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Organization Studies Department

Carroll School of Management

Boston College

Selected Publications and working paper

Jones. C. & Volpe, E.H. 2010. Organizational identification: Extending our understanding of social identities through social networks. Journal of Organizational Behavior, forthcoming (published online at InterWiley Science DOI: 10.1002/job.694).

 

Jones, C. 2010. Finding a place in history: Social and symbolic networks in creative careers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 31: 726748.

 

Dunn, M.B. & Jones, C. 2010. Institutional logics and institutional pluralism: the contestation of care and science logics in medical education, 1967-2005. Administrative Science Quarterly, 55: 114149.

 

Jones, C. & Livne-Tarandach, R. 2008. Designing a Frame: Rhetorical Strategies of Architects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29: 1075-1099

 

Jones, C. & Lichtenstein, B.B. 2008. Temporary Interorganizational Projects: How Temporal and Social Embeddedness Enhance Coordination and Manage Uncertainty. In Cropper, S., Ebers, M., Ring, P.S. & Huxham, C. (Editors), Handbook of Interorganizational Relations: 231-255. London: Oxford University Press.

 

Jones, C. & Dunn, M.B. 2007. The Centrality of Careers to Organizational Studies. In H. Gunz & M. Peiperl (editors), Handbook of Career Theory: 437-450. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

 

Jones, C. 2006. From technology to content: The shift in dominant logic in the early American film industry. In T. Lant, J. Lampel & J. Shamsie, (eds.), The business of culture: Strategic perspectives on entertainment and media: 195-204. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Jones, C. & Thornton, P. 2005. Introduction to Transformations in Cultural Industries. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 23: ix-xix.

Thornton, P., Jones, C. & Kury, K. 2005. Institutional Logics and Institutional Change in Organizations: Transformation in Accounting, Architecture, and Publishing. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 23: 127-172.

 

Jones, C., Anand, N. & Alvarez, J-L. 2005. Manufactured authenticity and creative voice in cultural industries: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Management Studies, 42(5): 893-899.

 

Jones, C. 2002. Signaling Expertise: How Signals Shape Careers in Creative Industries. In Peiperl, M.A., Arthur, M.B., and Anand, N. Career Creativity: Explorations in the Remaking of Work: 209-228. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press

 

Jones, C. 2001. Co- evolution of entrepreneurial careers, institutional rules and competitive dynamics in American film, 1895-1920. Organization Studies, 6: 911-944.

 

Jones, C. & Lichtenstein, B. 2000. Architecture of careers: Careers as strategy in professional services. In Pierperl, M., Arthur, M.B., Morris, T. & Goffee, R. (eds), Career frontiersnew conceptions of working lives: 153-176. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Jones, C., Lichtenstein, B. , Borgatti, S.P, Hesterly, W.S. & Tallman, S. B. 1999 How human and social capital in architectural and component knowledge influence project performance: an empirical test from the film industry. Working paper. Boston College.

 

Jones, C., Hesterly, W.S., Fladmoe-Lindquist, K. & Borgatti, S.P. 1998. Professional service constellations: How firm capabilities influence collaborative stability and change. Organization Science, 9: 396-410.

 

Jones, C. & Walsh, K. 1997. Boundaryless Careers in the US Film Industry: Understanding Labor Market Dynamics of Network Organizations. Industrielle Beizenhungen, 4: 58-73.

 

Jones, C., Hesterly, W.S., & Borgatti, S.P. 1997. A general theory of network governance: Exchange conditions and social mechanisms. Academy of Management Review, 22: 911-945.

Jones, C. & DeFillippi, R.J. 1996. Back to the future in film: Combining industry and self-knowledge to meet career challenges of the 21st century. Academy of Management Executive, 10(4), 89-104.

Jones, C. 1996. Careers in Project Networks: The Case of the Film Industry. In M. B. Arthur and D. M. Rousseau (Eds.), The Boundaryless Career: A New Employment Principle for a New Organizational Era: 58-75. New York: Oxford University Press.

Derr, C.B., Jones, C. & Toomey, E.L. 1988. Managing High Potential Employees: Current Practices in Thirty-Three US Corporations. Human Resource Management, 27: 273-290.