Articles and Book Chapters

Clemente, M., Durand, R., & Porac, J. F. (2016). “Organizational wrongdoing and media bias.” In D. Palmer, R. Greenwood, & K. Smith-Crowe (Eds.), Organizational wrongdoing (pp. 435-473). Cambridge University Press.

Rowell, C., Gustafsson, R., & Clemente, M. (2016). “How institutions matter “in time”: The temporal structures of practices and their effects on practice reproduction.” in J. Gehman, M. Lounsbury, R. Greenwood (Eds.) How Institutions Matter! Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 48A (pp. 303-327) Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Clemente, M., Durand, R., & Roulet, T. (2017). “The recursive nature of institutional change: An Annales School perspective.” Journal of Management Inquiry, 26(1): 17–31

Clemente, M., & Gabbioneta, C. (2017). “How do Media Frame Corporate Scandals? The Case of German Newspapers and the Volkswagen Diesel Scandal”. Journal of Management Inquiry special issue on “Corruption, Management, and Organizations”, 26(3): 287-302

Roulet, T. & Clemente, M. (2018). “Let’s Open the Media’s Black Box: The Media as a Set of Heterogeneous Actors and not only as a Homogenous Ensemble”, Academy of Management Review, 43(2), 327-329 (Dialogue)

Clemente, M. & Roulet, T. (2015). “Public Opinion as a Source of Deinstitutionalization: a ‘Spiral of Silence’ Approach” Academy of Management Review, 40(1): 96-114