Research Papers

Diermeier, D. Gaining Public Acceptance for Emerging Technologies – The Case of Biotech. In A. Loeffler (Ed.) Commercializing Life Science Innovations: Rethinking the Business Model.  Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Forthcoming.

Heinze, J.E., Uhlmann, E.L., & Diermeier, D. (2012). Private politics and public image. Forthcoming.

Abito, J., Besanko, D., & Diermeier, D. (2011). Corporate reputational dynamics, private regulation, and activist pressure. Under review.

Diermeier, D. (2011).  Public acceptance and the regulation of emerging technologies – the role of private politics.  In D. Dana (Ed.). The Nanotechnology Challenge (63-83). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Diermeier, D. (2009). Private politics: Public activism as an alternative regulatory mechanism? Horizon 10(3): 17-21.  Volume 10. No.3. Policy Research Initiative. Published in English and French.

Diermeier, D., & Fong, P. (2008). Policy persistence in multi-party parliamentary democracies. In E. Helpman (Ed.), Institutions and economic performance (361-405). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Diermeier, D., & Van Mieghem, J. (2008). Voting with your pocket book: A stochastic model of consumer boycotts.  Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 48, 1497-1509.

Baron, D., & Diermeier, D. (2007). Strategic activism and non-market strategy. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 16(3),599-634. 

Diermeier, D. (2007). Private politics: A research agenda. The Political Economist, XIV, 1-2.

Diermeier, D. (2006). A strategic perspective on corporate social responsibility. In N. Pless & T. Maak (Eds.), Responsible leadership (155-169). Routledge.

Diermeier, D. (2004). From minimizing liability to maximizing opportunity: Crisis management with application to the natural resources industries. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Fiftieth Annual Institute, 2, 1-19.

Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (1998). Comparing constitutions: Cohesion and distribution in legislatures. European Economic Review, 42(3-5), 665-672.


Diermeier, D. (2011, December). The Need for Reputation Management Capabilities. European Business Review (p.46-50).

Diermeier, D. (2011). Reputation Rules: Strategies for Building Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Case Studies

Diermeier, D. (2011) Walmart: The Store Wars. Kellogg School of Management, Case 5-406-751.

Diermeier, D. (2006). Reintroduce Thalidomide? (A). Kellogg School of Management, Case 5-104-003(A).

Diermeier, D. (2006). Reintroduce Thalidomide? (B). Kellogg School of Management, Case 5-104-003(B).

Diermeier, D. (2004, August). Baxter and PVC (A) & (B). Unpublished.

Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (2003, June).  MITI (A) & (B) (Crisis Simulation). Unpublished.

Diermeier, D. (1995). Shell, Greenpeace and Brent Spar. Harvard Business School, Case P19. Reprinted in D. Baron, Management and its Environment (2nd-6th eds.). Prentice Hall, 2010.

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