Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Publications


Burton, M.D., Dahl, M. and Sorenson, O. “Do Startups Pay Less?” ILR Review. 2017.

Burton, M.D. and Nicholas, T. “Prizes, Patents, and the Search for Longitude.” Explorations in Economic History, 64: 21-36, 2017.

Cone, J., Mann, T.C. and Ferguson, M.J. “Can We Change Our Implicit Minds? New Evidence for How, When, and Why Implicit Impressions Can Be Rapidly Revised.” Advances in Social Psychology, 56: 131-199, 2017.

Hiatt, S., Carlos, C., and Sine, W. “Manu Institutional Contingencies of Stakeholder Relationships on New Venture Survival.” Organization Science, 2017. (Online publication only – citation is complete).

Koutroumpis, P., Thomas, L. and Leiponen, A. “How Important is ‘IT’? Assessing the Influence of Information and Communication Technologies Over a Century of Invention.” Communications of the ACM, 60(7): 62-68 (Impact Factor 3.301), 2017.

Mann, T.C. and Ferguson, M.J. “Reversing Implicit First Impressions through Reinterpretation after a Two-Day Delay.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110: 818-839, 2017.

Pinch, T. “The Art of a New Technology: Early Synthesizer Sounds,” in Marcel Cobussen, Vincent Meelberg, and Barry Truax (eds.).  Routledge Companion to Sounding Art, 451-462, 2017.

Pinch, T. “Saving Schools: Vacancy Ruin and Adaptive Reuse in Detroit,” in Marcel Cobussen, Marko Marskamp, Julio Paulos, and Jean Ruegg (eds.). Relationship Planning: Tracing Artifacts, Agency, and Practices. Palgrave Macmillan, 284-314. 2017.

Stillman, P., Medvedev, D. and Ferguson, M.J. “Resisting temptation: Tracking How Self-control Conflicts are Successfully Resolved in Real Time.” Psychological Science, 28(9): 1240-1258, 2017.

Strang, D. and Siler, K. “From ‘Just the Facts’ to ‘More Theory and Method, Please’: the Evolution of the Research Article in Administrative Science Quarterly, 1958-2008.” Social Studies of Science, 47: 528-555, 2017.

Swedberg, R. “How to Use Max Weber’s Ideal Type in Sociological Analysis.” Journal of Classical Sociology,  2017. (Online only  publication – citation is complete).

Swedberg, R. “On the Heuristic Role of Concepts in Theorizing,” in Håkon Leiulfsrud and Peter Sohlberg (eds.). Theory in Action, 91: 23-38, 2017.

Swedberg, R. “Mercantilist-Utopian Projects in Eighteen Century Sweden” in Hirokazu Miyazaki and Richard Swedberg (eds.).  The Economy of Hope. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017.

Swedberg, R. “A Sociological Approach to Hope in the Economy” in Hirokazu Miyazaki and Richard Swedberg (eds.).  The Economy of Hope. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017.

Swedberg, R. “Theorizing in Sociological Research: A New Perspective, A New Departure?” Annual Review of Sociology, 43: 189-206, 2017.

Swedberg, R., and Betta, M. “Values on Paper, in the Head, and in Action: On Max Weber and Value Freedom Today.” Canadian Review of Sociology, 54(4): 445-455, 2017.

Swedberg, R. “What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution When an Empirical Study is Evaluated?” Perspectives: Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section, 39(2): 13, 2017.


Burton, M.D. and Ferguson, M. J. “Misfit and Milestones: Structural Elaboration and Capability Reinforcement in the Evolution of Entrepreneurial Top Management Teams.” Academy of Management, 59(4): 1430 – 1450, 2016.

Burton, M.D. “Special Issue on Careers, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship,” in Stanislav Dobrev and J.B.  Sorensen (eds).  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40, 2:237-247, 2016.

Burton, M.D. “The Structuring of Work in Organizations,” in Lisa Cohen and Michael Lounsbury (eds.). Research in the Sociology of Organizations Series, 47: 1-22, 2016.

Burton, M.D., Cohen, L.E. and Lounsbury, M. “Introduction: Bringing Jobs Back In: Toward a New Multilevel Approach to the Study of Work and Organizations,” in Lisa Cohen, M. Diane Burton and Michael Lounsbury (eds.). The Structuring of Work in Organizations, 47: 1-22, 2016.

Burton, M., Sørensen, J. and Dobrev, S. “A Career Perspective Entrepreneurship.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(2): 1430-1450, 2016.

Critcher, C., and Ferguson, M.J. “‘Whether I like it or not, it’s important’: Implicit importance of means predicts self-regulatory persistence and success.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110: 818-839, 2016.

A.J. Ferguson, L. Cohen, M.D. Burton and C. Beckman.”Misfit and Milestones: Structural Elaboration and Capability Reinforcement in the Evolution of Entrepreneurial Top Management teams.” Academy of Management Journal, 59(4): 1430-1450, 2016.

Khessina, O. and S. Reis. “The Limits of Reflected Glory: The Beneficial and Harmful Effects of Product Name Similarity in the U.S. Network TV Program Industry, 1944–2003.” Organization Science, 27(2): 411-427, 2016.

Leiponen, A. and Koutroumpis, P. “Crowdsourcing Mobile Coverage.” Telecommunications Policy, 40(6): 532-544. 2016.

Leiponen, A. and Mitchell, W. “Using New Media to Promote and Extend Published Work in Management.” in Clark, T., Wright, M., Ketchen, D. (eds). How to Get Published in Top Management Journals. Edward Elgar, 199-202, 2016.

Mann, T. C. and Ferguson, M. J. “Reversing Implicit First Impressions through Reinterpretation after a Two-Day Delay.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2016.

Pinch, T. “’Bring on Sector Two!’ The Sounds of Bent and Broken Circuits.” Journal of Sound Studies, 2: 36-51, 2016.

Pinch, T., and Tosini, S. Entanglements: Conversations on the Human Traces of Science, Technology and Sound. Cambridge and Milano, Italy: MIT Press and Mimesis, 2016.

Pinch, T. “Thomas Parke Hughes: A Biographical Memoir.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 160: 296-301, 2016.

Sauermann, H. and Roach, M. “Why Pursue the Postdoc Path?” Science, 352: 663-664.  2016.

Siler, K., and Strang, D. “Peer review and scholarly originality: let 1000 flowers bloom but don’t step on any.” Science, Technology & Human Values, 42: 29-61, 2016.

Strang, D., and Patterson, K. “Diffusion: from Facebook to (Management) Fashion,” in Robert Scott and Marlis C. Buchmann (eds.). Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/9781118900772.etrds042

Swedberg, R. “Before Theory Comes Theorizing or How to Make Social Science More Interesting.” British Journal of Sociology, 67(1): 5-22. 2016.

Swedberg, R. “Can You Visualize Theory? On the Use of Visual Thinking in Theory Pictures, Theorizing Diagrams and Visual Sketches.” Sociological Theory, 24(3): 250-75. 2016.

Swedberg, R. “How to Analyze the Chinese Economy with the Help of Max Weber: A Practical Guide to His Economic Sociology.” Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Science edition), 38(1): 27-35 (in Chinese). For the English original, see the Working Paper Series Nr. 71 of the Center for the Study of Economy and Society, Cornell University, 2016.

Swedberg, R. “Theorizing Economic Sociology,” in Patrik Aspers and Nigel Dodd (eds.). Re-Imagining Economic Sociology, pp. 34-54. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Thomas, L.D., and Leiponen, A.E. “Big Data Commercialization.” IEEE Engineering Management Review, 44(2): 74-90. 2016.


Cone, J. and Ferguson, M. J. “He Did What? The Role of Diagnosticity in Revising Implicit Evaluations.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108: 37-57, 2015.

Duguid, M.M. and Goncalo, J.A. “Squeezed in the Middle: The Middle Status Trade Creativity for Focus.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2015. (Online only publication – citation is complete).

Goncalo, J.A., Vincent, L.C. and Krause, V. “The Liberating Consequences of Creative Work: How a Creative Outlet Lifts the Physical Burden of Secrecy.”  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 2015. (Online only publication – citation is complete).

Goncalo, J.A., Chatman, J. A., Duguid, M. M. and Kennedy, J.A. “Creativity from Constraint? How Political Correctness Influences Creativity in Mixed Sex Work Groups.” Administrative Science Quarterly. 2015. (Online only publication – citation is complete).

Mann, T. and Ferguson, M. J. “Can We Undo Our First Impressions? The Role of Reinterpretation in Reversing Implicit Evaluations.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,” 108: 823-849, 2015.

Mann, T., Cone, J. and Ferguson, M. J. “Social-Psychological Evidence for the Effective Updating of Implicit Attitudes.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 38: 32-33, 2015.

Pinch, T. “Between Technology and Music: Distributed Creativity and Liminal Spaces in the Early History of Electronic Music Synthesizers,” in Garud, R., Simpson, B., Langley, A., and Tsoukas, H. (eds.). The Emergence of Novelty in Organizations, 129-156, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Pinch, T. “Moments in the Valuation of Sound: the Early History of Synthesizers,” in Antal, A.B., Hutter, M., and Stark, D. (eds).  Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance, 15-36, New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Roach, M. and Sauermann, H. “Founder or Joiner? The Role of Preferences and Context in Shaping Different Entrepreneurial Interests.” Management Science, 61(9): 2160-2184, 2015.

Strang, D., David R. J., and Akhlaghpour S. “Coevolution in Management Fashion: an Agent-Based Model of Consultant-Driven Innovation.” American Journal of Sociology, 120: 1-39, 2015.

Strang, D. and Siler, K. “Revising as Reframing: Original Submissions vs Published Papers,” in Administrative Science Quarterly, 2005-2009. ” Sociological Theory, 32:1-26, 2015

Swedberg, R. “A Central but Forgotten Concept in Max Weber’s Sociology: ‘Orientation to Others,” in Gianluca Manzo (ed.). Theories and Social Mechanisms: Essays in Honour of Mohamed Cherkaoui, pp. 91-113. Oxford: Bardwell Press, 2015.

Swedberg, R. “Contractual Networks in Socio-Economic Perspective, the European Financial Crisis and the Role of Confidence”. in Stefan Grundmann, Florian Moslein and Karl Riesenhuber (eds.). Contract Governance: Dimensions in Law and Interdisciplinary Research, pp. 182-206, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Swedberg, R. “Joseph Schumpeter and Talcott Parsons”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 25: 215-22, 2015.

Swedberg, R. “The Pragmatic Maxim”, Perspectives: Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section 37, 1, 2015. Available at

Verhaal, C., Khessina, O.M. and Dobrev, S.D. “Oppositional Product Names, Organizational Identities, and Product Appeal.” In press, Organization Science 26(5): 1466-1484. 2015.

Whitehead, C. “Size Matters: Commercial Banks and the Capital Markets.” Ohio State Law Journal, 76(4), 2015. (Online only publication – citation is complete).

Whitehead, C. and S. Sepe. “Paying for Risk: Bankers, Compensation, and Competition.” Cornell Law Review. 2015. (Online only publication – citation is complete).

Whitehead, C. and S. Sepe. “Rethinking Chutes: Incentives, Investments, and Innovation.” Boston University Law Review, 95: 2027-2028, 2015.


Bar, T. and Leiponen, A. “Committees and Networking in Standard Setting.” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 23(1): 1-23, 2014.

Critcher, C. R. and Ferguson M. J. “The Cost of Keeping it Hidden: Decomposing Concealment Reveals What Makes it Depleting.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143: 721-735, 2014.

David, R., Sine, W., and Haveman, H. “Clear and Present Danger: Planning and New Venture Survival amid Political and Civil Violence.” Strategic Management Journal (earlier form published in the Academy of Management Conference Proceedings), 35(5): 773-785, 2014.

Ferguson, M. J., Carter, T. J. and Hassin, R. R. “Commentary on the Attempt to Replicate the Effect of the American Flag on increased Republican Attitudes. Social Psychology.” 45: 301-302. 2014.

Ferguson, M. J. and Mann, T. “Effects of Evaluation: An Example of Robust ‘Social’ Priming.” Social Cognition, 32: 33-46. 2014.

Ferguson, M. J., Mann, T.C. and Wojnowicz, M. “Rethinking Duality: Criticisms and Ways Forward,” invited chapter in J. Sherman, B. Gawronski, & Y. Trope (Eds.), Dual Process Theories of the Social Mind, pp. 578-594, Guilford Press 2014.

Leiponen, A. and Mitchell, W. “Innovation, Intellectual Property and Strategic Management.” Virtual Special Issue Introduction. 2014. DOI: 10.1002/smj.2282.

Pinch, T and Jarzabkowski P. “Sociomateriality is ‘the New Black’: Accomplishing Repurposing, Reinscripting and Repairing in Context.” Management, 16(5): 579-59, 2014.

Sauermann, H. and Roach M. “Not All Scientists Pay to be Scientists: PhDs’ Preferences for Publishing in Industrial Employment.” Research Policy, 43(1): 32-47. 2014.

Swedberg, R. “The Art of Social Theory.” Princeton University Press. 2014.

Swedberg, R. “Theorizing in the Social Sciences: The Context of Discovery.” Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2014.

Strang, D., and K. Patterson. “Asymmetries in Experiential and Vicarious Learning: Lessons from the Hiring and Firing of Baseball Managers.” Sociological Science, 1: 178-98, 2014.

Bogdan Vasi, I., Strang, D. and van den Rijt, A. “Tea and Sympathy: The Tea Party Movement and Republican Pre-Commitment to Radical Conservatism in the 2011 Debt Limit Crisis.” Mobilization, 19: 1-22, 2014.

Whitehead, C., Litov L.P.and Sepe S.M. “Lawyers and Fools: Lawyer-Directors in Public Corporations.” Georgetown Law Journal, 102: 413-480, 2014.


David, R., Sine, W. and Haveman, H. “Institutional Change, Form Entrepreneurship, and the Legitimation of New Organizational Forms.” Organization Science, 2013.

Delcamp, H. and Leiponen, A. “Special Issue on Innovating Standards Through Informal Consortia: The Case of Wireless Telecommunications.” NBER Working Paper #18179. International Journal for Industrial Organization special issue on Standards, Patents, and Innovation. 2013.

Ferguson, M. J. and Cone, J. “The Mind in Motivation: A Social Cognitive Perspective on the Role of Consciousness in Goal Pursuit,” invited chapter in Donal E. Carlston’s (ed.). Handbook of Social Cognition, pp. 476-496, Oxford University Press, 2013.

Fukukura, J., Helzer, E., and Ferguson, M.J. “Prospection By Any Other Name? A Reply to Seligmen et al.” Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8(2): 146-150, 2013.

Fukukura, J., Ferguson, M.J. and Fujita, K.. “Psychological Distance Can Improve Decision Making Under Information Overload via Gist Memory.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142: 658-665, 2013.

Kim, S.H., Vincent, L.C. and Goncalo, J.A. “Outside Advantage: Can Social Rejection Fuel Creative Thought?” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(3): 605-611, 2013.

Koutroumpis, P. and Leiponen, A. “Understanding the Value of (Big) Data.” Proceeding of the IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 2013.

Leiponen. A. “Intellectual Property Rights, Standards, and Innovation,” in Mark Dodgson, David Gann, and Nelson Phillips (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford University Press, 2013.

Pinch, T.  and Darr, A. “Performing Markets: Sales Work, Materiality and the Local Constitution of Social Obligation.” Organization Studies, 34: 1587-1600, 2013.

Pinch, T. “Tacit Knowledge and Realism and Constructivism in the Writings of Harry Collins.” Philosophia Scientiae, 17: 41-54, 2013.

Pinch, T., Bruni, A. and Schubert, C. “Technological Dense Environments: What For? What Next?” Technocienza, 4(2): 147-172, 2013.

Roach, M. and Cohen, W. “Lens or Prism? An Assessment of Patent Citations as a Measure of Knowledge Flows from Public Research.”  Management Science, 59(2): 504-525, 2013.

Sauermann, H. and Roach, M. “Increasing Web Survey Response Rates in Innovation Research: An Experimental Study of Static and Dynamic Contact Design Features.” Research Policy, 42(1): 273-286, 2013.

Strang, D. “Boomerang Diffusion at a Global Bank: National Culture and a Total Quality Initiative,” in G.S. Drori, M.A. Hollerer, and P. Walgenbach, (eds.). Global Themes and Local Variations in Organization and Management: Perspectives on Globalization, pp. 107-18, Routledge, 2013.

Swedberg, R. “The Financial Crisis in the U.S. 2008-2009: Losing and Restoring Confidence.” Socio-Economic Review, 11(3): 501-24, 2013.

Swedberg, R. “Foreword,” in Jocelyn Pixley and G.C. Harcourt (eds.), Financial Crises and the Nature of Capitalist Money, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Swedberg, R. “Message from the Chair: History of Sociology as the Working Memory of Sociology (Part 2),” Timelines, Newsletter of the ASA History of Sociology Section, 21: 1-2, 16, 2013.

Swedberg, R. “Joseph Schumpeter” in David Teece and Mie Augier (eds.), Palgrave Dictionary of Strategic Management, 2013.

Vincent, L.C.,Emich K. and Goncalo J.A. “Stretching the Moral Gray Zone: Positive Affect, Moral Disengagement and Dishonesty.” Psychological Science, 24(4): 595-599, 2013.

Whitehead, C. “Symposium- Law, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Articles.” Cornell Law Review, 98(6), 2013. (Online only publication – citation is complete).