Prof. Tal Simons
Tal Simons is a professor of organisation theory at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).
Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Department of Organisation and Personnel Management
Scholarly Publications (22)
- T. Sagiv, T. Simons & I. Drori (2020). The Construction of Authenticity in the Creative Process: Lessons from Choreographers of Contemporary Dance. Organization Science, 31 (1), 23-46. doi: 10.1287/orsc.2019.1318 [go to publisher's site]
- T. Simons & J. Eckblad (2019). TiSEM Teaching Innovation Award (academic year 2017-2018) for the course Creative Entrepreneurship. Wetenschappelijk.
- A. Aranda & T. Simons (2018). On two sides of the smoke screen: How activist organizations and corporations use protests, campaign contributions and lobbyists to influence institutional change. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 56, 261-315. doi: 10.1108/S0733-558X20180000056011 [go to publisher's site]
- T. Simons, P. Vermeulen & J. Knoben (2016). How small bars resist smoking bans in the Netherlands. (blog). LSE Review. (available: 21 Jun 2016).
- T. Simons, P.A.M. Vermeulen & J. Knoben (2016). There’s no beer without a smoke: Community cohesion and neighboring communities’ effects on organizational resistance to anti-smoking regulations in the Dutch hospitality industry.
- T. Simons, P. Vermeulen & J. Knoben (2016). There’s no beer without a smoke: Community cohesion and neighboring communities’ effects on organizational resistance to antismoking regulations in the Dutch hospitality industry. Academy of Management Journal, 59 (2), 545-578. doi: 10.5465/amj.2014.0379 [go to publisher's site]
- P. Vermeulen, T. Simons & J. Knoben (2012). A Community Level Theory of Organizational Resistance to Anti-Smoking Regulation. In Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2012.140
- P. Vermeulen, T. Simons & J. Knoben (2012). OMT division Best International paper award. Annual meeting: Boston. Wetenschappelijk.
- P. Vermeulen, T. Simons & J. Knoben (2012). AOM Carolyn Dexter award for Best International paper. Annual meeting: Boston. Wetenschappelijk.
- P.W. Roberts, T. Simons & A. Swaminathan (2010). Crossing a categorical boundary: The implications of switching from non-kosher wine production in the Israeli wine market. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 31, 153-173. [go to publisher's site]
- T. Simons & P.W. Roberts (2008). Local and non-local pre-founding experience and new organizational form penetration: The case of the Israeli wine industry. Administrative Science Quarterly, 53 (2), 235-265. doi: 10.2189/asqu.53.2.235 [go to publisher's site]
- T. Simons & P.W. Roberts (2006). LOCAL AND NON-LOCAL PRE-FOUNDING EXPERIENCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL FORM TRANSFORMATION: THE CASE OF THE ISRAELI WINE INDUSTRY. In Academy of Management Proceedings. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management doi: 10.5465/ambpp.2006.27176587
- A. Rafaeli, O. Hadomi & T. Simons (2005). Recruiting through advertising or employee referrals: Costs, yields, and the effects of geographic focus. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 14 (4), 355-366. doi: 10.1080/13594320500183709
- T. Simons & P. Ingram (2004). An ecology of ideology: Theory and evidence from four populations. Industrial and Corporate Change, 13 (1), 33-59. doi: 10.1093/icc/13.1.33
- T. Simons & P. Ingram (2003). Enemies of the state: The interdependence of institutional forms and the ecology of the kibbutz, 1910–1997. Administrative Science Quarterly, 48 (4), 592-621. doi: 10.2307/3556638
- P. Ingram & T. Simons (2002). The transfer of experience in groups of organizations: Implications for performance and competition. Management Science, 48 (12), 1517-1533. doi: 10.1287/mnsc.48.12.1517.437
- T. Simons & P. Ingram (2000). The kibbutz for organizational behavior. Research in Organizational Behavior, 22, 283-343. doi: 10.1016/S0191-3085(00)22008-X [go to publisher's site]
- P. Ingram & T. Simons (2000). State formation, ideological competition, and the ecology of Israeli workers' cooperatives, 1920–1992. Administrative Science Quarterly, 45 (1), 25-53. doi: 10.2307/2666978
- P. Ingram & T. Simons (1999). THE EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCE IN A MORAL ECONOMY: EMBEDDED TIES AND VICARIOUS LEARNING IN KIBBUTZ AGRICULTURE. In Academy of Management Proceedings. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management doi: 10.5465/apbpp.1999.27625880
- T. Simons & P. Ingram (1997). Organization and ideology: Kibbutzim and hired labor, 1951-1965. Administrative Science Quarterly, 42 (4), 784-813. doi: 10.2307/2393657
- P. Ingram & T. Simons (1995). Institutional and resource dependence determinants of responsiveness to work-family issues. Academy of Management Journal, 38 (5), 1466-1482. doi: 10.5465/256866 [go to publisher's site]
- P.S. Tolbert, T. Simons, A. Andrews & J. Rhee (1995). The Effects of Gender Composition in Academic Departments on Faculty Turnover. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48 (3), 562-579. doi: 10.1177/001979399504800313
Work in Progress (5)
- T. Simons & T. Sagiv (2019). Identity on the move: The interplay among the creative product, the leader, and the organization in the dynamics of identity work.
- M. Eisenman & T. Simons (2019). A rising tide lifts all boats: The origins of institutionalized aesthetic innovation. Under review. Advances in Strategic Management.
- Y. Dewan & T. Simons (2019). The ideological imperative: The role of ideology in news coverage of deviant organizations.
- A. Aranda, Y. Dewan & T. Simons (2019). The antecedents and outcomes of organizational legitimacy: A meta-analysis and theory.
- S. Koornneef & T. Simons (2019). Once upon a time: Effects of temporal anchoring devices on audience members’ perceptions of organizations. Under review. Organization Science.
Editorial positions (3)
Academy of Management Journal
Organization Memberships (3)
Academy of Management (AoM)
Member Executive Committee
Academy of Management (AoM)
Member Graduate Studies Committee
European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)
Member Graduate Studies Committee