Gaël Le Mens
Gaël Le Mens
Professor, Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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How adoption speed affects the abandonment of cultural tastes
J Berger, G Le Mens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (20), 8146-850, 2009
Founding conditions, learning, and organizational life chances: age dependence revisited
G Le Mens, MT Hannan, L Pólos
Administrative Science Quarterly 56 (1), 95-126, 2011
Interdependent sampling and social influence.
J Denrell, G Le Mens
Psychological review 114 (2), 398, 2007
Rational learning and information sampling: On the “naivety” assumption in sampling explanations of judgment biases.
G Le Mens, J Denrell
Psychological review 118 (2), 379, 2011
Age-Related Structural Inertia: A Distance-Based Approach
G Le Mens, MT Hannan, L Pólos
Organization Science 26 (3), 756-773, 2015
Organizational Obsolescence, Drifting Tastes, and Age-Dependence in Organizational Life Chances
G Le Mens, MT Hannan, L Pólos
Organization Science 26 (2), 550-570, 2015
An Information Sampling Explanation for the In-Group Heterogeneity Effect
E Konovalova, G Le Mens
Psychological Review, 2020
Concepts and categories: Foundations for sociological and cultural analysis
MT Hannan, G Le Mens, G Hsu, B Kovács, G Negro, L Pólos, E Pontikes, ...
Columbia University Press, 2019
Seeking positive experiences can produce illusory correlations
J Denrell, G Le Mens
Cognition 119 (3), 313-324, 2011
Organizational evolution with fuzzy technological formats: Tape drive producers in the world market, 1951–1998
GR Carroll, M Feng, G Le Mens, DG McKendrick
Categories in markets: Origins and evolution, 2010
Social Judgments From Adaptive Samples
J Denrell, G Le Mens
Social Judgment and Decision Making, 151-169, 2011
Information Sampling, Belief Synchronization and Collective Illusions
J Denrell, G Le Mens
Management Science, 2017
How endogenous crowd formation undermines the wisdom of the crowd in online ratings
G Le Mens, B Kovács, J Avrahami, Y Kareev
Psychological science 29 (9), 1475-1490, 2018
The few get richer: a surprising consequence of popularity-based rankings
F Germano, V Gómez, G Le Mens
The 2019 World Wide Web Conference, 2764-2770, 2019
The Evaluative Advantage of Novel Alternatives: An Information Sampling Account
G Le Mens, Y Kareev, J Avrahami
Psychological Science, 1-8, 2016
Revisiting the competency trap
J Denrell, G Le Mens
Industrial and Corporate Change 29 (1), 183-205, 2020
Studying organizational populations over time
GR Carroll, M Feng, G Le Mens, DG McKendrick
The handbook of organizational research methods, 213-229, 2009
Information Sampling, Judgment, and the Environment: Application to the Effect of Popularity on Evaluations
G Le Mens, J Denrell, B Kovács, H Karaman
Topics in cognitive science 11 (2), 358-373, 2019
Information Sampling, Conformity and Collective Mistaken Beliefs
J Denrell, G Le Mens
in M. Knauff, M. Pauen, N. Sebanz, & I. Wachsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the …, 2013
When more selection is worse
J Denrell, C Liu, G Le Mens
Strategy Science 2 (1), 39-63, 2017
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