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Dr. Joel Bothello

Assistant Professor, Management
Concordia University Research Chair in Resilience and Institutions


Dr.  Joel Bothello
David Ward
Office: S-MB 13125 
John Molson Building,
1450 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2781
Email: joel.bothello@concordia.ca
Website(s): http://www.joelbothello.com/


Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Bitektine, A., Haack, P., Bothello, J., & Mair, J. (2020) Inhabited actors: Internalizing institutions through communication and actorhood models. Journal of Management Studies, vol. 57(4): 885-897

Bothello, J., Nason, R.S., & Schnyder, G. (2019) Institutional voids and Organization studies: Towards an Epistemological Rupture. Organization Studies, vol. 40(10): 1499-1512.

Bothello, J. & Mehrpouya, A. (2019) Between regulatory field structuring and organizational roles: Intermediation in the field of Sustainable Urban Development. Regulation & Governance, vol. 13(2): 177-196.

Bothello, J. & Roulet, T.J. (2019)  The Imposter Syndrome, or the Mis‐Representation of Self in Academic Life. Journal of Management Studies, vol. 56(4): 854-861.

Bothello, J. & Salles-Djelic, M.-L. (2018)  Evolving Conceptualizations of Organizational Environmentalism: A Path Generation Account. Organization Studies, vol. 39(1): 83-119.

Linder, S. & Bothello, J. (2015) Antecedents to Autonomous Strategic Action: What about Decline? IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. 62(2): 226-236

Djelic, M.L. & Bothello, J. (2013) Limited Liability and its Moral Hazard Implications – The Systemic Inscription of Instability in Contemporary Capitalism. Theory and Society, vol. 43(6): 589-615.
(2015 Syntec Award Winner and 2013 Halloran Award winner)

Practitioner Publications

Roulet, T. & Bothello, J. (2020) Why “De-growth” Shouldn’t Scare Businesses. Harvard Business Review. February 14th. 

Prophil, Delsol Avocats, ESSEC Philanthropy Chair (2015) Première étude européenne sur les fondations actionnaires. Prophil: Paris, France

Book Chapters

Bothello, J., Gautier, A., & Pache, A.-C. (2019). Families, firms and philanthropy: Shareholder foundation responses to competing goals. In L. Roza, L. Meijs, & von Schnurbein, G. (Eds.), International research handbook on corporate foundations. Berlin: Springer.

Case Studies

Ahmadsimab, A. & Bothello, J. (2020) “Stamina – Triathlete’s Performance Studio” Ref: 820-0008-1, Cranfield, UK: The Case Centre


Participation activities

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