Research Publication Highlights


 

Published in FT listed journals:

Giamporcaro, S., & Gond, J. P. (2016). Calculability as politics in the construction of markets: the case of socially responsible investment in France. Organization Studies, 37(4), 465-495.

Nilsson, W. (2015). Positive institutional work: Exploring institutional work through the lens of positive organizational scholarship. Academy of Management Review, 40(3), 370-398. * Academy of Management Review's Best Article Award for 2016

Welter, F., Baker, T., Audretsch, D. B., & Gartner, W. B. (2016). Everyday entrepreneurship—a call for entrepreneurship research to embrace entrepreneurial diversity. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(3), 311-321.

Luiz, J. M. (2015). The impact of ethno-linguistic fractionalization on cultural measures: Dynamics, endogeneity and modernization. Journal of International Business Studies, 46(9), 1080-1098.

Nilsson, W. (2015). Positive institutional work: Exploring institutional work through the lens of positive organizational scholarship. Academy of Management Review, 40(3), 370-398.

Luiz, J. M., & Stewart, C. (2014). Corruption, South African multinational enterprises and institutions in Africa. Journal of Business Ethics, 124(3), 383-398.

Powell, E. E., & Baker, T. (2014). It's what you make of it: founder identity and enacting strategic responses to adversity. Academy of Management Journal, 57(5), 1406-1433.

Déjean, F., Giamporcaro, S., Gond, J. P., Leca, B., & Penalva-Icher, E. (2013). Mistaking an emerging market for a social movement? A comment on Arjaliès' social-movement perspective on socially responsible investment in France. Journal of Business Ethics, 112(2), 205-212.

 

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