Sub-theme 32: Organizations as Open Polities: Struggles in the Good Organization

Klaus Weber, Northwestern University, USA
Simone Schiller-Merkens, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany
Daniel Wäger, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Organizing in Complex Institutional Environments
Chair: Daniel Wäger
Karin Kreutzer and Elisabeth Niendorf
Social business models – A typology based on levels of integration
Sonia S. Siraz, Björn Claes and Julio De Castro
The Foie Gras wars: An exploratory study of divergent legitimacy in controversial sectors
Gilles Crague
Responsibility and network organization: The political challenges of “hydrarchies”
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Organizational Boundary Processes and Structures
Chair: Klaus Weber
Mia Raynard and Fangmei Lu
Reinventing the ideological weapon? Negotiating imprints during institutional upheaval
Moritz Gruban
The CIA’s institutionalization of torture after 9/11: A micro-foundational study of an open polity gone bad
Matthew Grimes, Wesley S. Helms and Michael Conger
Competing for good: How social enterprises categorize and respond to new organizational entrants
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Activism and Mobilization Inside Organizations
Chair: Simone Schiller-Merkens
Todd Schifeling and Sara Soderstrom
Empowering issue sellers through EDF Climate Corps
Elke Schüßler, Nora Lohmeyer, Sarah Ashwin, Rachel Alexander, Niklas Egels Zandén and Stephen Frenkel
Intraorganizational tensions around being good: Structures and practices of organizing purchasing and CSR in garment retailers and brands
Elisabeth Nöhammer and Harald Stummer
The politics and dilemmas of workplace health promotion
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Corrupting Organizations
Chair: Simone Schiller-Merkens
Son Thi Kim Le
Innovation and bribery – An analysis of informal payments determinants among SMEs in Vietnamese manufacturing sector
Yujin Jeong and Jordan Siegel
Political competition and corporate bribery: Evidence from South Korea
Flávio Vasconcelos, Yuna Reis Fontoura and Felipe Buchbinder
Breaking good or breaking bad? The banality of evil approach in manager corrupt behaviour
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Moral Resilience and Resistance in Organizations
Chair: Klaus Weber
Cristina C. Goldschmidt, Hélio Arthur Irigaray and Luiz Gustavo Mauro de Queiroz
Resilience, sexual orientation and work environment: A possible conversation?
Andrea Bernardi, Olga Kuznetsova and Hamish Mathieson
Marketization of British higher education: Repercussions for employee relations
Stephan Leixnering and Heike Mensi-Klarbach
When being a good manager doesn’t mean being good: Thinking the good organization in moral terms
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Governance of Organizational Polities
Chair: Daniel Wäger
Janet Druker and Cecilie Bingham
Corporate ethics, work and employment: Issues of risk and management control
Hans van Oosterhout and Steve Sauerwald
Symbolic shareholder democracy. Shareholder voting as a political process
Marie-Fleur Lobry, Mijntje Luckerath and Muel Kaptein
Organizational culture as foundation of good governance: An empirical study on maturity of international corporate governance codes
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, FG 1B15 (1st floor)
Societal Impact of Organizations
Chair: Simone Schiller-Merkens
Maikel Waardenburg
Double play: On the instrumentalization of civil society organizations
Anne F. Barraquier
Deceiving but looking good: How business organizations politicalize complex knowledge