Professor

Bryant HUDSON

Bryant HUDSON
Full Professor
Ph.D. in International Management Studies - University of Texas at Dallas
Track: Innovation and Entrepreneurship
LEM Member
Education
  • 1997 : Ph.D. in International Management Studies, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
  • 1983 : Master of Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Scientific prizes and Awards
Awards
  • 2020 : 2020 Joanne Martin Trailblazer Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management. Shared with Doug Creed (University of Rhode Island), Gerardo Okhuysen (University of California, Irvine), and Maureen Scully (University of Massachusetts Boston), Academy of Management
Honors
  • 2019 : The 5th Annual Tucker Awards for Excellence in Swearing, Strong Language
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Hudson B. A., Creed W.E.D., Taylor Steven, (2020). Institutional Aesthetics: Embodied Ways of Knowing and Institutional Processes, Organization Studies, 41 (3) 415-435.
  • Hudson B. A., Yapici Herrmann Nilufer, (2020). Mobilizing scandal to stop a deal: The politicization of cross-border M&As, Journal of International Management, Forthcoming (Forthcoming) Forthcoming.
  • Helms Wesley, Patterson Karen, Hudson B. A., (2019). Let’s Not “Taint” Stigma Research with Legitimacy, Please, Journal of Management Inquiry, 28 (1) 5-10.
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  • Jarvis Lee, Goodrick Elizabeth, Hudson B. A., (2019). Where the Heart Functions Best: The Role of Suppressed Emotion in Disruptive Institutional Work, Academy of Management Journal, 62 (5) 1358–1387.
  • Hudson Bryant, (2019). Fuck, fuck, fuck: Reflexivity and fidelity in reporting swearwords in management research, M@n@gement, 22 (3) 496-506.
  • Stewart S., Castrogiovanni G., Hudson B., (2016). A foot in both camps: role identity and entrepreneurial orientation in professional service firms, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 22 (5) 718-744.
  • Hudson B., Okhuysen G., (2014). Taboo Topics: Structural Barriers to the Study of Organizational Stigma, Journal of Management Inquiry, 23 (3) 242-253.
  • Douglas Creed W., Hudson B. A., Okhuysen G., Smith-Crowe K., (2014). Swimming in a Sea of Shame: Incorporating Emotion into Explanations of Institutional Reproduction and Change, Academy of Management Review, 39 (3) 275-301.
  • Hudson B., Okhuysen G., (2009). Not with a Ten-Foot Pole: Core Stigma, Stigma Transfer, and Improbable Persistence of Men's Bathhouses, Organization Science, 20 (1) 134-153.
  • Hudson B., (2008). Against All Odds: A Consideration of Core-Stigmatized Organizations, Academy of Management Review, 33 (1) 252-266.
  • Hudson B., MacLean T., (2006). Talking Tainted Topics: Insights and Ideas on Researching Socially Disapproved Organizational Behavior, Journal of Management Inquiry, 15 (1) 59-68.
  • Galvin T., Ventresca M., Hudson B., (2004). Contested Industry Dynamics: New Directions in the Study of Legitimacy, International Studies of Management and Organization, 34 (4) 56-82.
  • Hudson B., Wong-MingJi D., (2001). Legitimacy and Illegitimacy: A Contest of Institutional Knowledge as Power, Organization, 8 (2) 396-402.
  • Hudson B., Bielefeld W., (1997). Structures of multinational nonprofit organizations, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 8 (1) 31-49.
Book Chapters
  • Hudson B., (2016), Stigma, in: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation.
Peer Review Proceedings
  • Newburry W., Gardberg N. A., Hudson B., Feffer Y., (2015), Adoption of LGBT-Friendly Policies: Social Construction, Coercion, Competition, or Learning?, in: Academy of Management Proceedings Academy of Management , pp.11763-11763.
  • Moura D., Hudson B., (2014), Betting on football to induce change: An examination of an antenarrative journey to narrative glory, in: Proceedings of the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Academy of Management , pp.2014:1 17331.
Research fields
  • Strategic Responses to Organization-Level Stigma and Shame
  • Strategic Responses to Macro-Sociocultural Pressures
  • Business and Society/Social Issues in Management
  • Institutional Theory
  • Strategy and Implementation
Teaching
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Ent research methodology
  • Bachelor business game
  • Change management
  • Fundamentals of organization
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