Publications


 

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Eva Boxenbaum & Linda Rouleau 2011. New Knowledge Products as Bricolage: Metaphors and Scripts in Organizational Theory. In Special issue on ‘Where are the new theories of organization?’, edited by Roy Suddaby, Cyndia Hardy, and Quy Nguyen Huy. Academy of Management Review, 36(2): 272-296.

Haldor Byrkjeflot, Jesper Strandgaard Pedersen & Silviya Svejenova. 2013. From Label to Practice: The Process of Creating New Nordic Cuisine. Journal of Culinary Science & Technology, 11:36-55.

Candace Jones & Felipe G. Massa. Forthcoming 2013. From Novel Practice to Consecrated Exemplar: Unity Temple as a Case of Institutional Evangelizing. Organization Studies.

Lianne M. Lefsrud & Renate E. Meyer. Forthcoming. Science or Science Fiction?  Experts’ Discursive Construction of Climate Change. Organization Studies. Special Issue: Climate Change and the Emergence of New Organizational Landscapes. (Best of Academy of Management Proceedings. Finalist for Best International Paper, Organization and Management Theory Division.)

Renate E. Meyer & Eva Boxenbaum. 2010. Exploring Europeanness in Organizational Research. Organization Studies, 31(6): 737-755.

Renate E. Meyer & Markus A. Höllerer. 2010. Meaning Structures in a Contested Issue Field: A Topographic Map of Shareholder Value in Austria. Academy of Management Journal 53(6): 1241–1262.

Susanne Boch Waldorff & Royston Greenwood. 2011. The Dynamics of Community Translation: Danish Health-Care Centres, in Christopher Marquis, Michael Lounsbury, Royston Greenwood (ed.) Communities and Organizations (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 33, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.113-142.

Ann Westenholz. 2012. Is the Scandinavian Way of Organizing Challenged by the Growing Chinese Economy? Economic and Industrial Democracy. (Published online April 19, 2012).

EDITED VOLUMES

Michael Lounsbury & Eva Boxenbaum (Eds.). Forthcoming July 2013. Institutional Logics in Action. Research in the Sociology of Organizations (double volume of book series/ international journal). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Michael Lounsbury & Eva Boxenbaum. Forthcoming 2013. Introduction: Creating, Enacting and Reacting to Institutional Logics. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Candace Jones, Eva Boxenbaum & Callen Anthony. Forthcoming 2013. The Immateriality of Material Practices in Institutional Logics. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Lærke Højgaard Christiansen & Michael Lounsbury. Forthcoming 2013. Strange Brew: Bridging Logics via Institutional Bricolage and the Reconstitution of Organizational Identity. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Susanne Boch Waldorff, Trish Reay & Elizabeth Goodrick. Forthcoming 2013. A tale of two countries: How different constellations of logics impact action. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Markus A. Höllerer, Dennis Jancsary, Renate E. Meyer & Oliver Vettori. Forthcoming 2013. Ways of Seeing: The Visual Re-contextualization of Corporate Social Responsibility. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Mary Ann Glynn & Ryan Rafaelli. Forthcoming 2013. Logic Pluralism, Organizational Design, and Practice Adoption: The Structural Embeddedness of CSR Programs. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Roger Friedland. Forthcoming 2013. God, Love and Other Good Reasons for Practice: Thinking Through Institutional Logics. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Tammar B. Zilber. Forthcoming 2013. Institutional Logics and Institutional Work: Can They Be Agreed? In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Patricia J. Misutka, Charlotte Coleman, P. Devereaux Jennings, & Andrew J. Hoffman. Forthcoming 2013. Processes for Retrenching Logics: The Alberta Oil Sands Case, 2008-2011. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Rodolphe Durand, Berangere Szostak, Julien Jourdan, & Patricia H. Thornton. Forthcoming 2013. Institutional Logics as Strategic Resources. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Vanessa Pouthier, Christopher Steele, & William Ocasio. Forthcoming 2013. From Agents to Principles: The Changing Relationship between Hospitalist Identity and Logics of Healthcare. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Mia Raynard, Michael Lounsbury and Royston Greenwood. Forthcoming 2013. Legacies of Logics: Sources of Community Variation in CSR Implementation in China. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Shawna Vican & Kim Pernell-Gallagher. Forthcoming 2013. Instantiation of Institutional Logics: The "Business Case" for Diversity and the Prevalence of Diversity Mentoring Practices. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Vince Feng. Forthcoming 2013. The Internal Complexity of Market Logics. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.  

Thibault Daudigeos, Amélie Boutinot & Stephane Jaumier. Forthcoming 2013. Taking Stock of Institutional Complexity: Anchoring a Pool of Institutional Logics into the Interinstitutional System with a Descendent Hierarchical Analysis. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Anne-Claire Pache & Filipe Santos. Forthcoming 2013. Embedded in hybrid contexts: How individuals in organizations respond to competing institutional logics. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Paula Jarzabkowski, Michael Smets, Rebecca Bednarek, Gary Burke, & Paul Spee. Forthcoming 2013. Institutional Ambidexterity: Leveraging Institutional Complexity in Practice. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Samantha Fairclough & Evelyn Micelotta. Forthcoming 2013. Beyond the Family Firm: Reasserting the Influence of the Family Institutional Logic across Organizations. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Shilo Hills, Maxim Voronov & C.R. (Bob) Hinings. Forthcoming 2013. “Not as Easy as it Looks!” Utilizing Rhetorical History to Comply with the Dominant Institutional Logic. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Klaus Weber, Hetal Patel & Kathryn L. Heinze. Forthcoming 2013. From cultural repertoires to institutional logics: A content-analytic method. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Marc Schneiberg. Forthcoming 2013. Lost in transposition? (A cautionary tale): Multiple logics, recombination, the Bank of North Dakota, and the prospects for reform in American banking. In M. Lounsbury and E. Boxenbaum (eds.), Institutional Logics in Action (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Ann Westenholz (ed.) 2012. The Janus Face of Commercial Open Source Software Communities - An investigation into institutional (non)work by interacting institutional actors. Copenhagen Business School Press.

Ann Westenholz. 2012. Introduction. In author (ed.), The Janus Face of Commercial Open Source Software Communities - An investigation into institutional (non)work by interacting institutional actors. Copenhagen Business School Press, pp. 11-18.

Ann Westenholz. 2012. Companies' Involvement in Open Source Communities. In author (ed.) The Janus Face of Commercial Open Source Software Communities - An investigation into institutional (non)work by interacting institutional actors. Copenhagen Business School Press, pp. 19-52.

Ann Westenholz. 2012. Conclusion and Reflection. In author (ed.), The Janus Face of Commercial Open Source Software Communities - An investigation into institutional (non)work by interacting institutional actors. Copenhagen Business School Press, pp. 145-175.

Ann Westenholz, Benedikte Brinker & Peter Gundelach. 2012. Typo3 - A Commercial Open Source Software Community. In A. Westenholz (ed.), The Janus Face of Commercial Open Source Software Communities - An investigation into institutional (non)work by interacting institutional actors. Copenhagen Business School Press, pp. 53-121.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Eva Boxenbaum, Monica Gjuvsland & Clarissa E. Leon. 2011. Diversity Management in Denmark: Evolutions from 2002 to 2009.
In S. Gröschl (Ed.), Diversity in the Workplace: Multi-disciplinary and International Perspectives (pp.101-118). UK: Gower Publishing.

Eva Boxenbaum & Jean-Pascal Gond. In Press. Micro-strategies of Contextualization: Glocalizing Responsible Investment in France and Quebec.
In G. S. Drori, M. A. Höllerer, & P. Walgenbach (Eds.), Organizations and Managerial Ideas: Global Themes and Local Variations. Routledge, expected summer 2013.
 

 

 

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