Tyler Wry
Tyler Wry
Associate Professor of Management, the Wharton School
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu - Homepage
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Legitimating nascent collective identities: Coordinating cultural entrepreneurship
T Wry, M Lounsbury, MA Glynn
Organization science 22 (2), 449-463, 2011
5082011
An identity-based approach to social enterprise
T Wry, JG York
Academy of Management Review 42 (3), 437-460, 2017
3502017
Categorizing categorization research: Review, integration, and future directions
JP Vergne, T Wry
Journal of Management Studies 51 (1), 56-94, 2014
2382014
More than a metaphor: Assessing the historical legacy of resource dependence and its contemporary promise as a theory of environmental complexity
T Wry, JA Cobb, HE Aldrich
Academy of Management annals 7 (1), 441-488, 2013
2382013
Hybrid vigor: Securing venture capital by spanning categories in nanotechnology
T Wry, M Lounsbury, PD Jennings
Academy of Management Journal 57 (5), 1309-1333, 2014
1592014
Not all inequality is equal: Deconstructing the societal logic of patriarchy to understand microfinance lending to women
EY Zhao, T Wry
Academy of management Journal 59 (6), 1994-2020, 2016
143*2016
Funding financial inclusion: Institutional logics and the contextual contingency of funding for microfinance organizations
JA Cobb, T Wry, EY Zhao
Academy of Management Journal 59 (6), 2103-2131, 2016
1292016
Substantive and evaluative media reputations among and within cognitive strategic groups
T Wry, DL Deephouse, G McNamara
Corporate Reputation Review 9 (4), 225-242, 2006
842006
Contextualizing the categorical imperative: Category linkages, technology focus, and resource acquisition in nanotechnology entrepreneurship
T Wry, M Lounsbury
Journal of Business Venturing 28 (1), 117-133, 2013
682013
Taking trade-offs seriously: Examining the contextually contingent relationship between social outreach intensity and financial sustainability in global microfinance
T Wry, EY Zhao
Organization Science 29 (3), 507-528, 2018
672018
Masters of disasters? An empirical analysis of how societies benefit from corporate disaster aid
L Ballesteros, M Useem, T Wry
Academy of Management Journal 60 (5), 1682-1708, 2017
652017
Does business and society scholarship matter to society? Pursuing a normative agenda with critical realism and neoinstitutional theory
TE Wry
Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2), 151-171, 2009
652009
Brace for impact: Uniting our diverse voices through a social impact frame
T Wry, H Haugh
Elsevier, 2018
322018
Institutional sources of technological knowledge: a community perspective on nanotechnology emergence
T Wry, R Greenwood, PD Jennings, M Lounsbury
Technology and organization: essays in honour of Joan woodward, 2010
262010
We do what we are: entrepreneurship as the expression of values and identity
M Conger, JG York, T Wry
Leeds School of Business and Wharton School of Business, 1-7, 2012
202012
Anchors aweigh? Then time to head upstream: Why we need to theorize “mission” before “drift”
C Varendh-Mansson, T Wry, A Szafarz
Academy of Management Review 45 (1), 230-233, 2020
152020
The cultural context of status: Generating important knowledge in nanotechnology
T Wry, M Lounsbury, R Greenwood
Status in management and organizations, 155-190, 2011
122011
Blended colors or black and white? Avoiding dichotomous thinking in identity and entrepreneurship
T Wry, JG York
Academy of Management Review 44 (1), 215-219, 2019
112019
Opportunity, status, and similarity: Exploring the varied antecedents and outcomes of category spanning innovation
T Wry, AR Castor
From categories to categorization: Studies in sociology, organizations and …, 2017
62017
Resource-Dependence Theory
A Cobb, T Wry
Oxford University Press, 2014
52014
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