|Soc 115||Utopia in Theory and Practice|
|Soc 280||Social Movements|
|Soc 304||Social Networks and Social Processes|
|Soc 319||Contemporary Sociological Theory|
|Soc 528||Conflict and the Nation-State|
|Soc 540||Organizational Research|
|Soc 558||Event History Analysis|
- Managerial hiring and firing (with Kelly Patterson)
- The evolution of social scientific articles (with Kyle Siler)
- Computational models of consultant-driven innovation (with Robert David and Saeed Akhlaghpour)
- Progressive municipal resolutions (with Bogdan Vasi)
David Strang, Learning by Example: Imitation and Innovation at a Global Bank. Princeton University Press, 2010.
David Strang, "School and super-school." Pp. 419-24 in F. Dobbin and C.B. Schoonhoven, eds., Stanford’s Organizational Theory Renaissance, 1970-2000. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 28. Emerald, 2010.
Mary C. Still and David Strang, "Who does an elite organization emulate?" Administrative Science Quarterly 59 (2009): 58-89.
Bogdan Ion Vasi and David Strang, "Civil liberty in America: the diffusion of municipal Bill of Rights resolutions after the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act." American Journal of Sociology 114 (2009): 1716-64.
Michael Lounsbury and David Strang, 2009. "Social entrepreneurship: success stories and logic construction." pp. 71-94 in D. Hammack and S. Heydemann, Globalization, Philanthropy and Civil Society: Projecting Philanthropic Logics Abroad. Indiana University Press: Bloomington IN.
David Strang and Dong-Il Jung, "Participatory improvement at a global bank: the diffusion of quality teams and the demise of a six sigma initiative." Organizational Studies 30 (2009): 35-57.
- Nature ... raw
- Nature ... cooked
- Encounters of the human kind
- Cols i have known
- La strada
- Me and my posse
- Places to stay