Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2020. “Why Sexual Harassment Programs Backfire”. Harvard Business Review 98 (3):44-52. Publisher's Version hbr_2020_dobbin_kalev.pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2019. “The Promise and Peril of Sexual Harassment Programs”. PNAS 116 (25):12255-12260. Publisher's Version pnas_2019_kalev.pdf
Dobbin, Frank. 2018. “Preface”. in What is Sociology in Twenty American Sociologists’ Eyes, edited by Alex Chen. Beijing: Peking University Press.
Dobbin, Frank. 2018. “Foreword”. in Finance at Work, edited by Valerie Boussard. Abingdon: Routledge.
Dobbin, Frank. 2018. “Review of Lauren B. Edelman, Working Law: Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights”. Contemporary Sociology 47 (5):541-543. dobbin_cs2018.pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2018. “Why Diversity Training Doesn’t Work: The Challenge for Industry and Academia”. Anthropology Now 10 (2):48-55. Web Version dobbin_kalev_an2018.pdf
Pernell, Kim, Jiwook Jung, and Frank Dobbin. 2017. “Hiring Chief Risk Officers Led Banks To Take On More Risk”. Harvard Business Review. Publisher's Version
Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2017. “Training Programs and Reporting Systems Won’t End Sexual Harassment – Promoting More Women Will”. Harvard Business Review. Publisher's Version

Reprinted in Women and Gender: The Latest Research. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business Review Press.

Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2017. “Are Diversity Programs Merely Ceremonial? Evidence-Free Institutionalization”. Pp. 808-828 in The Sage Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism, edited by Royston Greenwood, Christine Oliver, Thomas B. Lawrence, and Renate E. Meyer. London: Sage. pdf
Pernell, Kim, Jiwook Jung, and Frank Dobbin. 2017. “The Hazards of Expert Control: Chief Risk Officers and Risky Derivatives”. American Sociological Review 82 (3):511-541. pdf
Dobbin, Frank. 2016. “Review of Heather A. Haveman, Magazines and the Making of America: Modernization, Community, and Print Culture 1741-1860.”. Administrative Science Quarterly 61 (4):NP40–NP43. Publisher's Version pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2016. “Why Diversity Programs Fail”. Harvard Business Review 94 (7). Publisher's Version

HBR McKinsey Award for 2017

2017 Academy of Management: Outstanding Practitioner-Oriented Publication in Organizational Behavior

Reprinted in HBR's 10 Must Reads - 2018: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year from Harvard Business Review. Pp. 133-149. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business Review Press.

Reprinted in HBR’s 10 Must Reads – On Women and Leadership. (2019). Pp. 103-118. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business Review Press.

Jung, Jiwook, and Frank Dobbin. 2016. “Agency Theory as Prophecy: How Boards, Analysts, and Fund Managers Perform Their Roles”. Seattle University Law Review 39:291-320. pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Shawna Vican. 2015. “Organizations and Culture”. Pp. 390-396 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Dobbin, Frank. 2015. “Review of Fred Block and Margaret R. Somers, The Power of Market Fundamentalism: Karl Polanyi's Critique”. American Journal of Sociology 121 (1):318-320. pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Jiwook Jung. 2015. “The Social Construction of Interest in the New Economic Sociology”. Pp. 174-194 in Re-Imagining Economic Sociology, edited by P. Aspers and N. Dodd. London: Oxford University Press.
Dobbin, Frank, Daniel Schrage, and Alexandra Kalev. 2015. “Rage against the Iron Cage: The Varied Effects of Bureaucratic Personnel Reforms on Diversity”. American Sociological Review 80 (5):1014-1044. pdf
Gershenson, Carl, and Frank Dobbin. 2014. “Institutions and the Economy”. in Emerging Trends in the Behavioral and Social Sciences, edited by R Scott and S Kosslyn. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons. pdf
Dobbin, Frank, and Alexandra Kalev. 2014. “Why Firms Need Diversity Managers and Task Forces”. Pp. 170-198 in How Global Migration Changes the Workforce Diversity Equation, edited by M. Pilati, H. Sheikh, C. Tilly, and F. Sperotti. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pdf
Jung, J, and F Dobbin. 2014. “Finance and Institutional Investors”. Pp. 52-74 in The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Finance, edited by K K.Cetina and A Preda. Oxford: Cambridge University Press. pdf