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Latest Papers in Refereed Journals

Revilla, E. and Villena, V. (2012): Knowledge integration taxonomy in buyer–supplier relationships: Trade-offs between efficiency and innovation. International Journal Production Econocmis, 140 (2)854-864

Revilla, E.; Knoppen, D. (2012).Contextual Antecedents and Performance of Team Vision in Product Development. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 32 (8): 911-931. 

Paiva,E., Revilla E. and , Roth, A. (2012),Manufacturing strategy process and organizational knowledge: a cross-country analysis. Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 16 Iss: 2 pp. 302 - 328

Villena, V, Revilla, E and Choi, T. (2011). The dark side of buyer-supplier relationship: A social capital perspective. Journal of Operation Management, 29 (6) 561-576. 

Hong, P.; Doll, W.; Revilla, E.  and Nahm, A. (2011). Sharing Knowledge and Strategic fit in Integrated Product Development Projects: An Empirical study. International Journal Production Econocmis, 132:186-196.

Revilla, E. and Rodríguez, B. (2011). Team visionin product development: how knowledge strategy matters. Technovation, 3 (2-3):118-127. 

Revilla, E., Prieto, I., Rodríguez, B. (2010). Knowledge Strategy: Its Relationship to Environmental Dynamism and Complexity in Product Development. Knowledge and Process Management, Vol.17(1): 36 - 47.

Prieto, I., Revilla, E. and Rodriguez, B. 2009. Building Dynamic Capabilities in Product Development: How do Contextual Antecedents Matter?”  Scandinavian Journal of Management, 25: pp:313-326

Villena, V., Gomez-Mejía, L and Revilla, E.  2009. The Decision of the Supply Chain Executive to Support or Impede Supply Chain Integration: A multidisciplinary Behavioral Agency Perspective” Decision Science Journal, 40 (4): pp: 635-665.

Revilla, E., Rodriguez, B. and Prieto, I. 2009. Information Technology as a Knowledge Management Enabler in Product Development: Empirical Evidence“, European Journal of Innovation Management, 12 (3): pp. 346-363

Prieto, I., Revilla, E. and Rodriguez, B. 2009. Managing the Knowledge Paradox in Product Development. Journal of Knowledge Management, 13 (3): pp: 157-170.

Revilla, E., Sarkis, J. and Modrego, A. 2007. “Exploring Public and Private R&D Partnership Performance: A Knowledge-Based View of Inter-organisational Alliances,” International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 3 (4): pp.371-393.

Prieto, I. and Revilla, E. 2006. Learning Capability and Business Performance: A non-financial and Financial Assesment. The Learning Organization journal, 13(2). Págs 166-185.

Prieto, I. and Revilla, E. 2006. Assessing the Impact of Learning Capability in Learning Performance. Management Learning, 37 (4). pp 499-522.

Revilla, E., Acosta, J. and Sarkis, J. 2006. “An Empirical Assessment of a Learning and Knowledge Management Typology for Research Joint Ventures,” International Journal of Technology Management,  35 (1-4), pp. 329-348

Prieto I. y Revilla, E. (2005): Information Technologies and Human Behaviours as Interacting Knowledge Management Enablers. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 1(3), pp. 175–197.

Revilla, E., Acosta, J. and Sarkis, J.  2005 .“Value Perceptions and Performance of Research Joint Ventures: An Organizational Learning Perspective,” International Journal of High Technology Management Research, 16 (2), pp. 157-172,.

Revilla, E., Sarkis, J., and Acosta, J., 2005. “Towards a Knowledge Management and Learning Taxonomy for Research Joint Ventures,” Technovation, 25 (11), pp. 1307-1316, 

Revilla, E. y Sánchez-Alarcos (2004): Aprendizaje Organizativo en Entornos Complejos: Lecciones Aprendidas de la Seguridad Aérea. Harvard Deusto Business Review. Septiembre

Prieto, I. and Revilla, E. (2004): Impacto Organizativo de los Distintos Estilos de Gestión del Conocimiento. Una Evidencia Empírica del Caso Español. Revista de Empresa, 10. pp 42-54

Prieto, I. and  Revilla, E. 2004. An Empirical Investigation of Knowledge Management Styles and their Effects on Learning Capacity. Management Research, 2. pp. 135-148.

Prieto, I. and  Revilla, E. 2004. La Naturaleza Dual de la Gestión del Conocimiento. Implicaciones para la Capacidad de Aprendizaje y los Resultados Organizativos. Revista Latinoamericana de Administración 32, pp.47-75

Revilla, E.; Sarkis, J. and Modrego, A. 2003.  Evaluating Performance of Public-Private Research Collaborations. A DEA Analysis. Journal of Operations Research Society, 54 (2), pp.165-174.

Book Chapters

Prieto, I. and Revilla, E. 2009. The Link between Learning Capability and Business
Performance in MNEs:The Role of Intellectual Capital. In  Strategic Intellectual Capital Management in Multinational Organizations: Sustainability and Successful Implications, K. O’sullivan, Ed.  Editorial: Igi -Global
Revilla E. y Sanchez-Alarcos, J., 2008. Communities of Practice. In Enciclopedia of HRIS. Challenges in e-HRM.  T. Torres and M. Arias Edts. Editorial: Igi-Global 

Sanchez-Alarcos, J. y Revilla, E. 2008. Organizational Semiotic. In Enciclopedia of HRIS. Challenges in e-HRM, T. Torres and M. Arias Edts. Editorial: Igi-Global 
Edts.: Teresa Torres y Mario Arias. Editorial: Igi-global

Revilla E. 2007. Knowledge Management in Reserch Joint Venture. In Strategic Knowledge Management in Multinational Organizations. Edt.: Kevin O’sullivan Editorial: Idea Group, USA

Revilla, E. y Sánchez-Alarcos, 2004: Organizational Learning in Complex Environments. Aviations Safety as the Case Study. In Virtual, Distributed and Flexible Organisations. Studies in Organizational Semiotics, K. Liu, Ed.  Editorial Kluwer Academic Publishers.