Microfoundations of Board Monitoring: The Case of Entrepreneurial Firms

Garg, Sam
January 2014
Academy of Management Review;Jan2014, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p114
Academic Journal
The article presents a response from the author of the article "Venture boards: Distinctive monitoring and implications for firm performance" in which he examines the question of who in the board of directors (BOD) monitors venture management and talks about the duality of chief executive officers and chairpersons of BOD.


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