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    Who Do They Think They Are? Identity as an Antecedent of Social Activism by Institutional Shareholders
    with Elise Perrault and Rehbein Kathleen
    Business and Society 59 (6): 1228-1268. 2018.
    Shareholder activists increasingly pressure corporations on social policy issues; yet, extant research provides little understanding of who these activists are and how they choose their corporate targets. In this article, we adopt an activist-centered approach and rely on hybrid organizational identity theory to determine, in a two-phase analysis, how shareholder activists define their economic and social identities and whether these identities are associated with specific target characteristics…Read more