Sub-theme 25: The Political Organization of Markets: Social Movements, Stakeholders and Non-market Strategy

Frank den Hond, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Forrest Briscoe, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Jocelyn M. Leitzinger, University of Michigan, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 113 (1st floor)
Movements: Adaptation, Persistence, and Failure
Chair: Forrest Briscoe, Jocelyn Leitzinger & Frank den Hond
Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari and Juliane Reinecke
Targets as allies or adversaries: An international framing perspective on the “activist’s dilemma”
Erynn Beaton, Nichole K. Wissman and Nardia Haigh
Up the creek? Resilience in a less successful social movement
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 113 (1st floor)
Movements, Interests and Outcomes
Chair: Jocelyn Leitzinger
Jenna E. Myers and Katherine Kellogg
Administrative activism: The role of state actors in institutional field transformation
Edward J. Carberry and Edward Zajac
Understanding the resilience of corporate practices in the face of societal criticism: Substance and symbol in executive compensation after Enron
Leanne Hedberg, Maria Paola Ometto and
Institutional change as the cultural and biographical outcomes of social movements
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 113 (1st floor)
Corporate Advocacy and Stakeholders
Chair: Frank den Hond
Mary-Hunter McDonnell and Timothy Werner
Into the dark: Shifts in corporate political strategy after a reputational threat
Yuna Reis Fontoura and Alketa Peci
Competing visions in political mobilization: International civil society in GMO arena
Ishva Minefee
Fighting fire with fire: Royal Dutch/Shell's responses to anti-Apartheid activists' divestment pressures, 1986–1990
Rajiv Maher
Biting the corporate hand that feeds the community: The role of pragmatism in successfully resisting a multinational energy corporation
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 113 (1st floor)
Movements, Targets and Framing
Chair: Forrest Briscoe
Shon Hiatt and W. Chad Carlos
From farms to fuel tanks: Influence of stakeholder framing contests on market meaning and firm entry in the emergent U.S. biodiesel sector
Ion B. Vasi and Michael Sauder
Beyond Petroleum? The Emergence of Alternative Fuel Markets in the United States, 1993-2015.
Jocelyn M. Leitzinger and Robert David
Too many cooks in the kitchen? How social movement composition impacts market category emergence
Aurélie Toivonen and Ignasi Martí
Let’s clean up and bring some order here! Moral regulation and the building of modern markets in Yaoundé, Cameroon
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30
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Parallel Stream A: Movements, Markets and Categories - Room: SP 113 (1st floor)
Chair: Jocelyn Leitzinger
Ana M. Aranda, Helen Etchanchu and Jonne Guyt
Agenda-setting in contested issue fields: A topic model approach of the US tobacco industry between 1969 and 2016
Matthew Lee, Tommaso Ramus and Antonino Vaccaro
From protest to product: strategic frame brokerage in a commercial social movement organization
Edward T. Walker and Ion B. Vasi
The situation room: Stigma management and the claims-making of contested industry groups
Parallel Stream B: Corporate Responses to Movements - Room: SP 114 (1st floor)
Chair: Forrest Briscoe
Kate Odziemkowska and VWitold Jerzy Henisz
Webs of influence: National stakeholder fields and corporate social performance
Kirsti Iivonen
Corporate activism and social movements: Understanding corporate social advocacy
Jisun Yu and Yuson Jung
Understanding the firm as a movement actor for positive social change: A case study of Whole Foods Market in Detroit
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Field and Movement Structure - Room: SP 113 (1st floor)
Chair: Jocelyn Leitzinger
Michel W. Lander, Pursey P.M.A.R. Heugens and Marc van Essen
Paving the way to sobriety? A process model of temperance movement’s alliance formation and goal effectiveness in Scotch whisky distilling, 1820–1940
Edward Walker, Tijs Adriaan van den Broek, Michel L. Ehrenhard and Anna Priante
Community and coordination: A multi-level analysis of social movement team diversity’s influence on fundraising effectiveness
Jegoo Lee
Connected but not beholden: Effective networks and institutional logics in shareholder engagement
Andrew W. Martin and Marc D. Dixon
The institutionalization of anti-corporate protest
Parallel Stream B: New Theoretical Lenses on Movements & Markets - Room: SP 114 (1st floor)
Chair: Frank den Hond
Frédéric Dufays and Noreen O'Shea
Resisting colonization: Conceptualizing the political action of cooperatives in a Habermasian perspective
Christian Schroeder and Mikko Laamanen
“Omnia sunt communia!” Using Popitz’ theory of power to understand institutionalizing dynamics of power in the commons movement
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 113 (1st floor)
Market Categories and Meanings
Chair: Frank den Hond, Jocelyn Leitzinger & Forrest Briscoe
Jennifer Woolley, Jo-Ellen Pozner and Michaela DeSoucey
The rejection of socially conscious labels in the bean-to-bar chocolate market
Stephan D. Manning
Will firms and consumers care? How product commoditization affects sustainability certification