Follow
Jo-Ellen Pozner
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Organizations gone wild: The causes, processes, and consequences of organizational misconduct
HR Greve, D Palmer, JE Pozner
Academy of Management annals 4 (1), 53-107, 2010
8212010
Vox populi: Resource partitioning, organizational proliferation, and the cultural impact of the insurgent microradio movement
HR Greve, JE Pozner, H Rao
American Journal of Sociology 112 (3), 802-837, 2006
1632006
Stigma and settling up: An integrated approach to the consequences of organizational misconduct for organizational elites
JE Pozner
Journal of Business Ethics 80, 141-150, 2008
1542008
Memory and sacrifice: An embodied theory of martyrdom
M DeSoucey, JE Pozner, C Fields, K Dobransky, GA Fine
Cultural Sociology 2 (1), 99-121, 2008
822008
Varieties of Political Capital and Power in Organizations: A Review and Integrative Framework
W Ocasio, JE Pozner, D Milner
Academy of Management Annals 14 (1), 2020
612020
Paradise sold: Resource partitioning and the organic movement in the US farming industry
K Sikavica, JE Pozner
Organization Studies 34 (5-6), 623-651, 2013
542013
Watered down: Market growth, authenticity, and evaluation in craft beer
JE Pozner, M DeSoucey, JC Verhaal, K Sikavica
Organization Studies 43 (3), 321-345, 2022
46*2022
Terminal isomorphism and the self-destructive potential of success: Lessons from subprime mortgage origination and securitization
JE Pozner, M Kate Stimmler, PM Hirsch
Markets on Trial: The Economic Sociology of the US Financial Crisis: Part A …, 2010
442010
Fighting a common foe: Enmity, identity and collective strategy
JE Pozner, H Rao
Ecology and Strategy, 445-479, 2006
382006
To avoid surprises, acknowledge the dark side: Illustrations from securities analysts
P Hirsch, JE Pozner
Strategic Organization 3 (2), 229-238, 2005
342005
Shine a light: How firm responses to announcing earnings restatements changed after Sarbanes–Oxley
JE Pozner, A Mohliver, C Moore
Journal of Business Ethics 160, 427–443, 2019
252019
Who Bears the Brunt? A Review and Research Agenda for the Consequences of Organizational Wrongdoing for Individuals
JE Pozner, JD Harris
Organizational Wrongdoing, 404-434, 2016
182016
Raising the bar: Values-driven niche creation in US bean-to-bar chocolate
JL Woolley, JE Pozner, M DeSoucey
Strategy Science 7 (1), 27-55, 2022
132022
An exploration of the social mechanisms driving the consequences of earnings restatements for organizational elites
JE Pozner
Northwestern University, 2007
72007
The Certification Effect of New Legislation: CEO Accountability for Misconduct After Sarbanes-Oxley
JE Pozner, A Mohliver, C Moore
Organizational Wrongdoing as the “Foundational” Grand Challenge …, 2023
6*2023
Organizational size, performance and frequency-base imitation: A test of competing hypotheses
I Stern, JE Pozner
ISC conference, Jerusalem, Israel, 2007
62007
Explaining firm performance: The symbolic management of quarterly earnings announcements
J Pozner, E Zajac
Working paper, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 2005
62005
Status spillover and director labor market outcomes following organizational misconduct
JE Pozner, K Patterson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 10727, 2016
2*2016
How Relational Publics Become Scandal Audiences: Values and the Construction of Scandal
JE Pozner, T Hannigan
Organization Theory 4 (3), 2023
12023
The Rejection of Third-Party Certification Schemes in Bean-To-Bar Chocolate
J Woolley, JE Pozner, MA DeSoucey
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10325, 2018
12018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20