Places, as constitutive of institutional life, are important loci in the unfolding of institutional processes. This Symposium builds on the recent interest on the role of places and spaces and their interplay in institutional processes of maintenance and change. Adding to prior advances, it introduces and discusses the linkages between places, spaces, and communities and their role in reimagining institutions in crisis, disruption, and change. By bringing together conceptual and empirical research that usefully interlinks place, space, communities and institutional dynamics, this Symposium aims at discerning how their role and interplay can be theorized to understand institutional repair, renewal, and creation.
|Series||Academy of Management Proceedings|