Upcoming Speakers

Dr. Brayden KingDr. Brayden King, Northwestern University

Date: January 19, 2018
Time: 10:30-12:00pm
Location: Room 575
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About the speaker

Brayden King is the Max McGraw Chair of Management and the Environment and a professor of Management and Organizations. He is also affiliated with the Department of Sociology. Professor King's research focuses on how social movement activists influence corporate social responsibility, organizational change, and legislative policymaking.

He also studies the ways in which the reputations and identities of businesses and social movement organizations emerge and change. Professor King is an international research fellow at the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation. Learn more


2017-2018 Upcoming CSSO Research Seminar Speakers

Oct 20 Rodrigo Canales
(Yale)
10:30-12:00
Room 245
Nov 17 Adam Cobb
(University of Pennsylvania)
10:30-12:00
Room 245
Dec 1 Gino Cattani
(Leonard N. Stern School of Business)
10:30-12:00
Room 410
Jan 19 Brayden King
(Kellogg School of Management,
Northwestern University)
10:30-12:00
Room 575
Feb 16 John Levy Martin
(The University of Chicago)
10:30-12:00
Room 575
Mar 16 Mukti Khaire
(Cornell Tech)
10:30-12:00
Room 575
Apr 17 Andrew Shipilov
(Cornell Tech)
10:30-12:00
Room 245
Apr 27 Wendy Smith
(University of Delaware)
10:30-12:00
Room 210
May 4 Tom Lawrence
(University of Oxford)
10:30-12:00
Room 575

A light lunch (12:00-12:30) will follow immediately after the presentation, followed by a workshop for all PhD students in the joint doctoral program (12:30-1:30)

PDF icon csso_seminar_series_2017-2018.pdf


Past Speakers

2016-2017

September 16

Joseph Galaskiewicz*
(University of Arizona)

February 17

Ivana Katic
(Yale)

March 17

Ming Leung
(Berkeley)

April 21

Roberto Fernandez
(MIT)
Joint with OB

May 19

Rodrigo Canales
(Yale School of Management)

* In addition to the regular research seminar, Prof. Galaskiewicz will hold a professional development workshop from 4-6pm at the Faculty Club

csso_seminar_series_2016-17.pdf

2015-2016

September 18

Greta Hsu
(UC Davis Graduate School of Management)

October 16

Jeff Loewenstein
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

March 18

Patricia Thornton
(Texas A&M)

April 18

Joep Cornelissen
(Rotterdam School of Management)

May 20

Damon Phillips (Joint with OB)
(Columbia Business School)

csso_seminar_series_2015-16.pdf

2014-2015

September 19

Johnny Boghossian
(Ph.D. student job talk)

October 17

Ilya Okhmatovskiy
(McGill University)

November 21

David Strang
(Cornell University)

January 16

Paul Ingram
(Columbia University)

February 20

Michael Macy
(Cornell University)

March 13

Christopher Liu
(Rotman)

March 20

Diane Burton
(Cornell University)

May 15

Matt Kraatz
(University of Illinois)

csso_seminar_series_2014-15.pdf

2013-2014

November 15

Trish Reay
(U. of Alberta)

February 21

Roy Suddaby
(U. of Alberta)

March 14

Igor Filatotchev
(City University London)

April 11

William Barnett
(Stanford University)

May 16

Martin Ruef
(Duke)

csso_seminar_series_2013-14.pdf

2012-2013

September 28

Abhirup Chakrabarti
(McGill University)

October 19

Marc Schneiberg
(Reed College)

November 2

Tammar Zilber
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

March 15

Lourdes Sosa
(London Business School)

April 5

Tim Pollock
(Penn State)

April 12

Tim Rowley
(University of Toronto)

April 19

Trish Reay
(University of Alberta)

May 3

Mary-Yoko Brannen
(University of Victoria)

May 10

Anand Swaminathan
(Emory)

csso_seminar_series_2012-13.pdf

2011-2012

October 28

Klaus Weber
(Northwestern)

November 18

TBA

January 27

Nicole Woosley Biggart
(UC Davis)*

February 17

Howard Aldrich
(UNC)*

March 23

Nelson Phillips
(Imperial)

April 27

Jason Davis
(MIT)

May 11

Laszlo Tihanyi
(Texas A&M)

(*) will also give an informal, evening talk on the Wednesday prior.

csso_seminar_series_2011-12.pdf

2010-2011

September 24

Brandon Lee
(London Business School)

October 22

Ann Terlaak
(University of Wisconsin)

November 19

Abhijit Gosh
(McGill University)

January 14

Paul Hirsch
(Kellogg School, Northwestern)

February 18

Chris Marquis
(Harvard Business School)

March 25

Andy Spicer
(University of South Carolina)

May 13

Peer Fiss
(University of Southern California)

(*) Paul Hirsch will also give an informal, evening talk about the evolution of his career on Wednesday, January 12

csso seminar_series 2010-11.pdf