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Burning Down the House: COVID-19 and Institutions
Professor Wren Montgomery and her co-commenter examine the vulnerability, entropy, neglect, and decay COVID‐19 has placed on institutions, particularly those long thought to be powerful and stable.
The Power of Indirect Appeals in Peer-to-Peer Fundraising: Why “S/He” Can Raise More Money For Me Than “I” Can For Myself
Ivey faculty and PhD students team up and suggest strategies for fundraisers. They explain how potential donors give more credibility to indirectly written (i.e. in the third person) petitions, which in turn increases their donation support. While in contrast, directly written (in the first person) petitions decrease the donation potential.
2021-12, June 8, 2021
Published Conference Proceedings
Bemgal, S. (PhD Candidate), 2020, Going Beyond ‘How’ to ‘Why’ when exploring IT Phenomena, International Conference on Information Systems.
Li, A. (PhD Candidate), Schotter, A., 2020, MNE Attention and General Manager Succession in Foreign Subsidiaries, Academy of International Business Annual Conference.
Li, A. (PhD Candidate), Schotter A., 2020, First Mover Survival in International Entry Strategy: An Organizational Legitimacy Perspective, Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings.
Montgomery, W., Lyon, T.P., Robertson, J., 2020, Sustainability: Integrated Strategy and the Design of Industry Sustainability Standards, Academy of Management Conference, ONE Division.
Moorhouse, M. (PhD Candidate), Cotte, J., Wang, X., Ding, A. (PhD Candidate), 2021, Trust, Tension, and Governance in the Sharing Economy: An Integrated Model of Agency and Social Exchange, American Marketing Association Winter Educators’ Conference.