Sub-theme 57: The Multiplicity of Institutional Logics

Michael Lounsbury, University of Alberta School of Business, Canada
William Ocasio, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, USA
Patricia H. Thornton, Texas A&M University and Stanford University, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, PHR s20 (ground floor)
Opening Plenary
Chair: Michael Lounsbury
Nancy DiTomaso
Diversity, inequality, and the “rights of man”
Riccardo Fini, Julien Jourdan and Markus Perkmann
Social valuation across multiple audiences: The interplay of ability and identity judgments
Anne L. Washington
A crisis of logics: Vocabulary shifts in 2007–2008 monetary policy
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Competing Logics - Room: PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: Anne L. Washington
Ziad Elsahn and Stefan Korber
Competing institutional logics within organizations: The role of institutional intrapreneurs
Tim Seidenschnur, Georg Krücken, Rick Vogel and Julia Galwa
Competing logics at universities – How external consultants are constituted as legitimate actors
Joshua T. Brown
Coupling logics in complex institutional contexts
Monica Andersson Bäck and Gunilla Avby
Identity work of successful primary care managers and competing institutional logics
Parallel Stream B: Culture, Meaning & Logics - Room: PHR 120 (1st floor)
Chair: Paolo Quattrone
Sara Winterstorm Värlander, Kim Klyver and Ingela Sölvell
Culture as motivation and justification in entrepreneurship: A dual cultural framework
Kathryn Hartwell, Gerardo Patriotta and Simona Spedale
Navigating transitions in institutional logics: Changes in organizational identity at a UK law firm
Holly Patrick and Barbara Townley
The importance of being earnest: Managing organisational identity and legitimacy in the complex institutional environment of the theatre
Parallel Stream C: Microdynamics of Logics - Room: PHR 320 (3rd floor)
Chair: Vanessa Pouthier
Linh Chi Vo and Diana C. Santistevan
Microfoundations of institutional complexity: Delineating the difference between individual responses
Helle Nissen
Making sense of a new institutional logic: The case of a metal firm manager’s interaction with designers
Helle Nissen, Majbritt Evald and Ann Clarke
How materialization of multiple institutional logics shape new innovative solutions through interacting individuals
Angelika Striedinger
Analyzing individual responses to institutional complexity through the perspective of social identity. The case of gender equality work in universities
Parallel Stream D: Sustainability & Logics I - Room: PHR 417 (4th floor)
Chair: Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido
Jingjing Weng, Jia-Yin Jhang, Li-Hsiang Yi, Chun Heng Chou and Ying-Che Hsieh
From NPO to social enterprise, the changes in institutional logic
Gesa Griese, Stefanie Hiß and Sebastian Nagel
Legitimize banking: The institutional logic of sustainability in the German banking industry
Christian Busse, Alexander Regelmann and Miriam Wilhelm
Symbiosis of institutional logics: Decision-making processes surrounding carbon abatement in a large chemical firm
Elina Meliou and Tim Edwards
Explaining responsible leadership: Social complexity, relational reflexivity and responsible practices
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Nation-State Logics I - Room: PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: Monica Andersson Bäck
Debabrata Chatterjee, Sreevas Sahasranamam and Sreevas Sahasranamam
Global institutional logics & the moderating influence of national institutional field structures on organizational outcomes
Christiane Chihadeh
Changing institutional logics: A discussion of the shift from nationalisation to privatisation in the British energy sector 1980–2000
Serdal Gürses and Ali Danışman
Constellations of multiple institutional logics at micro level: Investigating the practices of physicians in the Turkish health care field
Daniel Milner
Like oil and water: An institutional logics view of the 2013 neoliberal reforms to Mexico’s petroleum sector
Parallel Stream B: Values & Valuation - Room: PHR 120 (1st floor)
Chair: Julien Jourdan
Kevin McSweeney, Jordan McSweeney and Patricia H. Thornton
A call to action: Values and their effects on institutional logics
Jordan McSweeney, Kevin McSweeney, Joel Gehman and Erin Bass
What do you value? How an Institutional logic's value sphere becomes constructed to influence fracking enforcement across states
Vanessa Pouthier and Erica Coslor
Institutional logics in valuation processes: The contested territory of museum collections
Emre Tarim and Yu-Hsiang Chen
Retail investor logics or what constitutes good practice in emerging equity markets? The case of Taiwan and Turkey
Parallel Stream C: Logics & Organizing - Room: PHR 320 (3rd floor)
Chair: Ling Yang
Kevin Chuah
Hierarchical interorganizational influence and corporate governance: The interaction of institutional logics and resource dependence
Peter Andersen
Designing IT governance: Understanding the interplay between institutional logics and IT governance
Siri B. Borlaug and Taran M. Thune
Growing similar but apart – Converging institutional logics, external pressures and reshaped organisational relationships
Peter Schou
Reconciling multiple logics in organizations with tight fit: The need for motivation alignment
Parallel Stream D: Entrepreneurs & Entrepreneurship - Room: PHR 417 (4th floor)
Chair: Tyler Wry
Caroline E. Nowacki and Ashby Monk
How a sovereign fund shaped its social network to become a successful institutional entrepreneur
Simone Pulcher, Marco Guerci and Thomas Köllen
Bringing lesbian- and gay-friendliness into the corporate world: The diffusion of controversial diversity management practices through the lens of institutional entrepreneurship
Lena Högberg
Making sense of multiple institutional logics in a public market for home-care: Producing caring entrepreneurial bureaucrats and bureaucratic care entrepreneurs
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Hybrid Organizing - Room: PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: Kevin McSweeney
Bjoern C. Mitzinneck and Marya L. Besharov
Institutionalizing compromise: Avoiding logic tensions in hybrid organizing
Cleo Silvestri, Markus Perkmann and Paola Criscuolo
Organizational identification in hybrid organizations
Helmut K. Anheier and Gorgi Krlev
More than logics: A stakeholder theory of hybridity and agency
Abdullah Kiray and Oktay Koc
When hybrids fail: Addressing responses from within hybrids through the case of Turkish university hospitals
Parallel Stream B: Logic Complementarity - Room: PHR 120 (1st floor)
Chair: Kim Klyver
Tyler Wry and Eric Zhao
Taking tradeoffs seriously: Investigating the contextual contingency of logic compatibility
Lucilaine Pascuci, Victor Meyer Jr., João Marcelo Crubellate and Rogério Toresani
Managing the multiplicity of institutional logics and sensemaking: Challenges to analyze the effectiveness of social public policy
Noëlle Singer, Hendrikje Brüning and Carolin Decker-Lange
Institutional logics and fit in networks: The case of the Leibniz research museums in Germany
Parallel Stream C: Social Change - Room: PHR 320 (3rd floor)
Chair: Shipeng Yan
Johanna Raitis and Innan Sasaki
Temporal dimension of community logic – A multinational enterprise and a rural village in Finland
Ling Yang, Jane Lu, Dean Xu and Jinxing Qu
Co-evolution of multiple institutional logics: The adoption of old-age insurance practice in Chinese private-owned enterprises
Silvio Eduardo Alvarez Candido and Mário Sacomano Neto
The emergence of PETE recycling practices in Brazil: Multiple fields and institutional logics
Parallel Stream D: Logics & Practice - Room: PHR 417 (4th floor)
Chair: Gerardo Patriotta
Hille Bruns and Elizabeth Long Lingo
DNA and lovesongs: Optimization within the collective creative process
Shohei Funatsu and Yasuo Sugiyama
Inherent logic multiplicity and deposition of institutional logic: Qualitative study on open innovation
Terry McNulty and Abigail Stewart
The courts and business judgement: Institutional orders, logics and practice
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Sustainability & Logics II - Room: PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: Stefanie Hiß
Shipeng Yan, Juan Almandoz and Fabrizio Ferraro
When logic flows: How environmental logic in the investment field makes firms greener
Nontuthuzelo Mashaba and Fabio Fonti
Attending multiple logics when “doing good”: The influence of internal and external fit on CSR activities outcomes
Aoife Haney and Johannes Meuer
Talking about renewable energy: The formation of a new field's identity
Parallel Stream B: Logics Vocabularies and Discourses - Room: PHR 120 (1st floor)
Chair: Christopher Steele
Sarah Maire and Sébastien Liarte
'Through the looking-glass': Revealing institutional logics through their visualisation
S. Kubra Canhilal and Benedetto Lepori
Investigating the structure of institutional complexity: A linguistic approach
Stefano Tasselli, Paola Zappa and Alessandro Lomi
Bridging with meaning: An empirical study of organizational vocabularies and communication networks in organizations
Parallel Stream C: Theoretical Issues - Room: PHR 320 (3rd floor)
Chair: Caroline E. Nowacki
Matthieu Lardeau
Do institutional logics fit the micro-level perspective? Unfolding the macro concept in sub-institutional logics
Andrea Carlo Lo Verso, Cristina Boari and Simone Ferriani
The generative interactions among institutional logics: How multiple discourses construct an emerging field
Eliane Dulude and Peter Milley
Investigating the tensions and contradictions of multiple institutional logics: The case of accountability forms related to data-informed decision-making in and the operationalisation of “Good” educational organizations
Mallika Banerjee and Mamta Bhatt
From lenient to focused categories: Examining how changes in institutional logics affect the evolution of categories
Parallel Stream D: Institutional Complexity - Room: PHR 417 (4th floor)
Chair: Robert Bauer
Siavash Farahbakhsh and Alessandro Narduzzo
Modeling the complexity of institutional logics
Virginie Svenningsen-Berthélem
Development, forms and effects of governance structures for enabling sustainable coexistence of balanced institutional logics: case study in new French energy R&D collaborative organizations
Mathilde Sanders-van Balkom, Hans van Oosterhout and Vareska van de Vrande
Institutional complexity and ownership filters in the news media field
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Nation-State Logics II - Room: PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: Erica Coslor
Farzad R. Khan and Faiza Muhammad
Recoupling institutional logics through institutional work: The case study of the Pakistani judiciary’s struggle for independence
Milo Shaoqing Wang and Christopher Steele
Socializing the market: Institutional de-composition and re-composition during Chinese marketization, 1978–2004
Sunhyuk Kim, Kiwon Jung, Grimm Noh and Dongyoub Shin
Social movement as a platform of interinstitutional system: Interfield variations of institutional logics and agency dynamics, and post-movement divergence of activist artists in Korean Minjung arts
Martin Kunze, Stephan Bohn and Maik Günther
Stressed and shattered: Field-level change and consequences of high degree complexity in the German energy market
Parallel Stream B: Logic Collaboration - Room: PHR 120 (1st floor)
Chair: Markus Perkmann
Vanessa Pouthier
The emergence of collaboration amidst institutional complexity: A model of interactional fluidity
Candace Jones and Taehyun Lee
From competitors to complementors: The professional logics of architects and engineers in the development of reinforced concrete
Arthur Gautier, Anne-Claire Pache and Filipe Santos
The making of hybridizers: Exploring how individuals combine competing institutional logics
Parallel Stream C: Religion & Logics - Room: PHR 320 (3rd floor)
Chair: Elizabeth Long-Lingo
Aljaohra Altuwaijri, Ian Thomson and George Georgiou
Corporate responsibility reporting and institutional logics: Oil, the state and religion
Jose Bento da Silva and Paolo Quattrone
Manufacturing indifference – The Jesuit ‘way of organising’
Saad Alsubaiei
Struggles of practicability: How Islamic Awqaf reconcile multiple institutional logics
Parallel Stream D: Dynamics of Logic Multiplicity - Room: PHR 417 (4th floor)
Chair: Angelika Striedinger
Valérie Pallas, Evelyne Rousselet and Pascale Château Terrisse
Strategic responses to competing institutional logics in organizations with a dominant logic: The case of a commercial bank entering the field of microfinance
Nazlı Senol
Relational pluralism and practice variation
Jieun Ryu
Meaning struggles as a reaction to institutional pressures: Multiplicity of social enterprise
Robert Bauer and Daved Barry
Poison or tonic? Multiplicity within and between institutional logics
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, PHR s20 (ground floor)
Chair: William Ocasio
Panel: Patricia Thornton, Christopher Steele, Candace Jones & Gerardo Patriotta