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Cable, Gino, & Staats (2013). Breaking Them in or Eliciting Their Best: Reframing Socialization around Newcomers’ Authentic Self-expression

Authors:
Daniel M. Cable – London Business School
Francesca Gino – Harvard Business School
Bradley R. Staats – UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Interviewers:
Dana Kanze – Columbia Business School
Beth Devine – INSEAD

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/58/1/1

DiBenigno & Kellogg (2014). Beyond Occupational Differences: The Importance of Cross-cutting Demographics and Dyadic Toolkits for Collaboration in a U.S. Hospital

Authors:
Julia DiBenigno – MIT Sloan School of Management
Katherine C. Kellogg – MIT Sloan School of Management

Interviewers:
Saheli Nath – Northwestern University
Katikeya Bajpai – Northwestern University

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/59/3/375

Tilcsik (2014). Imprint–environment Fit and Performance: How Organizational Munificence at the Time of Hire Affects Subsequent Job Performance

Authors:
András Tilcsik – Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Interviewers:
Jonathan Cromwell – Harvard Business School
Cheng Gao – Harvard Business School

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/59/4/639

Casciaro, Gino, & Kouchaki (2014). The Contaminating Effects of Building Instrumental Ties: How Networking Can Make Us Feel Dirty

Authors:
Tiziana Casciaro – Rotman School of Management
Francesca Gino – Harvard Business School
Maryam Kouchaki – Kellogg School of Management

Interviewers:
Ashley Hardin – University of Michigan
Cassandra Aceves – University of Michigan

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/59/4/705

Wang (2015). Activating Cross-border Brokerage: Interorganizational Knowledge Transfer through Skilled Return Migration

Author:
Dan Wang – Columbia Business School

Interviewers:
Pete Aceves – University of Chicago
Cassandra Aceves – University of Michigan

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/09/18/0001839214551943

Christian, Eisenkraft, & Kapadia (2015). Dynamic Associations among Somatic Complaints, Human Energy, and Discretionary Behaviors Experiences with Pain Fluctuations at Work

Authors:
Michael S. Christian – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Noah Eisenkraft – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chaitali Kapadia – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Interviewers:
Ashley Hardin – University of Michigan
Chen Zhang – University of Michigan

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/09/25/0001839214553655?papetoc

Zhu & Chen (2015). CEO Narcissism and the Impact of Prior Board Experience on Corporate Strategy

Authors:
David H. Zhu – Arizona State University
Guoli Chen – INSEAD, Singapore

Interviewers:
Gareth Keeves – University of Michigan
Guy Shani – University of Michigan

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/10/06/0001839214554989

Funk & Hirschman (2014). Derivatives and Deregulation: Financial Innovation and the Demise of Glass–Steagall

Authors:
Russell J. Funk – University of Minnessota
Daniel Hirschman – University of Michigan

Interviewers:
Cassandra Aceves – University of Michigan
Pete Aceves – University of Chicago

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/59/4/669

Briscoe & Murphy (2012). Sleight of Hand? Practice Opacity, Third-party Responses, and the Interorganizational Diffusion of Controversial Practices

Authors:
Forrest Briscoe – Pennsylvania State University
Chad Murphy – Oregon State University

Interviewers:
Ivana Naumovska – Northwestern University
Johan Chu – University of Michigan

Article link:       http://asq.sagepub.com/content/57/4/553

Pontikes (2012). Two Sides of the Same Coin: How Ambiguous Classification Affects Multiple Audiences’ Evaluations

Author:
Elizabeth G. Pontikes – University of Chicago

Interviewers:
Stefan Beljean – Harvard University
Jensen Sass – Yale University

Article link:      http://asq.sagepub.com/content/57/1/81

[Discussion] Davis (2014). Editorial Essay: Why Do We Still Have Journals?

Author:
Gerald F. Davis (gfdavis@umich.edu)

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/59/2/193

Bernstein (2012). The Transparency Paradox: A Role for Privacy in Organizational Learning and Operational Control

Author:
Ethan S. Bernstein – Harvard University

Interviewers:
Curtis Chan – Harvard University
Stefan Beljean – Harvard University

Article link:      http://asq.sagepub.com/content/57/2/181

Dahl, Dezső, & Ross (2012). Fatherhood and Managerial Style: How a Male CEO’s Children Affect the Wages of His Employees

Authors:
Michael S. Dahl (md@business.aau.dk)
Cristian L. Dezső (cdezso@rhsmith.umd.edu)
David Gaddis Ross (dr2175@columbia.edu)

Interviewers:
Johan Chu (johanchu@umich.edu)
Ivana Naumovska (i-naumovska@kellogg.northwestern.edu)

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/57/4/669

Tilcsik & Marquis (2013). Punctuated Generosity: How Mega-events and Natural Disasters Affect Corporate Philanthropy in U.S. Communities

Authors:
András Tilcsik (andras.tilcsik@rotman.utoronto.ca)
Christopher Marquis (cmarquis@hbs.edu)

Interviewers:
Johan Chu (johanchu@umich.edu)
Michael Mauskapf (m-mauskapf@kellogg.northwestern.edu)

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/58/1/111

McPherson & Sauder (2013). Logics in Action: Managing Institutional Complexity in a Drug Court

Authors:
Chad McPherson (chad-mcpherson@uiowa.edu)
Michael Sauder (michael-sauder@uiowa.edu)

Interviewers:
Johan Chu (johanchu@umich.edu)
Curtis Chan (cchan@hbs.edu)

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/58/2/165

Rao & Dutta (2012). Free Spaces as Organizational Weapons of the Weak: Religious Festivals and Regimental Mutinies in the 1857 Bengal Native Army

Authors:
Huggy Rao (hrao@stanford.edu)
Sunasir Dutta (sunasird@gsb.stanford.edu)

Interviewers:
Johan Chu (johanchu@umich.edu)
Suntae Kim (suntaek@umich.edu)

Article link: http://asq.sagepub.com/content/57/4/625

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