Publications

Jo-Ellen Pozner and Jared D. Harris. 2016. Who Bears the Brunt? A Review and Research Agenda for the Consequences of Organizational Wrongdoing for Individuals. In D. Palmer, R. Greenwood, & K. Smith-Crowe (Eds.), Organizational Wrongdoing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Paul M. Hirsch, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Mary Katherine Stimmer. 2016. Shattering Glass-Steagall: The Power of Financial Industries to Overcome Restraints. In I. Ertürk and D. Gabor (Editors). The Routledge Companion To Banking Regulation And Reform. London: Routledge. 

Jo-Ellen Pozner and Katarina Sikavica. 2013. Paradise Sold: Resource Partitioning, Identity and Strategy in the Organic Farming Industry.   In Special Issue on Social Movements, Civil Society and Corporations. Organization Studies.  Organization Studies, 34 (5-6): 623-651.

Jo-Ellen Pozner. 2012. Departure Status: The Effect of Dissolving Ties with a Misconduct Firm on Director Labor Market Outcomes.  Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.

Jo-Ellen Pozner, Mary Kate Stimmler and Paul M. Hirsch. 2010. Terminal Isomorphism and the Self-Destructive Potential of Success: Lessons from Subprime Mortgage Origination and Securitization.  In Markets on Trial: The Economic Sociology of the U.S. Financial Crisis. Lounsbury, M. & Hirsch, P.M. (Editors). Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 30A: 183–215.

Henrich Greve, Donald Palmer, and Jo-Ellen Pozner.  2010.  Organizations Gone Wild: The Causes, Processes, and Consequences of Organizational Misconduct. The Academy of Management Annals, 4(1): 53-107.

Jo-Ellen Pozner.  2009. The Privacy Advocates (Book Review).  Administrative Science Quarterly, 54(2): 334-337.

Jo-Ellen Pozner. 2008. Stigma and Settling Up: An Integrated Approach to the Consequences of Organizational Misconduct for Organizational Elites. Journal of Business Ethics, 80(1): 141-150.

Michaela DeSoucey, Jo-Ellen Pozner, Corey Fields, Kerry Dobransky, and Gary Alan Fine. 2008. Memory and Sacrifice: An Embodied Theory of Martyrdom. Cultural Sociology, 2(1): 97-119.

Leigh Thompson and Jo-Ellen Pozner. 2007. Organizational Behavior.  In Social psychology: A handbook of basic principles (2nd ed.) Higgins, E. T., & Kruglanski, A. W. (Editors). New York: Guilford Press: 913-939.

Henrich Greve, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Hayagreeva Rao. 2006.  Vox Populi: Resource Partitioning, Organizational Proliferation and the Cultural Impact of the Insurgent Micro-Radio Movement. American Journal of Sociology, 112(3): 802-837.

Henrich Greve, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Hayagreeva Rao. 2010.  Vox Veritatis: Reply to Brinson. American Journal of Sociology, 116(2): 656-662.

Jo-Ellen Pozner and Hayagreeva Rao.  2006. Fighting a Common Foe: Enmity, Identity and Cooperative Strategy.  In Ecology and Strategy. Baum, Joel A.C., Dobrev Stanislav D., & van Witteloostuijn, Arjen (Editors). Advances in Strategic Management, 23: 445-479.

Paul Hirsch and Jo-Ellen Pozner. 2005. To Avoid Surprises, Acknowledge the Dark Side: Illustrations from Securities Analysts.Strategic Organization, 3 (2): 229-238.

 

Manuscripts Under Review and Working Papers

Jo-Ellen Pozner, Emily Block, and Karen Patterson.  Creative Positioning: Niche Width, Niche Overlap, and Innovation in Television Programming, 1980-2009.  

Jo-Ellen Pozner and Kelly Patterson. Status Spillovers and Director Labor Market Outcomes Following Misconduct. 

Jo-Ellen Pozner, Aharon Cohen Mohliver, and Celia Moore.  Paying Attention to Misconduct: How Firm Misconduct is Interpreted Differently in the Post-Sarbanes-Oxley Era. (Finalist, Best Empirical Paper on Environmental and Social Practice Award, OMT Division, Academy of Management, 2015.)

Jo-Ellen Pozner, Ivana Naumovska, and Edward Zajac. High Performance Language: The Symbolic Management of Quarterly Earnings.

Jo-Ellen Pozner, Cameron Verhaal, Katarina Sikavica, Michaela DeSoucey, and Emily Block. Bottle Revolution: Constructing Producer and Consumer Identity in the Craft Beer Industry.

Elliot Sherman, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Barry Staw. Individuals’ Reputation Repair in the Wake of Scandal.

Celia Moore, Aharon Cohen Mohliver, Colleen Stuart and Jo-Ellen Pozner.  Recidivism in Organizational Misconduct.

Jo-Ellen Pozner and David Gomulya.  Attributions and Stigma in Insider and Outsider Turnover Following Misconduct.