Destigmatization and Its Imbalanced Effects in Labor Markets

Negro, G., M.L. Williams, E.G. Pontikes, and G. Lopiano (2021). “Destigmatization and Its Imbalanced Effects in Labor Markets.” Management Science.

Bad Company: Shifts in Social Activists’ Tactics and Resources After Industry Crises

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.

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Shaping Markets Through Temporal, Constructive, and Interactive Agency.

Pontikes, E.G. and V. Rindova (2020). “Shaping Markets Through Temporal, Constructive, and Interactive Agency.” Strategy Science.

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Category innovation in the software industry: 1990 – 2002

Pontikes, E.G. “Category innovation in the software industry: 1990 – 2002.”

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Concepts and Categories: Foundations for Sociological Analysis

Hannan, M. G. Le Mens, G. Hsu, B. Kovacs, G. Negro, L. Polos, E. Pontikes and A. Sharkey. Concepts and Categories: Foundations for Sociological Analysis. Columbia University Press.

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The Non-consensus Entrepreneur: Organizational Responses to Vital Events

Pontikes, E.G. and W.P. Barnett (2017). “The Non-consensus Entrepreneur: Organizational Responses to Vital Events.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 62(1): 140-178.

Strategic Categorization. in From Categories to Categorization: Studies in Sociology, Organizations and Strategy at the Crossroads

Pontikes, E.G. and R. Kim (2017). “Strategic Categorization.” in From Categories to Categorization: Studies in Sociology, Organizations and Strategy at the Crossroads (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 51). Durand, R., N. Granqvist, and A. Tyllström (eds), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 71-111.

The Coevolution of Organizational Knowledge and Market Technology

Pontikes, E.G. and W.P. Barnett (2017). “The Coevolution of Organizational Knowledge and Market Technology.” Strategy Science, 2(1): 64-82.