The Appeal of Cultural Products
- Phillips, D. J. (2011, forthcoming) “Jazz and the Disconnected: City Structural
Disconnectedness and the Emergence of the Jazz Canon (1897 to 1933)” American
Journal of Sociology. 117, 2.
- Kahl, S., Y. K. Kim, and D. J. Phillips (2010). “Identity Sequences
and the Early Adoption Pattern of the Jazz Canon (1920 – 1929),”
Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 31: 81-113.
- Phillips, D. J. and Y. Kim (2009). “Why Pseudonyms? Deception
as Identity Preservation among Jazz Record Companies, 1920-1929.”
Organization Science, 20, 3: 481-499.
- Phillips, D. J. and D. A. Owens (2004). “Incumbents, innovation,
and competence: The emergence of recorded jazz, 1920 to 1929.” Music
in Society: The Sociological Agenda (Poetics), Volume 32, Special
Issue Guest-Edited by Richard A. Peterson and Timothy J. Dowd, 32: 281-295.
Firm Status and Interorganizational Networks
- Beckman, C. M.; Haunschild, P; and D. J. Phillips (2004). “Friends
or Strangers Firm Uncertainty, Market Uncertainty, and Network Partner Selection”
Organization Science, 15: 259-275.
- Phillips, D. J. and E. W. Zuckerman (2001). “Middle-Status
Conformity: Theoretical Restatement and Empirical Demonstration in Two Markets.”
American Journal of Sociology, 107, 2: 379-429.
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- Podolny, J. M. and D. J. Phillips (1996). “The Dynamics of
Organizational Status.” Industrial and Corporate Change,
5, 2: 453-471.
Entrepreneurship and Career Trajectories
- Sorensen, J. and D. J. Phillips (2011) “Competence and Commitment:
Employer Size and Entrepreneurial Endurance,” Industrial and Corporate
Change, 20, 3, 28p.
- Phillips,D. J. (2005). “Organizational Genealogies and the
Persistence of Gender Inequality: The Case of Silicon Valley Law Firms.”
Administrative Science Quarterly, 50: 440-472.
- Phillips, D. J. (2002). "A Genealogical Approach to Organizational
Life Chances: The Parent-Progeny Transfer and Silicon Valley Law Firms, 1946-1996."
Administrative Science Quarterly, 47: 474- 506.
Extra-organizational Determinants of Promotion
- Beckman, C. M. and D. J. Phillips (2005). “Interorganizational
Determinants of Promotion: Client Leadership and the Promotion of Women Attorneys”
American Sociological Review, 70: 678-701.
- Phillips, D. J. and J. B. Sorensen (2003). “Competitive Position
and Promotion Rates: Commercial Television Station Top Management, 1953-1988.”
Social Forces, 81, 3: 819-842.
- Phillips, D. J. (2001). “The Promotion Paradox: The Relationship
Between Organizational Mortality and Employee Promotion Chances in Silicon Valley
Law Firms, 1946-1996.” American Journal of Sociology,
106, 4: 1058-98.
- Chen, Y., R. Peterson, D. Phillips, J. Podolny, C. L. Ridgeway (2011). “Bringing
Status to the Table: Attaining, Maintaining, and Experiencing Status in Organizations
and Markets.” Special editors and co-authors of introductory article. Organization
- Phillips D. J. (2004). Book Review of “The Sociology of the Economy” by Frank Dobbin,
ed., Administrative Science Quarterly, 49, 4: 659.