Jiang, W. & Ginena, K. 2021. Meaning Detachment and Deviation from Invincibility Cultural Scripts among Stunt Performers. Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Conference.
Ginena, K. 2019. Whose Back Do You Have? How Firefighters Conceive and Manage Loyalty Tensions. Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, USA.
Paper awarded 2019 AOM Best Dissertation-Based Paper Award (OB Division). Below are comments from the award granting committee – Matt Pearsall (UNC), Ethan Bernstein (Harvard), Aparna Joshi (Penn State), Margaret Luciano (Arizona State), Lynn McFarland (South Carolina), Chad Murphy (Oregon State), Colleen Stuart (Johns Hopkins):
“Rigor and relevance ooze from this deeply impressive study and beautifully articulated paper. I already look forward to citing this paper when it is published!”
“The use of the occupational context of firefighting to forward a novel take on right versus right dilemmas is fascinating. The data are rich and the paper offers an important advance to the ethics literature. I look forward to seeing a paper based on this research in print."
“Very well-written. Good use of theory to justify investigation. This is exactly the way qualitative approaches should be applied—to help better understand a phenomenon. This paper will help direct future quantitative research.”
“The paper stood out as identifying an interesting and important problem that has received relatively little attention, and then designing and conducting a rigorous study to explore that problem. The paper was very well-written and conveyed a depth of understanding of the relevant academic literature, qualitative methods, and the study context.”
“It is well-motivated, theorized and written. I agree with the author that right-right dilemmas thorny to grapple with, and impressed that (s)he decided to tackle this topic.”
Behfar, K., Peterson, R., Hu, X., Lynch, J., Ginena, K. 2018. In a Conflict State of Mind: How Do People Act on Upon Their Expectations of Conflict? Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, USA.
Ginena, K., & Lewis, M. 2018. Feeling Conflicted: Tensions at the Individual Level Within Organizations. Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, USA.
Ginena, K., Parmar, B., & Wicks, A. 2017. Stakeholder Orientation and its Effect on Perspective Taking and Job Satisfaction. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Ginena, K., Parmar, B., & Wicks, A. 2017. Stakeholder Orientation and its Effect on Perspective Taking and Job Satisfaction. Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA. Freeman, R.E. & Ginena, K. 2015. Rethinking the Purpose of the Corporation: Challenges from Stakeholder Theory. Notizie di Politeia, XXXI (117), 9 - 18.
Parmar, B., Wicks, A., & Ginena, K., Employee Stakeholder Orientation, Job Satisfaction, and Perspective Taking. [Stage: Manuscript under review at Journal of Management]
Ginena, K., & Jiang, W. The Ghosts of Hollywood: Navigating Dangers, Invisibility, and Precariousness in the Stunt Profession. [Stage: Data analysis underway. Target: Administrative Science Quarterly]
Ginena, K., & Pratt, M. G. Am I Still a Firefighter if I Drive an Ambulance? The Impact of New Tasks on Occupational Meaning and Meaningfulness. [Stage: Data analysis underway. Target: Academy of Management Journal]
Ginena, K. Cultivating Loyalty in the Fire Service. [Stage: Data analysis underway. Target: Organization Science]
Behfar, K., Peterson, R., Hu, X., Lynch, J., & Ginena, K. Team Leadership Practices in Face, Honor, and Dignity Cultures: How the Power Distance Value is Enacted by Team Leaders. [Stage: Data analysis underway. Target: Administrative Science Quarterly]