Paul M. Hirsch
James L. Allen
Distinguished Professor of Strategy, Management and
Personal page: http://www20.kellogg.northwestern.edu/facdir/facpage.asp?sid=505
Education: B.A. at City College of new York; M.A. in Sociology at the University of Michigan; Ph.D. in Sociology at University of Michigan.
Research interests: Sociology of culture; Organizational culture; Organizational behavior; Organizational change, innovation; Human resource management; Careers, employment relationship and corporate takeovers; Mergers, acquisitions and restructuring; Compensation; Corporate strategy, and strategy formulation and implementation; Mass communication, newspaper management.
Present positions: Professor, Weinberg College of Arts of Sciences, Northwestern University ● Professor, School of Communication, Northwestern University ● Fellow, Center for International Studies, Northwestern University ● Fellow, Center for Policy Research, Northwestern University ● Editorial Board, Journal of Management Studies.
Awards and acknowledgments: Western Academy of Management Presidential Award, 2005 ● Distinguished Scholar, American Academy of Management, 1998.
SOME PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE ON THE WEB
(2008) Paul M. Hirsch. Comment on Richard Swedberg/1. Sociologica (http://www.sociologica.mulino.it/journal/article/index/Article/Journal:ARTICLE:169/Item/Journal:ARTICLE:169)
(2005) Peer C. Fiss, Paul M. Hirsch, The discourse of globalization: Framing and sensemaking of an emerging concept, American Sociological Review, vol. 70, february:29-52 ( http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~fiss/Fiss%20and%20Hirsch%20ASR%202005.pdf)
(2001) Paul Hirsch, Paul Martorana. The social construction of “overtime”. In Transformations of Work, 10, edited by Steven Vallas, JAI Press-Elsevier: 165-187 (https://webspace.utexas.edu/pvm84/Martorana%20Hirsch%202001.PDF)
(1999) Paul M. Hirsch, Daniel Z. Levin, Umbrella constructs versus validity police: A life-cycle model, Organization Science, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Mar. - Apr.), pp. 199-212 (http://www.levin.rutgers.edu/research/umbrella-paper.pdf)
(1997) Paul M. Hirsch, Michael Lounsbury, Ending the family quarrel. Toward a reconciliation of "old" and "new" institutionalisms, American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 40, No. 4, 406-418 (http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/lounsbury/papers/quarrel.pdf)
(1997) Paul M. Hirsch, Sociology without social structure: Neoinstitutional theory meets brave new world (review of: W. Richard ed., Institutions and Organizations: Theory and Research, Sage Publications, 1995), American Journal of Sociology, Volume 102, Number 6 (May): 1702–1723 (http://www2.bc.edu/~jonescq/mb851/Mar26/Hirsch_AJS_1997.pdf)
(1996) Paul M. Hirsch, Michael D. Lounsbury, Book review essay: Rediscovering volition: The institutional economics of Douglass C. North, The Academy of Management Review, Vol. 21, No. 3 (Jul.), pp. 872-884 (https://apps.business.ualberta.ca/mlounsbury/papers/north.pdf)
Working papers and drafts:
(2009) Jo-Ellen Pozner, Paul M. Hirsch. Terminal isomorphism and the self‐destructive potential of success: Lessons from sub‐prime mortgage origination and securitization (draft: https://business.sitecore.ualberta.ca/en/MarketsOnTrial/~/media/University%20of%20Alberta/Faculties/Business/Faculty%20Site/MarketsOnTrial/Documents/Papers/PoznerPaper.ashx)
(2007/2008) Paul M. Hirsch, Razvan Lungeanu. Between endogenous logics: The deinstitutionalization of mortgage lending as carnival, not tsunami (http://www.hbs.edu/units/ob/pdf/H&L%20-%20Endogeneous%20logics.pdf)
(2002) Michael Lounsbury, Marc J. Ventresca, Paul M. Hirsch, Social movements, field frames and industry emergence: A cultural-political perspective on U.S. recycling (working paper: http://www.northwestern.edu/ipr/publications/papers/2002/WP-02-27.pdf)
Updated: January 27, 2010