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Administrative Science Quarterly, owned and managed by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, has been at the cutting edge of organizational studies since the field began. This top-tier journal regularly publishes the best theoretical and empirical papers based on dissertations and on the evolving and new work of more established scholars, as well as interdisciplinary work in organizational theory, and informative book reviews.

 

Recent Media Mentions

 

2018 Articles
 

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Gianpiero Petriglieri (INSEAD), Susan J. Ashford (University of Michigan), Amy Wrzesniewski (Yale University), “Agony and Ecstasy in the Gig Economy: Cultivating Holding Environments for Precarious and Personalized Work Identities” February 2018.  

Harvard Business Review: To Take Charge of Your Career, Start by Building Your Tribe

Matthew Beane (University of California, Santa Barbara), “Shadow Learning: Building Robotic Surgical Skill When Approved Means Fail” January 2018.

The Conversation: Young doctors struggle to learn robotic surgery – so they are practicing in the shadows
KevinMD.com: Young surgeons are learning robotic surgery in the shadows
Sciblogs: Young doctors struggle to learn robotic surgery—so they are practicing in the shadows
 

March 2018 63(1)

Gregoire Croidieu (Grenoble Ecole de Management), Phillip H. Kim (Babson College), “Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field” January 2017; 63(1): 1-42.

Management Ink: War, Exploration, and Interference: The Rise of Amateur Broadcasters
Organizational musings: War, Exploration, and Interference: The Rise of Amateur Broadcasters

 

Christopher B. Yenkey (University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business), “Fraud and Market Participation: Social Relations as a Moderator of Organizational Misconduct” February 2017; 63(1): 43-84.
 

Organizational musings: My Kind of Fraudster: How Social Group Affects Responses to Misconduct

 

Zlatko Bodrozic (Leeds University Business School), Paul S. Adler (University of Southern California), “The Evolution of Management Models: A Neo-Schumpeterian Theory” April 2017; 63(1): 85-129.
 

Organizational musings: Think about Thinking: How Management Models Stay Relevant

 

W. Chad Carlos (Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University), Ben W. Lewis (Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University), “Strategic Silence: Withholding Certification Status as a Hypocrisy Avoidance Tactic” February 2017; 63(1): 130-169.
 

Management INK: ASQ in the News: Media Mentions
 

Organizational musings: Our Secret Environmentalism: We Don’t Say We Are Sustainable

 

Carlo Salvato (Brocconi University), Claus Rerup (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management), “Routine Regulation: Balancing Conflicting Goals in Organizational Routines” April 2017; 63(1): 170-209.
 

Organizational musings: Putting It Together: How Organizations Handle Conflicting Goals

 

Pavel I. Zhelyazkov (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), “Interactions and Interests: Collaboration Outcomes, Competitive Concerns, and the Limits to Triadic Closure” March 2017; 63(1): 210-247.
 

Organizational musings: Caught in the Web of Finance? When Network Connections Are Missing

2017 Articles

 

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Aleksandra Kacperczyk (London Business School) and Peter Younkin (McGill University) “The Paradox of Breadth: The Tension between Experience and Legitimacy in the Transition to Entrepreneurship” first published March 13, 2017.

Organizational musings: La La Land Entrepreneurship: When Does the Specialist Entrepreneur Win?

W. Chad Carlos (Brigham Young University) and Ben W. Lewis (Brigham Young University) “Strategic Silence: Withholding Certification Status as a Hypocrisy Avoidance Tactic” first published February 1, 2017.

Huffington Post: Strategic Silence: Why aren’t companies talking about their environmental accomplishments?

Mary Jo Hatch (Copenhagen Business School) and Majken Schultz (Copenhagen Business School), “Toward a Theory of Using History Authentically: Historicizing in the Carlsberg Group” first published January 31, 2017.

LSE Business Review: How a beer found success with an authentic use of history

Organizational musings: Since the Roman Empire: Organizations Engage History to Make Changes

Gareth D. Keeves (University of Michigan), James D. Westphal (University of Michigan), Michael L. McDonald (University of Texas at San Antonio) “Those Closes Wield the Sharpest Knife: How Ingratiation Leads to Resentment and Social Undermining of the CEO” first published January 10, 2017.

LSE Business Review: Office politics: When managers flatter the CEO, but undermine him with journalists

Raina A. Brands (London Business School), Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (London Business School) “Leaning Out: How Negative Recruitment Experiences Shape Women’s Decisions to Compete for Executive Roles” first published December 15, 2016.

Harvard Business Review: Women Are Less Likely to Apply for Executive Roles If They’ve Been Rejected Before

Marlys K. Christianson (University of Toronto), “More and Less Effective Updating: The Role of Trajectory Management in Making Sense Again” December 2017.

Harvard Business Review: How to Prepare for a Crisis You Couldn’t Possibly Predict

 

Brianna Barker Caza (University of Manitoba), Sherry Moss (Wake Forest University), and Heather Vough (University of Cincinnati), “From synchronizing to Harmonizing: The Process of Authenticating Multiple Work Identities” September 2017.
 

INSEAD Knowledge: You Can Have More Than One True Work Identity

 

Anne Bowers (University of Toronto) and Matteo Prato (Università della Svizzera Italiana), “The Structural Origins of Unearned Status: How Arbitrary Changes in Categories Affect Status Position and Market Impact” August 2017.
 

FT’s Weekonomics by Gavin Jackson: Economics week ahead 20/08/2017 What the Papers Say

 

Gianpiero Petriglieri (INSEAD), Jennifer Louise Petriglieri (INSEAD), Jack Denfeld Wood (China Europe International Business School), “Fast Tracks and Inner Journeys: Crafting Portable Selves for Contemporary Careers” July 2017.
 

Financial Times: ‘Portable’ leaders need people skills
 

Harvard Business Review: To Take Charge of Your Career, Start by Building Your Tribe
 

INSEAD Knowledge: There’s More Than One Way to Make the Most of an MBA

 

December 2017 62(4)
 

Letian Zhang (Harvard University), “A Fair Game? Racial Bias and Repeated Interaction between NBA Coaches and Players” April 2017; 62(4): 603-625.
 

Organizational musings: Fair Play and Racial Bias in the NBA

Scott Sonenshein (Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University, Kristen Nault (Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University), Otilia Obodaru (Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University), “Competition of a Different Flavor: How a Strategic Group Identity Shapes Competition and Cooperation” April 2017; 62(4): 626-656.
 

EurekAlert!: Houston’s gourmet food trucks cooperate, compete to elevate group’s prestige
 

Health Medicinet: Houston’s gourmet food trucks cooperate, compete to elevate group’s prestige
 

Organizational musings: Gourmet Food Truck Strategy: How Strategic Groups Compete
 

Phys.org: Houston’s gourmet food trucks cooperate, compete to elevate group’s prestige
 

Science Newsline: Houston’s gourmet food trucks cooperate, compete to elevate group’s prestige

 

Mary Jo Hatch (IEDC Bled School of Management, Copenhagen Business School), Majken Schultz (Copenhagen Business School), “Toward a Theory of Using History Authentically: Historicizing in the Carlsberg Group” January 2017; 62(4): 657-697.
 

LSE Business Review: How a beer found success with an authentic use of history
 

Organizational musings: Since the Roman Empire: Organizations Engage History to Make Changes

 

Tristan L. Botelho (Yale School of Management), Mabel Abraham (Graduate School of Business, Columbia University), “Pursuing Quality: How Search Costs and Uncertainty Magnify Gender-based double Standards in a Multistage Evaluation Process” February 2017; 62(4): 698-730.
 

Harvard Business Review: Research: Objective Performance Metrics Are Not Enough to Overcome Gender Bias
 

LSE Business Review: To overcome gender bias, objective performance metrics are not enough
 

National Affairs Online: Fairly diverse
 

New York Post: How your first name could cost you a job opportunity
 

Organizational musings: Why Double Standards? Investment Advice from Women
 

Quartz: The bias against women in finance even extends to men with feminine names

 

Aleksandra Kacperczyk (London Business School), Peter Younkin (Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University), “The Paradox of Breadth: The Tension between Experience and Legitimacy in the Transition to Entrepreneurship” March 2017; 62(4): 731-764.
 

Organizational musings: La La Land Entrepreneurship: When Does the Specialist Entrepreneur Win?
 

September 2017 62(3)
 

Raina A. Brands (London Business School), Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (London Business School), “Leaning Out: How Negative Recruitment Experiences Shape Women’s Decisions to Compete for Executive Roles” December 2016; 62(3): 405-442.
 

Forbes: Women’s Reaction To Rejection May Be Keeping Them Out Of The Corner Office
 

Harvard Business Review: Women Are Less Likely to Apply for Executive Roles If They’ve Been Rejected Before
 

Organizational musings: Lean in or Lean out? Unfair Treatment Stops Women’s Careers in Many Ways

 

Sunasir Dutta (University of Minnesota Twin Cities), “Creating in the Crucibles of Nature’s Fury: Associational Diversity and Local social Entrepreneurship after Natural Disasters in California, 1991-2010” August 2016; 62(3): 443-483.
 

Organizational musings: Facing Ragnarok: How Community Diversity Helps Disaster Recovery

 

Gareth D. Keeves (Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan), James D. Westphal (Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan), Michael L. McDonald (College of Business, University of Texas at San Antonio), “Those Closest wield the Sharpest Knife: How Ingratiation Leads to Resentment and Social Undermining of the CEO” January 2017; 62(3): 484-523.
 

Harvard Business Review: Research: Executives Who Flatter their CEOs Are More Likely to Criticize Them to the Press
 

Health Medicinet: Beware the Office Flatterer, Study Warns
 

Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel: Bosses, be warned: Your biggest kiss-up could be your biggest backstabber
 

LSE Business Review: Office politics: When managers flatter the CEO, but undermine him with journalists
 

Management INK: Albert Dunlap Style Likability: Those Who Seek Flattery Get Enemies
 

National Affairs Online: Fine-tuned machine
 

NDTV: Bosses, Be Warned: Your Biggest Kiss-Up Could Be Your Biggest Backstabber
 

Organizational musings: Albert Dunlap Style Likability: Those Who Seek Flattery Get Enemies
 

Portland Press Herald: Bosses, be warned: Your biggest kiss-up could be your biggest backstabber
 

Quartz: Beware the office flatterer
 

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Bosses, be warned: Your biggest kiss-up could be your biggest backstabber
 

The Spokesman-Review: Bosses, be warned: Your biggest kiss-up could be your biggest backstabber
 

TODAY: Why flattering your boss can be a dangerous thing
 

Washington Post: Bosses, be warned: Your biggest kiss-up could be your biggest backstabber

 

Jennifer Howard-Grenville (Judge Business School, University of Cambridge), Andrew J. Nelson (Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon), Andrew G. Earle (Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire), Julie A. Haack (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oregon), Douglas M. Young (Science Division, Lane Community College), “’If Chemists Don’t Do It, Who Is Going To?’ Peer-driven Occupational Change and the Emergence of Green Chemistry” January 2017; 62(3): 524-560.
 

Organizational musings: Fertilizing Green Chemistry: How an Occupation Renews Itself
 

Technology.org: Research looks at the tensions that drove green chemistry

 

Sinziana Dorobantu (Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University), Witold J. Henisz (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), Lite Nartey (Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina), “Not All Sparks Light a Fire: Stakeholder and Shareholder Reactions to Critical Events in Contested Markets” January 2017; 62(3): 561-597.
 

Organizational musings: Who Admires Martin Shkreli? How we respond to Controversies about Firms
 

June 2017 62(2)

Anne-Laure Fayard (Tandon School of Engineering, New York University), Ileana Stigliani (Imperial College Business School), Beth A. Bechky (Stern School of Business, New York University), “How Nascent Occupations Construct a Mandate: The Case of Service Designers’ Ethos” September 2016; 62(2): 270-303.

Organizational musings: What is a Service Designer? Who Cares?

 

J. Adam Cobb (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), Flannery G. Stevens (David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah), “These Unequal States: Corporate Organization and Income Inequality in the United States” October 2016; 62(2): 304-340.
 

Organizational musings: Small Firms are Admired. But are They Good Employers?

 

Jason Greenberg (Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University), Ethan Mollick (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), “Activist choice Homophily and the Crowdfunding of Female Founders” November 2016; 62(2): 341-374.
 

Organizational musings: Kickstarting the Disadvantaged: Activism in Venture Funding

 

Kevin Zheng Zhou (Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Hong Kong), Gerald Yong Gao (College of Business Administration, University of Missouri—St. Louis), Hongxin Zhao (John Cook School of Business, Saint Louis University), “State Ownership and Firm Innovation in China: An Integrated View of Institutional and Efficiency Logics” October 2016; 62(2): 375-404.
 

Organizational musings: Can the State Help Firms Innovate? “Get some!”
 

Kristie M. Rogers (Marquette University), Kevin G. Corley (Arizona State University), Blake E. Ashforth (Arizona State University) “Seeing More Than Orange: Organizational Respect and Positive Identity Transformation in a Prison Context” June 2017; 62(2): 219-269.

Gulf News Thinkers: How respect can set inmates (and employees) free

Organizational musings: Getting the Orange out of my Head: How Respect can set Inmates Free

March 2017 62(1)

Abhinav Gupta (The Robotics Institute School of Computer Science Carnegie Melon University) and Adam J. Wowak (Mendoza College of Business), “The Elephant (Or Donkey) in the Boardroom How Board Political Ideology Affects CEO Pay” March 2017; 62(1): 1-30.

Becker’s Hospital Review: Board members’ political views associated with size of CEO’s paycheck

LSE Business Review: The elephant (and the donkey) in the boardroom

Management INK: The elephant (and the donkey) in the boardroom

National Affairs Online: Corporate control

Newswise: CEOs Are Compensated, Valued More by Conservative (vs Liberal) Boards

Organizational musings: Republicans in the Board: Leadership Trumps Collective Accomplishment

PsyPost: CEOs are compensated, valued more by conservative (vs liberal) boards

USAPP: The elephant (and the donkey) in the boardroom

Wall Street Journal: Liberal-Leaning Boards Are Stingy with CEO Pay, Study Says

Heather A. Haveman (University of California, Berkeley), Nan Jia Jing Shi (USC Marshall School of Business) and Yongxiang Wang (USC Marshall School of Business), “The Dynamics of Political Embeddedness in China” March 2017; 62(1): 67-104.

Organizational musings: Adam Smith Meets Machiavelli: When in Markets, Connect to the State

Erin Leahey (University of Arizona), Christine M. Beckman (University of Maryland) and Taryn L. Stanko (Orfalea College of Business), “Prominent but Less Productive: The Impact of Interdisciplinarity on Scientists Research” March 2017; 62(1): 105-139.

Impact of Social Sciences: Interdisciplinary research may lead to increased visibility but also depresses scholarly productivity

Organizational musings: Wide Research, Narrow Effects: Why Interdisciplinary Research—and Innovation—is Hard

Elizabeth G. Pontikes (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) and William P. Barnett (Stanford Graduate School of Business), “The Non-consensus Entrepreneur: Organizational Responses to Vital Events” March 2017; 62(1): 140-178.

Global Advisors: The Advantages of Entering a Not-So-Hot Market

MIT Sloan Management Review: The Advantages of Entering a Not-So-Hot Market

Newswise: Entrepreneurs Fare Better if They Resist the Temptation to Follow the Crowd

Organizational musings: When Entrepreneurs Crowd

Science Daily: Entrepreneurs Fare Better if They Resist the Temptation to Follow the Crowd

WGN-AM The Opening Bell, October 10, 2016: Entrepreneurs fare better if they don’t follow the leader

2016 Articles

December 2016 61(4)

Giuseppe Delmestri (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, Austria) and Royston Greenwood (University of Alberta, Canada), “How Cinderella Became a Queen: Theorizing Radical Status Change” December 2016; 61(4): 507-550.

INSEAD Knowledge: How Products Can Climb the Social Ladder

Management INK: How to turn a Cinderella product into a market queen

LSE Business Review: How to turn a Cinderella product into a market queen

Organizational musings: Fancy Stuff: How to Make People Really Like a Type of Product They Used to Despise

Mary-Hunter McDonnell (University of Pennsylvania) and Timothy Werner (University of Texas at Austin), “Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity” December 2016; 61(4): 584-620.

BrandKnew: In Profit We Trust?

CNN News: The Boycott That Sunk Bill O’Reilly Has a Dangerous Downside

Corporations and Health Watch: Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity

Fortune: What the Breitbart-Kellogg Feud Says About the Next Era of American Politics

MySA: The downside of consumer boycotts

Organizational musings: Please Lobby Someone Else: Social Movements Can Make Firms Unpalatable

Value Walk: How Social Activism Impacts Corporate Political Clout

Wharton Magazine:  Data Interpreted: Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity

Jason P. Davis (INSEAD, Singapore) “The Group Dynamics of Interorganizational Relationships: Collaborating with Multiple Partners in Innovation Ecosystems” December 2016; 61(4): 621-661.

Organizational musings: Keeping Threesomes Stable and Creative

Emily Truelove (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT) and Katherine C. Kellogg (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT), “The Radical Flank Effect and Cross-occupational Collaboration for Technology Development during a Power Shift” December 2016; 61(4): 662-701.

Organizational musings:  Radical Flank Marketing: How Engineers Adapted to Lost Power

 

September 2016 61(3)

Elena Dalpiaz (Imperial College London), Violina Rindova (University of Texas at Austin), and Davide Ravasi (City University London), “Combining Logics to Transform Organizational Agency” September 2016; 61(3): 347-392.

Organizational musings: Amphibious Coffee Maker: How Alessi became Profitably Artistic

Justin M. Berg (Stanford University) “Balancing on the Creative Highwire: Forecasting the Success of Novel Ideas in Organizations” September 2016; 61(3): 433-468.

Organizational musings: Will it be a Success? Evaluating Creative Ideas in Firms

National Affairs Online: Management advice

Quartz: Google’s early failure to see itself shows why we can’t recognize good ideas

Sonia K. Kang (University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada), Katherina A. DeCelles (University of Toronto, Canada), András Tilcsik (University of Toronto, Canada) and Sora Jun (Stanford University), “Whitened Résumés: Race and Self-Presentation in the Labor Market” September 2016; 61(3): 469-502.

Asamnews: Asian Americans Resort to Whitening their Resumes to Get Hired

Atlanta Blackstar: Erasing Culture and Race: Black Job Applicants Change ‘Black-Sounding’ Names, Awards and Organizations to Bypass Discrimination

The Atlantic: When Resumes Are Made ‘Whiter’ to Please Potential Employers

BenefitsPro: Asian names attract discrimination

BBC News: Should you change your name to get a job?

Bloomberg: Why Minority Applicants Scrape Race from Their Résumés

Calgary Buzz: ‘Resume whitening’ widespread among minority jobseekers: study

CBC News: Does resumé whitewashing work?

CEB Global: ‘Whitened’ Resumes Fare Better, Even at Diversity-Conscious Employers

CW33 NewsFix: ‘Resume Whitening” is Real Amongst Asian & African Americans, Study Says

Dhaka Tribune: Asian last names lead to fewer job interviews

DiversiPro: “Whitening” the Resume

EurekAlert!: Even diversity-friendly employers discriminate against racial minority job seekers

Fox11online: Study: Minority Job Seekers Who “Whiten” Resumes More Likely to Get Interview

Global Advisors: If There’s Only One Woman in Your Candidate Pool, There’s Statistically No Chance She’ll Be Hired

Government Executive: When Resumes Are Made “Whiter” To Please Potential Employers

Gulfnews: Chloe Bennet was right to call out Hollywood racism, but wrong to change her name

The Guardian: 'Resume whitening' doubles callbacks for minority job candidates, study finds

The Guardian: Chloe Bennet was right to call out Hollywood racism, but wrong to change her name
 

Huffington Post UK: Daniel Weeks: Charlottesville: How Complicit Are The Rest Of Us?
 

Harvard Business Review: Women and Minorities are Penalized for Promoting Diversity         

Harvard Business Review: If There’s Only One Woman in Your Candidate Pool, There’s Statistically No Chance She’ll Be Hired

Harvard Business Review: The Unintended Consequences of Diversity Statements

IM Diversity: Resume “Whitening” Study Reveals that Even Diversity-friendly Employers Discriminate Against Racial Minority Job Seekers

INSEAD Knowledge:  The Disturbing Benefits of “White-Washing” a Resume

Insight Into Diversity: ‘Whitened’ Resumes Earn More Callbacks, Even by Employers that Favor Diversity

MetroNews Canada: Jobseekers resort to resumé whitening to get foot in the door, study shows

NPR: Asian Last Names Lead To Fewer Job Interviews, Still

The Nation: Whiteness Still Pays in the Job Market

National Affairs Online: Minority representative

News @UofT: Applying to a company that boasts of its diversity? It still pays to “whiten” that resumé, U of T study finds

Pantagraph: The disappointing benefit of ‘whitening’ a resume

Phys.org: Even diversity-friendly employers discriminate against racial minority job seekers

RT: Resume ‘whitening” may increase chances of getting a callback for minorities

SAGE Connection: Whitened Resumes: Race and Self-Presentation in the Labor Market

Science 2.0: Canadian Groups That Tout Diversity Discriminate More—Because Minorities “Whiten” Credentials Less

Science Codex: Even diversity-friendly employers discriminate against racial minority job seekers

Scientopia: On whitening the CV

Science Daily: Even ‘diversity-friendly’ employers discriminate against racial minority job seekers

Times Higher Education: Résumé whitening: why I use a ‘white name’ when applying for academic jobs

Toronto Star: Jobseekers resort to ‘resumé whitening’ to get a foot in the door, study shows

Yahoo! Finance Canada: Real Talk on Race: Does resume whitewashing work?

Yahoo News: When Resumes Are Made ‘Whiter’ to Please Potential Employers

 

June 2016 61(2)

Noah Askin (INSEAD) and Matthew S. Bothner (ESMT European School of Management and Technology), “Status-Aspirational Pricing: The “Chivas Regal” Strategy in U.S. Higher Education, 2006-2012” June 2016; 61(2): 217-253.

Forbes: How Schools Use Tuition Hikes to Make Themselves Look Better

MarketWatch: When private colleges lose prestige, they raise tuition

National Affairs Online: Where credits are due

Quartz: When US universities sink in the rankings, what do they do? Raise tuition

 

March 2016 Articles 61(1)

Timo O. Vuori (Aalto University) and Quy N. Huy (INSEAD, Singapore), “Distributed Attention and Shared Emotions in the Innovation Process: How Nokia Lost the Smartphone Battle” March 2016; 61(1): 9-51.

Business Insider UK: Here’s why people make stupid decisions when experts warn otherwise

Digitoday: This is how Nokia shot itself on the foot with Lex Nokia

Digitoday: This is why the culture of fear produced results at Apple, but not at Nokia

El Confidencial: La razón del hundimiento de Nokia. Y es algo que pasa todos los días en tu empresa

Elektroniikka lehti: Nokia wasn’t able to transform into a software company

Estrategias de Inversion: Nokia y las razones de su hundimiento: ¿Podría pasarle a tu empresa?

Helsingin Sanomat: Nokia’s leaders destroyed Nokia

Iltalehti: Ollila’s Nokia was like North-Korea: “shouted so loud that balls shrank

Iltasanomat: An atmosphere of fear destroyed Nokia – information was hidden and embellished

IT Viikko: Nokia veteran Anssi Vanjoki: The Microsoft deal was last nail in Nokia’s coffin

Kauppalehti: Anssi Vanjoki in Digitoday: This was the last nail in Nokia’s coffin

Keskisuomalainen: Editor  Mervola got to experience Ollila’s shouting

mtv.fi: Nokia fell because of fear. Vanjoki: Wrong choices led to the downfall.

Latest Nigerian News: Here’s why people make stupid decisions when experts warn otherwise

MSN: La razón del hundimiento de Nokia. Y es algo que pasa todos los días en tu empresa

Savon Sanomat: Ollila was shouting at the top of his longs. Middle managers did not have the courage to tell the truth

Quartz: The science of why people insist on making idiotic choices

SmartBrief: A culture of fear dragged down Nokia

Talouselämä: A researcher: Fear does not explain Nokia’s downhill

Talouselämä: Nokians remember Ollila: Shouted at the top of his lungs

Taloussanomat: Nokians open up about Ollila: Shoutet at the top of his lungs. Bosses were directly lied to

Taloussanomat: Will a shouting leader get results

Tekniikka ja Talous: A study: An atmosphere of fear destroyed Nokia: information was hidden and embellished

The Conversation: Creating a healthy company requires more than good pay incentives

The Conversation: Why do you make stupid decisions when the experts tell you otherwise?

Value Walk: Why do you make stupid decisions when the experts tell you otherwise?

YLE: Was Nokia managed by fear

YLE: A study argues: Jorma Ollila’s subordinates lived in fear

YLE: “Thursday’s papers: “… North-Korean Nokia …

Adam Tatarynowicz (Singapore Management University), Maxim Sytch (University of Michigan) and Ranjay Gulati (Harvard Business School), “Environmental Demands and the Emergence of Social Structure Technological Dynamism and Interorganizational Network Forms” March 2016; 61(1): 52-86.

Inc.: 3 Important Factors That Will Completely Redefine Leadership

Latest Nigerian News: 3 Powerful Forces That Are Completely Changing the Way We Lead

Huffington Post: 3 Powerful Forces That Are Completely Changing the Way We Lead

J. Merluzzi (University of Chicago) and D.J. Phillips (Columbia Business School), “The Specialist Discount: Negative Returns for MBAs with Focused Profiles in Investment Banking” March 2016; 61(1): 87-124.

AOL: Science says this career advice may be wrong

Brisbane Times: Want to be a CEO? This tactic will help

Business Insider: Science says a common piece of career wisdom may be wrong

The Economic Times: How to become a CEO? The quickest path is a winding one

Forum Blog: Generalists or specialists: who do employers value more?

Harvard Business Review: Generalists Get Better Job Offers Than Specialists

Latest Nigerian News: Science says a common piece of career wisdom may be wrong

The Malay Mail Online: How to become a CEO? The quickest path is a winding one

New York Times: How to Become a C.E.O.? The Quickest Path Is a Winding One

World Economic Forum: Generalists or specialists: who do employers value more?

Yahoo! Finance UK: Science says a common piece of career wisdom may be wrong

Mauro F Guillén (University of Pennsylvania) and Laurence Capron (INSTEAD), “State Capacity, Minority Shareholder Protections, and Stock Market Development” March 2016; 61(1): 125-160.

International Monetary Fund, October 2016 Global Financial Stability Report: Chapter 2, Monetary Policy and the Rise of Nonbank Finance

Knowledge@Wharton: The Value of Protecting Minority Shareholders in the Market

2015 Articles

Christopher B. Yenkey (University of Chicago), “Mobilizing a Market: Ethnic Segmentation and Investor Recruitment into the Nairobi Securities Exchange” December 2015; 60(4): 561-595.

Chicago Booth Capital Ideas Blog: Overcoming ethnic divides is crucial to Kenyan stock market growth

EurekAlert!: Overcoming ethnic divides key to fueling stock market growth in emerging economies

 

LARIDEPED.org: Mobilizing a Market: Ethnic Segmentation and Investor Recruitment into the Nairobi Securities Exchange

NetworkAdvantage.org: Will Greeks invest? How Domestic Strife Influences Investment Decisions

Noozilla Top: Overcoming ethnic divides key to fueling stock market growth in emerging economies

 

Phys.org: Overcoming ethnic divides key to fueling stock market growth in emerging economies

 

Emily Cox Pahnke (University of Washigton), Riita Katila (Stanford University), and Kathleen M. Eisenhardt (Stanford University), “Who Takes You to the Dance? How Partners’ Institutional Logics Influence Innovation in Young Firms” June 2017; 60(4): 596-633.

 

Organizational musings: Minimally Invasive Investment: How Ventures Interact with Investment Partners

 

USAPP: Startups working with venture capital firms perform the best

 

Laura Huang (University of Pennsylvania) and Jone L. Pearce (University of California, Irvine), “Managing the Unknowable: The effectiveness of Early-stage Investor Gut Feel in Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions” December 2015; 60(4): 634-670.

EconBiz: Managing the unknowable: the effectiveness of early-stage investor gut feel in entrepreneurial investment decisions

LSE Business Review: Gut feeling plays an important role in early-stage investors’ decisions

 

Sarah Thébaud (University of California, Santa Barbara), “Business as Plan B: Institutional Foundations of Gender Inequality in Entrepreneurship across 24 Industrialized Countries” December 2015; 60(4): 671-711.

BetterLifeLab: Why Scandinavian Women Build Bigger Businesses Than Americans

CCF Brief: What Helps Women Entrepreneurs Flourish?

The Conversation: Stronger work-family policies help women entrepreneurs build better businesses

Fortune: Why Women Pursue Entrepreneurship as a Last Resort

Futurity: ‘False Choice’ Makes Some Moms into Entrepreneurs

New America Weekly: Why Scandinavian Women Build Bigger Businesses Than Americans

Phys.org: Family leave policies have a significant impact on women’s entrepreneurial activities

Quartz: American women start their own businesses because they have no other choice

Science Daily: Family leave policies have a significant impact on women’s entrepreneurial activities
The Society Pages: What Helps Women Entrepreneurs Flourish?

Technology Org: Business as Plan B

The Conversation: Stronger work-family policies help women entrepreneurs build better businesses

 

The Society Pages: What Helps Women Entrepreneurs Flourish?

 

UC Santa Barbara Current: Business as Plan B

USAPP: In countries with little work-family support, many women opt for self-employment

Srividya Jandhyala (ESSEC Business School) and Anupama Phene George Washington University), “The Role of Intergovernmental Organizations in Cross-border Knowledge Transfer and Innovation” December 2015; 60(4): 712-743.

EconBiz: The role of intergovernmental organizations in cross-border knowledge transfer and innovation

Paolo Quattrone (University of Edinburgh), “Governing Social Orders, Unfolding Rationality, and Jesuit Accounting Practices: A Procedural Approach to Institutional Logics” September 2015; 60(3): 411-445.

Financial Times: Jesuits have much to teach modern business about morality

LSE Review of Books: Book Review: Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies edited by Gerda Roelvink, Kevin St. Martin and J.K. Gibson-Graham

 

USAPP: Book Review: Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies edited by Gerda Roelvink, Kevin St. Martin and J.K. Gibson-Graham

 

András Tilcsik (University of Toronto), Michel Anteby (Boston University), and Carly R. Knight (Harvard University), “Concealable Stigma and Occupational Segregation: Toward a Theory of Gay and Lesbian Occupations” September 2015; 60(3): 446-481.

National Affairs: Outward Signs

TaxProf Blog: Are Academics Disproportionately Gay?

 

The Conversation: How the “yes” vote will impact workers and HR

 

The Daily Caller: SCIENCE: America’s College Faculties Are Crawling With Gay People

 

Times Higher Education: Lecturers “disproportionately likely to be gay”, US study suggests

 

USAPP: There may be some truth to the “gay jobs” stereotype

 

USNews.com: Are Professors Disproportionately Gay?

 

June 2015 60(2)

 

Gerald F. Davis (University of Michigan), “What is Organizational Research for?” June 2015; 60(2): 179-188.

Conversable Economist: What Structure Are Academic Researchers Building?

Harvard Business Review: What is Management Research Actually Good For?

pastspeaks.com: Editorial Essay: What is Organizational Research For?

SAGE Connection: Reflections on Academic Research and Writing: The Ecstasy and the Agony (Part 1)

 

Roy Y. J. Chua (Singapore Management University), Yannig Roth (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), and Jean-François Lemoine (ESSCA Ecole de Management), “The Impact of Culture on Creativity: How Cultural Tightness and Cultural Distance Affect Global Innovation Crowdsourcing Work” June 2015; 60(2): 189-227.

Asian Scientist Magazine: Creativity’s Culture Challenge

InnovationExcellence.com: The Importance Of “Cultural Alignment” for Global Creativity

Aleksandra Kacperczyk (MIT), Christine M. Beckman (University of California, Irvine and University of Maryland, College Park), and Thomas P. Moliterno (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), “Disentangling Risk and Change: Internal and External Social Comparison in the Mutual Fund Industry” June 2015; 60(2): 228-262.

EconBiz: Disentangling risk and change: internal and external social comparison in the mutual fund industry

Organizational musings: Hanergy gambling? When people and firms take risks

Phys.org: When performance comparisons spur risky behavior

Ruthanne Huising (McGill University), “To Hive or to Hold? Producing Professional Authority through Scut Work” June 2015; 60(2): 263-299.

National Affairs: Rules of the Game: To Hive or to Hold? Producing Professional Authority through Scut Work

Video: To Hive or to Hold? Producing Professional Authority through Scut Work

Forrest Briscoe (The Pennsylvania State University), Abhinav Gupta (University of Washington), and Mark S. Anner (The Pennsylvania State University, “Social Activism and Practice Diffusion: How Activist Tactics Affect Non-targeted Organizations” June 2015; 60(2): 300-332.

EconBiz: Social activism and practice diffusion: How activist tactics affect non-targeted organizations

Impact of Social Sciences: For activist campaigns, disruption gains attention, but evidence-based education changes minds

NetworkAdvantage.org: Force or Example? How Firms start Good Practices

Organizational musings: Force or Example? How Firms start Good Practices

USAPP: For activists, disruption gains attention, but education changes minds

 

March 2015 60(1)

 

Jack A. Goncalo (Cornell University), Jennifer A. Chatman (University of California, Berkeley), Michelle M. Duguid (Washington University in St. Louis), and Jessica A. Kennedy (Vanderbilt University), ”Creativity from Constraint? How the Political Correctness Norm Influences Creativity in Mixed-sex Work Groups,” March 2015; 60(1): 1-30.

Business Insider Australia: A counterintuitive strategy for doing better work in groups

 

Business Insider: A counterintuitive strategy for doing better work in groups

 

The Cornell Review: Political Correctness Promotes Workplace Creativity According to Cornell Research

The Economist: A place for political correctness

International Association of Venue Managers Blog: Political Correctness Increases Creativity at Work

IdeasforLeaders.com: How Political Correctness Increases Creativity in Mixed-Sex Teams

LARIDEPED.org: Creativity from Constraint? How the Political Correctness Norm Influences Creativity in Mixed-sex Work Groups

Le Temps: Le “politiquement correct” dope la créativité

National Affairs: Seizing the equal opportunity

Phys.org: Political correctness in diverse workplaces fosters creativity

WD Ventito: The Shocking Truth about Sexism and Creativity

David H. Zhu (Arizona State University) and Guoli Chen (INSEAD, Singapore), “CEO Narcissism and the Impact of Prior Board Experience on Corporate Strategy,” March 2015; 60(1):31-65.

Forbes: Narcissistic CEOs Are More Destructive Than You Think

The Hindu: The dangers of narcissistic leadership

IdeasforLeaders.com: The Curse of the Narcissistic CEO

National Affairs: CEO Narcissism and the Impact of Prior Board Experience on Corporate Strategy

Michael S. Christian Noah Eisenkraftand Chatali Kapadia (all at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), ”Dynamic Associations among Somatic Complaints, Human Energy, and Discretionary Behaviors: Experiences with Pain Fluctuations at Work,” March 2015; 60(1): 66-102.

IdeasforLeaders.com: The Hidden Costs of Working While Sick

David H. Zhu (Arizona State University) and Guoli Chen (INSEAD, Singapore), “CEO Narcissism and the Impact of Prior Board Experience on Corporate Strategy,” March 2015; 60(1):31-65.

 

Forbes: Narcissistic CEOs Are More Destructive Than You Think

 

The Hindu: The dangers of narcissistic leadership

 

IdeasforLeaders.com: The Curse of the Narcissistic CEO

 

National Affairs: CEO Narcissism and the Impact of Prior Board Experience on Corporate Strategy

 

Michael S. Christian Noah Eisenkraftand Chatali Kapadia (all at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), ”Dynamic Associations among Somatic Complaints, Human Energy, and Discretionary Behaviors: Experiences with Pain Fluctuations at Work,” March 2015; 60(1): 66-102.

 

IdeasforLeaders.com: The Hidden Costs of Working While Sick

 

 

 

 

 

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