Greve, Henrich R. and Lori Qingyuan Yue* (2017). Hereafter: How Crises Shape Communities through Learning and Institutional Legacies. Organization Science. *Equal Contribution.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan (2016). The Great and the Small: The Impact of Collective Action on the Evolution of Interlock Networks after the Panic of 1907. American Sociological Review, 81(2): 374-395.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan (2015). Community Constraints on the Efficacy of Elite Mobilization: The Issues of Currency Substitutes during the Panic of 1907. American Journal of Sociology, 120 (6): 1690-1735.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan, Hayagreeva Rao, and Paul Ingram (2013). Information Spillovers from Protests Against Corporations: A Tale of Walmart and Target. Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(4): 669-701.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan, Jiao Luo, and Paul Ingram (2013). The Failure of Private Regulation: Elite Control and Market Crises in the Manhattan Banking Industry. Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(1): 37-68.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan (2012). Asymmetric Effects of Fashions on the Formation and Dissolution of Networks: Board Interlocks with Internet Companies, 1996-2006. Organization Science, 23: 1114-1134.
Rao, Hayagreeva, Lori Qingyuan Yue, and Paul Ingram (2011). Laws of Attraction: Regulatory Arbitrage in the Face of Activism in Right-to-Work States. American Sociological Review, 76(3): 365-385.
Ingram, Paul, Lori Qingyuan Yue, and Hayagreeva Rao (2010). Trouble in Store: The Emergence and Success of Protests against Wal-Mart Store Openings in America. American Journal of Sociology, 116(1): 53-92.
Ingram, Paul and Lori Qingyuan Yue (2008). Structure, Affect and Identity as Bases of Organizational Competition and Cooperation. Academy of Management Annals, 2: 275-303.
Book Chapters & Conference Proceedings
Yue, Lori Qingyuan, Kate Jue Wang, and Botao Yang (2016). The Price of Faith: Political Determinants of the Commercialization of Buddhist Temples in China. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Meeting, OMT Division, Anaheim, 2016.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan and Paul Ingram (2012). Industry Self-Regulation as a Solution of Reputation Commons: A Case of the Commercial Bank Clearinghouse. Oxford Handbook of Reputation Commons, Chapter 14, 279-296.
Rao, Hayagreeva, Lori Qingyuan Yue, Paul Ingram (2010). Activists, Categories and Markets: Racial Diversity and Protests against Wal-Mart Store Openings in America. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 31: 235-253.
Yue, Lori Qingyuan, Jiao Luo, and Paul Ingram (2009). The Strength of a Weak Institution: Clearing House, Federal Reserve, and the Survival of Manhattan Banks. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Meeting, OMT Division, Chicago 2009.