Thursday 16 March: Mario Amore (Bocconi)
Protecting the family legacy: The response of family firms to antitrust enforcement. About the Research...
Thursday 9 February: Brayden King (Northwestern University)
Environmental Protests, Shareholder Activism, and the Struggle for Corporate Autonomy. About the Research...
Thursday 12 January: Madeline Toubiana (University of Ottawa)
Sexy work not sex work: Craft creation as a mechanism of destigmatization. About the Research Workers in...
Thursday 15 December: Marjo Siltaoja (University of Jyväskylä)
What counts in moral markets: Categorical salience and moral evaluation in German carsharing markets. About...
Thursday 17 November: Shaz Ansari (Cambridge University)
Navigating nascent platform legitimacy: A framework for the dynamic deployment of framing strategies. About...
Thursday 20 October: Maxim Voronov (York University, Canada)
When work is everything: Coping with institutionalized perfectionism About the Research Perfectionism is...
Thursday 16 June: Dror Etzion (McGill University)
Generative research for addressing societal grand challenges: The case of the PIVOT project About the Research...
Thursday 12 May: Tieying Yu (Boston College)
The power of words: Word responses in multimarket competition About the Research Previous research has...
14 April 2022: Jan Lodge (Erasmus University)
Sustaining compassion as central organizational competence About the Research In this study, we explore how...
10 March 2022 – STORM Insights in Quant methods: Olga Novoselova (emlyon)
STORM Insights in Quant methods: Estimating the relative importance of predictors: research questions, study design, and analytical tools.
14 March 2022: Zeke Hernandez (Wharton)
Does Employing Skilled Immigrants Enhance Competitive Performance? Evidence from European Football Clubs About...
10 February 2022: NUNO OLIVEIRA (Tilburg)
Power and Trust in Interorganizational Relationships
13 January 2022: Johanna Mair (Hertie School)
Varieties of Alternative Organizing: Novelty and Conventionality in Organizing around Social Problems
16 December 2021: Joel Gehman (George Washington University)
Remaking capitalism: The strength of weak legislation in mobilizing certification
2 December 2021 – STORM Insights in Quant methods: CLEMENT LEVALLOIS (emlyon)
STORM Insights in Quant methods: Explore textual data without coding
18 November, 2021: ABHINAV GUPTA (University of Washington)
Stakeholder Ideological Incongruence and Diffusion of Controversial Practices: Evidence from LGBT Domestic Partner Benefits Adoptions by U.S. public universities
21 October, 2021: DAPHNE DEMETRY (McGill University)
Divergent Myths: Occupational Change in the Culinary Industry
24 June, 2021: GIADA DI STEFANO (Bocconi)
To Stem the Tide: Organizational Climate and the Locus of Knowledge Transfer
27 May, 2021: ANNA KIM (McGill U.)
Cui Bono? Organizational Legitimacy and Social Impact in Corporate-Community Relations in Kenya
29 April, 2021: JUNG-HOON HAN (U. of Missouri)
Public enemies? Reputation and celebrity as interpretive frames in the scandalizing of organizational misconduct
25 March, 2021: GRACE AUGUSTINE (City U)
Have you tried this? Co-constructing and accessing a repertoire of implementation for moral mandates
25 February 2021: JELENA BRANKOVIC & LEOPOLD RINGEL (Bielefeld University)
Theorizing Rankings: A Sociological Approach
28 January 2021: CAROLINE FLAMMER (Boston U.)
"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"
4 June 2020: AMANDINE ODY-BRASIER (Yale)
Accounting for Negative Attention: Status and Costs in the Market for Audit Services
CANCELLED: 12 March 2020: OLIVER HAHL (Carnegie Mellon)
Can Faking it Lead to Making it: The effect of industry scandal on symbolic and substantive organizational change