The ASQ Blog is a student-run community of scholars who enjoy reading articles from the Administrative Science Quarterly. The blog is approved and supported by ASQ’s editorial board.
Most posts on the blog are interviews with authors of recent and forthcoming ASQ articles. Two Ph.D. students ask five questions, and article authors answer. We will also be curating special content such as interviews with managing editors, paper prize winners, and other behind-the-scenes topics. If you have ideas for other interesting content, please reach out!
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Danielle Bovenberg – UC Santa Barbara, Technology Management
Maggie Cascadden – University of Alberta, Alberta School of Business
Yun Ha Cho – University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
Luke Hedden – Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Abraham Oshotse – Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Melody Chang – Yale University School of Management
Kevin Lee – New York University Stern School of Business
Ayinwi Muma – Stanford University Management Science and Engineering
Hui Sun – Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Yusaku Takeda – Harvard Business School
Anjali M. Bhatt – Stanford University Graduate School of Business
Winnie Jiang – Yale University School of Management
Madeline King – New York University Stern School of Business
Channing Spencer – Harvard Business School
Amy Zhao-Ding – INSEAD
Johnathan Cromwell – Harvard Business School
Daphne Teh – INSEAD
Chen Zhang – University of Michigan Ross School of Business
Cassandra Chambers – University of Michigan Ross School of Business
Pete Aceves – University of Chicago Department of Sociology
Michael Mauskapf – Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Johan Chu – University of Chicago Booth School of Business
I have paper copies of ASQ going back to the first issue (vol 1, #1, June 1956) running up through 2018. I am downsizing my office & would love this archive to find a home with someone who cares about ASQ as much as I do. If you’re interested in these volumes, let me know. You just have to figure out how to pick them up!