Professor Lashley’s research lies at the intersection of strategic management, entrepreneurship, and organizational theory. Her research focuses on questions related to organizational social evaluations such as stigma, reputation, and status, particularly in entrepreneurial firms. She is also interested in how organizations and their audiences use language to affect social evaluations. Her work on firms' efforts to reduce stigma in the marijuana industry has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly. Kisha has also has expertise in the supplier diversity, and has startup experience.

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Honing the craft of qualitative data collection in extreme contexts

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2023

Making space for emotions: Empathy, contagion, and legitimacy’s double-edged sword

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2021

Waiting to inhale: Reducing stigma in the medical cannabis industry

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2020

Dancing with Giants: How Small Women- and Minority-Owned Firms Use Soft Power to Manage Asymmetric Relationships with Larger Partners

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2020

Which of these things are not like the others? Comparing the rational, emotional, and moral aspects of reputation, status, celebrity, and stigma

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2019

REGIONAL STIGMA OF FAILURE AND RISK TAKING AMONG ENTREPRENEURS (SUMMARY)

2017

Waiting to Inhale: How Medical Cannabis Entrepreneurs are Destigmatizing their Industry

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2016

WAITING TO INHALE: HOW MEDICAL CANNABIS ENTREPRENEURS ARE DESTIGMATIZING THEIR INDUSTRY (SUMMARY)

2016

WEED, WORDS AND WINNING: ENTREPRENEURIAL STORYTELLING IN A STIGMATIZED INDUSTRY.

2016

Dazed and Confused: Regulatory Heterogeneity and Enduring Contestation in the Marijuana Industry

2016

(Un) tangled: Exploring the asymmetric coevolution of new venture capital firms’ reputation and status

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2015

Entrepreneurship in a Stigma: In Search of Audience Support in the Medical Cannabis Industry

2015

Who needs a shrink when you have Businessweek?

2014

Chicken or EGG: Exploring the coevolution of VC firm reputation and status

2014

Dancing with Giants: How Small Firms Manage Asymmetric Relationships with Larger Partners

2013

This is Our Story: Social Entrepreneurs' Use of Storytelling for Resource Acquisition

2012

The effects of university technology commercialization practices on licensing income-a comparative study

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2004

Who needs a shrink when you have Businessweek?

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Who needs a shrink when you have BusinessWeek? Using content analysis to get inside the heads of Entrepreneurs, VCs and other market participants

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Evaluating Social Evaluations: All Different, But Similar, Or Maybe It Just Depends?

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