Amir Goldberg
Amir Goldberg
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business
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Mapping shared understandings using relational class analysis: The case of the cultural omnivore reexamined
A Goldberg
American journal of sociology 116 (5), 1397-1436, 2011
2452011
Neither ideologues nor agnostics: Alternative voters’ belief system in an age of partisan politics
D Baldassarri, A Goldberg
American Journal of Sociology 120 (1), 45-95, 2014
1392014
Fitting in or standing out? The tradeoffs of structural and cultural embeddedness
A Goldberg, SB Srivastava, VG Manian, W Monroe, C Potts
American Sociological Review 81 (6), 1190–1222, 2016
1382016
Sociology in the era of big data: The ascent of forensic social science
DA McFarland, K Lewis, A Goldberg
The American Sociologist 47 (1), 12-35, 2016
1312016
What does it mean to span cultural boundaries? Variety and atypicality in cultural consumption
A Goldberg, MT Hannan, B Kovács
American Sociological Review 81 (2), 215-241, 2016
1242016
Enculturation trajectories: Language, cultural adaptation, and individual outcomes in organizations
SB Srivastava, A Goldberg, VG Manian, C Potts
Management Science 64 (3), 1348-1364, 2018
912018
Beyond Social Contagion: Associative Diffusion and the Emergence of Cultural Variation
A Goldberg, SK Stein
American Sociological Review 83 (5), 897–932, 2018
492018
Language as a window into culture
SB Srivastava, A Goldberg
California Management Review 60 (1), 56-69, 2017
432017
Duality in diversity: How intrapersonal and interpersonal cultural heterogeneity relate to firm performance
M Corritore, A Goldberg, SB Srivastava
Administrative Science Quarterly 65 (2), 359-394, 2020
41*2020
Spillovers inside conglomerates: Incentives and capital
R Duchin, A Goldberg, D Sosyura
The Review of Financial Studies 30 (5), 1696-1743, 2017
39*2017
In defense of forensic social science
A Goldberg
Big Data & Society 2 (2), 2015
372015
Searching for Homo Economicus: Variation in Americans’ Construals of and Attitudes toward Markets
P DiMaggio, A Goldberg
European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie 59 (2), 151-189, 2018
31*2018
Alignment at work: Using language to distinguish the internalization and self-regulation components of cultural fit in organizations
G Doyle, A Goldberg, S Srivastava, MC Frank
Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2017
302017
Culture out of attitudes: Relationality, population heterogeneity and attitudes toward science and religion in the US
P DiMaggio, R Sotoudeh, A Goldberg, H Shepherd
Poetics 68, 31-51, 2018
292018
The new analytics of culture
M Corritore, A Goldberg, SB Srivastava
Harvard Business Review 98 (1), 76-83, 2020
92020
What is cultural fit
S Mobasseri, A Goldberg, SB Srivastava
The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology, 305, 2019
92019
Where do social categories come from? A comparative analysis of online interaction and categorical emergence in music and finance
A Goldberg
Princeton University, 2012
82012
Situated Cultural Fit: Value Congruence, Perceptual Accuracy, and the Interpersonal Transmission of Culture
R Lu, JA Chatman, A Goldberg, SB Srivastava
University of California, Berkeley, Working Paper, 2019
6*2019
What is Cultural Fit? From Cognition to Behavior (and Back)
S Mobasseri, A Goldberg, SB Srivastava
Forthcoming book, Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology, edited by Wayne …, 2017
62017
Who Sees the Future? A Deep Learning Language Model Demonstrates the Vision Advantage of Being Small
P Vicinanza, A Goldberg, S Srivastava
SocArXiv, 2020
32020
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