Wieland, A., Bals, S., Mol, M.J., & R. Handfield (forthcoming) Overcoming the blind spots in global sourcing research: Exploiting the cross-sections between supply chain management and international business. Journal of International Management.
Lee, S. H., Mellahi, K., Mol, M. J., & Pereira, V. (2020). No-size fits-all: Collaborative governance as an alternative for addressing labour in global supply chains. Journal of Business Ethics. 162, 291–305.
Frynas, G, M.J. Mol, & K. Mellahi (2018) Radical management innovation made in China: Haier’s Rendanheyi. California Management Review, 61(1), 71-93.
Mol, M.J., & K. Brandl (2018) Bridging what we know: The effect of cognitive distance on knowledge-intensive business services produced offshore. International Business Review, 27(3), 669-677.
Monteiro, L.F., M.J. Mol, & J. Birkinshaw (2017) Ready to be Open? Explaining the Firm Level Barriers to Benefiting from Openness to External Knowledge. Long Range Planning, 50(2), 282-295.
Mol, M.J., & J. Birkinshaw (2014) The role of external involvement in the creation of management innovations. Organization Studies, 35(9), 1287-1312.
Mol, M.J., & C. Brewster (2014) The outsourcing strategy of local and multinational firms: A supply base perspective. Global Strategy Journal, 4(1), 20-34.
Bertrand, O., & M.J. Mol (2013) The antecedents and innovation effects of domestic and offshore R&D outsourcing: The contingent impact of cognitive distance and absorptive capacity. Strategic Management Journal, 34(6), 751-760.