Heather A. Haveman

Heather A. Haveman

Professor
Office
494 Barrows
Phone
510-642-3495
Curriculum Vitae
Research Interests
Organizational theory, economic sociology, historical sociology, entrepreneurship, organizational demography, gender, careers and social mobility

I am Professor of Sociology and Business at the University of California, Berkeley. I hold a B.A. in history (1982, University of Toronto), an M.B.A. (1985, University of Toronto), and a Ph.D. in organizational behavior and industrial relations (1990, University of California, Berkeley).  I worked at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business from 1990 to 1994, at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management from 1994 to 1999, and Columbia University's Graduate School of Business from 1998 to 2007.  I joined U.C. Berkeley in July 2006.

I study how organizations, the fields in which they are embedded, and the careers of their members and employees evolve. I investigate questions that relate to organizational stability and change:  How do new kinds of organizations emerge and how do new industries develop?  How strong are the forces that impel or inhibit change in existing organizations' structures, strategies, and actions?  What are the consequences of organizational change for organizations themselves and for their employees?  How does industry evolution affect social structures?  My current work involves American magazines, U.S. wineries, Chinese listed firms, and the emerging marijuana market in several U.S. states.

For more information and links to published papers and chapters, unpublished working papers, datasets, syllabis, and advice for PhD students, go to my personal website:  www.heatherhaveman.net.

Representative Publications

Work in Progress

Haveman, Heather A., Yongxiang Wang, Raymond Fisman, and Fuxiu Jiang.  Innovation with Chinese characteristics:  The evolving effects of political ties.  Under review, Organization Science.

Haveman, Heather A.  Magazines in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.  In preparation for Nick Heffernan, ed., Cambridge History of American Popular Culture.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press. 

Dioun, Cyrus, and Heather A. Haveman.  Pricing conflict:  Legal regimes, uncertainty, and prices in medical marijuana markets.  (DOI:  10.13140/RG.2.2.13417.90722; AoM Proceedings.  (abstract)

Haveman, Heather A.  Organizations:  Past, Present, and Future.  Book mansucript.

Recent Published Work (last 5 years; for earlier, see my c.v.)

Haveman, Heather A., and Rachel Wetts.  2019a.  Organizational theory:  From classical sociology to the 1970s.  Sociology Compass, 13 (3):  e12627.  (https://doi.org/10.1111/soc4.12627)  (link to orgtheory.net blog post)

Carlos, W. Chad, Wesley D. Sine, Brandon H. Lee, and Heather A. Haveman.  2018.  Gone with the wind:  Industry development and the evolution of social movement influence.  In Sinziana Dorobantu, Ruth Aguilera, Jiao Luo, and Frances Milliken, eds., Advances in Strategic Management:  Sustainability, Stakeholder Governance, and Corporate Social Responsibility, 38:  339-365.  (DOI:10.1108/S0742-332220180000038018)

Haveman, Heather A., and Daniel N. Kluttz.  2018.  Cultural spillovers:  Copyright, conceptions of authors, and commercial practices.  Law & Society Review, 52 (1):  7-40.  (lead article; DOI:10.1111/lasr.12308)

Haveman, Heather A., and Ogi Radic.  2017.  Educational background and stratification in the legal academy:  Invasion of the body snatchers…or more of the same?  Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice, 21 (1):  91-134.

Haveman, Heather A., Nan Jia, Jing Shi, and Yongxiang Wang.  2017.  The dynamics of political embeddedness in China.  Administrative Science Quarterly, 62 (1):  67-104.  (DOI:10.1177/0001839216657311)

Haveman, Heather A., Anand Swaminathan, and Eric B. Johnson.  2016.  Structure at work:  Organizational forms and the division of labor in U.S. wineries.  Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 47:  195-239.

Haveman, Heather A.  2015.  Magazines and the Making of America:  Modernization, Community, and Print Culture, 1741-1860.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press.