In this workshop, faculty and invited speakers present recent organizations and markets research, with a focus on the structure of competition within and between organizations. Topics include how organizations operate, why they differ, how they emerge from prior organizations, how future growth depends on position in a structure of other organizations, and how people survive and thrive as a function of their position in social organization.

If you would like to be added to the Organizations and Markets Workshop listserv, please contact Alissa Aviles. Please refer to the weekly announcement for up-to-date room or time changes.

When possible, links to the workshop papers are posted to this page for printing. Occasionally, speakers opt not to circulate their papers. Therefore, the link will be unavailable.

Winter 2020

Date Time Location Topic Speaker Institution
Tuesday, January 7 3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B
Risky Business: Status and Costs in the Market for Audit Services (Not Available for Download) Amanda Sharkey University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Tuesday, January 21 3–4:30 p.m HC- 3B Backstage at the Crisis: The Federal Reserve, the Money Market, and the Shadow of the Public

Pierre-Christian Fink

Duke University
Tuesday, January 28
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B Work as an Option: Effects of Unstable Schedules on Earnings and Mobility

Peter Fugiel

University of Chicago, Sociology 
Tuesday, February 4 3–4:30 p.m. HC- 3B Disrupted Professional Adaptation: Lingering Idealized Identities and the Case of First-time Nurses Infantilizing Their Patients Julia DiBenigno  Yale School of Management 
Tuesday, February 18
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B

Employment in the Early Career: Race, Gender and Internships (Not Available for Download)

Adina Sterling  Stanford Graduate School of Business
Tuesday, February 25
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B
Deindustrialization and Latino Immigrants in the Labor Market: Examining Patterns of Employment from 1980-2017 (Not Available for Download) Ilana Ventura  University of Chicago, Sociology
Tuesday, March 3 3–4:30 p.m. HC- 3B When an Industry Peer is Accused of Financial Misconduct: Reconciling the Contagion and Competition Ivana Naumovska INSEAD


Autumn 2019

Date Time Location Topic Speaker Institution
Tuesday, October 1  3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B
Audience Redirects and the Reshaping of Expertise:
U.S. Puppeteers Move from Stage to Screen (Not Available for Download) 
Michel Anteby  Boston University Questrom School of Business
Tuesday, October 22  3–4:30 p.m HC- 3B Reporting Wrongdoing in the Workplace: The Role of Social Context (Not Available for Download)  Patrick Bergemann University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Tuesday, October 29
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B N/A Anastasiya Zavyalova
Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
Tuesday, November 5 3–4:30 p.m. HC- 3B  Two Schemas, Two Circuits: Gender, Family and Business Lives in Flux (Not Available for Download)  Jun Zhao University of Chicago
Tuesday, November 12
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B
Raising Stock? Financial Activities for Children in American Families, 1989-2016 (Not Available for Download) 
Nina Bandelj  University of California, Irvine
Tuesday, November 19
3–4:30 p.m.
HC- 3B
Innovation with Chinese Characteristics: The Evolving Effects of Political Ties Heather Haveman  University of California, Berkeley Hass School of Business 
Tuesday, December 3   3–4:30 p.m. HC- 3B Channel Openness, Political Structure, and Peer Reaction in the Signaling of Social Movement Activism: The Impact of Anti-Japan Movement on Japanese FDI Entry in China (Not Available for Download) Lori Yue  University of Southern California Marshall School of Business