Sub-theme 07: (SWG) Multi-Level Network Research: Micro-foundations of Organizational Networks

Leon A.G. Oerlemans, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Tiziana Casciaro, University of Toronto, Canada
Julia Brennecke, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Leon Oerlemans
Joris Knoben and René M. Bakker
The guppy and the whale: Relational pluralism and start-ups’ expropriation dilemma in partnership formation
François Collet, Peter Hedström, Martin Arvidsson and Anders Johansson
Micro dynamics and macro outcomes: A study of the role of networks in labor market segregation processes
Stanislav Vlasov, Leon A.G. Oerlemans and Arjan Markus
Interorganizational collaboration, knowledge transfer and micro-geography of trade-shows
Ronald S. Burt and Katarzyna Burzynska
Chinese entrepreneurs, social networks, and guanxi
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Tiziana Casciaro
Wiley Wakeman, Jungwoo Ha and Gillian Ku
The relevance of who you know: Name dropping and the evolution of social networks
Massimo Maoret, Fabio Fonti and Ruo Mo
Against the grain: Peers’ affective and cognitive responses to employees’ network-up
Claudio Biscaro and Fabrizio Montanari
Creativity and networks: Addressing the role of individual cognition
Claudia Jonczyk, Ben M. Bensaou and Charles Galunic
Network dynamics across the career life-cycle: Micro-mechanisms of network development
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Julia Brennecke
Marino van Zelst, Remco S. Mannak and Leon A.G. Oerlemans
With whom do firms form ties? A meta-analysis of the influence of embeddedness and proximity on inter-organizational tie formation
Alessandro Lomi, Paola Zappa and Francesca Pallotti
Nodal changes: A mixed-mode Stochastic Actor Oriented approach to the dynamics of interorganizational networks and organizational structure
Katarzyna Burzynska and Sonja Opper
Trust or opportunity? Managing corporate lending networks if institutions are weak
Remzi Gözübüyük, Carl Kock and Murat Unal
Where does board membership come from?
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Leon Oerlemans
Tiziana Casciaro
How do people perceive organizational networks? Descriptive and prescriptive implications of Gestalt vs. dyadic social cognition
Julija N. Mell, Eric Quintane, Giles Hirst and Andrew Carnegie
Bad bosses and being in the middle: Machiavellianism, boundary spanning and creativity
and HeeJung Jung
Meant to be disconnected: Broker’s perception bias and self-justification motivation
Alice Lam
Hybrids as knowledge brokers: Identity, cognition and motivation
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Tiziana Casciaro
Natalie David and Olaf N. Rank
Avoiding ambiguity – Informal information seeking as a compensation for a lack of management control
Ruolian Fang, Zhen Zhang and Jason Shaw
A meta-analysis of gender and network brokerage: Implications for women’s careers
Shemuel Lampronti, Elisa Operti and Stoyan V. Sgourev
Rivalry flips the lens: Gender-specific effects in network recall and activation
Paola Criscuolo, Bill McEvily, Brian Silverman and Anne L.J. ter Wal
Networks on Venus and Mars: How gender influences the development and consequences of social networks
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Julia Brennecke
Bas Reus, Christine Moser and Peter Groenewegen
Between-group connectedness affecting Online group effectiveness: The role of the Bridging Member
Jung Won Lee and Mathis Schulte
Why do I feel torn about my team? The origins and consequences of individual team ambivalence
Michael Mauskapf, Eric Quintane, Noah Askin and Joeri Mol
Artist embeddedness and the production of novelty in music
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 213 (2nd floor)
Chair: Leon Oerlemans
Julia Brennecke, Dean Lusher, Graham Schaffer and Michael Gilding
Disentangling tacit and codified knowledge networks in complex engineering-intensive organizations
Manuel D. Gomez-Solorzano, Marco Tortoriello and Giuseppe Soda
Instrumental and affective ties within the lab: The impact of informal cliques on innovative productivity
Florian Stache and Andrey Indukaev
Innovating within and across the organizational boundary of a synchrotron facility: Structural folds and collaborative practices
David Obstfeld
Bridging from the micro-level to the greater good: Brokerage, knowledge articulation and innovation