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Recent Scholarly Research

Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE Title Author Type
2019 The Science of Science Dashun Wang book
2019 Seniors' usage of mobile social network sites: Applying theories of innovation diffusion and uses and gratifications, Computers in Human Behavior Noshir Contractor article
2018 Denying Humanity: The distinct neural correlates of blatant dehumanization, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Nour Kteily article
2018 Which Group to Credit (and Blame)? Whites Make Attributions about White-Minority Biracials’ Successes and Failures Based on Their Own (Anti-)Egalitarianism and Ethnic Identification, Group Processes and Intergroup Relations Nour Kteily article
2018 The Cost of Status: When Social and Economic Interests Collide Edward Zajac article
2018 Principal Costs: Reversing the Polarity of the Principal-Agent Dyad Edward Zajac working paper
2018 Does Deciding Among Morally Relevant Options Feel Like Making a Choice? How Morality Constrains People's Sense of Choice, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Maryam Kouchaki, Krishna Savani article
2018 Anthropomorphizing without social cues requires the basolateral amygdala., Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Adam Waytz, John Cacioppo article
2018 How Social Movements Interact with Organizations and Fields: Protest, Institutions and Beyond Brayden King book chapter
2018 Open for learning: Low familiarity cases and general questions foster knowledge transfer, Academy of Management Learning Leigh Thompson article
2018 Collaborative by Design? How Matrix Firms See/Do Alliances Franz Wohlgezogen, Edward Zajac article
2018 On the Duality of Political and Economic Stakeholder Influence on Firm Innovation: Theory and Evidence from Chinese Firms, Strategic Management Journal Jing Li, Edward Zajac article
2018 Thinking Broad and Deep: Why Some Directors Exert an Outsized Influence on Strategic Change in Newly Public Firms Razvan Lungeanu, Edward Zajac article
2018 Social Movements, Stakeholders, and Nonmarket Strategy, Research in the Sociology of Organizations Brayden King book
2018 Introduction Brayden King book chapter
2018 Reversed Riches and Matthew’s Curse: The Liability of Status When Organizations Misbehave, Journal of Management Inquiry Brayden King, Edward Carberry article
2018 Legitimacy contests, attention, and sensegiving: An institutional logics take on the 2013 neoliberal reforms to Mexico’s petroleum sector William Ocasio working paper
2018 Organizations and institutional complexity: An open polity perspective, Academy of Management Review Klaus Weber article
2018 A Meeting of the Minds: Cognitive Congruence in an Alliance Portfolio for New Product Introductions in the Software Industry William Ocasio, Edward Zajac working paper
2018 Institutional Dissonance at the New York Philharmonic, 1842-1928: Emergence, Response, and Persistence William Ocasio, Edward Zajac working paper

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