Sub-theme 27: Scandals and Organization Studies

Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris, France
Marco Clemente, Aalto University, Finland
Joseph Porac, New York University, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, F5
Origins of Scandals 1/2
Chair: Joe Porac
Elizabeth Goodrick, Lee Jarvis, Bryant A. Hudson and David Moura
Owlcatraz: Of stadiums, scandals, and stigma’s echo
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Andrew Cane
Andrew Crane, Masoud Shadnam and Thomas B. Lawrence
Who calls it? Agents of the social construction of organizational moral failure
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Gary Abrahams
Gary Abrahams, Joanne Horton and Yuval Millo
Anglo-Irish and the social and organisational roots of the Irish banking crisis
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Bryant A. Hudson
GENERAL REMARK: Schedule for each paper discussion (Sessions I–VII):
• Presentation: 10 mins (note that the paper is presented by another participant = discussant)
• Further comments from the authors to complement the presentation: 5 mins
• Open discussion
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, F5
Origins of Scandals 2/2
Chair: Joe Porac
Marco Clemente and Robin Gustafsson
Understanding evaluativity in the climate change grand challenge: The biofuel trailblazer and the palm oil pathway
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Nilufer Yapici Hermann
Nilufer Yapici and Bryant A. Hudson
Mobilizing scandal to stop a deal: The politicization of cross-border M&As
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Hervé Laroche
Hervé Laroche, Christelle Théron and Véronique Steyer
Scandals and scams: lessons into the removal of doubt and suspicion
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Robin Gustafsson
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, F5
The Role of the Media
Chair: Marco Clemente
Tim R. Hannigan, James Wade, Joseph Porac, Scott Graffin and Jon Bundy
Social construction of scandal
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Maria Grafström
Maria Grafström and Karolina Windell
Media scandals as routine: The construction of corporate moral order
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Mark Badham
Mark Badham and Johanna Moisander
Scandalmongering agents: media as political actors contesting legitimacy struggles tied to scandals
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Tim Hannigan
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Consequences of Scandals 1/2 - Room: F5
Chair: Marco Clemente
Marcos Rego, Hélio Arthur Irigaray, Renato Chaves and Flávio Vasconcelos
From pride to shame: The side effects of Petrobras' national corruption scandal
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Elham Moonesirust
Elham Moonesirust
Paternalism and scandal: The case of Volkswagen
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Aharon Cohen-Mohliver
Aharon Cohen-Mohliver, Celia Moore and Jo-Ellen Pozner
Paying Attention to Misconduct: Differential Remedial Response to Misconduct After Sarbanes-Oxley*
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Anna Tyllström
Anna Tyllström and Lianne M. Lefsrud
Scandals as field-configuring events
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Marcos Lopez Rego
PLEASE NOTE: participants have the option to attend any of the parallel sessions or the corresponding session of the sub-theme 28.
Parallel Stream B: Consequences of Scandals 2/2 - Room: F4
Chair: Joseph F. Porac
Ivana Naumovska and Edward Zajac
A case of stock market prejudice? How Chinese firms were subject to guilt by categorization in the reverse merger bubble
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Agnes Andor
Agnes Andor
Diffusion of the Retraction Penalty: Stigma-by-association effects in academia
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Derin Kent
Derin Kent and M. Tina Dacin
Scandals and the organizational rally effect
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Alessandro Piazza
Alessandro Piazza and Julien Jourdan
When the dust settles: The consequences of scandals for organizational competition
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Ivana Naumovska
PLEASE NOTE: participants have the option to attend any of the parallel sessions or the corresponding session of the sub-theme 28.
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, F5
Repair Work and Responsibility Attribution 1/2
Chair: Rodolphe Durand
Marvin Washington, Benjamin Cole and Brian Soebbing
Drawing the line: How social control agents repair legitimacy after public scandals: Misconduct and the NFL
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Claus D. Jacobs
Claus D. Jacobs, Karin Kreutzer and Eero Vaara
On repairing organizational identity
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Ilya Okhmatovskiy
Ilya Okhmatovskiy and Donghoon Shin
Changing corporate governance in response to trust-damaging information
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Marvin Washington
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, F5
Repair Work and Responsibility Attribution 2/2
Chair: Rodolphe Durand
Romana Jess, Bruno Verweijen and Kristina Lauche
Mitigating a scandal in court: A dynamic interactional view on legitimacy repair involving multiple actors
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Joel Gehman
Chad Murphy, Shubha Patvardhan and Joel Gehman
Moral accounting in organizations: A process study of the U.S. Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Sonia Siraz
Sonia S. Siraz, Björn Claes and Julio De Castro
So you messed up… Now what? Making sense of post-scandal legitimacy
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Romana Jess
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, F5
Corruption, Misconduct and Scandals: Renewing the Research Agenda
Chair: Joseph F. Porac, Rodolphe Durand, Marco Clemente, Peter Fleming, Paul M. Hirsch & Stelios Zyglidopoulos
PLEASE NOTE: this is a joint-session with the sub-theme 28: "Shadows of Organizational Corruption: Renewing the Research Agenda".