Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University is a general management school that uses performance learning, cutting-edge research, an intense collaborative community, and Cornell connections to develop students to their full unique potential and to have a positive impact on business and society.
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Accounting to the Public: Internet Activism and Corporate Social Responsiveness in Emerging Markets (Academy of Management Journal, 2016)Civil society’s inability to hold powerful businesses accountable in authoritarian regimes is a grand challenge in today’s global environment. We propose that the development of Internet activism provides a novel mechanism ...
(2016)This paper explores how organizations respond to simultaneous institutional influences from two distinct sources: the industry in which they operate and the local geographic community in which they are headquartered. We ...
Do Political Connections Buffer Firms from or Bind Firms to the Government? A Study of Corporate Charitable Donations of Chinese Firms (Organization Science, 2016)Do political connections buffer firms from or bind firms to the government? To examine this theoretical puzzle, we distinguish two types of managerial political connections, ascribed and achieved, and theorize that these ...
(INFORMS, 2016)Under increased pressure to report environmental impacts, some firms selectively disclose relatively benign impacts, creating an impression of transparency while masking their true performance. We theorize circumstances ...