Thinley THARCHEN

Assistant Professor

Ph.D Business Administration

Strategy & business models

Research topics

1. Innovation process

2. Innovation process

3. Innovation and institutions

4. Stigmatized industries

5. Category emergence

Prices and awards

James B. and Michele J. Thomas Doctoral Scholarship
2016
Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University, United States
Smeal Small Research Grant
2016
Pennsylvania State University, United States
Smeal Small Research Grant
2015
Pennsylvania State University, United States

Publications

Associations

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Communications & Seminars

  • Tharchen, T., Garud, R. (July 2018). “Institutional pathways to grand challenges: E-cigarettes in the US and UK.” European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Tallinn.
  • Tharchen, T., Garud, R. (August 2017). “The emergence of new market categories in stigmatized industries: The case of e-cigarettes.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta.
  • Garud, R., Tharchen, T. (August 2016). “A critical perspective on how institutions matter in marginalizing and reconstituting identities.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim.
  • Garud, R; Tharchen, T. (August 2016). “Crippled by kindness: when innovations and institutions collide and collude to address social problems.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim.