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1.  PDW Invitation: Social Movements, Stakeholders and Non-market Strategy

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We  are  now  accepting  applications  for  the  research  round-tables  segment  of  our  fourth  annual  PDW  on  Social  Movements,  Stakeholders,  and  Non-Market  Strategy.  Those  interested  should submit  a  3–5  page  description  of  a  new  research  idea  or  current  research  project  to  be  explored  with  the  discussants  and  other  participants.  In your  submission,  please  include  your  name,  title,  school  affiliation,  and  your  top three table  choices  (listed  below).        


Submissions  should  be  emailed  to  Jake Grandy, Forrest Briscoe, Jocelyn  Leitzinger and Brayden  King  at  MovementsandMarkets@gmail.com by  July  1.  Any questions can be directed to this email address as well. 


If you would like to attend the speaker panel and Q&A session, no submission or registration is required. Thanks and we hope to see you there! 


Jake, Forrest, Jocelyn & Brayden


Social Movements, Stakeholders, and Non-Market Strategy (#13002)


Sponsors: OMT, STR, SIM, ONE

Time: Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 10:00 am to 12:30 am

Place: Marriott Chicago Downtown - Magnificent Mile in Chicago D


Speakers: Michael Lenox (Darden), Katherine Kellogg (MIT), Xiaowei Rose Luo (INSEAD), Mark Mizruchi (UMichigan), Timothy Werner (UT Austin)


Civil society groups have had a significant impact on markets and economically-driven organizations over the past century. From the environmental and civil rights protests of the 1960s to contemporary social-media movements combating sexual harassment, racism, and xenophobia, activist organizations and their participants have shaped not only firm behavior, but also industry's willingness to respond and even participate in civil society.


For the past three years, we have convened this professional development workshop (PDW) as a means of integrating the various research lenses through which social movements and markets are studied. This year, we are including a focus on recent geopolitical trends – the emergence of populism and nationalism, and the collective responses to it – and the implications for firms, markets, and stakeholders.


Our goal is to unite the numerous researchers interested in the relationship between social movements and firms, to advance scholarly efforts in this area, and to build a community of scholars with related interests. We are particularly interested in broaden the scope of our community through participation of scholars who have not yet studied social movements and markets, but who would like to contribute to this area of work in the future.


The PDW is composed of two segments. First, a panel of five experts will discuss promising new directions for the study of social movements, stakeholders, and non-market strategy. These talks will be followed by Q&A with the audience. The second segment will feature research round-tables where participants will receive feedback from leading scholars and fellow participants on new research ideas or issues faced with current projects.


For full session description, please visit:





1. Social movements and stakeholder theory           

Michael Barnett (Rutgers University)

Donal Crilly (London Business School)


2. Social movements and corporate political activity

Shon Hiatt (University of Southern California)

Sinziana Dorubantu (New York University)


3. Social movements and nonmarket strategy

Lori Yue (University of Southern California)

Thomas Lyon (University of Michigan)


4. Social movements internal to organizations

Abhinav Gupta (University of Washington)

Sara Soderstrom (University of Michigan)


5. Recent social movements (#metoo, Occupy, 350, etc.)

Brandon Lee (The University of Melbourne)

Desiree Pacheco (Portland State University)


6. Social movements and entrepreneurship

Jeff York (University of Colorado)

Tim Hargrave (Central Washington University)


7. Activist organizing and its consequences

Brayden King (Northwestern University)

Forrest Briscoe (Pennsylvania State U.)


8. Social movements and organizational theory

Jo-Ellen Pozner (Santa Clara University)

Robert David (McGill University)



Jake Grandy, PhD

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Management/HRM

College of Business Administration

California State University, Long Beach

1250 Bellflower Boulevard MS-8502
Long Beach, CA  90840-8501