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Author:Jerry W. Kim , Brayden G King
Data Source:[J].Management Science(IF 1.859), 2014INFORMS
Abstract:This paper tests the assumption that evaluators are biased to positively evaluate high-status individuals, irrespective of quality. Using unique data from Major League Baseball umpires' evaluation of pitch quality, which allow us to observe the difference in a pitch's objective q...
Author:Edward J. Carberry , Brayden G King
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2012, Vol.49 (7), pp.1137-1167Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Although most diffusion research focuses on firms adopting new practices to maintain their legitimacy, this paper examines a setting in which firms adopted a controversial practice to defend themselves against challenges relating to corporate deviance. We argue ...
Author:Brayden G King , Nicholas A. Pearce
Data Source:[J].Annual Review of Sociology, 2010, Vol.36Annual Reviews
Abstract:While much of economic sociology focuses on the stabilizing aspects of markets, the social movement perspective emphasizes the role that contentiousness plays in bringing institutional change and innovation to markets. Markets are inherently political, both because of their ties ...
Author:Mary-Hunter McDonnell , Brayden G King , Sarah A Soule
Data Source:[J].American Sociological Review, 2015, Vol.80 (3)ProQuest
Abstract:This project explores whether and how corporations become more receptive to social activist challenges over time. Drawing from social movement theory, we suggest a dynamic process through which contentious interactions lead to increased receptivity. We argue that when firms are c...
Author:Mary-Hunter McDonnell , Brayden G King , Sarah A. Soule
Data Source:[J].American Sociological Review, 2015, Vol.80 (3), pp.654-678SAGE
Abstract:This project explores whether and how corporations become more receptive to social activist challenges over time. Drawingfrom social movement theory, we suggest a dynamic process through which contentious interactions lead to increased receptivity.We argue that when firms ar...

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