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Devers CE, Mishina Y, 2019, Comments on Stigma Versus Legitimacy, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INQUIRY, Vol: 28, Pages: 16-21, ISSN: 1056-4926
Gomulya D, Mishina Y, 2017, SIGNALER CREDIBILITY, SIGNAL SUSCEPTIBILITY, AND RELATIVE RELIANCE ON SIGNALS: HOW STAKEHOLDERS CHANGE THEIR EVALUATIVE PROCESSES AFTER VIOLATION OF EXPECTATIONS AND REHABILITATIVE EFFORTS, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 60, Pages: 554-583, ISSN: 0001-4273
Pollock TG, Mishina Y, Seo Y, 2016, Falling stars: Celebrity, infamy, and the fall from (and return to) grace, Organizational Wrongdoing Key Perspectives and New Directions, Editors: Palmer, Greenwood, Smith-Crowe, Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Pages: 235-269, ISBN: 9781107117716
We extend the wrongdoing literature by emphasizing that wrongdoing is constructed by social control agents, that there are a wider variety of social control agents than the wrongdoing literature has typically considered, and that a wider variety ...
Mishina Y, 2016, Capability reputations, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation, Editors: Carroll, Publisher: SAGE Publications, Pages: 95-97, ISBN: 9781483376530
The work concludes with a comprehensive Index, which—in the electronic version—combines with the Reader’s Guide and Cross-References to provide thorough search-and-browse capabilities
Mishina Y, Devers CE, 2012, On being bad: Why stigma is not the same as a bad reputation, The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation, Editors: Barnett, Pollock, Oxford, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Pages: 201-220, ISBN: 978-0-19-959670-6
Scholars often characterize negatively evaluated organizations as stigmatized, having a bad reputation, or both. Despite the appeal of treating bad reputation and stigma equivalently, such characterizations obscure the boundaries between these theoretically distinct constructs. In this chapter, we explicate the similarities and differences between organizational reputation and stigma. We then explore the complex interrelationships between them by examining how an existing reputation may prevent or exacerbate the infliction and diffusion of a stigma. We conclude by offering a research agenda designed to allow scholars to more effectively discuss, measure, and evaluate these social evaluation constructs.
Mishina Y, Block ES, Mannor MJ, 2012, The path dependence of organizational reputation: how social judgment influences assessments of capability and character, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 33, Pages: 459-477, ISSN: 0143-2095
Mishina Y, Dykes BJ, Block ES, et al., 2010, WHY "GOOD" FIRMS DO BAD THINGS: THE EFFECTS OF HIGH ASPIRATIONS, HIGH EXPECTATIONS, AND PROMINENCE ON THE INCIDENCE OF CORPORATE ILLEGALITY, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 53, Pages: 701-722, ISSN: 0001-4273
Mishina Y, Pollock TG, Porac JF, 2004, Are more resources always better for growth? Resource stickiness in market and product expansion, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 25, Pages: 1179-1197, ISSN: 0143-2095
Porac JF, Ventresca M, Mishina Y, 2002, Interorganizational cognition and interpretation, Companion to Organizations, Editors: Baum, Oxford, Publisher: Blackwell, Pages: 579-598
Porac JF, Mishina Y, Pollock TG, 2002, Entrepreneurial narratives and the dominant logics of high growth firms., Mapping Strategic Knowledge, Editors: Huff, Jenkins, Thousand Oaks, CA, Publisher: Sage, Pages: 112-136
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