Stephen R. Barley
Email: sbarley [at] stanford [dot] edu
- Professional and technical work
- Effect of technological change on work and organization
- Social networks
- Corporate power and democracy
- Paul M. Leonardi, Diane Bailey, Stephen R. Barley. (2013) “How virtuality impacts the way teams work.” IESE Insight. Spring, 32-39.
- Diane Bailey, Paul M. Leonardi, Stephen R. Barley. (2012) “The Lure of the Virtual.” Organization Science. 23: 1485-1504.
- Stephen R. Barley, Deborah E. Meyerson, Stine Grodal. (2011) “Email as a Source and Symbol of Stress.” Organization Science. 22: 887-906.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2011) “I Save a Technician’s Butt and Another Saves Mine.” Pp. 98-102 in eds. Research Alive: Exploring Generative Moments in Doing Qualitative Research. Copenhagen, DK: Copenhagen Business School Press.
- Diane Bailey, Stephen R. Barley. (2011) “Teaching-learning ecologies: Mapping the environment to structure through action.” Organization Science. 22: 262-285.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2011) “Signifying Institutions.” Management Communication Quarterly. 25: 200-206.
- Paul M. Leonardi, Stephen R. Barley. (2010) “What’s under construction here? Social action, materiality, and power in constructivist studies of technology and organizing.” The Academy of Management Annals. 4: 1-55.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2010) “Building an Institutional Field to Corral a Government: A Case to Set an Agenda for Organization Studies.” Organization Studies. 31: 777-805.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2008) “Rejoinder.” Journal of Management Inquiry. 17: 168-171.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2008) A Letter to Editors. Opening the black box of editorship. New York: Palgrave.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2008) Coalface institutionalism. The Sage Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Paul M. Leonardi, Stephen R. Barley. (2008) “Materiality and change: challenges to building better theory about technology and organizing.” Information and Organization. 18: 159-176.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2007) “Corporations, democracy and the public good .” Journal of Management Inquiry. 16: 201-215.
- Stephen R. Barley, Gideon Kunda. (2006) “Itinerant Professionals: Technical Contractors in a Knowledge Economy” Pp. – in eds. America at Work: Choices and Challenges. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2006) “When I write my masterpiece: Thoughts on what makes a paper interesting.” Academy of Management Journal. 49: 16-20.
- Stephen R. Barley, Gideon Kunda. (2006) “Contracting: A New Form of Professional Practice.” Academy of Management Perspective. 19: 1-19.
- Diane Bailey, Stephen R. Barley. (2005) “Return to work: Toward a post-industrial engineering.” IIE Transactions. 37: 737-752.
- Stephen R. Barley. (2005) What we know (and mostly don’t know) about technical work Pp. – in eds. The Oxford Handbook of Work and Organization.
- Stephen R. Barley, Gideon Kunda. (2004) Gurus, Hired Guns and Warm Bodies: Itinerant Experts in a Knowledge Economy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
- James Evans, Gideon Kunda, Stephen R. Barley. (2004) “Beach Time, Bridge Time and Billable Hours: The Temporal Structure of Technical Contracting.” Administrative Science Quarterly. 49: 1-38.
- Gideon Kunda, Stephen R. Barley, James Evans. (2002) “Why Do Contractors Contract? The Experience of Highly Skilled Technical Professionals in a Contingent Labor Market.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 55: 234-261.
- Stephen R. Barley, Gideon Kunda. (2001) “Bringing work back in.” Organization Science. 12: 76-95.
- Stephen R. Barley, Siobhan O\’Mahoney. (1999) “Do telecommunications technologies affect work and organizations?.” Research in Organizational Behavior. 21: 125-161.
- Stephen R. Barley. (1998) “What can we learn from the history of technology.” The Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. 15: 237-255.
- Stephen R. Barley. (1998) “Military downsizing and the career prospects of youth.” Annals of the American Academy of Social and Political Sciences. 559: 141-157.
- Stephen R. Barley. (1996) “Technicians in the workplace: Ethnographic evidence for bringing work into organization studies.” Administrative Science Quarterly. 41: 404-441.
- The Institutional Field of Corporate Political Power
- Networks of Corporate Power
- How the Internet is Changing the Work of Car Salesman
- The Social Construction of Telecommuting
- Assessing the Role of Technology in the Work of Modern Engineers
- Contingent Work in Silicon Valley
- The Effects of Communication Technologies on Availability
- Transformation Of Engineering Design: Digitization And Global Distribution Of Engineering Work
- MS&E 108. Senior Project
- MS&E 181. Issues in Technology and Work for a Post-Industrial Economy
- MS&E 381A. Doctoral Research Seminar in Work, Technology, and Organization: Theoretical Underpinnings
- MS&E 383. Doctoral Seminar on Ethnographic Research