Assistant Professor of Strategy & Organisation
“ My research explores how organizations and institutions construct, contribute to, and aim to address social problems, particularly different forms of inequality. She has studied the latter in contexts such as: allocative decisions in social services for the homeless, bases for support in crowdfunding ventures, democratic governance in hybrid organizations, and (social) entrepreneurship as a tool for reducing socio-economic inequalities in disadvantaged communities.
- Radoynovska, N., and B. King. (2019) “To Whom are you True? Audience Perceptions of Authenticity in Nascent Crowdfunding Ventures.” Organization Science: 30(4), 781-802.
- Radoynovska, N. (2017) “Working Within Discretionary Boundaries: Allocative Rules, Exceptions, and the Micro-foundations of Inequ(al)ity.” Organization Studies: 1-22.
- Ocasio, W., and N. Radoynovska. (2016) “Strategy and Commitments to Institutional Logics: Organizational Heterogeneity in Governance and Business Models.” Strategic Organization 14(4): 287 – 309.
- Authenticity Perceptions in Hybrid Organizations (with Rachel Ruttan). Under Review
- Varieties of (Social) Entrepreneurship: Mechanisms of Social Change Through Entrepreneurial Initiatives in Disadvantaged Communities. Working Paper
- Democracy is an Endless, Ill-Attended Meeting: Managing Democratic Governance in Multistakeholder Hybrid Organizations. Working Paper
(Social) entrepreneurship, inequality, hybrid organizations, institutional pluralism/complexity
Primarily qualitative (interview-based, ethnographic), but also some experimental