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Brown Bag SEMinar+ is an informal research seminar for SEM faculty, doctoral students and guest speakers.
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​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ is back - October 6th // 15.00 - 16.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
we are starting the fall-winter season of SEM Brown Bag SEMinar+
The first event will happen in a week (online in ZOOM), you can find the abstract below

🏷 Timetable: October 6th, 15.00 - 16.00

🏷 To Monitor or not to Monitor: The Effect of Board System on the Performance of Russian Publicly Traded Companies and the Moderating Role of CEO Human Capital

🏷 Speaker: Aleksandra Zakharova, PhD student & visiting lecturer at School of Economics and Management, HSE StP

🏷 Abstract
The board of directors is one of the main mechanisms to solve the collective management problem inherent in corporate governance. A lot of discussion in the domestic and foreign scientific community is caused by such characteristic of boards of directors as board system. A number of researchers have tried to empirically test which system, one-tier or two-tier, is more conducive to corporate activities. The heterogeneity of the results leads us to the conclusion that the effect of separation of executive and supervisory functions depends on whether its advantages or disadvantages, explained in terms of agency and stewardship theories, outweigh, which may depend on a number of internal and external factors. The paper attempts to partially fill the gap in existing knowledge by determining the influence of board system on the financial performance of Russian companies employing human capital theory to explain the possible moderating role of CEOs’ characteristics. A database of 311 publicly traded Russian companies for the period from 2008 to 2018 was employed. The preliminary results support the hypothesis that companies with a two-tier system have higher values of company performance indicators unless we take into account the moderating effect of CEO age. The results of the study will be of interest both to the members of the academic community interested in the topic of corporate governance and to the business representatives, primarily owners and managers of large public companies.

Pre registration is needed, as we will send you the link to Zoom meeting at the day of event.

Stay safe and join the seminar!

Next meeting description could be found at our calendar: shorturl.at/luzL6
Today’s Brown Bag Seminar - "To Monitor or not to Monitor: The Effect of Board System on the Performance of Russian Publicly Traded Companies and the Moderating Role of CEO Human Capital"

Aleksandra Zakharova, doctoral student & visiting lecturer of SEM HSE will do a research paper presentation depicting the preliminary results of her study of companies’ board system.

This is a joint event with HSE ID LAB.
The meeting will be in Zoom, 15.00 - 16.00

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88202602467?pwd=aGpqcUc5aHhUc1RaSTdmekZZZGlTUT09
ID: 882 0260 2467
Password: 972079
​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on Casual Inference in Marketing October 22 // 15.00 - 16.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join the next seminar in October

🏷 Timetable: October 22nd, 15.00 - 16.00

🏷 Topic: Causal Inference in Marketing

🏷 Speaker: Evgeny Antipov, PhD, associate professor, department of management SEM

🏷 Abstract
Causal inference is always challenging in the absence of experimental data. The aim of the presentation is to motivate researchers to conduct causal modeling in their domains by showing several illustrative examples of real research conducted by the speaker and by other researchers as well. The presentation will give an overview of some of the recent applications of various causal modeling techniques (other than the standard multiple regression) for isolating the effects of online ratings, coupon promotions, etc. on consumer demand in various industries. Methods including, but not limited to, regression discontinuity design and synthetic control groups will be discussed briefly. A carefully selected list of books and online resources for a quick start in modern causal inference will be suggested.

Pre registration is needed, as we will send you the link to Zoom meeting at the day of event.

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⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on Casual Inference in Marketing TODAY ⚡️
We will start at 3pm Moscow time, here is ZOOM link to our today’s meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88210736196?pwd=cnNOc3V0Y0lqdVJlSEpRVlpsd0ZOdz09

Conference ID: 882 1073 6196
Code: 813794
📚Video, pdf & useful links from yesterday’s seminar

It was a really insightful methodological presentation.

Evgeny has provided a whole set of useful links to books, «cuuting edge» r packages and online course for those who would like to master causal inference in marketing.

All the links and video of the seminar are available in Google Drive folder.

See you at the next meeting in November. Stay safe!
​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on Nonlinearity in Labour Share Forecasting November 26// 15.00 - 16.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join the next seminar in November

🏷 Timetable: November 26, 15.00 - 16.00

🏷 Topic: Nonlinearity in Labour Share Forecasting – Intersectoral Approach

🏷 Speaker: Stanislav Rogachev, 2nd-year PhD student, HSE St.Petersburg

🏷 Abstract
We forecast labour share for 18 KLEMS-classified economic sectors, 12 European countries. The choice is driven by data availability. For each sector, 11 specifications of time component in CES production function with factor augmenting technical change are tested. This includes comparing models with linear, nonlinear time and the same with structural breaks. Then, three degrees of models ‘power’ are proposed to characterize whether a model is consistent and valid for prediction. Here, residuals stationarity and autocorrelation are investigated as well as regressors and structural breaks statistical significance. Finally, 3D cube is visualized (dimensions: country-sector-model) to outline predictive power of models valid for forecasting.
To sum up main results, models with structural break in nonlinear time component show better predictive power according to the derived criteria. Next, overall labour share decline cannot be stated as only 7 sectors out of 18 have decreasing trend in more than one third of cases (countries). Additionally, each country sectors are grouped by LS forecast average value into four interval categories. The modal values of these intervals are derived to obtain general understanding of average future value for a certain sector. The last but not the least, forecasts with identical LS trends were combined for the purpose of generalizing.

Pre registration is needed, as we will send you the link to Zoom meeting at the day of event.

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⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on Nonlinearity in Labour Share Forecasting - TODAY ⚡️

We will start at 3pm Moscow time, here is ZOOM link to our today’s meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86361701148?pwd=dmhmRUJEbzBtUE1aRC9jVzJCbEJIQT09

Conference ID: 863 6170 1148
Code: 922407
26 nov Rogachev.pdf
1.3 MB
📎Here is the presentation for our today’s meeting. Seminar starts in 30 minutes, join!
⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on Research collaboration // December 29th// 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join the next seminar. It continue the research idea & design presented at the BBS on December 17, year 2019.

🏷 Timetable: December 29th, 16.00 - 17.00
🏷 Topic: How does academic collaboration matter for research productivity?

🏷 Speaker: Lena Veretennik, 2nd-year doctoral student HSE SEM, junior research fellow IDLab

🏷 Abstract
In the context of the increased international competition of the higher education institutions, universities are striving to obtain places in prestigious international rankings. Many of these rating systems are based on the number and quality of publications of university employees, which makes the issue of long-term, sustainable, manageable increase in research productivity one of the most relevant for the administration of a higher educational institution. The Russian project “5-100”, which is aimed at increasing the competitiveness of leading Russian universities, also fosters the internationalization of activities, the development of collaboration with Russian and international scientific organizations, industry and business. Achievement of ambitious goals in conditions of limited funding is a challenge. Previous research gives mostly supportive arguments to the fact of scientific collaboration in terms of increasing research visibility and productiviry. However, the effect of collaboration type and the potential differences in effect size and magnitude appearing in various scientific areas needs further investigation. The type of collaboration, i.e. structure of professional network, indicated whether paper is coauthored by people from the same university (intramural), any university or research facility in the same country (domestic), any researcher from abroad (international). Collaboration and personal attribute factors, despite being of high importance, were rarely discussed in previous studies (Italy, Norway) because of data processing challenges and limited data access. We use a case of research university in a developing research country to web scrap and process all personal and professional data from a sample of researchers.

Using a sample of 1300 faculty members from one of the Russian universities, I study how propensity to collaborate on different levels (intramural, domestic, international) contributes to research output of faculty, and how scientific area (STEM or other sciences) and individual features of faculty shape this relationship. I approach faculty’s propensity to collaborate through the lens of network analysis based on bibliometrics data (co-authorship of articles) from ISI Web of Science. The results may be valuable for higher education policy managers and researchers willing to know which collaboration patterns pay off in terms of research productivity and visibility.
The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project № 20-311-90079

📌 ZOOM link: https://zoom.us/j/97157082744?pwd=ekJOMllncTlaYklkMHorUnN5NXgyQT09

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​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on High Performance Expectations during Job Change // March 16th // 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
we are back with seminars after a short break. A set of new research presentations will start this Tuesday with a presentation of Petr Parshakov.

🏷 Timetable: March 16th, 16.00 - 17.00
🏷 Topic: Job Change and Productivity: The Effect of High Performance Expectations

🏷 Speaker: Petr Parshakov, PhD, assistant professor, Deputy Head of IDLab (HSE Campus in Perm)

🏷 Abstract
When changing their jobs, some people experience high-performance expectations and may feel psychological pressure. This phenomenon is widely studied in the literature. However, any empirical examination of this kind of market pressure is impeded due to the latent nature of the phenomenon. The major problem of all of the empirical tests, especially on traditional business cases, is the lack of individual longitudinal data on performance. Meanwhile, professional sports and football, in particular, delivers an explicit measure of performance expectations expressed by transfer fees. Expensive transfers of star players, like the €105 million transfer of Paul Pogba from Juventus to Manchester United, cause debates in media on whether the player is worth its price. Such discussion in media, between fans or even teammates, puts external pressure on the player being under the transfer process.
On the one hand, employees who face high-performance expectations might exert more effort into completing a task, and, therefore, demonstrate better performance. On the other hand, a well-known psychological pressure may negatively correct individual performance. In our study, we use football labor market data to test whether a psychological pressure due to high expectations affects players’ performance in case of transfers between clubs. Our main finding is that the effect of high-performance expectations is generally negative. Still, the magnitude of this effect is heterogeneous, depending on the personal characteristics of a particular player.

Authors:
Petr Parshakov, PhD, assistant professor, Deputy Head of IDLab (HSE Campus in Perm) - speaker
Elena Shakina, PhD, assistant professor, Head of IDLab, Deputy Dean for organization of research and development (HSE Campus in St Petersburg, SEM)
Dennis Coates, PhD, leading research fellow IDLab (HSE Campus in Perm)
Sofia Paklina, doctoral student, junior research fellow ID Lab (HSE Campus in St Petersburg, SEM)


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​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on High Performance Expectations - TODAY ⚡️

We will start at 4pm Moscow time, here is ZOOM link to our today’s meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82397397944?pwd=bkhWL05IZWpsOFNaQ2xOcXNSTFhDZz09

Conference ID: 823 9739 7944
Code: 735661
​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar+ on International Economic Sanctions Simulation // March 30 // 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join our next Brown Bag Seminar next week.

🏷 Timetable: March 30, 16.00 - 17.00
🏷 Topic: How to Simulate International Economic Sanctions: A Multipurpose Index Modelling Illustrated With EU Sanctions Against Russia

🏷 Speaker: Morad BALI is Assistant Lecturer (ATER) in economics at Sciences Po Grenoble (France). He is researcher at the Laboratory “CESICE” (Center for Studies on International Security and European Cooperation), France. He is also associate researcher at the IRNC (Institute for Research on Non-Violent Conflict Resolution), France. His research focuses on the economic impact of international sanctions.

🏷 Abstract
One of the main challenges that economists must face while studying economic sanctions is to faithfully simulate them in their models. It seems extremely hard to achieve without a dedicated variable that precisely imitates economic coercive measures. Thence, a framework for the construction of economic sanction indexes is introduced. Researchers can use our multipurpose index modelling to simulate economic punishment in their econometric models. If our work is framed within the Ukrainian crisis case and European economic sanctions against Russia, the method that we provide can be used in any other case study. It is a great alternative to the standard use of dummy variables that witness sanctions’ implementation and withdrawal. Additionally, our proposal allows to calibrate the weight attributed to each sanction depending on its type, the sanction sender’s ability to apply economic pressure, and the effect of time on sanctions’ effectiveness. The methodology and the mathematical formalisation of our framework is detailed. It is used to build a sanction index that simulates sanctions against Russia during the Ukrainian crisis. Then, an empirical study that compares our index to another one from the literature is exposed. Results reveal that our new sanction index witnesses the behaviour of sanctions more precisely, which leads to a stronger explanatory power. Moreover, it enhances the statistical significance of impulse-response functions generated by our SVAR models. If time allows, further robustness tests and experimentations will be introduced.

Zoom meeting ID: 891 2847 5893

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⚡️Join us today at 16-00: Brown Bag SEMinar+ on International Economic Sanctions Simulation // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join our next Brown Bag Seminar today

🏷 Timetable: 16.00 - 17.00 Moscow Time
🏷 Topic: How to Simulate International Economic Sanctions: A Multipurpose Index Modelling Illustrated With EU Sanctions Against Russia

🏷 Speaker: Morad BALI is Assistant Lecturer (ATER) in economics at Sciences Po Grenoble (France). He is researcher at the Laboratory “CESICE” (Center for Studies on International Security and European Cooperation), France. He is also associate researcher at the IRNC (Institute for Research on Non-Violent Conflict Resolution), France. His research focuses on the economic impact of international sanctions.

🏷 Abstract
One of the main challenges that economists must face while studying economic sanctions is to faithfully simulate them in their models. It seems extremely hard to achieve without a dedicated variable that precisely imitates economic coercive measures. Thence, a framework for the construction of economic sanction indexes is introduced. Researchers can use our multipurpose index modelling to simulate economic punishment in their econometric models. If our work is framed within the Ukrainian crisis case and European economic sanctions against Russia, the method that we provide can be used in any other case study. It is a great alternative to the standard use of dummy variables that witness sanctions’ implementation and withdrawal. Additionally, our proposal allows to calibrate the weight attributed to each sanction depending on its type, the sanction sender’s ability to apply economic pressure, and the effect of time on sanctions’ effectiveness. The methodology and the mathematical formalisation of our framework is detailed. It is used to build a sanction index that simulates sanctions against Russia during the Ukrainian crisis. Then, an empirical study that compares our index to another one from the literature is exposed. Results reveal that our new sanction index witnesses the behaviour of sanctions more precisely, which leads to a stronger explanatory power. Moreover, it enhances the statistical significance of impulse-response functions generated by our SVAR models. If time allows, further robustness tests and experimentations will be introduced.

Zoom meeting ID: 891 2847 5893
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89128475893

Stay safe and join the seminar!
​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar // May 18 // 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join our next Brown Bag Seminar on Tuesday.
🏷 Timetable: May 18, 16.00 - 17.00 Moscow Time
🏷 Authors: Galina Shirokova, Louisa Selivanovskikh, Alexandra Bordunos
🏷 Topic: How much of the Dark Triad drives the behavioral logic in SMEs context?

🏷 Abstract:
Prior studies have stated that effectuation and causation are two efficient ways to manage different types of uncertainty and discovered antecedents at different (environmental, organizational, and individual) levels. This study aims to broaden the understanding of the individual-level antecedents of behavioral logics, examining the role of the dark side of personality in the decision-making processes in the context of SMEs. Furthermore, we embrace a broader view of the level of uncertainty, theorizing and empirically testing the moderating effect of the general uncertainty inside the firm on the dark triad – behavioral logics relationship. The findings suggest that the CEOs who score low in psychopathy tend to adopt causation, while Machiavellians prefer to rely on the effectuation in an SME’s setting. In addition, the level of general uncertainty shapes these relationships by strengthening the link between psychopathy and causation and diminishing the link between Machiavellianism and effectuation. Implications for theory and practice are discussed.

🏷 About authors:
Galina Shirokova is Professor of Department of Management at National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia. Her research interests include entrepreneurship in emerging markets, strategic entrepreneurship, and student entrepreneurship. Her work has been presented internationally and published in Journal of Business Venturing, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, International Small Business Journal, and Journal of Small Business Management, among others. She is an active member of the Academy of Management.

Louisa Selivanovskikh is a lecturer and research fellow at National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia. Her research interests lie in the area of strategic human resource and global talent management, intra- and interorganizational knowledge transfer, and emerging markets. She has several publications in international and Russian journals, including European Journal of International Management, Journal of East-West Business, Learning Organization and Russian Management Journal. She is a member of the Academy of International Business and the European International Business Academy and also the winner of the Technology and Innovation Management Division Best Reviewer Award, at the Academy of Management Conference in 2018-2020.

Aleksandra Bordunos is a lecturer at HSE University (seminars in transformative leadership, economics and personnel economics, analytics communication and management). She is enrolled in consulting projects Selfmama and Mamainsuccess, certified as a coach and corporate trainer, since 2009 expands her professional expertise in Human Resource Management. Her research interests include strategic Human Resource Management and gender inclusion.

🏷 Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81870368319?pwd=aVR4QmNFVDRVY0RNOVEyQWRaa1BSQT09
Conference ID: 818 7036 8319
Code: 551768

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⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar - today at 16.00 Msc Time // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear colleagues,
our seminar starts in hour an a half in Zoom.

🏷 Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81870368319?pwd=aVR4QmNFVDRVY0RNOVEyQWRaa1BSQT09
Conference ID: 818 7036 8319
Code: 551768

Today's topic: "How much of the Dark Triad drives the behavioral logic in SMEs context?"

🏷 Authors: Galina Shirokova, Louisa Selivanovskikh, Alexandra Bordunos

🏷 Abstract:
Prior studies have stated that effectuation and causation are two efficient ways to manage different types of uncertainty and discovered antecedents at different (environmental, organizational, and individual) levels. This study aims to broaden the understanding of the individual-level antecedents of behavioral logics, examining the role of the dark side of personality in the decision-making processes in the context of SMEs. Furthermore, we embrace a broader view of the level of uncertainty, theorizing and empirically testing the moderating effect of the general uncertainty inside the firm on the dark triad – behavioral logics relationship. The findings suggest that the CEOs who score low in psychopathy tend to adopt causation, while Machiavellians prefer to rely on the effectuation in an SME’s setting. In addition, the level of general uncertainty shapes these relationships by strengthening the link between psychopathy and causation and diminishing the link between Machiavellianism and effectuation. Implications for theory and practice are discussed.

🏷 About authors:
Galina Shirokova is Professor of Department of Management at National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia. Her research interests include entrepreneurship in emerging markets, strategic entrepreneurship, and student entrepreneurship. Her work has been presented internationally and published in Journal of Business Venturing, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, International Small Business Journal, and Journal of Small Business Management, among others. She is an active member of the Academy of Management.

Louisa Selivanovskikh is a lecturer and research fellow at National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia. Her research interests lie in the area of strategic human resource and global talent management, intra- and interorganizational knowledge transfer, and emerging markets. She has several publications in international and Russian journals, including European Journal of International Management, Journal of East-West Business, Learning Organization and Russian Management Journal. She is a member of the Academy of International Business and the European International Business Academy and also the winner of the Technology and Innovation Management Division Best Reviewer Award, at the Academy of Management Conference in 2018-2020.

Aleksandra Bordunos is a lecturer at HSE University (seminars in transformative leadership, economics and personnel economics, analytics communication and management). She is enrolled in consulting projects Selfmama and Mamainsuccess, certified as a coach and corporate trainer, since 2009 expands her professional expertise in Human Resource Management. Her research interests include strategic Human Resource Management and gender inclusion.
🏷 Video & presentation from May's Brown Bag Dear all, thank you for participation in online Brown Bag SEMinar this week. We have uploaded video & presentations into our Google Drive

🏷 Topic: How much of the Dark Triad drives the behavioral logic in SMEs context?
🏷 Authors: Galina Shirokova, Louisa Selivanovskikh, Alexandra Bordunos

See you in June!
​​⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar on Family Firms // June 29th // 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
you are welcome to join our next Brown Bag Seminar on Tuesday.
🏷 Timetable: May 29, 16.00 - 17.00 Moscow Time
🏷 Authors: Linda F. Edelman, Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush
🏷 Topic: Ladies First? An Institutional Logics Perspective on Female Succession in Family Firms

🏷 Abstract:
Succession is one of the most heavily investigated topics in family business, however much of the literature has focused on sons, leaving succession and daughters less well-explored (Jimenez, 2009). We use an institutional logics perspective to explore the conflicting logics of market and family, and we consider the influence of the country-level cultural practices in which the family firm is embedded. Our findings indicate that a market-based logic favors male succession and that a family-based logic does not alleviate that preference. However, when we add gender egalitarianism at the country level, we find that the logics interact to alleviate the effect of market-based logic.

🏷 About authors:
Linda F. Edelman is a Professor and Chair of the Management Department at Bentley University, USA. She received her MBA and DBA from Boston University and studied at London Business School and was a research fellow at the Warwick Business School. Her research examines small firm internationalization, women’s entrepreneurship, and nascent entrepreneurs. Linda is the co-author of over 70 scholarly articles and book chapters and three books. She serves on four editorial boards, and as an expert reviewer for the European Science Foundation.

Tatiana S. Manolova (DBA, Boston University) is a Professor of Management at Bentley University, USA. Research interests include strategic management (competitive strategies for new and small companies), international entrepreneurship, and management in emerging economies. Tatiana is the author of over 70 scholarly articles and book chapters, has co-authored two books, and has co-edited two compendia of research on women entrepreneurs. She is a Senior Editor for the International Journal of Emerging Markets, a Consulting Editor for the International Small Business Journal and the International Journal of Management Reviews, and serves on the editorial boards of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Venturing, and Small Business Economics.

Candida G. Brush holds the Franklin W. Olin Chair in Entrepreneurship at Babson College, USA. She holds an honorary doctorate from Jönköping University, Sweden, and she has visiting adjunct appointments to Nord University, Bodø Graduate School of Business, Norway and Dublin City University, Ireland. Professor Brush is a founding member of the Diana Project International and winner of the 2007 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research. Her research investigates women’s growth businesses, angel investing, entrepreneurship education and strategies of emerging ventures. She has authored 11 books and 160 journal articles. She serves as a Senior Editor for Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, is an angel investor and board member for several companies.

Preregistration is needed, please fill in the Google Form if you are planning to join this seminar. We will send letter of notification & zoom reminder:

https://forms.gle/SQfcfyxUCdtj7vpg9

🏷 Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88466614440?pwd=OGZRYlB6VDltTmErb3NaY1BHUzJhdz09

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⚡️Brown Bag SEMinar on Family Firms // Tomorrow // 16.00 - 17.00 // ZOOM ⚡️

Dear all,
tomorrow we will have our next seminar, jointly with IDLab HSE. You are very welcome to join

🏷 Timetable: June 29, 16.00 - 17.00 Moscow Time
🏷 Authors: Linda F. Edelman, Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush
🏷 Topic: Ladies First? An Institutional Logics Perspective on Female Succession in Family Firms

🏷 Abstract:
Succession is one of the most heavily investigated topics in family business, however much of the literature has focused on sons, leaving succession and daughters less well-explored (Jimenez, 2009). We use an institutional logics perspective to explore the conflicting logics of market and family, and we consider the influence of the country-level cultural practices in which the family firm is embedded. Our findings indicate that a market-based logic favors male succession and that a family-based logic does not alleviate that preference. However, when we add gender egalitarianism at the country level, we find that the logics interact to alleviate the effect of market-based logic.

🏷 About authors:
Linda F. Edelman is a Professor and Chair of the Management Department at Bentley University, USA. She received her MBA and DBA from Boston University and studied at London Business School and was a research fellow at the Warwick Business School. Her research examines small firm internationalization, women’s entrepreneurship, and nascent entrepreneurs. Linda is the co-author of over 70 scholarly articles and book chapters and three books. She serves on four editorial boards, and as an expert reviewer for the European Science Foundation.

Tatiana S. Manolova (DBA, Boston University) is a Professor of Management at Bentley University, USA. Research interests include strategic management (competitive strategies for new and small companies), international entrepreneurship, and management in emerging economies. Tatiana is the author of over 70 scholarly articles and book chapters, has co-authored two books, and has co-edited two compendia of research on women entrepreneurs. She is a Senior Editor for the International Journal of Emerging Markets, a Consulting Editor for the International Small Business Journal and the International Journal of Management Reviews, and serves on the editorial boards of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Venturing, and Small Business Economics.

Candida G. Brush holds the Franklin W. Olin Chair in Entrepreneurship at Babson College, USA. She holds an honorary doctorate from Jönköping University, Sweden, and she has visiting adjunct appointments to Nord University, Bodø Graduate School of Business, Norway and Dublin City University, Ireland. Professor Brush is a founding member of the Diana Project International and winner of the 2007 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research. Her research investigates women’s growth businesses, angel investing, entrepreneurship education and strategies of emerging ventures. She has authored 11 books and 160 journal articles. She serves as a Senior Editor for Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, is an angel investor and board member for several companies.

🏷 Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88466614440?pwd=OGZRYlB6VDltTmErb3NaY1BHUzJhdz09

Conference ID: 884 6661 4440
Code: 111339
🏷 Video & presentation from June’s Brown Bag SEMinar


Dear all, thank you for participation in online Brown Bag SEMinar this week. We have uploaded video & presentations into our Google Drive

🏷 Topic: Ladies First? An Institutional Logics Perspective on Female Succession in Family Firms
🏷 Authors: Linda F. Edelman, Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush

See you in September!