Milo Shaoqing WangArizona State University | ASU · Department of Management and Entrepreneurship
Milo Shaoqing Wang
Doctor of Philosophy
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University
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Milo Shaoqing Wang currently works in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business.
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In the wake of recent scholarly disquiet regarding organizational institutionalism, we argue for a more focused constitutive approach to institutional analysis that concentrates attention on the socio-cultural sources of actors and their behavior. To do so, we suggest that complementarities between world society institutionalism and the institution...
Stigma has become an increasingly significant challenge for society. Recognition of this problem is indicated by the growing attention to it within the management literature which has provided illuminating insights. However, stigma has primarily been examined at a single level of analysis: individual, occupational, organizational, or industry. Yet,...
In this article, we take stock of the institutional logics perspective and highlight opportunities for new scholarship. While we celebrate the growth and generativity of the literature on institutional logics, we also note that there has been a troubling tendency in recent work to use logics as analytical tools, feeding disquiet about reification a...
This chapter provides a summary of the closing plenary at the 2018 Alberta Institutions Conference in which four scholars-Markus Höllerer, Marc Schneiberg, Patricia Thornton, and Charlene Zietsma-shared their views on how we could put the macro-foundations of institutional theory again more centre-stage in institutional analysis. The first major th...
We showcase the usefulness of a sociocultural community network approach to covid-19 contagion. Rather than modeling the atomistic individual as a social unit in an SEIR type model, we encourage researchers and policy makers to focus on social units, such as households, which, in turn, are part of sociocultural networks in a community and embedded...
Behavioral Science & Policy (forthcoming) We showcase the usefulness of a sociocultural community network approach to covid-19 contagion. Rather than modeling the atomistic individual as a social unit in an SEIR type model, we encourage researchers and policy makers to focus on social units, such as households, which, in turn, are part of sociocul...
Scholars in the management field have been increasingly interested in how historical factors and processes affect current organizational behaviors and have called for a fuller integration of a historical perspective into organization and management theory. This symposium brings together a diverse set of papers that explore ways through which histor...
Increasingly, management researchers are using topic modeling, a new method borrowed from computer science, to reveal phenomenon-based constructs and grounded conceptual relationships in textual data. By conceptualizing topic modeling as the process of rendering constructs and conceptual relationships from textual data, we demonstrate how this new...
Purpose This paper explores the role of middle managers in the corporate entrepreneurship process that drives new capability development. Middle managers are highlighted as key entrepreneurial agents due to their special position in an organization. Design/methodology/approach The paper draws on existing capability development and corporate entr...
The increasing popularity of open standards in B2B e-commerce demands more research on generalized trust. This study investigates how a country's social trust affects the use of open and closed B2B e-commerce. The analysis based on data from twenty-seven European and related countries shows that social trust in a country promotes the use of open B2...