Brayden King
Brayden King
Professor of Management, Northwestern University
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Social movements as extra-institutional entrepreneurs: The effect of protests on stock price returns
BG King, SA Soule
Administrative Science Quarterly 52 (3), 413-442, 2007
A political mediation model of corporate response to social movement activism
BG King
Administrative science quarterly 53 (3), 395-421, 2008
The contentiousness of markets: Politics, social movements, and institutional change in markets
BG King, NA Pearce
Annual review of sociology 36 (1), 249-267, 2010
Keeping up appearances: Reputational threat and impression management after social movement boycotts
MH McDonnell, B King
Administrative science quarterly 58 (3), 387-419, 2013
Perspective—Finding the organization in organizational theory: A meta-theory of the organization as a social actor
BG King, T Felin, DA Whetten
Organization science 21 (1), 290-305, 2010
Rethinking the relationship between reputation and legitimacy: A social actor conceptualization
BG King, DA Whetten
Corporate Reputation Review 11, 192-207, 2008
The practice of theory borrowing in organizational studies: Current issues and future directions
DA Whetten, T Felin, BG King
Journal of Management 35 (3), 537-563, 2009
A social movement perspective of stakeholder collective action and influence
B King
Business & Society 47 (1), 21-49, 2008
A dynamic process model of private politics: Activist targeting and corporate receptivity to social challenges
MH McDonnell, BG King, SA Soule
American sociological review 80 (3), 654-678, 2015
Social movements, risk perceptions, and economic outcomes: The effect of primary and secondary stakeholder activism on firms’ perceived environmental risk and financial performance
IB Vasi, BG King
American sociological review 77 (4), 573-596, 2012
The stages of the policy process and the equal rights amendment, 1972–1982
SA Soule, BG King
American Journal of Sociology 111 (6), 1871-1909, 2006
Social movements, civil society and corporations: Taking stock and looking ahead
FGA De Bakker, F Den Hond, B King, K Weber
Organization studies 34 (5-6), 573-593, 2013
Competition and resource partitioning in three social movement industries
SA Soule, BG King
American Journal of Sociology 113 (6), 1568-1610, 2008
The tactical disruptiveness of social movements: Sources of market and mediated disruption in corporate boycotts
BG King
Social Problems 58 (4), 491-517, 2011
Winning woman suffrage one step at a time: Social movements and the logic of the legislative process
BG King, M Cornwall, EC Dahlin
Social forces 83 (3), 1211-1234, 2005
Good firms, good targets: The relationship between corporate social responsibility, reputation, and activist targeting
B King, MH McDonnell
Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalizing World: Toward Effective …, 2012
Seeing stars: Matthew effects and status bias in major league baseball umpiring
JW Kim, BG King
Management Science 60 (11), 2619-2644, 2014
Protest and policymaking: Explaining fluctuation in congressional attention to rights issues, 1960–1986
BG King, KG Bentele, SA Soule
Social forces 86 (1), 137-163, 2007
Identity realization and organizational forms: Differentiation and consolidation of identities among Arizona's charter schools
BG King, ES Clemens, M Fry
Organization Science 22 (3), 554-572, 2011
Contracts as organizations
DG Smith
Ariz. L. Rev. 51, 1, 2009
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