Sub-theme 26: Computational Approaches to Culture and Creativity: Advancing Theories of Organizations and Markets

Monika Kackovic, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Matthew Yeaton, HEC Paris, France
Mitali Banerjee, HEC Paris, France
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Welcome and Introduction Linguistic Culture as a Lens into Organizational Discovery
Chair: Stoyan V. Sgourev
Mitali Banerjee, Monika Kackovic, and Matthew Yeaton
Welcome and introduction by subtheme convenors: Getting to know each other, motivation for subtheme, subtheme structure, and forms of engagement.

Vineet Kaushik
Social entrepreneurship Strategies: A longitudinal cross-country perspective
Discussant: Paul Gouvard

Paul Gouvard, Amir Goldberg, Sameer B. Srivastava
Doing organizational identity: Earnings surprises and the performative atypicality
Discussant: Vineet Kaushik
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Bridging the Digital and Material Worlds: Understanding the Impact of Online Communities
Chair: Abraham Oshotse
Matthew Yeaton, Natalie Carlson, Dan Wang, Genevieve Gregorich
Workers of the (small) world, unite: Evidence from online social movements at the digital water cooler
Discussant: Cassandra Rae Chambers

Cassandra Rae Chambers, Marlon Alves, Pedro Aceves
When credit is due but not given: How insufficient recognition during status attainment shapes the amount and scope of contributions
Discussant: Matthew Yeaton
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Antecedents and Consequences of Categories
Chair: Kangsan Lee
Anthony Vashevko
The natural emergence of category effects on rugged landscapes
Discussant: Guang Zhu

Zhongyuan Sun, Yutian Ren, Yongquan Yang
The multiplicity of attributions of authenticity and audience evaluation: A BERT approach
Discussant: Anthony Vashevko

Guang Zhu, Filippo Carlo Wezel
How can an organization achieve market success without an evaluation schema?
Discussant: Zhongyuan Sun
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Illuminating Complex Relationships: Deep Insights through Deep Learning
Chair: Laura Fritsch
Shuai Wang, Monika Kackovic, Stevan Rudinac, Nachoem Wijnberg, Marcel Worring
Deep Learning on Hypergraphs: A Heterogenous Approach to Studying Innovation Vis-à-Vis Influence Relations in the Visual Arts and Science
Discussant: Pedro Aceves

Pedro Aceves, Cassandra Rae Chambers, Marlon Alves
Middle-Status Myopia: Large Scale Evidence across 150 Knowledge Domains
Discussant: Shuai Wang
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Distinctiveness as Creator Strategy and Audience Evaluation
Chair: Anthony Vashevko
Mitali Banerjee, Daniel Kaplan
Theory and measurement of objective standards in subjective, creative products: Using Deep Learning to Quantify a Creative Ideal in Modern Art
Discussant: Abraham Oshotse

Abraham Oshotse
Strategic Differentiation in Cultural Markets: The Benefits of Conspicuous Category Spanning
Discussant: Mitali Banerjee
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Novel Insights through Multi-modal Approaches to Creative Industries
Chair: Guang Zhu
Stoyan V. Sgourev, Giovanni Formilan, Donato Cutolo
Yellow in Blue: A Multimodal Exploration of Contrast in Van Gogh’s Paintings and Letters
Discussant: Kangsan Lee

Kangsan Lee, Karunakar Reddy Mannem
Predicting the New from the Old: Transfer Learning for Rising Chinese Artists from the Established Global Artists
Discussant: Stoyan V. Sgourev
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Social Entrepreneurship and Multi-Stakeholder Evaluations
Chair: Shuai Wang
Laura P. Fritsch, Alan Morrison
Organizational culture, vocabularies, and attention: An experimental approach
Discussant: Paul Gouvard

Marieke Huysentruyt, Paul Gouvard
A computational text analysis of the effects of audience-organization alignment on
accessing social benefits
Discussant: Laura Fritsch
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – I – 1_L
Building on the Shoulders of Giants in Creative Industries Wrap-Up and Open-Format Discussion
Chair: Paul Gouvard
Jie Yang
What determine the category-spanning activities of organizations? A content-based approach
Discussant: Juyong Park

Yulin Yu
Unique in what sense? Heterogeneous relationships between multiple types of uniqueness and popularity in music
Discussant: Yulin Yu

Juyong Park, Dongju Park
A manner of cultural creation: network analysis of sampling-based popular music, and the community structure as the landscape of styles
Discussant: Jie Yang

Mitali Banerjee, Monika Kackovic, and Matthew Yeaton

Joint discussion of lessons learned and the path forward: Open-Format Discussion