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Violina Rindova

 

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Listed below you will find information about my publications. A downloadable version of my complete curriculum vitae is available here. If you have any questions about my work, please contact me at vrindova@rhsmith.umd.edu. Thank you for your interest.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Rindova, V., Williamson, I., Petkova, A. & Sever, J. Being good or being known: An empirical examination of the dimensions, antecedents, and consequences of organizational reputation. Academy of Management Journal (forthcoming).Full Text PDF

Rinodva, V., Pollock, T., & Hayward, M. Celebrity Firms: The Social Construction of Market Popularity. Academy of Management Review (forthcoming). Full Text PDF

Rindova, V., Becerra, M., & Contrado, I. 2004. Enacting competitive wars: Actions, language games, and market consequences. Academy of Management Review. Full Text PDF

Hayward, M., Rindova, V. & Pollock, T. Believing One’s Own Press: The Causes and Consequences of Chief Executive Officer Celebrity, Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming. Full Text PDF. Business press coverage of the study.

Pollock, T. & Rindova, V. 2003. Media legitimation effects in the market for initial public offerings. Academy of Management Journal, 46(5): 631-642. Full Text PDF. Business press coverage of the study

Rindova, V. & Kotha, S. 2001. Continuous morphing: Competing through dynamic capabilities, form, and function. Academy of Management Journal, 44: 1263-1280.

Kotha, S., Rindova, V., Rothaermel, F. 2001. Assets and actions: Firm-specific factors in the internationalization of US Internet firms. Journal of International Business Studies, 32: 769-792. Full Text PDF.

Rindova, V. and Fombrun, C. 1999. Constructing competitive advantage: The role of firm-constituent interactions. Strategic Management Journal, 20, 691-710. Full Text PDF.

Rindova, V. 1999. What do corporate boards have to do with strategy: A cognitive perspective. Journal of Management Studies, 36, 953-977. Full Text PDF.

Rindova, V. and Starbuck, W. 1997. Ancient Chinese theories of control. Journal of Management Inquiry, 6 (2), p. 144-160. Winner of “Breaking the Frame” Award.

Huse, M. & Rindova, V. 2001. Stakeholder expectations of corporate boards. Journal of Management and Governance.

Kotha, S., Rajgopal, S., Rindova, V. 2001. Reputation Building and Performance: An Empirical Analysis of the Top-50 Pure Internet Firms, European Management Journal, 19: 571-586. Full Text PDF.

Kenelly, J., Rindova, V. Ellerbusch, F. 1999. Crafting effective environmental strategies: A “model of learning” from the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Corporate Environmental Strategy, vol. 6 (2): p. 199-207.

Fombrun, C & Rindova, V. 1998. Reputation management in global 1000 firms: A benchmarking study, Corporate Reputation Review, 1(3): p. 205-215.

Rindova, V. 1997. The image cascade and the dynamics of corporate reputations, Corporate Reputation Review, 1(2), p. 188-194.

 

Book Chapters

Rindova, V. 2004. Examples of Social Measurement in Firm Valuation. in Kempf-Leonard, K. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Measurement, Elsevier.

Rindova, V., Wiltbank, R., and Kotha, S. 2001. Action and value: An investigation of the strategies of new ventures on the Internet. In Butler, J. (Ed) E-commerce and entrepreneurship. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Rindova, V. and Fombrun, C. 2001. The growth of the specialty coffee niche in the U.S. coffee industry. In Bird-Schonhoven, K. & Romanelli, E. (Eds.) The Entrepreneurship Dynamic. Stanford University Press.

Fombrun, C. & Rindova, V. 2000. The road to transparency: Reputation management at Royal Dutch/Shell. In Schultz, M. & Hatch, M.J. (Eds.) The Expressive Organization. Oxford University Press.

Rindova, V. and Fombrun, C. 1998. The eye of the beholder: The role of corporate reputation in defining organizational identity. In Whetten, D. and Godfrey, P.(Eds.) Identity in Organization: Developing Theory through Conversation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Rindova, V. and Schultz, M. 1998. Identity within and without: Lessons from corporate and organizational identity. In Whetten, D. and Godfrey, P.(Eds.) Identity in Organizations: Developing Theory through Conversation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Rindova, V. and Starbuck, W. 1997. Distrust in dependence: The ancient challenge of superior-subordinate relations. In T.A.R. Clark (Ed.), Advancement of Organization Behavior: Essays in Honor of Derek Pugh. Dartmouth.

Stumpf, S. & Rindova, V. 1997. Assessment and evaluation techniques and the motivation to teach. In Bess, J. (Ed.) Teaching Well and Liking It: Motivating Faculty to Teach Effectively. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Rindova, V. & Fombrun, C. (forthcoming) Fanning the flame: Corporate reputations as social constructions of performance. In Porac, J. & Ventresca, M. (Eds.), Constructing Industries and Markets. Oxford University Press.

 

Conference Proceedings

Rindova, V. & Kennelly, J. 1995. Transfer of environmental standards in the global chemical and pharmaceutical industries: An organizational learning perspective. Proceedings of the International Association of Business and Society, Sixth Annual Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Fombrun, C. & Rindova, V. 1994. Reputational rankings: Institutionalizing social audits of corporate performance. Proceedings of International Association of Business and Society, Fifth Annual Conference, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Bethel, J. & Rindova, V. 1994. The impact of CEO, top management teams, and boards of directors turnover on corporate restructuring. Proceedings of The Second International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management, Dallas, Texas.

 


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