In the modern economy, across industries, firms increasingly face rapid, disruptive changes in their environments. Most are caught off-guard and forced to defensively respond. But some initiate these changes, shaping the environment in ways that favor the firm. This special issue contains six papers of cutting-edge research on strategies that fundamentally change markets.
Negro, G., M.L. Williams, E.G. Pontikes, and G. Lopiano (2021). “Destigmatization and Its Imbalanced Effects in Labor Markets.” Management Science.
McDonnell, M.H., K. Odziemkowska, and E.G. Pontikes (2021). “Bad Company: Shifts in Social Activists’ Tactics and Resources After Industry Crises.” Organization Science, 32(4) 1033-1055.
Pontikes, E.G. and V. Rindova (2020). “Shaping Markets Through Temporal, Constructive, and Interactive Agency.” Strategy Science.
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My work features in three sessions at the AoM annual meetings, on market categories, cultural entrepreneurship, and stigma. See you there. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Program