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Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation

Symposium 2015

Our sixth annual Reputation Symposium took place at Corpus Christi College, 2-4 September. The complete programme can be found here. The papers that were presented are listed below with their presenters, and the annual awards for Best Dissertation and Best Published Paper 2014 are here.

Re-Donning a Lost Halo: Accounting for the Stability of Reputational Orderings
Cassandra Aceves, Doctoral Student, University of Michigan

The Cosmetics of Leadership: Understanding the Fading Effects of CEO Assertiveness and Charisma on Market Performance
Federico Aime, Associate Professor, William S. Spears Chair of Business Administration, Spears School of Business, Pennsylvania State University

As You Sow So Shall You Reap? Word-of-Mouth Spillovers in Seeding Campaigns
Yakov Bart, Assistant Professor of Marketing, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

Organisational (Dis) Identification, Reputation, And Stakeholders’ Reactions to Negative Events
Jonathan Bundy, Assistant Professor of Management and Organisation, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University

Underwriter Effort and Reputation Acquisition in Primary Equity Markets
Walid Y. Busaba, Associate Professor of Finance, Ivey Business School at Western University

Is Corporate Reputation a Buffer or a Lightning Rod? How Character and Capability Influence Reactions to Negative Events
Donald Conlon, Eli Broad Professor of Management, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University

The Evolution of Celebrity Entrepreneurs
Kevin Curran, Doctoral candidate, Cass Business School

‘A Deeper Relationship With Dining’: Authentic Organisational Experiences in PopUp and Underground Restaurants
Daphne Demetry, Research Associate, Oxford Universiy Centre for Corporate Reputation

Transferring Celebrity from the CEO to the Organisation: An Exploratory Study
Laura D’Oria, Doctoral candidate, University of Tennessee

Organisational History and Reputation: A Perspective from the Field
Davis Dyer, Co-Founder and Director, The Winthrop Group, Inc.

Was Brandeis Wrong? Reputation and the Diffusion of Financial Innovations
Cristie Ford, Associate Professor and Director, Centre for Business Law; Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia

Do Women at the Top Still Shop? The Influence of Upper Echelon Member Gender on Strategic Investment Behaviour and The Moderating Effect of Reputation
Daniel L. Gamache, Assistant Professor, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia

The Effect of Character and Capability Cues on Corporate Reputation and Product Value Evaluation: An Experimental Study
Patrick Haack, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics, Strategy Department, HEC Lausanne, Switzerland

The Situated Making of Historical Time, and Vice Versa
Tor Hernes, Professor of Organisation Theory, Copenhagen Business School

Personal Lending Relationships
Stephen Karolyi, Assistant Professor, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

The Organisational Shadow: Sources and Strategies
David A. Kirsch, Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

The Gender Gap Reversed: Gender and CEOs’ Original Severance Agreements
Felice Klein, Assistant Professor, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State University

Market Basket: Anatomy of a Multi-Stakeholder Protest
Daniel Korschun, Associate Professor of Marketing and Fellow of the Center for Corporate Reputation Management and the Center for Corporate Governance, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University

Foiled Again: Reputation and Identity Development of the Referent Other
Don Lange, Associate Professor, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

Media Capture: How Inter-organisational Ties Shape Media Coverage
Jun Ho Lee, Doctoral candidate, Department of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Big Wigs: The Reputations of UK Judges by Citation Analysis
Tim Hannigan, Assistant Professor of Organization Theory and Entrepreneurship, University of Alberta School of Business; formerly Research Fellow, Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation

Playing the Gender Card: Shareholder Perceptions of Female Leadership
Abbie Oliver, Doctoral Candidate in Strategic Management, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia

Why Do We Interact with Others Online and What It Means for Companies
Mikolaj Piskorski Professor of Strategy and Innovation, IMD

The Stuff of Legends: Material Memory, Mnemonic Practices, and Organisational Identity Work
Davide Ravasi Professor of Management, Cass Business School; Violina Rindova, Ralph B. Thomas Professor in Business, Department of Management, McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin

Historicising in Organisations: The Micro-Processes of Using History in Carlsberg Group
Majken Schultz, Professor, Department of Organisation, Copenhagen Business School; Mary Jo Hatch, C. Coleman McGehee Eminent Scholars Research Professor of Banking and Commerce, Emerita, University of Virginia

Misconduct Risk
Christina Parajon Skinner, Associate in Law, Columbia Law School

The Facebook Genome Project: What Drives Engagement with Branded Social Media Content on Facebook?
Andrew T. Stephen, L’Oréal Professor of Marketing, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

Temporality and Bureaucratic Reputation in Standard Setting Organisations: A Historical Perspective
JoAnne Yates, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management, MIT

Fraud and Emerging Market Participation
Christopher B. Yenkey, Assistant Professor of Organisations and Strategy, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Celebrity or Infamy? The Consequences of Media Narratives about Organisational Identity
Anastasiya Zavyalova, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University