M.-J. & Miller, D. (2015). Reconceptualizing competitive dynamics: A multidimensional framework. Strategic Management Journal 36(5): 758-775.

Miller, D. & Sardais, C. (2015). Bifurcating Time: How Entrepreneurs Reconcile the Paradoxical Demands of the Job. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 39(3): 489-513.

Le Breton-Miller, I., Miller, D. & Bares, F. (2015). Governance and entrepreneurship in family firms: Agency, behavioral agency and resource-based comparisons. Journal of Family Business Strategy 6(1): 58-62.

Wagner, D., Block, J. H., Miller, D., Schwens, C. & Xi, G. (2015). A meta-analysis of the financial performance of family firms: Another attempt. Journal of Family Business Strategy 6(1): 3-13.

Block, H. J., Kohn, K., Miller, D. & Ulrich, K. (2015). Necessity entrepreneurship and competitive strategy. Small Business Economics 44(1): 37-54.

Miller, D. (2015). Entrepreneurial Archetypes. Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, Volume 3, in press.

Miller, D. (2014). A Downside to the Entrepreneurial Personality? Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 39(1): 1-8.

Bitektine, A. & Miller, D. (2014). Methods, Theories, Data and the Social Dynamics of Organizational Research. Journal of Management Inquiry 24(2): 115-130.

Le Breton, I. & Miller, D. (2014). The paradox of resource vulnerability: Considerations for organizational curatorship. Strategic Management Journal 36(3): 397-415.

Woordeckers, W., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2014). In Search of the Best of Both Worlds: Crafting a Finance Paper for the Family Business Review. Family Business Review 27(4): 281-286.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2014). Temporal considerations in the study of family firms: Reflections on “the study of organizational behavior in family business”. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23(5): 669-673.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2014). Deconstructing Socioemotional Wealth. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 38(4): 713-720.

Miller, D., Minichilli, A., Le Breton-Miller, I., Corbetta, G. & Pittino, D. (2014). When do Non-Family CEOs Outperform in Family Firms? Agency and Behavioural Agency Perspectives. Journal of Management Studies 51(4): 547-572.

Block, J., Miller, D. & Wagner, D. (2014). Bayesian methods in family business research. Journal of Family Business Strategy 5(1): 97-104.

Miller, D. (2014). Character, governance and conduct: A reminder from family business. Revue Française de Gestion 40(238): 17-18.

Covin, J. & Miller, D. (2014). International Entrepreneurial Orientation: Conceptual Considerations, Research Themes, Measurement Issues, and Future Research Directions. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38(1): 11-44.

Miller, D. (2014). Foreword, in Fayolle, A. & Wright, M. (Eds.). How to Get Published in the Best Entrepreneurship Journals. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, xi-xii.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2013). Socioemotional Wealth Across the Family Firm Life Cycle: A Commentary on “Family Business Survival and the Role of Boards”. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 37(6): 1391-1397.

Miller, D. & Sardais, C. (2013). How our Frames Direct Us: A Poker Experiment. Organization Studies 34(9): 1381-1405.

Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P. & Spiegel, F. (2013). Economic and Technological Importance of Innovations in Large Family and Founder Firms: An Analysis of Patent Data. Family Business Review, 26(2): 180-199.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Minichelli, A., Corbetta, G. & Pittino, D. (2013). Talent-Based and Conflict Perspectives in Family Firm Governance. Academy of Management Proceedings, January 2013.

  • EURAM 2013 Best Paper Proceedings, Istanbul. Winner of Best Paper Prize in Corporate Governance.

Miller, D., Minichilli, A. & Corbetta, G. (2013). Is family leadership always beneficial? Strategic Management Journal 34(5): 553-571.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R. H. (2013). Family Firm Governance, Strategic Conformity and Performance: Institutional vs. Strategic Perspectives. Organization Science 24(1): 189-209.

Chen, M.-J. & Miller, D. (2012). Competitive Dynamics: Themes, Trends, and a Prospective Research Platform. Academy of Management Annals 6(1): 135-210.

Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P. & Spiegel, F. (2011). Innovation in Founder and Firms: Entrepreneurial Versus Nurturer Identities of Owners. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 31(13): Article 1.

Block, J., Jaskiewicz, P. & Miller, D. (2011). Ownership versus management effects on performance in family and founder companies: A Bayesian reconciliation. Journal of Family Business Strategy 2(4): 232–245.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2011). Commentary: Family Firms and the Advantage of Multitemporality. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 35(6): 1171-1177.

Sardais, C. & Miller, D. (2011). Leadership is not what you think: A Socratic dialogue. Business Horizons 54(6): 523-527.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2011). Governance, Social Identity, and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Closely Held Public Companies. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 35(5): 1051-1076.

Miller, D. (2011). Miller (1983) Revisited: A Reflection on EO Research and Some Suggestions for the Future.  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 35(5): 873-894.

Chen, M.-J. & Miller, D. (2011). The Relational Perspective as a Business Mindset: Managerial Implications for East and West. Academy of Management Perspectives 25(3): 6-18.

Le Breton-Miller, I., Miller, D. & Lester, H. L. (2011). Stewardship or Agency? A Social Embeddedness Reconciliation of Conduct and Performance in Public Family Businesses. Organization Science 22(3): 704-721.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Winner of the 2009 Family Firm Institute Best Research Paper Prize.

Miller, D. (2011). The Dyslexic Researcher: A Call to Broaden our Portals. Academy of Management Learning and Education 10(2): 340-350.

Miller, D. & Sardais, C. (2011). A concept of leadership for strategic organization. Strategic Organization 9(2): 174-183.

Miller, D. & Sardais, C. (2011). Angel Agents: Agency Theory Reconsidered. Academy of Management Perspectives 25(2): 6-13.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R. H. (2011). Family and Lone Founder Ownership and Strategic Behaviour: Social Context, Identity and Institutional Logics. Journal of Management Studies 48(1): 1-25.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Winner of the 2012 Journal of Management Studies Best Paper Prize.

Greenwood, R. & Miller, D. (2010). Tackling Design Anew: Getting Back to the Heart of Organizational Theory. Academy of Management Perspectives 24(4): 78-88.

Chen, M.-J. & Miller, D. (2010). West Meets East: Towards an Ambicultural Approach to Management. Academy of Management Perspectives 24(4): 17-24.

Steier, L. & Miller, D. (2010). Pre- and post-succession governance philosophies in entrepreneurial family firms. Journal of Family Business Strategy 1(3): 145-154.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R. H. (2010). Family ownership and acquisition behavior in publicly- traded companies. Strategic Management Journal 31(2): 201-223.

Miller, D., Greenwood, R. & Prakash, R. (2009). What Happened to Organization Theory? Journal of Management Inquiry 18(4): 273-279.

Shamsie, J., Martin, X. & Miller, D. (2009). In with the old, in with the new: capabilities, strategies and performance among the Hollywood studios. Strategic Management Journal 30(13): 1440-1452.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2009). Agency vs. Stewardship in Public Family Firms: A Social Embeddedness Reconciliation. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 33(6): 1169-1191.

Miller, D., Lee, J., Chang, S. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2009). Filling the institutional void: The social behavior and performance of family vs non-family technology firms in emerging markets. Journal of International Business Studies 40(5): 802–817.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Reprinted in Poutziouris, P. Z., Smyrnios, K. X. & Goel, S. (Eds.) (2013). Handbook of Research on Family Business, Second Edition, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 42-62.

Miller, D. (2009). The social ecology of research fads: A commentary on Starbuck’s “The constant causes of never-ending faddishness in the behavioral and social sciences”. Scandinavian Journal of Management 25(1): 117-118.

Miller, D. (2008). Stranger in a strange land: a brief journey into the realm of empirical corporate finance. Strategic Organization 6(3): 329-339

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2008). To grow or to harvest? Governance, strategy and performance in family and lone founder firms. Journal of Strategy and Management 1(1): 41-54.

  • 2008 Outstanding Paper Award for Excellence, Literati Network.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Scholnick, B. (2008). Stewardship vs. Stagnation: An Empirical Comparison of Small Family and Non-Family Businesses. Journal of Management Studies 45(1): 51-78.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Lester, H. R. & Cannella, A. (2007). Are family firms really superior performers? Journal of Corporate Finance 13(5): 829-858.

  • Featured in “Research Briefs”, D. B. McFarlin (2008). Does “Family” Matter to Corporate Performance? Academy of Management Perspectives 22(2): 100-101.
  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge, Volume III – Part 5: Most Impactful Research, 463-508.
  • Listed as New Hot Paper in Economics and Business by Essential Science Indicators of Thomson Science Watch (representing 0.1 of 1% of the most cited articles for the years 2007 & 2008).

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R. H. (2007). Divided Loyalties: Governance, Conduct and Performance in Family and Entrepreneur Businesses. Academy of Management Proceedings 1: 1-6.

  • In G. T. Solomon (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), August 2007, ISSN 1543-8643. Winner of Best Family Business Paper Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management Meetings, August, Philadelphia.

Miller D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2007). Kicking the Habit: Broadening Our Horizons by Studying Family Businesses. Journal of Management Inquiry 16(1): 27-30.

Miller, D. (2007). Paradigm prison, or in praise of atheoretic research. Strategic Organization 5(2): 177-184.

  • Winner of the Strategic Organization Prize for Best Essay, February 2012.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, I. (2006). Why Do Some Family Businesses Out-Compete? Governance, Long-Term Orientations, and Sustainable Capability. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 30(6): 731-746.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Priorities, practices and strategies in successful and failing family businesses: an elaboration and test of the configuration perspective. Strategic Organization 4(4): 379-407.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). The Best of Both Worlds: Exploitation and Exploration in Successful Family Businesses, in Baum, J. A. C., Dobrev, S. D. & Van Witteloostuijn, A. (Eds.). Ecology and Strategy (Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 23). Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 215-240.

Hoopes, D. G. & Miller, D. (2006). Ownership Preferences, Competitive Heterogeneity, and Family-Controlled Businesses. Family Business Review 19(2): 89-101.

Henderson, A, Miller, D. & Hambrick, D. (2006). How quickly do CEOs become obsolete? Industry dynamism, CEO tenure, and company performance. Strategic Management Journal 27(5): 447-460.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Family Governance and Firm Performance: Agency, Stewardship and Capabilities. Family Business Review 19(1): 73-87.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Lessons from family firms about managing for the long run. Leader to Leader Magazine 2006(39): 13-17.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2005). Management Insights from Great and Struggling Family Businesses. Long Range Planning 38(6): 517-530.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge.

Miller, D. (2005). Advantage by design: Competing with opportunity-based organizations. Business Horizons 48(5): 393-407.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Lester H. R. & Cannella, A. (2005). Family Involvement, Agency and Performance in the Fortune 1000. Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu (HI), August 2005.

Shamsie, J., Miller, D. & Greene, W. (2005). A question of timing: Strategies for scheduling television shows, in Lampel, J., Shamsie, J & Lant, T. K. (Eds).The Business of Culture: Strategic Perspectives on Entertainment and Media, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 119-133.

Miller, D. (2005). Entrepreneurial Archetypes, in Hitt, M. & Ireland, D. (Eds). Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, Oxford (UK): Blackwell’s, 66-69.

Miller, D., Hartwick, J. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2004). How to detect a management fad – and distinguish it from a classic. Business Horizons 47(4): 7-16.

  • Reprinted in Wagner, J. & Hollenbeck, J. (Eds.) (2009). Readings in Organizational Behavior. New York, NY: Routledge.

Le Breton-Miller, I., Miller, D. & Steier, L. (2004). Towards an Integrative Model of Effective FOB Succession. Entrepreneurship, Theory & Practice 28(4): 305-328.

Miller, D. (2003). An asymmetry-based view of advantage: towards an attainable sustainability. Strategic Management Journal 24: 961-976.

Miller, D.; Steier, L. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2003). Lost in time: Intergenerational Succession, Change and Failure in Family Business. Journal of Business Venturing 18(4): 513-531.

  • Reprinted in Astrachan, J. H., McMillan, K. S. & Pieper, T. M. (Eds.) (2013). Family Business: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, New York, NY: Routledge, Volume II – Part 4: Recent Conceptual Work, 325-345.
  • Reprinted in Poutziouris. P. Z., Smyrnios, K. X. & Klein S. B. (Eds.) (2006). Handbook of Research on Family Business, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 371-387.
  • Translated and adapted in French (2004): Trois modèles classiques d’échec de la succession intergénérationnelle dans l’entreprise familiale. Gestion : Revue internationale de gestion 29(3): 109-119.
  • FBN Research Honours 2006 finalist for the best published article on family business practices.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2003). Challenge versus Advantage in Family Business. Strategic Organization 1(1): 127-134.

Miller, D. & Hartwick, J. (2002). Spotting Management Fads. Harvard Business Review 80(10): 26-27.

Miller, D., Eisenstat, R. & Foote, N. (2002). Strategy from the Inside Out: Building Capability-Creating Organizations. California Management Review 44(3): 37-54.

  • Reprinted in De Wit, B. & Meyer, R. (Eds.) (2004). Strategy: Process, Content and Context, London, UK: International Thompson.
  • Reprinted in A. Thompson, J. Gamble & Strickland (Eds.) (2005). Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage: Concepts and Cases, 14e, New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 427-440.
  • Reprinted in De Wit, B. & Meyer, R. (Eds.) (2005). Strategy Synthesis, 335-358.

Miller, D., Hope, Q., Eisenstat, R., Foote, N. & Galbraith, J. (2002). The problem of solutions: Balancing clients and capabilities. Business Horizons 45(2): 3-12.

Foote, N. W., Galbraith, J., Hope, Q. & Miller, D. (2001). Making Solutions the Answer. McKinsey Quarterly 3(3): 84-93.

Miller, D. & Shamsie, J. (2001). Learning across the life cycle: Experimentation and performance among the Hollywood studio heads, Strategic Management Journal 22(8): 725-745.

Miller, D. & Lee, J. (2001). The people make the process: commitment to employees, decision making, and performance. Journal of Management 27(2): 163-189.

  • Winner of the 2001 Journal of Management Best Paper Award.

Eisenstat, R., Foote, N., Galbraith, J. R. & Miller, D. (2001). Beyond the business unit. McKinsey Quarterly 1: 54-63.

Fuchs, P. H., Mifflin, K. E., Miller, D. & Whitney, J. O. (2000). Strategic Integration: Competing in the Age of Capabilities. California Management Review 42(3): 118-147.

Miller, D. & Whitney, J. O. (1999). Beyond strategy: Configuration as a pillar of competitive advantage. Business Horizons 42(3): 5-17.

Miller, D. & Shamsie, J. (1999). Learning Across the CEO Life Cycle: The Hollywood Studios from 1936 to 1965. Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management.

Lee, J. & Miller, D. (1999). People matter: commitment to employees, strategy and performance in Korean firms. Strategic Management Journal 20(6): 579-593.

Miller, D. (1999). Notes on the Study of Configurations. Management International Review 39(2): 27-39.

Miller, D. (1999). Selection Processes inside Organizations: The Self-Reinforcing Consequences of Success, in Baum, J. A. C. & McKelvey, B. (Eds.). Variations in Organizational Science: In Honor of Donald T. Campbell, Los Angeles, CA: Sage Press, 93-111.

Miller, D. & Shamsie, J. (1999). Strategic responses to three kinds of uncertainty: Product line simplicity at the Hollywood film studios. Journal of Management 25(1): 97-116.

Miller, D. & Toulouse, J.-M. (1998). Quasi-rational Organizational Responses: Functional and Cognitive Sources of Strategic Simplicity. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences 15(3): 230-244.

Miller, D. (1997). The perils of success, or failure, where is thy sting? A comment on Whyte, Saks and Hook. Journal of Organizational Behavior 18(5): 433-435.

Miller, D., Droge, C. & Vickery, S. (1997). Celebrating the “Essential:” The Impact of Performance on the Functional Favoritism of CEOs in Two Contexts. Journal of Management 23(2): 119-140.

Miller, D., Greenwood, R. & Hinings, B. (1997). Creative Chaos versus Munificent Momentum:

The Schism between Normative and Academic Views of Organizational Change. Journal of Management Inquiry 6(1): 71- 78.

Miller, D. (1996). The Embeddedness of Corporate Strategy: Isomorphism vs. Differentiation. Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 13: Embeddedness of Strategy, 283-291.

Miller, D. (1996). Configurations Revisited. Strategic Management Journal 17(7): 505-512.

  • Reprinted in Maritan, C. & Peteraf, M. (Eds.) (2011). Competitive Strategy. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Lee, J. & Miller, D. (1996). Strategy, Environment and Performance in Two Technological Contexts: Contingency Theory in Korea. Organization Studies 17(5): 729-750.

Miller, D., Milliken, F., Lant, T. & Korn, H. (1996). The Evolution of Strategic Simplicity: Exploring Two Models of Organizational Adaptation. Journal of Management 22(6): 863-887.

Miller, D. (1996). A Preliminary Typology of Organizational Learning: Synthesizing the Literature. Journal of Management 22(3): 485-505.

Miller, D. & Shamsie, J. (1996). The Resource-Based View of the Firm in Two Environments: The Hollywood Film Studios From 1936 to 1965. Academy of Management Journal 39(3): 519-543.

  • Winner of the Academy of Management Journal Best Paper Award for 1996.
  • Chinese translation printed in “Selected Collection of Award Winning Papers”, Peking: Peking University Press, 2006, 44-75.
  • Reprinted in Competitive Strategy, C. Maritan & M. Peteraf (Eds.), Elgar 2011.

Miller, D. & Chen, M.-J. (1996). Nonconformity in Competitive Repertoires: A Sociological View of Markets. Social Forces 74(4): 1209-1234.

Miller, D. & Chen, M.-J. (1996). The Simplicity of Competitive Repertoires: An Empirical Analysis. Strategic Management Journal 17(6): 419 440.

Miller, D. (1996). Les configurations: dix ans plus tard. Revue internationale de gestion 21(1): 55-56.

El Hajj, M., Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1995). Managing Under Deadly Conditions. Administration and Society 27(2): 226-248.

Miller, D. & Shamsie, J. (1995). A Contingent Application of the Resource-Based View of the Firm: The Hollywood Film Studios from 1936 to 1965. Academy of Management Proceedings 1: 57-61.

  • Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, 1995.

Miller, D. & Chen, M.-J. (1995). Nonconformity in Competitive Repertoires. Academy of Management Proceedings 1: 256-260.

  • Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, 1995.

Miller, D. & Chen, M.-J. (1994). Sources and Consequences of Competitive Inertia: A Study of the U.S. Airline Industry. Administrative Science Quarterly 39(1): 1-24.

Miller, D. (1994). What Happens After Success: The Perils of Excellence. Journal of Management Studies 31(3): 325-358.

Chen, M.-J. & Miller, D. (1994). Competitive attack, retaliation and performance: An expectancy-valence framework. Strategic Management Journal 15(2): 85-102.

Lee, J. W., Miller, D., Woo, S. J. & Son, J. W. (1993). The fit between strategy environment and performance. Korean Management Review 23(1): 149-172.

Miller, D. (1993). The Simplicity of Competitive Repertoires: An Empirical Analysis. Academy of Management Proceedings 1: 32-36.

  • Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, August 1993.
  • Winner of the 1993 Glueck Best Paper Award, Business Policy Division, Academy of Management.

Miller, D. (1993). Some Organizational Consequences of CEO Succession. Academy of Management Journal 36(3): 644-659.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R., Miller, D. & Noël, A. (1993). Understanding the Leader-Strategy Interface: Application of the Strategic Relationship Interview Method. Human Relations 46(1): 2-22.

  1. Miller (1993). The Architecture of Simplicity. The Academy of Management Review 18(1): 116-138.
  • Reprinted in W.H. Starbuck (Ed.) (2008). Learning by Organizations, Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, Chapter 21.

Miller, D. (1992). Generic Strategies: Classification, Combination and Context, in Shrivastava, P, Huff, A. & Dutton, J. (Eds.). Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 8, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 391 408.

Miller, D. (1992). Environmental Fit Versus Internal Fit. Organization Science 3(2): 159-178.

Shrivastava, P., Miller, D. & Miglani, A. (1991). The Evolution of Crises: Crisis Precursors. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 9(3): 321-337.

Miller, D. (1991). Generalists and Specialists: Two Business Strategies and their Contexts, in Shrivastava, P., Huff, A. & Dutton, J. (Eds.). Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 7, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 3-41.

Miller, D. (1991). Stale in the Saddle: CEO Tenure and the Match between Organization and Environment. Management Science 37(1): 34-52.

Miller, D. (1990). Organizational Configurations: Cohesion, Change and Prediction. Human Relations 43(8): 771-789.

Miller, D. (1990). Assessing Paths to Decline with the Strategic Audit, in Shrivastava, P. & Lamb, R. (Eds.), Advances in Strategic Management: A Research Annual, Volume 6, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 115-141.

Miller, D. (1989). Matching Strategies and Strategy Making: Process, Content, and Performance. Human Relations 42(3): 241-260.

Miller, D., Droge, C. & Toulouse, J.-M. (1988). Strategic Process and Content as Mediators between Organizational Context and Structure. Academy of Management Journal 31(3): 544-569.

Miller, D. (1988). Relating Porter’s Business Strategies to Environment and Structure: Analysis and Performance Implications. Academy of Management Journal 31(2): 280-308.

Shrivastava, P., Mitroff, I., Miller, D. & Miglani, A. (1988). Understanding Industrial Crises. Journal of Management Studies 25(4): 285-303.

Miller, D. (1988). Organizational Pathology and Industrial Crisis. Organization & Environment 2(1): 65-74.

Miller D. (1987). The Genesis of Configuration. The Academy of Management Review 12(4): 686-701.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1987). Interpreting Organizational Texts. Journal of Management Studies 24(3): 233-247.

Miller, D. (1987). Strategy Making and Structure: Analysis and Implications for Performance. Academy of Management Journal 30(1): 7-32.

Miller, D. (1987). The structural and environmental correlates of business strategy. Strategic Management Journal 8(1): 55-76.

Miller, D. & Droge, C. (1986). Psychological and Traditional Determinants of Structure. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(4): 539-560.

  • Reprinted in Nelson, D. L. & Quick, J. C. (Eds) (2002). Organizational Behavior: Foundations, Realities, and Challenges, Fourth Edition, Cincinnati, OH: South-Western College Pub.

Miller, D. & Toulouse, J.-M. (1986). Chief Executive Personality and Corporate Strategy and Structure in Small Firms. Management Science 32(11): 1389-1409.

Miller, D. & Toulouse, J.-M. (1986). Strategy, Structure, CEO Personality and Performance: An Empirical Study of Small Firms. American Journal of Small Business 10(3): 47-62.

Miller, D & Friesen. P. H. (1986). Porter’s (1980) Generic Strategies and Performance: An Empirical Examination with American Data. Organization Studies 7(3): 255-261.

Miller, D. (1986). Configurations of strategy and structure: Towards a synthesis. Strategic Management Journal 7(3): 233-249.

  • Reprinted in Revue Internationale de Gestion (1996) 21(1): 43-54.
  • Reprinted in Côté, M. & Hafsi, T. (Eds.) (2000). Le management aujourd’hui, Une perspective nord-américaine, Québec, QC: La Presse de l’Université Laval, 84-100.
  • Reprinted in Segal-Horn, D. (Ed.) (1998). The Strategy Reader, Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
  • Winner of the 1995 Strategic Management Society / Wiley Award for the most significant article published in SMJ from 1980 to 1990.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1986). Personality, Culture and Organization. The Academy of Management Review 11(2): 266-279.

  • Translated into German as ‘Persönlichkeit, Kultur und Organisation’ and published in Organisationsentwicklung, 1986, Heft 1: 13-36.
  • Revised version reprinted in Albanese, P. J. (Ed.) (1988). Psychological Foundations of Economic Behavior, New York, NY: Praeger.
  • Revised version reprinted in Kets de Vries, M. (Ed.) (1991). Organizations on the Couch: Clinical Perspectives on Organizational Behavior and Change, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1986). Porter’s (1980) Generic Strategies and Performance: An Empirical Examination with American Data. Part I: Testing Porter. Organization Studies 7(1): 37-55.

Friesen, P. H. & Miller, D. (1986). A Mathematical Model of the Adaptive Behaviour of Organizations. Journal of Management Studies 23(1): 1-25.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1985). Narcissism and Leadership: An Object Relations Perspective. Human Relations 38(6): 583-601.

  • Reprinted as ‘Narcisismo e liderança: uma perspectiva de relações de objetos’, RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, 2014, 30(3) : 5-16.

Miller, D., Toulouse, J.-M. & Belanger, N. (1985). Top Executive Personality and Corporate Strategy: Three Tentative Types, in Lamb, R. & Shrivastava, P (Eds.). Advances in strategic management: a research annual, Volume 4, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 223-232.

Miller, D. (1984). Critique and comment. The concept of revolutionary change: Rejoinder to Ramaprasad. Behavioral Science 29(4): 274-275.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1984). A Longitudinal Study of the Corporate Life Cycle. Management Science 30(10): 1161-1183.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1984). Group Fantasies and Organizational Functioning. Human Relations 37(2): 111-134.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R., Miller, D., Toulouse, J.-M., Friesen, P. H., Boisvert, M. & Theriault, R. (1984). Using the life cycle to anticipate satisfaction at work. Journal of Forecasting 3(2): 161-172.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Miller, D. (1984). Neurotic style and organizational pathology. Strategic Management Journal 5(1): 35-55.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1983). Successful and Unsuccessful Phases of the Corporate Life Cycle. Organization Studies 4(4): 339-356.

  • Reprinted in Cameron, K. S., Sutton, R. I. & Whetten, D. A. (Eds.) (1988). Organizational Decline: Frameworks, Research, and Prescriptions, New York, NY: Ballinger.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1983). Strategy-making and environment: The third link. Strategic Management Journal 4(3): 221-235.

Miller, D. & Mintzberg, H. (1983). The Case for Configuration, in Morgan, G. (Ed.). Beyond Method: Strategies for Social Research, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 57-73.

Miller, D. (1983). The Correlates of Entrepreneurship in Three Types of Firms. Management Science 29(7): 770-791.

Friesen, P. H. & Miller, D. (1983). Annual Inequality and Lifetime Inequality. Quarterly Journal of Economics 98(1): 139-155.

Miler, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1982). Structural Change and Performance: Quantum versus Piecemeal-Incremental Approaches. Academy of Management Journal 25(4): 867-892.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1982). The Longitudinal Analysis of Organizations: A Methodological Perspective. Management Science 28(9): 1013-1034.

Miller, D. (1982). Evolution and Revolution: A Quantum View of Structural Change in Organizations. Journal of Management Studies 19(2): 131-151.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1982). Innovation in conservative and entrepreneurial firms: Two models of strategic momentum. Strategic Management Journal 3(1): 1-25.

  • Reprinted in Livesay, H. C. (Ed.) (1994). Entrepreneurship and the Growth of Firms, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Miller, D., Kets de Vries, M. F. R. & Toulouse, J.-M. (1982). Top Executive Locus of Control and Its Relationship to Strategy-Making, Structure, and Environment. Academy of Management Journal 25(2): 237-253.

  • Listed in 1996 as one of the 10 most cited papers in the 40 year history of AMJ.

Miller, D. (1981). Toward a New Contingency Approach:  The Search for Organizational Gestalts. Journal of Management Studies 18(1): 1-26.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1980). Momentum and Revolution in Organizational Adaptation. Academy of Management Journal 23(4): 591-614.

  • Listed in 1996 as one of the 10 most cited papers in the 40 year history of AMJ.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1980). Archetypes of Organizational Transition. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(2): 268-299.

Armstrong, D. E., Friesen, P. H. & Miller, D. (1979). Income Distribution in Canada: A Reply to Needleman and Shedd. Canadian Public Policy 5(4): 510-517.

Miller, D. (1979). Strategy, Structure and Environment: Context Influences upon Some Bivariate Associations. Journal of Management Studies 16(3): 294-316.

Miller, D. (1978). The Role of Multivariate “Q-Techniques” in the Study of Organizations. Academy of Management Review 3(3): 515-531.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1979). Archetypes of Strategy Formulation. Management Science 24(9): 921-933.

  • Reprinted in Sviluppo e Organizzazione, October 1979.

Miller, D. (1977). Common syndromes of business failure. Business Horizons 20(6): 43-53.

  • Reprinted in Bedrifts Okonomen, January 1979.

Armstrong, D. E., Friesen, P. H. & Miller, D. (1977). The Measurement of Income Distribution in Canada: Some Problems and Some Tentative Data. Canadian Public Policy 3(4): 479-488.

Miller, D. & Friesen, P. H. (1977). Strategy-Making in Context: Ten Empirical Archetypes. Journal of Management Studies 14(3): 253-280.

Gordon, L. A. & Miller, D. (1976). A contingency framework for the design of accounting information systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(1): 59-69.

Miller, D. & Gordon, L. A. (1975). Conceptual Levels and the Design of Accounting Information Systems. Decision Sciences 6(2): 259-269.