Daniel Diermeier
Daniel Diermeier

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS & DECISION SCIENCES; INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & MARKETS; SOCIAL ENTERPRISE
IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice
Director of the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship

Print Overview

Daniel Diermeier is the IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice in the Department of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences and the Director of the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship at the Kellogg School of Management. In addition, he holds faculty appointments at the Department of Political Science, The Department of Linguistics, the Department of Economics, and the School of Law, all at Northwestern University. He also was recently appointed as the Faculty Director of the Kellogg Public-Private Interface, one of the four major strategic initiatives of the school.

In April 2014, Professor Diermeier was named a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, which is "appointed on the basis of past achievement and future promise". He is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and was named among the World's 50 Best Business School Professors by Fortune magazine. He is the 2007 recipient of the Faculty Pioneer Award from the Aspen Institute, named the "Oscar of Business Schools" by the Financial Times. He has won 13 teaching awards including the 2001 Kellogg Lavengood Professor of the Year Award and the 2013 Kellogg Alumni Professor of the Year award.

His teaching and research focuses on political institutions, the interaction of business and politics, crisis leadership, reputation management, integrated strategy, and strategic aspects of corporate social responsibility. He has published two books, 40 case studies, and over 80 research articles (organized by subject) in academic journals, mostly in the fields of economics, political science, management, but also in other areas ranging from linguistics and psychology to computer science and applied mathematics. His most recent book, Reputation Rules: Strategies for Managing Your Company's Most Valuable Asset was published in 2011 and has been translated into Japanese and Mandarin. His research has been featured globally in media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Business Week, The Financial Times, Fortune, and The New York Times.

Professor Diermeier has advised many of the world's leading companies. His clients include Abbott Laboratories, Accenture, Allianz, Baxter International, BP, Edelman, Eisal, Ernst & Young, Exelon, the FBI, General Mills, W.W. Grainger, Hyatt, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, McDonald's, Medtronic, Metro AG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Shell, State Farm, Takeda, UnitedHealth Group and many others.

He is the academic director of the CEO Perspectives Program (a joint venture among the Kellogg School of Management, University of Chicago, and the Corporate Leadership Center), Kellogg's most senior executive education program, and serves as Chairman of the Northwestern Global Health Foundation, winner of the 2012 Chicago "Up-and Comer" Innovation Award. He is a research fellow at the Canadian Institute of Advanced Research (CIFAR) and a member of the Economic Club of Chicago. In December 2004, he was appointed to the Management Board of the FBI. 

 



Areas of Expertise
Corporate Governance
Corporate Social Responsibility
Crisis Management
Ethics
Game Theory
Leadership
Political Economy/Design
Reputation Management
Risk Management
Strategic Management and Implementation
Strategy in Non-Market Environments
Voting Systems
Print Vita
Education
Ph.D., 1995, Political Science, University of Rochester
MA, 1993, Political Science, University of Rochester
MA, 1990, Political Science, University of Munich
MA, 1989, Philosophy, University of Southern California
Ph.D. candidate, Philosophy, Duisburg University

Academic Positions
Faculty Director, Kellogg Public-Private Initiative, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2013-present
Professor of Law, Northwestern School of Law, 2013-present
Director, Ford Motor Center for Global Citizenship, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2006-present
IBM Distinguished Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practices and Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2000-present
Professor, Political Science, Northwestern University, 1999-present
Co-Director and Co-Founder, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO), Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2004-2007
Founding Director, Social Enterprise at Kellogg program (SEEK), Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2005-2006
Founding Director, Kellogg School of Management, Center for Business, Government and Society (center merged with Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship in September 2006), 2003-2006
Acting Director, Kellogg School of Management, Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship, 2001-2002
Associate Professor, Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 1997-1999
Assistant Professor of Political Economy, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1994-1997
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science (by courtesy), Stanford University, 1994-1997

Other Professional Experience
2014 John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2014-present
Member, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, 2013-present
Senior Fellow, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, 2013-present
Member, Institute for Public Health and Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, 2012-present
Chairman and Co-Founder, Northwestern Global Health Foundation, 2010-present
Affiliated Faculty, Northwestern University, Department of Linguistics, 2008-present
Faculty Associate, Kellogg School of Management, International Business and Markets Program, 2006-present
Faculty Associate, Northwestern University, Center for Technology and Social Behavior, 2005-present
Faculty Associate, Kellogg School of Management, Center for Biotechnology Managements, 2005-present
Faculty Associate, Northwestern University, Institute for Policy Research, 2004-present
Former Co-Founder and Co-Director (currently member of Executive Committee), Northwestern University, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO), 2004-present
Research Fellow, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Institutions, Organizations, and Growth (IOG) Program, 2004-present
Faculty Associate, Northwestern University, The Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies, 2003-present
Visiting Scholar, The University of Chicago, Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, 2003-2003
Visiting Scholar, London School of Economics, Department of Economics, 1997-1997
Visiting Researcher, Utrecht University, Department of Sociology, ISCORE, 1994-1995

Grants and Awards
Up-and-Comer Awards, Chicago Innovation Awards, 2012, one year
Member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
2012 Fortune's The World's Best Business Professors
Business Summer 2012 Reading List for Reputation Rules, BusinessWeek
North America's Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, Trust Across America, January 2012
Kellogg Impact Award, December 2011
Professor of the Year, Kellogg – Schulich Executive MBA Program, Schulich School of Business, Toronto, December 2011
Chookaszian Prize in Risk Management, Kellogg School of Management, March 2011
2011 Chookaszian Prize in Risk Management for Reputation Rules
Best Business Book of 2011 Nominee for Reputation Rules, 800 CEO Read
Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, Kellogg School of Management, 2009-2010, 2005-2006, 2002-2003, 1998-1999
Professor of the Year, Schulich School of Business, Toronto, June 2010
Kellogg Impact Award, December 2009
Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award, November 2007
Best Empirical Paper Award at the International Association of Conflict Management, Montreal, Canada, 2006
Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, June 2003
L. G. Lavengood Outstanding Professor of the Year Award, Kellogg School of Management, 2001
Robert H. Duerr Award for Best Paper Applying Quantitative Methods to Substantive Problem (with J. Bendor & M. Ting) for “A Behavioral Model of Turnout” , April 2001
Best Teacher Award - WHU , Kellogg Executive MBA Program, October 2000
Unsung Hero Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Students, Graduate Management Association, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, June 1998
Annual Department Graduate Teaching Award, University of Rochester, August 1993
Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, University of Southern California, May 1989
Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, Kellogg, June 2012, one term

Editorial Positions
Editorial Board, Games and Economic Behavior, 2003-Present
Associate Editor, American Economic Review, 2006-2008

Consulting

Advisor in the areas of crisis management, business and politics, reputation management, political and regulatory risk and integrated strategy. Clients include Abbott, Accenture, ADT, AHIP, Allianz, American Orthopaedic Association, APCO, Baker & McKenzie, Baxter International, BP, Canadian Energy and Pipeline Association, Cargill, CIBC, the City of Chicago (Office of the Mayor), CMS Energy, ConAgra, The Dallas Morning News, Ernst & Young, Edelman, Enbridge, Exelon, ExxonMobil, the FBI, FMC Technologies, General Mills, Government of Canada, W. W. Grainger, GTECH, Guidant, Health Care Service Corporation, Hearst Foundation, HSBC, Hyatt, IFCO Systems, Intercontinental Exchange, International Pipeline Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, McDermott, McDonald’s, Medtronic, Metro AG, Metro Cash & Carry International, Mission Measurement, National Investor Relations Institute, Nicor, Owens-Illinois, People’s Energy, Perkins Coie, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Power Construction, Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS), Reputation Institute, REWE, Roche Diagnostics, Seminarium, Shell, Society of Actuaries, State Farm, Takeda, UnitedHealth Group, United States Olympic Committee, and Women’s Food Service Forum.

 
Print Research
Research Interests
Game-theoretic models of politics
Comparative political institutions
Legislative politics
Language and politics
Behavioral models of politics
Experimental game theory
Collective choice in online environments
Structural estimation in politics
Crisis management
Reputation management
Non-market strategy
Activists and NGOs
Regulatory management
Philosophy of social sciences


Articles
Diermeier, Daniel. 2014. Positive Political Theory. Encyclopedia of Political Thought. Wiley-Blackwell.
Diermeier, Daniel, Justin Heinze and Eric Uhlmann. 2014. Unlikely allies: Credibility transfer during a corporate crisis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. DOI: 10.111 / jasp 12227
Diermeier, Daniel, Eric Uhlmann and L. Zhu. 2014. When Actions Speak Volumes: The role of inferences about moral character in outrage over racial bigotry. European Journal of Social Psychology . 44(1): 23-29.
Diermeier, Daniel, Marta Sales-Pardo and Luis A.N. Amaral. 2013. The Impact of Individual Biases on Consensus Formation. PLOS ONE.
Diermeier, Daniel and Pohan Fong. 2013. Non-Cooperative Characterizations of the Von Neumann-Morgenstern Stable Sets in Dynamic Policy-Making with a Persistent Agenda Setter. Games and Economic Behavior.
Diermeier, Daniel, Eyal Sagi and Stefan Kaufmann. 2013. Identifying Issue Frames in Text. PLoS ONE. 8(7)
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. The Need for Reputation Management Capabilities. European Business Review.: 46-50.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2012. When Do Company Boycotts Work?. Harvard Business Review Blog Network.
Diermeier, Daniel, David Tannenbaum and Eric Uhlmann. 2012. Moral Signals, Public Outrage, and Immaterial Harms. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 1249-1254.
Uhlmann, Eric, Justin Heinze, Daniel Diermeier, Thomas A. Rietz and Ming Hsu. 2012. InCaToMi: Integrative Causal Topic Miner Between Textual and Non-textual Time Series Data. Proceedings of 21st Association for Computing Machinery International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (ACM-CIKM 2012).
Diermeier, DanielVictoria Medvec, Adam Galinsky and Roderick I. Swaab. 2012. The Communication Orientation Model: Explaining the Diverse Effects of Sight, Sound, and Synchronicity on Negotiation and Group Decision Making Outcomes. Personality and Social Psychology Review. 16(1): 25-53.
Diermeier, DanielDavid Baron and Pohan Fong. 2012. A Dynamic Theory of Parliamentary Democracy. Economic Theory. 49(1): 703-738.
Diermeier, Daniel, Jean-Francois Godbout, Stefan Kaufmann and Bei Yu. 2012. Language and Ideology in Congress. British Journal of Political Science. 42(1): 31-55.
Diermeier, Daniel, Adam Galinsky and Jennifer Jordan. 2012. The Strategic Samaritan: How Effectiveness and Proximity Affect Corporate Responses to External Crises. Business Ethics Quarterly. 22(4): 621-648.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. Case Study: Ergo. Financial Times.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. Building a Reputation Management Capability. White Paper for Edelman Crisis & Issues Management.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. Reputation Rules: Don't Neglect Your Company's Most Precious Asset. Change This. 83.03
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. Case Study: Walmart. Financial Times.
Diermeier, Daniel. February 2011. The Role of Counsel in the Age of Crisis. Northwestern University Law School. Panelist.
Diermeier, Daniel, David Huffaker and Pohan Fong. 2011. The Language of Coalition Formation in Online Multiparty Negotiations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 30(1): 66-81.
Diermeier, Daniel and Razvan Vlaicu. 2011. Executive Control and Legislative Success. The Review of Economic Studies. 78(3): 846-871.
Diermeier, Daniel and Razvan Vlaicu. 2011. Parties, Coalitions, and the Internal Organization of Legislatures. American Political Science Review. 105: 359-380.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. CEOs Must Lead the Way in Reputation Management. PRWeek.: 25.
Diermeier, Daniel and Po Han Fong. 2011. Bargaining Over the Budget. Social Choice and Welfare. 36(3-4): 565-589.
Diermeier, DanielKara PalamountainAnnette Krauss, Kearsley A. Stewart and David Kelso. 2010. University leadership for innovation in global health and HIV/AIDS diagnostics. Global Public Health. 5(2): 189-196.
Diermeier, Daniel, Beata Beigman-Klebanov and Eyal Beigman. 2010. Vocabulary Choice as an Indicator of Perspective.
Beigman-Klebanov, Beata, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier. 2009. Discourse Topics and Metaphors. Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity at the Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.: 1-8.
Swaab, Roderick I., Mary C. Kern, Daniel Diermeier and Victoria Medvec. 2009. Who Says What to Whom? The Impact of Communication Setting and Channel on Exclusion from Multiparty Negotiation Agreements. Social Cognition. 27(3): 385-401.
Majumder, Saikat Ray, Daniel Diermeier, Thomas A. Rietz and Luis A.N. Amaral. 2009. Price Dynamics in Political Prediction Markets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106(3): 679-684.
Seaver, Samuel M.D., Daniel Diermeier, R. Dean Malmgren, Andre A. Moreira, Marta Sales-Pardo and Luis A.N. Amaral. 2009. Micro-Bias and Macro-Performance. The European Physical Journal B. 67: 367-375.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2009. Private Politics: Public Activism as an Alternative Regulatory Mechanism?. Horizon. Policy Research Initiative. Published in English and French. 10(3): 17-21.
Diermeier, Daniel and Jan A. Van Mieghem. 2008. Voting with Your Pocket Book: A Stochastic Model of Consumer Boycotts. Mathematical and Computer Modeling. 48: 1497-1509.
Diermeier, Daniel and Jan A. Van Mieghem. 2008. Coordination and Turnout in Large Elections. Mathematical and Computer Modeling. 48: 1478-1496.
Swaab, Roderick I., Daniel Diermeier, Katherine W. Phillips and Victoria Medvec. 2008. The Pros and Cons of Dyadic Conversations in Small Groups: The Impact of Group Norms and Task Type. Small Group Research. 39(3): 372-390.
Beigman-Klebanov, Beata, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier. 2008. Analyzing Disagreements. Proceedings of the Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgments in Computational Linguistics.
Yu, Bei, Stefan Kaufmann and Daniel Diermeier. 2008. Classifying Party Affiliation from Political Speech. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. 5(1): 33-48.
Diermeier, Daniel, Roderick I. Swaab, Victoria Medvec and Mary C. Kern. 2008. The Micro-Dynamics of Coalition Formation. Political Research Quarterly. 61(3): 484-501.
Yu, Bei, Daniel Diermeier and Stefan Kaufmann. 2008. Ideology Classifiers for Political Speech. Journal of Information Technology and Politics. 5: 33-48.
Yu, Bei, Daniel Diermeier and Stefan Kaufmann. 2008. Exploring the Characteristics of Opinion Expressions for Political Opinion Classification. Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. Montreal, Canada. Digital Government Society of North America. 9: 82-91.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2007. Arguing for Computational Power - Review of 'Generative Social Science: Studies in Agent-Based Computational Modeling' by Joshua M. Epstein. Science. 318: 918-919.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2007. Private politics: A research agenda. The Political Economist. XIV: 1-2.
Diermeier, Daniel, Huyla Eraslan and Antonio Merlo. 2007. Bicameralism and Government Formation. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 2: 1-26.
Beigman-Klebanov, Beata, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier. 2008. Automatic Annotation of Semantic Fields for Political Science Research. Journal of Information Technology and Politics. 5: 95-120.
Diermeier, Daniel and Costel Andonie. 2007. Spontaneous coordination. Proceedings of the April 2007 Workshop on Complex Interaction and Social Emergence. Argonne National Laboratory.: 329-341.
Baron, David and Daniel Diermeier. 2007. Strategic Activism and Non-market Strategy. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. 16(3): 599-634.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2007. Adaptive Models in Sociology: The Problem of Empirical Content. American Journal of Sociology. 112: 1534-1545.
Diermeier, Daniel, Wallace J. Hopp and Seyed Iravani. 2006. Innovating Under Pressure: Towards A Science of Crisis Management. National Bureau of Economic Research's Innovation Policy and the Economy Series. 7.
Diermeier, Daniel, Samuel M.D. Seaver, R. Dean Malmgren, Andre A. Moreira, Marta Sales-Pardo and Luis A.N. Amaral. 2006. Social cognition in complex team networks. Proceedings of the 2005 Workshop on Social Agents. Argonne National Laboratory.
Gailmard, Sean and Daniel Diermeier. 2006. Self-Interest, Inequality, and Entitlement in Majoritarian Decision-Making. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 1(4): 327-350.
Diermeier, Daniel, Luis A.N. Amaral, Abhishek Mathur and Andre A. Moreira. 2005. Efficient System-Wide Coordination in Modular Networks. In D. Sachar and C. Macal (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2004 Workshop on Social Agents: Ecology, Exchange, and Evolution. Argonne National Laboratory.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2005. Creativity and complexity.
Diermeier, Daniel, Michael Keane and Antonio Merlo. 2005. A Political Economy Model of Congressional Careers. American Economic Review. 95(1): 347-373.
Diermeier, Daniel and Antonio Merlo. 2004. An Empirical Investigation of Coalitional Bargaining Procedures. Journal of Public Economics. 88(3-4): 783-797.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2004. From Minimizing Liability to Maximizing Opportunity: Crisis Management with Applications to the Natural Resource Industries. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Fiftieth Annual Institute. 2: 1-19.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2004. CBS and Memogate. Wall Street Journal.: B2.
Moreira, Andre A., Abhishek Mathur, Daniel Diermeier and Luis A.N. Amaral. 2004. Efficient System-Wide Coordination in Noisy Environments Using Heuristic Methods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101(33): 12085-12090.
Diermeier, Daniel, Hulya Eraslan and Antonio Merlo. 2003. A Structural Model of Government Formation. Econometrica. 71(1): 27-70.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2003. Some Methodological Issues in Models of Reinforcement Learning. Proceedings of the 2002 Workshop on Social Agents: Ecology, Exchange and Evolution. Argonne National Laboratory.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2003. A Behavioral Model of Turnout. American Political Science Review. 97(2).
Diermeier, Daniel and Keith Krehbiel. 2003. Institutionalism as a Methodology. Journal of Theoretical Politics. 15(2): 123-144.
Diermeier, Daniel, Hulya Eraslan and Antonio Merlo. 2002. Coalition Government and Comparative Constitutional Design. European Economic Review. 46: 893-907.
Baron, David and Daniel Diermeier. 2001 (reprinted 2009). Elections, Governments, and Parliaments in Proportional Representation Systems. Quarterly Journal of Economics, (reprinted in 2009 in Rational Choice Politics, 283-312). 116(3): 933-967.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2001. Aspiration-Based Adaptation in Games. Proceedings of the 2000 Workshop on Simulation of Social Agents: Architecture and Institutions. Argonne National Laboratory.: 144-162.
Diermeier, Daniel and Timothy Feddersen. 2000. Information and Congressional Hearings. American Journal of Political Science. 44(1): 51-65.
Diermeier, Daniel and Antonio Merlo. 2000. Government Turnover in Parliamentary Democracies. Journal of Economic Theory. 94(1): 46-79.
Diermeier, Daniel and Randy Stevenson. 2000. Cabinet Terminations and Critical Events. American Political Science Review. 94(3): 627-640.
Diermeier, Daniel and Randy Stevenson. 1999. Cabinet Survival and Competing Risks. American Journal of Political Science. 43(5): 1051-1098.
Diermeier, Daniel and Roger B. Myerson. 1999. Bicameralism and Its Consequences for the Internal Organization of Legislatures.
Diermeier, Daniel and Peter van Roozendaal. 1998. The Duration of Cabinet Formation Processes in Western Multi-Party Democracies. British Journal of Political Science. 28: 609-626.
Diermeier, Daniel and Timothy Feddersen. 1998. Comparing Constitutions: Cohesion and Distribution in Legislatures. European Economic Review. 42(3-5): 665-672.
Diermeier, Daniel and Timothy Feddersen. 1998. Cohesion in Legislatures and the Vote of Confidence Procedure. American Political Science Review. 92(3): 611-621.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1996. Spieltheoretische Modelle in der Theorie der Politik (Game theoretic models in the theory of politics) [in German].
Diermeier, Daniel. 1995. Commitment, Deference, and Legislative Institutions. American Political Science Review. 89(2): 344-355.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1995. Rational Choice and the Role of Theory in Political Science.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1997. Review of J.H. Aldrich, 'Why parties?' (in German). Politische Viertelijahresschrift. 4: 886-888.
Beigman-Klebanov, Beata, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier. 2008. Lexical Cohesion Analysis of Political Speech. Political Analysis. 16(4): 447-463.
Working Papers
Diermeier, Daniel, Stefan Kaufmann and Eyal Sagi. 2013. Changing Meaning: A Quantitative Approach to Framing in Political Speech. Under review.
Diermeier, DanielGeorgy Egorov and Konstantin Sonin. 2013. Endogenous Property Rights.
Diermeier, Daniel, Carlo Prato and Razvan Vlaicu. 2012. Procedural Choice in Majoritarian Organizations. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Eric Uhlmann, George Newman, Victoria Brescoll, L. Zhu and Adam Galinsky. Poisoning the Well: The Contagious Effects of Corporate Crises on Product Evaluations and Consumption. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Stefan Kaufmann and Eyal Sagi. 2012. A Quantitative Approach to Framing in Political Speech. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Joanne M. Jordan and Adam Galinsky. 2012. The Corporate Samaritan: The Role of Magnitude of Effectiveness and Interpersonal Proximity in Judging Corporate Responses to External Crises.
Diermeier, Daniel, Eric Uhlmann, George Newman and Victoria Brescoll. 2012. Quick to Judge? Automatic Moral Cognition in Reputational Crises. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Justin Heinze and Eric Uhlmann. 2012. Unlikely Allies: Credibility Transfer During a Corporate Crisis. Under review.
Uhlmann, Eric, Justin Heinze and Daniel Diermeier. 2012. Private Politics and Public Image.
Diermeier, Daniel, Jose Abito and David Besanko. 2011. Corporate Reputational Dynamics, Private Regulation, and Activist Pressure. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel and Mathieu Trepanier. 2009. Strategy in the Presence of Activists: The Case of Vertical Integration and Foreclosure.
Diermeier, Daniel and Sean Gailmard. 2009. Entitlements in Bilateral Bargaining.
Beigman-Klebanov, Beata, Eyal Beigman and Daniel Diermeier. 2009. From Semantic Fields to Metaphoric Potential.
Diermeier, Daniel and Mathieu Trepanier. 2009. Non-market Risk, Industry Structure, and Competitive Advantage.
Palamountain, Kara, Kearsley A. Stewart, Daniel DiermeierAnnette Krauss and David Kelso. 2009. Triangulation: A new model for innovation in Global Health and HIV/AIDS Diagnostics.
Diermeier, Daniel, Wallace J. Hopp and Seyed Iravani. 2009. Crisis Management Operations for Workload Crises.
Diermeier, DanielVictoria Medvec and Roderick I. Swaab. 2009. Out of Synch, Sound, and Sight: A Meta-Analysis of Communication Cues in Negotiations.
Baron, DavidDaniel Diermeier and Pohan Fong. 2009. Policy Dynamics and Inefficiency in Parliamentary Democracies with Proportional Representation.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael Ting. 2009. Social Comparisons in Games.
Uhlmann, Eric, George Newman, Victoria Brescoll, Adam Galinsky and Daniel Diermeier. 2009. The Sounds of Silence: Corporate Crisis Communication and Its Effects on Consumer Attitudes and Behavior.
Andonie, Costel and Daniel Diermeier. 2009. Coordination in Multi-Candidate Elections.
Yu, Bei, Daniel Diermeier and Stefan Kaufmann. 2009. The Wal-Mart Corpus: A Multi-granularity Corporate Opinion Corpus for Opinion Retrieval, Classification and Aggregation.
Diermeier, Daniel and Po Han Fong. 2009. Legislative Bargaining with Reconsideration.
Diermeier, Daniel and Roderick I. Swaab. 2009. Early Words that Work: How Snapshots of Language Predict Agreement Among Conversation Partners.
Diermeier, Daniel and Pohan Fong. 2008. Existence and Computation of Pure-strategy Equilibria in Models of Legislative Bargaining with Reconsideration. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1466. Northwestern University.
Diermeier, Daniel and Pohan Fong. 2008. Endogenous Limits on Proposal Power. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1465. Northwestern University.
Andonie, Costel and Daniel Diermeier. 2009. A Subjectivist Approach to Behavioral Models.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2004. The Empirical Content of Adaptive Models.
Diermeier, Daniel and Sean Gailmard. 2004. Fairness and Entitlement in Majoritarian Decision-Making.
Diermeier, Daniel and Timothy Feddersen. 1995. Cohesion in Legislatures: Procedural and Policy Coalitions. Mimeo. Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1995. Essays on Legislative Institutions. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Rochester.
Diermeier, Daniel and Roger B. Myerson. 1994. Bargaining, Veto Power, and Legislative Committees. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1089. Northwestern University.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1990. Die Rolle rationalen Entscheidens in modernen Gerechtigkeitstheorien (Decision Theory and Contemporary Theories of Justice). Master's Thesis, University of Munich, Germany.
Diermeier, Daniel and Chung-Lun Li. 2013. A Behavioral Model of Electoral Control. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Carlo Prato and Razvan Vlaicu. Self-Organization in Legislatures. Working paper.
Diermeier, Daniel and Costel Andonie. 2013. A behavioral model of multi-candidate elections. Under review.
Diermeier, Daniel, Jonathan Bendor and Michael Ting. 2012. Aspirations, Reference Groups, and Collective Action. .
Kim, H, Daniel Diermeier and Ming Hsu. 2012. Mining Casual Topics in Text Data: Iterative Topic Modeling with Time Series Feedback. Under review.
Book Chapters
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. "Public Acceptance and the Regulation of Emerging Technologies - The Role of Private Politics." In The Nanotechnology Challenge, edited by D. Dana, 63-83. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel and Pohan Fong. 2008. "Policy Persistence in Multi-Party Parliamentary Democracies." In Institutions and Economic Performance, edited by E. Helpman, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel, Hulya Eraslan and Antonio Merlo. 2006. "The Effects of Constitutions on Coalition Governments in Parliamentary Democracies." In Democratic Constitutional Design and Public Policy: Analysis and Evidence, edited by R. Congleton & B. Swedenborg, Cambridge: MIT Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2006. "Coalition Government." In Oxford Handbook of Political Economy, edited by B. Weingast & D. Wittman, 162-179. Oxford University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel, Joel Ericson, Timothy Frye and Steve Lewis. 1997. "Credibility and Commitment: The Case of Property Rights." In The Political Economy of Property Rights, edited by D. Weimer, Cambridge University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2006. "A Strategic Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility." In Responsible Leadership, edited by N. Pless & T. Maak, 155-169. Routledge.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2012. "Gaining Public Acceptance for Emerging Technologies - The Case of Biotech.".
Diermeier, Daniel. "Gaining Public Acceptance for Emerging Technologies - The Case of Biotech (Forthcoming)." In Commercializing Life Science Innovations: Rethinking the Business Model., edited by In A. Loeffler., Evanston, Il: Northwestern University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Formal Models of Legislatures (Forthcoming)." In The Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies, edited by Shane Martin, Thomas Saalfeld, and Kaare Strom, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. "Coalition Experiments." In Handbook of Experimental Political Science, edited by J.N. Druckman, D.P. Green, J.H. Kuklinski, A. Lupia, 399-412. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. "The Cost of Reputation: The Impact of Events on a Company's Financial Performance." In Reputation Management, Building and Protecting Your Company's Profile in a Digital World, edited by In Hiles, A., 153-162. London: Bloomsbury Publishing.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2008. "Managing Public Reputation." In Kellogg on Advertising and Media, edited by Bobby Calder, 178-195. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2007. "From Corporate Social Responsibility to Values-based Management." In Global Corporate Citizenship, edited by A. Dayal-Gulati and Mark Finn, 1-24. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel and Rebecca Morton. 2005. "Proportionality versus Perfectness: Experiments in Majoritarian Bargaining." In Social Choice and Strategic Decisions: Essays in the Honor of Jeffrey S. Banks, edited by David Austen-Smith and John Duggan, 201-227. Berlin: Springer.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier and Michael M. Ting. 2003. "Recovering Behavioralism: Adaptively Rational Strategic Behavior with Endogenous Aspirations." In Computational Models in Political Economy, edited by Ken Kollman, John H. Miller, Scott E. Page, 213-274. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 2002. "Some Conceptual Issues in Institutionalist Theories of Politics." In Jahr fuer Handlungs und Entscheidungs Theorie (Yearbook of Theory of Decision and Action), edited by Hans-Peter Burth and Thomas Pluemper, Leske+Budrich.
Diermeier, Daniel, Joel Ericson, Timothy Frye and Steve Lewis. 1997. "Credible Commitment and Property Rights: The Role of Strategic Interaction Between Political and Economic Actors." In The Political Economy of Property Rights, edited by D. Weimer, 20-42. Cambridge University Press.
Diermeier, Daniel. 1996. "Spieltheoretische Modelle in der Theorie der Pollitik (Game theoretic models in the theory of politics) [in German]." In Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie in der Politikwissenschaft: Eine Einfuehrung in Konzepte und Forschungsstand , edited by In U. Druwe & V. Kunz , 207-226. Leske+Budrich.
Other
Diermeier, Daniel. "Strategies for Managing Your Company's Most Valuable Asset." Ivey's Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership.
Diermeier, Daniel. "OMG! What Now? Crisis Communications Lessons." National Investor Relations Institute.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Corporate Social Culpability: The buck stops where?." Intangible Asset Finance Society.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Edelman's Trust Barometer 2013." Panelist.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Japan's Crisis Management after the 2011 Tsunami and Nuclear Crises." North Park University.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Importance of Public Relations and the MBA." Graduate Management Admissions Council Annual Meeting 2013. Panelist. January 2013.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Crisis & Risk Forum." Panelist (in collaboration with Edelman).
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Rules." Public Gaming Research Institute Lottery Expo 2012. Keynote. Miami, Florida.
Diermeier, Daniel, Beata Beigman-Klebanov and Eyal Beigman. "Risk, Crisis, and Reputation Management - Meeting the Challenges." International Pipeline Conference Foundation. Keynote. Calgary, Ontario.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Crisis Management and Reputation Management." Seminarium's CEO Management Conference 2012. Presenter. Santiago, Chile.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Procedural Choice in Majoritarian Organizations." CIFAR Institutions, Organizations and Growth.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Social Media - Threats and Opportunities." 21st Annual Corporate Governance Conference. Invited panelist, May 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Continuing Challenge of Renewing Trust and Protecting Reputation." Third National Summit on Strategic Communications. Featured speaker, April 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management." CFO360. Invited keynote, March 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Risk, Crisis and Reputation Management: The Role of PR in Brand Resilience and Integrating PR." Hyatt Global PR Meeting. Presenter, February 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Edelman's Trust Barometer 2012." Panelist, February 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Establishing Relevancy with Sr. Management and the Board of Directors. Keynote." Quantum Secure's Next Generation CSOs: the SECURE View from the Top, February 2012.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Institute Webinar Series." Four 75-minute interactive webcast sessions on reputation management.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Managing Reputational Risk." MAPI Manufacturers Alliance Webinar, December 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "An Enterprise-wide Perspective on Quality. The Role of Reputation." Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society Webcast Series, November 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management - Beyond the Obvious." CFO Select Meeting. Presenter, November 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Managing Reputation Risk." RR Donnelley SEC Hot Topics Institute. Panelist, November 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management." Society of Actuaries, Leadership and Orientation Meeting. Presenter.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Strategies for Growing Your Most Valuable Asset." Ernst & Young Consumer Strategy Roundtable Meeting, October 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Beyond Safety: Strategy to Explore Risk and Reputation." Canadian Energy Pipeline Association Fall 2011 Board Meeting. Keynote, October 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation and the Brand: The Enterprise Point of View." Reputation Institute, Advanced Program in Reputation Management. Online webinar, March 2012, October 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Podcast interview." 33 Voices, September 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Developing and Enterprise-Wide Perspective on Quality." Medtronic Vascular, Inc.'s Quality Strategy Meeting, July 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Anatomy of Corporate Campaigns." Greenpeace Corporate Campaigning Summit. Panelist.
Diermeier, Daniel. "What to Do in a Crisis: Assisting the Board in Prevention and Response." Chicago United Director's Roundtable. Panelist, May 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Strategic Role of Private Sector Intelligence - An Enterprise-Wide Perspective." Private Sector Intelligence Council, May 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Changing Regulatory Landscape: Towards a strategic view of regulatory affairs in the 21st century." RAPS Horizons Conference. Keynote, April 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Turning Corporate Crises into Opportunities." The Conference Board: Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference, March 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Enterprise Value and Brand Protection." ADT Food Defense Strategy Exchange, March 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Edelman Trust Barometer." Panelist, February 2011.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management - Beyond the Obvious." CFO Select, December 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Crisis Management: What Every Senior Leader Needs to Know." MAPI Manufacturers Alliance: General Managers Council Meeting, October 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Crisis Management and Consumer Perspective." ADT Food Manufacturer's Security Symposium, April 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Impact of Public Perception, Product Stewardship and Your Company's Brand." Abbott: Product Stewardship / Regulatories Affairs Council Meeting, March 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Supply Chains, Brands, and Reputation." Baxter Healthcare International: Purchasing and Supply Chain, Quality, Manufacturing and Communication Management Meeting, March 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Winning Back Public Trust." America Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Executive Leadership Summit. Keynote. Phoenix, AZ, February 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Open Source Intelligence and Integrated Strategy: Business in the 21st Century." Future Trends Conference. Keynote. Miami, FL, November 2009.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Marsh 2009 Global Real Estate Conference." Keynote. Chicago, October 2009.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Emerging Risks in the Global Pharmaceutical Industry." Great Lakes cGMP & Regulatory Science Forum. Keynote. Chicago, October 2009.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Aon Consulting Client Symposium." Keynote. Chicago, September 2009.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Sustainability." Accenture Master Class. Keynote speaker. Boston, October 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Financial Crisis Management." Global Real Estate Conference 2008. Chicago, October 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Who Governs? From Safety to Sustainability in the New Global Economy." WOW Lecture Series. Loyola Academy.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Enterprise Risk Management." Midwest Audit Board Committee Network Meeting. Keynote. Chicago, October 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Crisis Management." American Orthopaedic Association Emerging Leaders Forum. Keynote speaker. Quebec City, June 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Sustainability." Accenture Master Class. Keynote speaker. Boston, April 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Strategic Brand Management." Diagnostic Marketing Association (DxMA) 2008 Annual Conference. Chicago. Keynote speaker, April 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Corporate Social Responsibility." Accenture CEO Leadership Retreat. Invited speaker, January 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Quality in Healthcare: Anticipation and Management." Abbott Global Conference for Auditing Professionals. Invited speaker, January 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Sustainability." Accenture Master Class. Keynote speaker. Boston, January 2008.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Corporate Social Responsibility." Accenture CEO Leadership Retreat. Invited speaker, December 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Special Situation Management." Kraft North America FSC Global Security Council Conference, December 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Special Situation Management." Kraft Europe FSC Global Security Council Conference, November 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation management." Exxon Opinion Leader Dialogue. Invited panelist, November 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) Roundtable for Strategic Communication and Reputation Management." Program speaker and lecturer.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Protecting Information Assets and Intellectual Property." The Security Standard Conference. Invited panelist.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Quality in Healthcare: Anticipation and Management." Abbott Global Quality Leadership Conference. Invited speaker, June 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Best Practices in Using Community Involvement to Deliver Business Results." Kraft Foods: Corporate Community Involvement. Invited speaker and panelist, May 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Building and Defending the Brand." Diagnostic Marketing Association (DxMA) 29th Annual Conference. Invited speaker, April 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management." Note Bene: Faculty Seminar Series for Graduating Students. Kellogg School of Management, April 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Quality in Healthcare: Anticipation and Management." Parenteral Drug Association Web Seminar. Keynote speaker, February 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Corporate Social Responsibility: Myth or Reality?." Donors Forum of Chicago Corporate Committee Meeting. Keynote speaker, January 2007.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Private Politics." IPR Colloquium. Invited speaker. Northwestern University.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Assessing Risk and Anticipating and Responding to Problems in Today's Corporation." National Investor Relations Institute Senior Roundtable, November 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management." Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting. Keynote speaker, November 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Strategic Crisis Management." Entrepreneur's Organization of Chicago. Invited lecturer, September 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Quality in Healthcare: Anticipation and Management." Parenteral Drug Association/Federal Drug Association (PDA/FDA) Joint Regulatory Committee. Invited speaker, September 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Strategic Crisis Management." Women's Foodservice Forum Executive Summit. Keynote speaker, September 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Elevating Visibility and Value of Diagnostic Testing Within Healthcare." Biomedical Marketing Association. 28th Annual Conference. Keynote speaker, March 2006.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Baker & McKenzie General Counsel Symposium." Keynote speaker, December 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Reputation Management." Northwestern University Taste of Kellogg, December 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "The Health of America: Addressing Obesity." Innovating Social Change Conference. Northwestern University, October 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "RAPS Insight/Foresight Audio Conference." Keynote speaker, August 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Corporate Social Responsibility." Loyola Academy. Invited speaker, October 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Chicago Rotary Club." Invited speaker, June 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Women in the Forefront. Invited speaker.".
Diermeier, Daniel. "Center for Public Safety." Invited speaker, April 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "International Security Management Association Annual Winter Meeting." Keynote speaker. Puerto Rico, January 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Critical Care Conference." Invited speaker. Washington, D.C., January 2005.
Diermeier, Daniel. "From Minimizing Liability to Maximizing Opportunity - Crisis Management." Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Fiftieth Annual Institute.
Diermeier, Daniel. "Spontaneous Coordination in Large Population Games with Persistent Randomness (Mimeo).".
Books
Diermeier, Daniel. 2011. Reputation Rules: Strategies for Building Your Company's Most Valuable Asset. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Bendor, Jonathan, Daniel Diermeier, David A. Siegel and Michael M. Ting. 2011. A Behavioral Theory of Elections. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Cases
Diermeier, Daniel and Evan Meagher. 2013. San Francisco International Airport and Quantum Secure’s SAFE for Aviation System: Making the Business Case for Corporate Security. Case 5-312-503 (KEL720).
Diermeier, Daniel and Daniel Petrella. 2013. Commonwealth Edison: The Use of Social Media in Disaster Response. Case 5-212-251 (KEL734).
Diermeier, Daniel and Stacy Dickinson. 2012. Baxter Dialysis Crisis. Case 5-304-507.
Diermeier, Daniel, Robert J. Crawford and Charlotte Snyder. 2011. Arthur Andersen (C): The Collapse of Arthur Andersen. Case 5-205-253(C) (KEL560).
Diermeier, Daniel, Robert J. Crawford and Charlotte Snyder. 2011. Arthur Andersen (B): From Waste Management to Enron. Case 5-205-253(B) (KEL559).
Diermeier, Daniel, Robert J. Crawford and Charlotte Snyder. 2011. Arthur Andersen (A): The Waste Management Crisis. Case 5-205-253(A) (KEL558).
Diermeier, Daniel, Robert J. Crawford and Charlotte Snyder. 2011. Wal-Mart’s Katrina Aid. Case 5-406-750 (KEL556).
Austen-Smith, DavidDaniel Diermeier and Eitan Zemel. 2011. Unintended Acceleration: Toyota’s Recall Crisis. Case 5-311-504 (KEL598).
Diermeier, Daniel and Robert J. Crawford. 2011. Wal-Mart: The Store Wars. Case 5-406-751 (KEL658).
Diermeier, Daniel and Justin Heinze. 2007. Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 (A). Case 5-107-001(A) (KEL285).
Diermeier, Daniel and Justin Heinze. 2007. Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 (C). Case 5-107-001(C) (KEL287).
Diermeier, Daniel and Justin Heinze. 2007. Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 (B). Case 5-107-001(B) (KEL286).
Diermeier, Daniel. 2006. North Country Bank (Crisis Simulation). Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel, Jason Hermitage, Shail Thaker and Justin Heinze. 2006. Reintroduce Thalidomide? (A). Case 5-104-003(A) (KEL058).
Diermeier, Daniel and Shail Thaker. 2006. The Politics of Tobacco Control: The U.S. Tobacco Industry in 1996. Case 5-304-510 (KEL062).
Diermeier, Daniel, Jason Hermitage, Shail Thaker and Justin Heinze. 2006. Reintroduce Thalidomide? (B). Case 5-104-003(B) (KEL059).
Diermeier, Daniel. 2004. Baxter and PVC (A) and (B). Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel. 2004. Consumer Financial (Crisis Simulation). Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel, Dr Herschel Cutler and Jonathan Cutler. 2004. Recyclers v Superfund (D). Case 5-104-022(D) (KEL057).
Diermeier, Daniel, Dr Herschel Cutler and Jonathan Cutler. 2004. Recyclers v Superfund (C). Case 5-104-022(C) (KEL056).
Diermeier, Daniel and Shobita Parthasarathy. 2004. Myriad: Breast Cancer Testing in the United States (B). Case 5-304-504(B) (KEL053).
Diermeier, Daniel and Shobita Parthasarathy. 2004. Myriad: Breast Cancer Testing in the United States (A). Case 5-304-504(A) (KEL052).
Diermeier, Daniel and Shobita Parthasarathy. 2004. Myriad: Breast Cancer Testing in Britain (B). Case 5-304-503(B) (KEL051).
Diermeier, Daniel, Dr Herschel Cutler and Jonathan Cutler. 2004. Recyclers v Superfund (B). Case 5-104-022(B) (KEL055).
Diermeier, Daniel and Shobita Parthasarathy. 2004. Myriad: Breast Cancer Testing in Britain (A). Case 5-304-503(A) (KEL050).
Diermeier, Daniel, Dr Herschel Cutler and Jonathan Cutler. 2004. Recyclers v Superfund (A). Case 5-104-022(A) (KEL054).
Diermeier, Daniel and Timothy Feddersen. 2003. MITI (A) and (B) (Crisis Simulation). Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel and Gregory L Hughes. 2003. United Learning (B). Case 5-403-752(B) (KEL061).
Diermeier, Daniel and Astrid Marechal. 2003. Mercedes and the Moose Test (A). Case 5-403-755(A) (KEL048).
Diermeier, Daniel and Gregory L Hughes. 2003. United Learning (A). Case 5-403-752(A) (KEL060).
Diermeier, Daniel and Astrid Marechal. 2003. Mercedes and the Moose Test (B). Case 5-403-755(B) (KEL049).
Diermeier, Daniel. 2000. Disney and the Copyright for Mickey Mouse. Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel. 1999. VIAG and the German Nuclear Power Industry. Unpublished..
Diermeier, Daniel. 1996. Shell, Greenpeace, and Brent Spar. Harvard Business School, Case P19. Reprinted in D. Baron, Business and its Environment (2nd-6th eds.). Prentice Hall, 2010.
Diermeier, Daniel, David Baron and Daniel Kessler. 1995. The EU Carbon Tax. Reprinted in D. Baron, Business and its Environment (2nd-6th eds.). Prentice Hall, 2010.

 
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Teaching Interests
Strategic management in non-market environments
Full-Time / Part-Time MBA
Leadership and Crisis Management (KPPI-440-A)

This course counts toward the following majors: Social Enterprise

Formerly SEEK-440-A

In recent decades corporations have increasingly become the dominant source for political and social change. Increased globalization and technological progress have further accelerated this process. Businesses are now held accountable by standards other than legal compliance or financial performance. Successful business leaders have recognized that these challenges are best mastered by a commitment to values-based management. However, simply "doing the right thing" is not enough. Rather, companies increasingly find themselves as targets of aggressive legal action, media coverage and social pressure. Organizations must be prepared to handle rapidly changing environments and anticipate potential threats. This requires a deep understanding of the strategic complexities in managing various stakeholders and constituencies. To confront students with these challenges in a realistic fashion, the class is structured around a rich set of challenging case studies and crisis simulation exercises.

Strategic Management in Non-Market Environments (KPPI-441-0)

This course counts toward the following majors: Management & Strategy, Social Enterprise.

Formerly SEEK-441-0

The explicit regulations and implicit norms governing a firm's market behavior are determined by myriad social, political, regulatory and legal institutions. These non-market institutions are arenas in which interest groups compete to change the rules to further their goals. This course takes the perspective of managers or consultants who must anticipate how interests and institutions within the non-market environment will react to new issues and develop strategies for affecting outcomes with the goal of improving firm performance. The course introduces students to a set of frameworks and tools that assist managers in non-market analysis and strategy development. Cases focusing on the media, activists, legislatures, regulatory agencies and international trade are used to practice applying the frameworks and formulating effective strategies.

Executive MBA
Strategic Crisis Management (KPPIX-910-0)
Strategic Crisis Management provides conceptual tools for managers in high-pressure, complex crisis situations. Topics include management and media, dealing with activists and interest groups, and surviving legal, legislative and regulatory challenges.