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Margo Beth Crouppen Acquisitions Editor, Organizational Studies and Economics Stanford University Press
SUP publishes about 130 books per year. The Press specializes in the Humanities and Social Sciences. ◦ Concentrations in Business, Economics, Public Policy, Politics, Asian Studies, Law, Sociology, Anthropology, History, Literature, Philosophy, and Religion. Each editor is invited to run his/her program entrepreneurially.
25 titles per year 5 different types of books that act as a diversified portfolio ◦ Trade Titles ◦ Professional Books ◦ Textbooks ◦ Monographs ◦ Combo Books Organized into subtopics under the umbrellas of Organizational Studies and Economics
ClustersSeries Developed around a topic, but not around a mission More subtly branded as a grouping to external customers Books determined by SUP Examples: Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Political Economy, Economic Policy Developed around a topic and a mission Explicitly branded as a grouping to external customers Books determined by SUP, Series Editors, (and sometimes) an Editorial Board Examples: High Reliability and Crisis Management and Innovation and Technology in the World Economy
brings together established and emerging voices to generate a dialogue around these topics. houses work on reliability in organizations and/or responding to crises when reliable practices are not in place—or fail. provides a venue for discussions about reliability and crisis management to intertwine and grow. promotes outstanding work that reaches beyond conventional approaches and disciplinary boundaries. provides a unique home for projects that create bridges between scholars and real-world practitioners, while also producing books that speak exclusively to either of those audiences.
Stanford University Press Series Editors Karlene H. Roberts and Ian I. Mitroff Editorial Board ◦ Gregory Bigley ◦ Najmedin Meshkati ◦ Thierry Pauchant ◦ Paul Shrivastava ◦ Ranga Ramanujam ◦ Kathleen Tierney
Foundations of Risk and Resilience: How and Why Disasters Happen and What Can Be Done to Prevent Them by Kathleen Tierney (2012) First, Do No Harm: Creating Highly Reliable Health Care Organizations by Timothy J. Vogus (2014)
Complex Systems in Seismic Response The Communicative Constitution of Reliability Organizationally Thinking About and Acting On Operational Failures The Coordination of Multi-Team Systems in Emergency Response Organizations
Rangaraj Ramanujam, HRCM Board Member Emery Roe, co‐author, High Reliability Management: Operating on the Edge Timothy Vogus, author, First, Do No Harm: Creating Highly Reliable Health Care Organizations
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