Cui Bono? Organizational Legitimacy and Social Impact in Corporate-Community Relations in Kenya
Public enemies? Reputation and celebrity as interpretive frames in the scandalizing of organizational misconduct
Have you tried this? Co-constructing and accessing a repertoire of implementation for moral mandates
Come work with us for one or two years as a funded post-doc during academic years of 2021-2022 and 2022-2023.
Theorizing Rankings: A Sociological Approach
"STORM Proudly Presents" Seminar Series: Caroline Flammer (Boston U.)
"Impact Investing and the Fostering of Business Ventures' Financial Performance and Social Impact in Disadvantaged Urban Areas"
Accounting for Negative Attention: Status and Costs in the Market for Audit Services
We're hiring! Come join us. Deadline to apply: 30 Sep. 2020.
Creative destruction? Startups and divorce
A Narrative Approach to Market Category Emergence
Is there a Symbolic Effect of Social Status on Performance? Exploring Causal Evidence and Underlying Mechanisms
Overcoming the liability of novelty: The power of framing
A behavioral perspective of search in nonprofit organizations: How programmatic aspirations drive fundraising efforts
Who Becomes Famous Among Creative Pioneers? A Large-Scale Empirical Study of the Relationship Between Novelty and Fame Across Time and Space
The Microfoundations of Belief and Behavior Change: A Field Experiment on the Efficacy of Frame Bridging and Frame Shifting Strategies for Stimulating Innovative Entrepreneurship
We’re delighted to introduce our new workshop series, BrainSTORM. BrainSTORM is intended for presentations of...
Is There a Gender Gap in the Novelty of Creative Products? Evidence From the Global Music Industry, 1955–2000
Mobility Networks and Institutional Change: How Parisian Haute Couture Moved into Ready-to-Wear, 1945-1973
Optimal Distinctiveness in CSR Practices: Examining the CSR Profile Extensiveness and Deviation among Chinese Publicly Listed Companies
Gender Differences in Reapplication after Rejection and Women’s Representation in Talent Pipelines
Come work with us for one or two years as a funded post-doc during academic years of 2019-2020 and 2020-2021.
Complex Learning: Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing
Collective Rage, Power, and Institutions: Examining the Processes of Institutional Disruption, Defense and Reaction
When Strategy Needs Identity and Vice Versa: A Temporal View of the Strategy-Identity Interplay
From Symbolic Commitment to "Skin in the Game": Collective Action and Institutional Formation through Problem Solving