Research & Publications

PUBLICATIONS

  • Parkinson, Carolyn, Adam M. Kleinbaum and Thalia Wheatley (2018). “Similar Neural Responses Predict Friendship.” Nature Communications 9(1): 332 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. (2018). “Reorganization and Tie Decay Choices.” Management Science 64(5): 2219-2237 (preprint).
  • Parkinson, Carolyn, Adam M. Kleinbaum and Thalia Wheatley (2017). “Spontaneous Neural Encoding of Social Network Position.” Nature Human Behaviour 1: 72 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M., Alexander H. Jordan and Pino Audia (2015). “An Alter-Centric Perspective on the Origins of Brokerage in Social Networks: How Perceived Empathy Moderates the Self-Monitoring Effect.” Organization Science, 26(4): 1226-1242 (preprint).
  • Feiler, Daniel C. and Adam M. Kleinbaum. (2015) “Popularity, Similarity, and the Network Extraversion Bias.” Psychological Science, 26(5): 593-603 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. and Toby E. Stuart (2014). “Network Responsiveness: The Social Structural Microfoundations of Dynamic Capabilities.” Academy of Management Perspectives 28(4): 353-367 (preprint).
    • Reprinted as Kleinbaum, Adam M., and Toby E. Stuart (2015). “Network Responsiveness: The Social Structural Microfoundations of Dynamic Capabilities” in The Oxford Handbook of Dynamic Capabilities, edited by David J. Teece. New York: Oxford University Press (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. and Toby E. Stuart (2014). “Inside the Black Box of the Corporate Staff: Social Networks and the Implementation of Corporate Strategy.” Strategic Management Journal 35(1):  24-47 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M., Toby E. Stuart and Michael L. Tushman (2013). “Discretion Within Constraint: Homophily and Structure in a Formal Organization.” Organization Science 24(5): 1316-1336 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. (2012). “Organizational Misfits and the Origins of Brokerage in Intra-Firm Networks.” Administrative Science Quarterly 57: 407-452 (preprint).
  • Quintane, Eric and Adam M. Kleinbaum (2011). “Matter Over Mind? E-mail Data and the Measurement of Social Networks.” Connections 31(1): 22-46 (flagship journal of the International Network for Social Network Analysis). (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. (2011). “Interdependent Innovation” in World Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship (Leo Dana, ed.): 259-260 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. and Michael L. Tushman (2008). “Managing Corporate Social Networks.” Harvard Business Review 86(7-8): 26 (preprint).
  • Tushman, Michael L., Charles A. O’Reilly, Amy Fenollosa, Adam M. Kleinbaum and Dan McGrath (2007). “Relevance and Rigor: Executive Education as a Lever in Shaping Practice and Research.” Academy of Management Learning & Education 6(3): 345-362 (preprint).
  • Kleinbaum, Adam M. and Michael L. Tushman (2007). “Building Bridges: The Social Structure of Interdependent Innovation.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 1(1): 103-122 (preprint).

WORKING PAPERS

WORK IN PROGRESS

  • “Collective Thought: Network Structure and Convergent Neural Activity in Groups” with Beau Sievers and Thalia Wheatley.
  • “Is a Network A Network? On the Limits of Generalizability in Network Research” with Exequiel Hernandez and Andrew Shipilov.
  • “On Agency and its Limits: The Asymmetric Effects of Offsites on Tie Formation” with Madeline King Kneeland.
  • “Personality, Structural Preferences and Social Networks” with Hillary Anger Elfenbein and Daisung Jang.
  • “The Role of Centrality in the Perception of Descriptive Social Norms” with Daniel C. Feiler and Jennifer Dannals.
  • “Cognition and Networks” with Edward Bishop Smith, Raina Brands and Matthew Brashears.
  • “Exploring Gender Difference in Network Responsiveness to Intra-organizational Mobility” with Evelyn Zhang and Brandy Aven.
  • "How People Mix at Mixers" with Adrienne Wood and Thalia Wheatley.
  • “The Peacock Effect: Network Recall, Extraversion, and the Affordances of Opportunity” with Daniel C. Feiler.
  • “Social Neuroplasticity and the Network Origins of Cognitive Inertia” with Carolyn Parkinson and Thalia Wheatley.
  • “Network Consequences of Endogenous Team Formation” with Taya Cohen.