Organizational Learning and Interorganizational Networks

Beckman, Christine M. and Hyeun Lee. (2017). “Social Comparison and Learning from Others.”  In L. Argote and J. Levine (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Group and Organizational Learning. Oxford University Press.

 

Kacperczyk, Aleksandra, Christine M. Beckman, and Thomas P. Moliterno. (2015). “Disentangling risk and change: Internal and external comparisons in the Mutual Fund Industry.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 60: 228-262. http://asq.sagepub.com/content/60/2/228

 

Moliterno, Thomas P., Nikolaus Beck, Christine M. Beckman, and Mark Meyer. (2014). “Knowing Your Place:  Social Performance Feedback in Good Times & Bad Times.” Organization Science, 25 (6): 1684-1702. http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/orsc.2014.0923

 

Beckman, Christine M., Claudia B. Schoonhoven, Renee Rottner, and Sang-Joon Kim. (2014). “Relational Pluralism in de Novo Organizations: Boards of Directors as Bridges or Barriers?” Academy of Management Journal, 57: 460-483.

 

Chandler, David, Pamela Haunschild, Mooweon Rhee, and Christine M. Beckman. (2013). “The Effects of Firm Reputation and Status on Interorganizational Network Structure.” Strategic Organization, 11: 217- 244.

 

Beckman, Christine M. (2010). “The history of corporate networks: Expanding intellectual diversity and the role of Stanford affiliations.” In M. Lounsbury (ed.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 28, eds., (C.B. Schoonhoven and F. Dobbin), Stanford’s Organization Theory Renaissance, 1970-2000. Emerald Publishing Group.

Beckman, Christine M. and Damon J. Phillips. (2005). “Interorganizational determinants of promotion: Client leadership and promotion of women attorneys.” American Sociological Review 70: 678-701.

 

Beckman, Christine, Pamela Haunschild, and Damon Phillips. (2004). “Friends or strangers?  Firm-specific uncertainty, market uncertainty, and network partner selection.” Organization Science 15: 259-275. Reprinted in Organizational Networks Research, ed. M. Kilduff and A. Shipilov. 2011. SAGE Library of Business and Management.  

 

Beckman, Christine M. and Pamela R. Haunschild. (2002). “Network learning: The effects of partners’ heterogeneity of experience on corporate acquisitions.”  Administrative Science Quarterly 47: 92-124.

 

Haunschild, Pamela R., and Christine M. Beckman. (1998). “When do interlocks matter?: Alternate sources of information and interlock influence.” Administrative Science Quarterly 43: 815-844.

Research 

Entrepreneurship

Ferguson, Amanda J., Lisa E. Cohen, M. Diane Burton, and Christine M. Beckman. (2016). “Misfit and milestones: Structural elaboration and capability reinforcement in the evolution of entrepreneurial top management teams.” Academy of Management Journal, 59(4): 1430-1450.

Beckman, Christine M., Claudia B. Schoonhoven, Renee Rottner, and Sang-Joon Kim. (2014). “Relational Pluralism in de Novo Organizations: Boards of Directors as Bridges or Barriers?” Academy of Management Journal, 57: 460-483.

Beckman, Christine, Kathy Eisenhardt, Suresh Kotha, Alan Meyer, and Nandini Rajagopalan. (2012). “The role of the entrepreneur in technology entrepreneurship.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 6: 203-206. (Special issue introduction)

Beckman, Christine M., Kathy Eisenhardt, Suresh Kotha, Alan Meyer, and Nandini Rajagopalan. (2012). “Technology entrepreneurship.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 6: 89-93. (Special issue introduction)

Beckman, Christine M. and M. Diane Burton. (2011). “Bringing organizational demography back in: Time, change and structure in top management team research.” In M. Carpenter (ed.), Handbook of Research on Top Management Teams. Edward Elgar.

 

Beckman, Christine M., and M. Diane Burton. (2008). “Founding the future: Path dependence in the evolution of top management teams from founding to IPO.” Organization Science 19: 3-24. Reprinted in Entrepreneurial Teams and New Business Creation, ed. M. Wright. 2009. The International Library of Entrepreneurship, Series Ed. David B. Audretsch.

 

Burton, M. Diane and Christine M. Beckman. (2007). “Leaving a legacy: Position Imprints and Successor Turnover in Young Firms.”  American Sociological Review 72: 239-266.

 

Beckman, Christine, M. Diane Burton, and Charles O’Reilly. (2007). “Early teams: The impact of team demography on VC financing and going public.” Journal of Business Venturing 22: 147-173.

 

Beckman, Christine M. (2006). “The influence of founding team company affiliations on firm behavior.”  Academy of Management Journal, 49: 741-758. Reprinted in Entrepreneurial Teams and New Business Creation, ed. M. Wright. 2009. The International Library of Entrepreneurship, Series Ed. D.B. Audretsch.

 

Burton, M. Diane, Jesper Sørensen, and Christine M. Beckman. (2002). “Coming from good stock:  Career histories and new venture formation.”  In M. Lounsbury and M. Ventresca (eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume: Social Structure and Organizations Revisited. JAI Press: 229-262.

Organizational Control

Mazmanian, Melissa A. and Christine M. Beckman. (2018) “ 'Making your numbers': Engendering Organizational Control through a Ritual of Quantification.” Organization Science, 29 (3): 357-379.

 

Stanko, Taryn L., and Christine M. Beckman. (2015). “Watching You Watching Me: Boundary Control and Capturing Attention in the Context of Ubiquitous Technology Use.” Academy of Management Journal, 58:1-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amj.2012.0911

Martin, Joanne, Kathleen Knopoff, and Christine Beckman. (1998). “An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality and emotional labor: Bounded emotionality at The Body Shop.” Administrative Science Quarterly 43: 429-469.

Martin, Joanne, Kathy Knopoff, and Christine Beckman. (2000). “Bounded Emotionality at The Body Shop.”  In S. Fineman (ed), Emotions in Organizations, 2nd edition. London: Sage.

Diversity, Opportunity and Social Innovation

Jha, Harsh K. and Christine M. Beckman. (2017). “A patchwork of identities: Emergence of charter schools as a new organizational form.” In M.D. Seidel  and H. Greve (Eds.), Emergence (Research in the Sociology of Organizations), 50: 69-107.

Leahey, Erin, Christine M. Beckman, and Taryn L. Stanko. (2017). “Prominent but less Productive: The Impact Of Interdisciplinarity On Scientists’ Careers.”  Administrative Science Quarterly. 62(1): 105-139. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0001839216665364

Beckman, Christine M. and Brooking Gatewood. (2012). “Building Organizations to Change Communities: Educational Entrepreneurs in Poor Urban Areas.” In K. Golden-Biddle and J. Dutton (eds.), Using a Positive Lens to Explore Social Change and Organizations. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

Beckman, Christine M. and Damon J. Phillips. (2005). “Interorganizational determinants of promotion: Client leadership and promotion of women attorneys.” American Sociological Review 70: 678-701.

Martin, Joanne, Kathleen Knopoff, and Christine Beckman. (1998). “An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality and emotional labor: Bounded emotionality at The Body Shop.” Administrative Science Quarterly 43: 429-469.

Simpson, Sally, Debra Shapiro, Christine Beckman and Jerry Martin with Miranda Gavin and Hyeun Lee. (In Progress). “Gender in the Boardroom and Corporate Malfeasance.” (NIJ Funded)

Theory and Methods

Mazmanian, Melissa, Christine M. Beckman, and Ellie Harmon. (2016). “Ethnography across the work boundary: benefits and considerations for organizational research.” In K.D. Elsbach & R.M.  Kramer (eds.), Handbook of Qualitative Organizational Research: Innovative pathways and methods. Routledge: Taylor & Francis, 262-271.

 

Lounsbury, Michael and Christine M. Beckman. (2015). “Celebrating Organization Theory.” Journal of Management Studies, 52: 288-308. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/joms.12091/full

 

Beckman, Christine M.  “The spawning of more ‘little ideas’.” (2015). Journal of Management Inquiry, 24: 324-325.

Work in Progress

Beckman, Christine M. and Taryn L. Stanko. (Forthcoming). "It Take Three: Relational Boundary Work, Resilience, and Commitment Among Navy Couples." Academy of Management Journal

Beckman, Christine M., and Melissa A. Mazmanian. "Dreams of the Overworked: Living, Working, and Parenting in the Digital Age.” (Stanford University Press, 2020)

 

Simpson, Sally, Debra Shapiro, Christine Beckman and Jerry Martin with Miranda Gavin and Hyeun Lee. “Gender in the Boardroom and Corporate Malfeasance.” (NIJ Funded)

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