Lights On MOR!
Lights On MOR! is a short video interview series with the authors of MOR articles, conducted by Ray Friedman, professor of management at Vanderbilt University and past president of IACMR. In these interviews, the authors talk about the impetus for their article, the insights they gained, and future directions for their field of research. We hope these videos will also let you get to know these authors, as people as well as scholars.
Ray Friedman introduces this new video series from Management and Organization Review, and discusses what you can look forward to from future videos.
In this first part of Lights On MOR! Ray Friedman talks with Sonja Opper and Ronald Burt to shine a light on their article “Early Network Events in the Later Success of Chinese Entrepreneurs“, published in Management and Organization Review.
In the second installment of Lights On MOR! Ray Friedman meets with authors FeiFei Lu and Xu Huang to shine a light on their article “Instrumental Love: Political Marriage and Family Firm Growth“, published in Management and Organization Review.
In the third installment of Lights on MOR! Yan Zhang joins Ray Friedman to discuss her Management and Organization Review article “Authoritarian Leadership and Extra-Role Behaviours: A Role-Perception Perspective“, co-authored with Yun-Hui Xie.
In the fourth instalment of Lights on MOR! Ray Friedman is joined by Xueguang Zhou to expand upon his Management and Organization Review article “Organizational Response to COVID-19 Crisis: Reflections on the Chinese Bureaucracy and Its Resilience“.
In the fifth installment of Lights on MOR! Ray Friedman talks with David Teece about two of his Management and Organization Review articles, “Tesla and the Reshaping of the Auto Industry” and “China and the Reshaping of the Auto Industry: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective“.