Sub-theme 40: The Micro and Macro of Social Evaluations: Implications for Theory, Methods and Practice

Patrick Haack, HEC Lausanne, Switzerland
Alexandre B. Bitektine, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Canada
Anastasiya Zavyalova, Rice University, Houston, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Introduction & Kick-off
Chair: Patrick Haack
Daniel B. Sands
Status, evaluation, and paradox: Disentangling the pathways through which status can affect evaluation in markets
Eunice Rhee and Yu-Chieh Lo
The effect of audience-organization value congruence on category evaluation: A study of the “vegan” category
• Sub-theme convenors: Opening of the sub-theme
• Donald Lange: “Reflections on social evaluations as a research field”
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Chair: Alexandre B. Bitektine
Rolf Brühl, Melanie Eichhorn and Johannes Jahn
The Micro foundation of legitimacy: How the Legitimacy-as-Attitude approach helps to explain legitimacy repair
Tijs Adriaan van den Broek, David Langley, Michel L. Ehrenhard and Aard Groen
When do evaluators speak up? An experimental study into the influence of evaluation mode on the expression of legitimacy judgements
Yanfei Hu
Which one to prioritize: Organization legitimacy, or issue legitimacy? A longitudinal view of negotiating dual legitimacies during institutional change
Mirko Ernkvist and Rasmus Nykvist
Evaluating options backstage: Process tracing the legitimacy evaluation of the first for profit derivatives exchange
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 16:00 to 17:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Chair: Annie Zavyalova
Sanne Nijs, Nicky Dries, Luc Sels and Veronique Van Vlasselaer
Reframing talent identification as a status-organizing process: Using data mining to understand informal talent hierarchies between peers in teams
Theodor Vladasel
Organizational status loss and individual social and economic evaluation
Balázs Szatmári and Seok-Hyun (Stephen) Hwang
Like a tree falling unheard in the forest: The effect of audience remembering on status spillover
Yasir Dewan and Michael Jensen
Catching the big fish: The role of scandals in making status a liability
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Interesting Empirics
Chair: Patrick Haack
Yann Truong, Claire-Lise Ackermann and Richard Klink
The role of legitimacy and reputation judgments in users’ selection of service providers on sharing economy platforms
Katerina Guba and Angelika Tsivinskaya
University evaluation as event stigma: the use of administrative data on state control of Russian universities
Wiley Wakeman
Unethical gratitude? Feelings of gratitude predict prosocial responses to others' unethical behaivors.
Moritz Gruban and Patrick Haack
Interrogating an interrogation program from a social evaluations perspective: The legitimization of torture within the CIA
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Trust & Legitimacy - Room: TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Chair: Alexandre B. Bitektine
Nicole Gillespie, Donald Lange and Niamh Daly
Understanding stakeholder trust within a controversial industry
Prince Oguguo, Charles-Clemens Rüling and Corine Genet
Trust in the age of information: The role of stakeholder attention in initial trust of organizations
Mayur Joshi, Nuruddin Ahmed and Jean-Philippe Vergne
In .gov we trust? Institutional trust ambivalence following demonetization in India
Ana M. Aranda, Yasir Dewan and Tal Simons
The quest for appropriateness: The antecedents and outcomes of organizational legitimacy
Discussant(s): All participants
Parallel Stream B: Signals & Status - Room: TLÜ, Terra, T-305
Chair: Annie Zavyalova
Ivana Naumovska and Violina Rindova
Effective vs. reliable signals: A theoretical extension of signaling theory and an empirical test
Jiwon Byun, Mooweon Rhee and Daegyu Yang
How discrepancy between status and reputation leads to downward status-heterophilous partner selection
Erik Aadland, Gino Cattani, Denise Falchetti and Simone Ferriani
The interplay between status and social ties in peer audience evaluations: A laboratory experiment and field study
Timo Meynhardt and Anna Jasinenko
The social evaluation of public value: Development and validation of a public value scale
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Negative Social Evaluations
Chair: Annie Zavyalova
Amelie Clauzel, Hélène Delacour and Sébastien Liarte
The influence of an expert negative judgment on the consumers’ judgment in the haute cuisine field
Laura Illia, Michael Etter, Elanor Colleoni, Nuccio Ludovico, Marco Caserta and Itziar Castelló
Margarita Cruz, Jan Goldenstein and Patrick Haack
Trump’s presidential election: Stigma transfer, social evaluations, and category dynamics in the U.S. luxury hotel industry
Kam Phung, Madeline Toubiana, Sean Buchanan, Trish Ruebottom and Luciana Turchick Hakak
Uber’ing away stigma: The impact of sharing technology on stigmatized occupations
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Terra, T-307
Negative Social Evaluations and Reputation
Chair: Patrick Haack
Kirsti Iivonen
Discursive Microfoundations of Social Evaluations: Emotions in Individual Delegitimacy Judgments
Kevin Curran, Chris Moos and Ken Okamura
In or out? exploring effects of being ranked for high reputation organizations
Erin Makarius, Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi and Charles Stevens
More than a big name: Developing a positive reputation in emerging markets
Final Wrap-up & Outlook by the Sub-theme Convenors