- Truelove, E. and Kellogg K. (2016) “How the Radical Flank Effect Can Enable Cross-occupational Collaboration for Technology Development during a Power Shift.” Administrative Science Quarterly.
- Kellogg K. (2014) “Brokerage professions and implementing reform in an age of experts.” American Sociological Review, 79 (5): 912-941
- DiBenigno, J. and Kellogg, K. (2014) “Beyond occupational differences: The importance of demography and dyadic toolkits for collaboration in a US hospital.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 59 (3): 375-408.
- Kellogg K., (2012). “Making the cut: Using status-based countertactics to block social movement implementation and micro-institutional change in surgery.” Organization Science, 23 (6): 1546-1570.
- Kellogg, K., (2011). “Hot lights and cold steel: Cultural and political toolkits for practice change in surgery.” Organization Science, 22 (2): 482-502.
- Kellogg, K., (2009). “Operating room: Relational spaces and micro-institutional change in surgery." American Journal of Sociology, 115 (3), 657-711.
Areas of Interest
- Institutional Change
- Organizational Change
- Interdisciplinary Collaboration
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