Paul Ingram

Kravis Professor of Business

Management

BBA, Brock, Ontario, 1990; MS, Cornell, 1993; PhD, 1994

Joined CBS in 1998

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Paul Ingram

Office
712 Uris

Phone
212-854-2740

E-mail
pi17@columbia.edu

Fax
212-854-3778

Teaching and research interest

Paul Ingram is the Kravis Professor Business at the Columbia Business School, and Faculty Director of the Columbia Senior Executive Program. His PhD is from Cornell University, and he was on the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University before coming to Columbia. He has held visiting professorships at Tel Aviv University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the University of Toronto. The courses he teaches on management and strategy benefit from his research on organizations in the United States, Canada, Israel, Scotland, China and Australia. His research has been published in more than forty articles, book chapters and books. Ingram's current research projects examine the influence of intergovernmental organizations on foreign direct investment and democratization; the structure and efficacy of managers' professional networks in China and the United States; and the effects of networks and institutions on the evolution of the Glasgow shipbuilding industry. He has served as a consulting editor for the American Journal of Sociology, a senior editor for Organization Science, an Associate Editor for Management Science and on the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly and Strategic Organization. He has served as President of the College of Organization Science of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS), and he is a member of the Program Advisory Board of WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany. Paul's undergraduate degree is from Brock University where received the Governor General's Award as the top graduating student. In 2004 he received the Distinguished Graduate Award from Brock's Faculty of Business. In 2007 he won the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence at the Columbia Business School, in 2011 he received the Award for Commitment to Excellence twice, once from the graduating EMBA Global-Asia class and second time from the graduating New York-based classes. He has thrice been chosen by graduating EMBA students to deliver the keynote speech at their commencement ceremony. He has consulted on issues of organizational design and strategy to leading companies in the finance, health care and consumer products industries. Paul was born in Canada to immigrant parents. He is an alumnus of the proletariat, and the first in his family to attend college.

Journal articles

Laws of Attraction: Regulatory Arbitrage in the Face of Activism in Right-to-Work States In American Sociological Review (2011)
Author(s): Hayagreeva Rao, Lori Qingyuan Yue, Paul Ingram

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Organizing the In-Between: The Population Dynamics of Network Weaving Organizations in the Global Interstate Network In Administrative Science Quarterly (2010)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Magnus Thor Torfason

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Continuous punishment and the potential of gentle rule enforcement In Behavioural Processes (2010)
Author(s): Ido Erev, Paul Ingram, Ornit Raz, Dror Shany

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Institutional Rivalry and the Entrepreneurial Strategy of Economic Development: Business Incubator Foundings in Three States In Research in the Sociology of Work (2010)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Jiao Luo, Joseph Eshun

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Activists, categories, and markets: Racial diversity and protests against Wal-Mart store openings in America In Research in the Sociology of Organizations (2010)
Author(s): Hayagreeva Rao, Lori Qingyuan Yue, Paul Ingram

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Embeddedness and New Idea Discussion in Professional Networks: The Mediating Role of Affect-Based Trust In The Journal of Creative Behavior (2010)
Author(s): Roy Chua, Michael Morris, Paul Ingram

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The Global Rise of Democracy: A Network Account In American Sociological Review (2010)
Author(s): Magnus Thor Torfason, Paul Ingram

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Trouble in Store: Probes, Protests and Store Openings by Wal-Mart: 1998-2007 In American Journal of Sociology (2010)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Lori Qingyuan Yue, Hayagreeva Rao

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Guanxi vs Networking: Distinctive Configurations of Affect- and Cognition-based Trust in the Networks of Chinese versus American Managers In Journal of International Business Studies (2009)
Author(s): Yong Joo Roy Chua, Michael Morris, Paul Ingram

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Business friendships In Research in Organizational Behavior (2008)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Xi Zou

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Structure, affect and identity as bases of organizational competition and cooperation In Academy of Management Annals (2008)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Lori Qingyuan Yue

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The Intergovernmental Network of World Trade: IGO Connectedness, Governance, and Embeddedness In American Journal of Sociology (2005)
Author(s): Marc Busch, Paul Ingram, Jeffrey Robinson

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CaseWorks

Goldman Sachs: Challenged by Crisis and Pressures: Fall 2013
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Steven G. Mandis

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Implementing Change at Teleswitches: Summer 2013
Author(s): Paul Ingram

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Leading by your Values: Joe Almeida: Summer 2013
Author(s): Paul Ingram

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Chocolat Cordon Rouge: A Capital Budgeting Review : Summer 2013
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Daniel Wolfenzon

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Operation Tomodachi: Spring 2013
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Captain Matthew S. Feely

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Competition in the Geo-Mosaic Industry : Fall 2012
Author(s): Sheena Iyengar, Paul Ingram

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Does Size Matter? GM Management's Mandate to Decide: Fall 2011
Author(s): Trevor Harris, Robert Bontempo, Paul Ingram

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The Evolution of Change at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Winter 2012
Author(s): Todd Jick , Paul Ingram

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There Will Be Oil: Fall 2011
Author(s): Paul Ingram , Jiao Luo

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The Coup: Spring 2012
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Alignment: Fall 2011
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Patagonia Role-Play Exercise: The Role of the Seller: Spring 2010
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Ko Kuwabara

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Organizational Change: The DVP>C Formula: Spring 2011
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Handling Change at Ferguson: The Credit Function: Fall 2008
Author(s): Bruce Craven, Paul Ingram

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Working Papers

Managing Agency Problems in Early Shareholder Capitalism: An Exploration of Liverpool Shipping, 1744–1785 Working Paper (2011)
Author(s): Brian S. Silverman, Paul Ingram

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Supplying Market Order: An Institutional Analysis of the Effectiveness of Private Regulation Working Paper (2011)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Jiao Luo

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Bonds and Boundaries: Network Structure, Organizational Boundaries, and Job Performance Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Xi Zou, Paul Ingram

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Social Networks and Subjective Well-Being: The Effect of Regulatory Fit Working paper (2010)
Author(s): Xi Zou, Paul Ingram, E. Tory Higgins

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Appetite for destruction: The impact of the September 11 attacks on business founding Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Srikanth Paruchuri, Paul Ingram

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Casting a Net: Network Leverage and Relational Exchange in Clyde River Shipbuilding Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Arie Eric Lifschitz, Jiao Luo

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The Price of Relationships: Experience Transfer, Contractual Governance and Performance in Repeated Vertical Exchanges Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Paul Ingram

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Spanning the Institutional Abyss: The Intergovernmental Network and the Governance of Foreign Direct Investment Working Paper No. 09-045 (2008)
Author(s): Juan Alcacer, Paul Ingram

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The Social Structure of Affect- and Cognition-based Trust in Chinese and American Managerial Networks (2005)
Author(s): Yong Joo Roy Chua, Michael Morris, Paul Ingram

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Whom in Our Network Do We Trust (and How Do We Trust Them)?: Cognition- and Affect-Based Trust in Managers' Professional Networks Working paper (2005)
Author(s): Yong Joo Roy Chua, Paul Ingram, Michael Morris

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Forthcoming Articles

Do People Mix at Mixers? Structure, Homophily, and the Pattern of Encounter at a Business Networking Party In Adminstrative Science Quarterly (2007)
Author(s): Paul Ingram, Michael Morris

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