Gulati, Ranjay, N. Nohria, and F. Wohlgezogen, “Roaring Out of Recessions,” Harvard Business Review, March, pp 62-69, 2010.

Gulati, Ranjay, D. Lavie, and H. Singh, “The Nature of Partnering Experience and the Gains from Alliances.” Forthcoming, Strategic Management Journal, 2009.

Gulati, Ranjay, and Phanish Puranam, “Renewal Through Reorganization: The Value of Inconsistencies between Formal and Informal Organization.” Organization Science, Vol 20, No 2, pp 422-440, 2009.

Gulati, Ranjay and N. Nohria. “Tasting the Fruits of Effective Innovation.” Financial Times, February 5, 2009.

“Creating Superior Customer Value in a Connected World.” Chapter in Business Network Transformation: Strategies to Reconfigure Your Business Relationships for Competitive Advantage, Edited by Jeffrey Word, John Wiley, 2009. 

Gulati, Ranjay, “Czar Power,”, January 7, 2009. 

Sytch, Maxim and Ranjay Gulati, “Creating Value Together.” Sloan Management Review, 
Business Intelligence, 50(1), 2008.

Gulati, Ranjay, James Oldroyd, and Phanish Puranam, “Staring you in the face,” Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2008.

Gulati, Ranjay, Parth Mehrotra, and Maxim Sytch, “Breaking up is Never Easy: Planning for Exit in a Strategic Alliance.”California Management Journal, Vol 50, No 4, pp 147-163, 2008. 

Gulati, Ranjay, and Phanish Puranam, “Renewal Through Reorganization: The Value of Inconsistencies between Formal and Informal Organization.” Forthcoming, Organization Science, 2008.

Gulati, Ranjay, and Jackson Nickerson, “Interorganizational Trust, Governance Choice, and Exchange Performance.” Organization Science, pp 1-21, 2008.

Gulati, Ranjay, and Maxim Sytch, “Does Familiarity Breed Trust? Revisiting the Antecedents of Trust” Managerial and Decision Economics, vol 29, pp 165-190, 2008.  

Pollock, Tim, and R. Gulati, “Standing Out From the Crowd: the Visibility-Enhancing Effects of IPO-related Signals on Alliance Formation by Entrepreneurial Firms.”Strategic Organizations, vol 5(4), pp. 339-372, 2007. [A shorter version of this paper appeared in Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, pp 11-16,  2002]

Gulati, Ranjay, “Tent-Poles, Tribalism, and Boundary Spanning: The Rigor-Relevance Debate in Management Research.” Academy of Management Journal, vol 50, no 4, pp 775-782, 2007

Gulati, Ranjay, and Maxim Sytch, “Dependence Asymmetry and Joint Dependence in Interorganizational Relationships: Effects of Embeddedness on a Manufacturer’s Performance in Procurement Relationships.” Administrative Science Quarterly, vol 52, pp 32-69, 2007.  

Gulati, Ranjay, “Silo Busting: Transcending Barriers to Build High Growth Organizations” Harvard Business Review, pp 98-108, May, 2007.

Gulati, Ranjay, Maxim Sytch, and Parth Mehrotra, “Preparing for the Exit.” Wall Street Journal Business Insight Report, March 3, 2007.

Higgins, Monica, and R. Gulati, "Stacking the Deck: The Effect of Upper Echelon Affiliations for Entrepreneurial Firms."  Strategic Management Journal, vol 27, pp 1-26, 2006.

Gulati, Ranjay, and James Oldroyd, “The Quest for Customer Focus.” Harvard Business Review, April, 2005.

Gulati, Ranjay, and D. Kletter, “Shrinking Core-Expanding Periphery: The Relational Architecture of High Performing Organizations.” California Management Review, vol 47, no 3, pp 77-104, 2005.

Gulati, Ranjay, P. Lawrence, and P. Puranam, “Adaptation in Vertical Relationships: Beyond Incentive Conflict.” Strategic Management Journal, vol 26, pp 415-440, 2005.