Sub-theme 12: [SWG] Institutions, Innovation, Impact: How to Conduct Institutional Research that Really Matters

Tim R. Hannigan, University of Alberta, Canada
Dennis Jancsary, WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Tammar B. Zilber, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Frontiers in Method and Theory
Chair: Dennis Jancsary
Trish Reay, Elizabeth Goodrick, April Wright, Elizabeth Goodrick and April L. Wright
How can you manage huge volumes of qualitative data in ways that lead to strong theoretical contributions?
Jane Bjørn Vedel, Søren Lund Frandsen, Moritz Kleinaltenkamp and Vera Simoneit
A review of theory-method packages in empirical institutional research: Recognizing the temporality of research practices
The session will start with a brief introduction by the convenors.
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Novel Approaches to Methodology in Institutional Theory
Chair: Bernard Forgues
Jonas Cedergren, Sophie Cappelen and Malia Carvalho
Capturing processes of translation
Ashley Metz and Florian Keusch
Sensor- and smartphone-based data collection in organization studies and management
Katia Dupret, Elen Riot, Tsetelina Marinova and Elen Riot
Life and Death of a Cooperative in times of Crisis: On the Influence of Time, Voices and Affectivity on Organizations and Institutions
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Studying Shifts in Discourse and Knowledge
Chair: Trish Reay
Marta Villamor Martin, David Kirsch and Fabian Prieto-Nañez
The lifecycle of an institutional void: Satellite television pirates of the Caribbean Basin
Julian Barg and Mark J. Zbaracki
Text Data is Always Biased
Maria Rucsandra Stan, Eliana Minelli and Jonathan Maria Rivolta
Reconciliating logics in an Italian IRCCS: effects of national and international evaluation criteria on the production process of socially impactful research
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Studying Failure, Unintended Consequences, and Crooked Paths
Chair: Beth Goodrick
Mikołaj Pawlak
Institutions and failure
Jannik Westram and Gordon Müller-Seitz
The potential of institutional entrepreneurs: Combining process centric and actor centric perspectives
Hovig Tchalian, Vern L. Glaser and Mark T. Kennedy
Paths to viability: Commercialization strategies for radical innovators in the modern rebirth of the electric vehicle (1990–2014)
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Studying the Taken-For-Granted, the Implicit, or the Hidden
Chair: Tim Hallett
Sam van Elk and Juliane Reinecke
Leveraging pre-understanding through an insider-outsider account to develop an inhabited, process view of institutional taking for granted
Annika Koch
Using the documentary method to reconstruct implicit knowledge in relation to religious diversity in organizations: A study on teachers’ moral work during Ramadan in German high schools
Bernard Forgues and Yineng Yang
Institutions and organizational wrongdoing:
 Exploring methods to compensate for 
data limitations
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Studying and Mobilizing (Embodied) Experience
Chair: April Wright
Miikka J. Lehtonen, Savu Rovanto and Savu Rovanto
How to conduct institutional research in Japan: autoethnographic insights from investigating corporate support for sexual and gender minorities through products
Yutaka Yamauchi, Takeshi Hiramoto and Nao Sato
Materializing a consumer: A video-based study of popular apparel stores
Anna Grzelec
The masculine norm in engineering: Action research and institutional change
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Studying Evolution and Adaptation Through Computational Text Analysis
Chair: Markus Höllerer
Maximilian Kupi and Moritz Kleinaltenkamp
What’s Agile? Tracing the evolution of management concept meaning across application contexts
Andrew Sarta, Angela Aristidou and Angela Aristidou
Bottom-Up Diffusion: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Practice Adaptation to Patient Needs in the Ontario Healthcare Sector
Saurav Kumar
Striving for change: A critical discourse analysis of Bitcoin proponents using structured topic modelling
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_8A
Challenges, Solutions, and Promising Vistas
Chair: Tim Hannigan
Marc Schneiberg, Mark Cassell and Michael Schwan
Politics, policy, ecologies: The Paycheck Protection Program's pivot toward inclusivity in small business lending during the COVID19 pandemic
Charlotte Cloutier
Deliberate and emergent research designs: Developing conceptual nimbleness and methodological dexterity in conducting qualitative institutional research
Closing Panel