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Athlete transgressions have become quite the norm in professional sports as athletes are performing acts which are surely a detriment to their career. This is especially true of some Black male athletes in professional sports (e.g., Michael Vick, Derrick Coleman, Barry Bonds, and Adam...
This article is a reflection on why the 2007-2009 financial crisis was largely ignored by organization theorists, in particular, institutional theorists. The general lack of engagement with the events that transpired in this period of turmoil is surprising given their potential to inform the...
This is an essay in which I discuss aspects of my career, things I would do differently, advice to new professors, including some guidelines and principles that worked well for me, and given the future of Business Schools, what changes do I foresee? I describe my first few years as rather smooth...
This article argues that the BP Oil Spill is, potentially, a “cultural anomaly” for institutional changes in environmental management and fossil fuel production. The problem as defined by the spill’s context, the potential solutions provided by the competing logics in that context, and the...
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