Organizations & networks bibliography

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Abolafia, Mitchell. 1996. Making Markets: Opportunism and Restraint on Wall Street. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Abraham, Katharine G. 1990. “Restructuring the Employment Relationship: The Growth of Market-Mediated Work Arrangements.” Pp. 85-119 in New Developments in the Labor Market: Toward a New Institutional Paradigm, edited by Katherine G. Abraham and Robert B. McKersie. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Abraham, Katherine G. and Robert B. McKersie (eds.). 1990. New Developments in the Labor Market: Toward a New Institutional Paradigm. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Abrahamson, E. and C.J. Fombrun. 1992. “Forging the Iron Cage: Interorganizational Networks and the Production of Macro-Culture.” Journal of Management Studies 29:175-194.
Abrahamson, E., and Rosenkopf, L. 1997. “Social Network Effects on the Extent of Innovation Diffusion: A Computer Simulation.” Organization Science 8:289-309.
Acemoglu, Daron. Forthcoming. “Technical Change, Inequality, and the Labor Market.” Journal of Economic Literature.
Acemoglu, Daron and Jörn-Steffen Pischke. 1998. “Why Do Firms Train? Theory and Evidence.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 113:79-119.
Acemoglu, Daron and Jörn-Steffen Pischke. 1999. “Beyond Becker: Training in Imperfect Labor Markets.” Economic Journal 109:F112-142.
Acemoglu, Daron and Jörn-Steffen Pischke. 1999. “The Structure of Wages and Investment in General Training.” Journal of Political Economy 107:539-572.
Acemoglu, Daron and Fabrizio Zilibotti. 2001. “Productivity Differences.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 116:563-606.
Acs, Zoltan J., Bo Carlsson and Charlie Karlsson (eds.). 1999. Entrepreneurship, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and the Macroeconomy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Adams, James D. 1999. “The Structure of Firm R&D, the Factor Intensity of Production, and Skill Bias.” Review of Economics and Statistics 81:499-510.
Adler, Paul S. 1986. “New Technologies, New Skills.” California Management Review 29(Fall):9-28.
Adler, Paul S. (ed.). 1992. Technology and the Future of Work. New York: Oxford University Press.
Adler, Paul S. 1993. “The ‘Learning Bureaucracy’: New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc.” Research in Organizational Behavior 15:111-194.
Adler, Paul S. 1993. “Time and Motion Regained.” Harvard Business Review (Jan.-Feb.):.
Adler, Paul S. and Bryan Borys. 1996. “Two Types of Bureaucracy: Enabling and Coercive.” Administrative Science Quarterly 41:61-89.
Adler, Paul S., Thomas A. Kochan, John Paul MacDuffie, Frits K. Pil and Saul Rubinstein. 1997. “United States: Variations on a Theme.” Pp. 61-83 in After Lean Production: Evolving Employment Practices in the World Auto Industry, edited by Thomas A. Kochan, Russell D. Lansbury, John Paul MacDuffie. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.
Aghion, Philippe and Jean Tirole. 1997. “Formal and Real Authority in Organizations.” Journal of Political Economy 105:1-29.
Ahuja, Gautam. 2000. “Collaborative Networks, Structural Holes, and Innovation: A Longitudinal Study.” Administrative Science Quarterly 45:425-455.
Ahuja, Gautam. 2000. “The Duality of Collaboration: Inducements and Opportunities in the Formation of Interfirm Linkages.” Strategic Management Journal 21:317-343.
Ahuja, Manju K. 1999. “Network structure in virtual organizations.” Organization Science 10:741-.
Aiges, Scott. 1987. Wire service report from Washington by State News Service. June 1.
Akard, Patrick J. 1992. “Corporate Mobilization and Political Power: The Transformation of U.S. Economic Policy in the 1970s.” American Sociological Review 57:597-615.
Akhigbe, Aigbe, Jeff Madura and Alan L. Tucker. 1997. “Long-term valuation effects of shareholder activism.” Applied Financial Economics 7:567-573.
Aiken, Michael and Jerald Hage. 1968. “Organizational Interdependence and Intraorganizational Structure.” American Sociological Review 33:912-930.
Albrecht, T. L., and Ropp, V. A. 1982. “The Study of Network Structuring in Organizations Through the Use of Method Triangulation.” Western Journal of Speech Communication 46:162-178.
Alchian, Armen A. and Harold Demsetz. 1972. “Production, Information Costs, and Economic Organization.” American Economic Review 62:777-795.
Aldrich, Howard E. 1972. “Technology and Organization Structure: A Reexamination of the Findings of the Aston Group.” Administrative Science Quarterly 17:26-43.
Aldrich, Howard E. 1979. Organizations and Environments. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Aldrich, Howard E. 1989. “Networking Among Women Entrepreneurs.” Pp. 13-32 in Women-Owned Businesses, edited by Oliver Hagen, Carol Rivchun and Donald Sexton. New York: Praeger.
Aldrich, Howard E. 1999. Organizations Evolving. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
*Aldrich, Howard E. and Ellen Auster. 1986. “Even Dwarfs Started Small: Liabilities of Age and Size and Their Strategic Implications.” Pp. 33-66 in The Evolution and Adaptation of Organizations, edited by L.L. Cummings and Barry Staw. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
*Aldrich, Howard E. and C. Marlene Fiol. 1994. “Fools Rush In? The Institutional Context of Industry Creation.” Academy of Management Review 19:645-70.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Peter V. Marsden. 1988. “Environments and Organizations.” Pp. 361-92 in Handbook of Sociology, edited by Neil Smelser. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Aldrich, Howard E. and S. Mueller. 1982. “The Evolution of Organizational Forms: Technology, Coordination and Control.” Research in Organizational Behavior 4:33-87.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Jeffrey Pfeffer. 1976. “Environments of Organizations.” Annual Review of Sociology 2:79-105.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Udo Staber. 1988. “Organizing Business Interests: Patterns of Trade Association Foundings, Transformations, and Death.” Pp. 111-126 in Ecological Models of Organizations, edited by Glenn Carroll. New York: Ballinger.
Aldrich, Howard E., Udo Staber, Catherine Zimmer and John J. Beggs. 1990. “Minimalism and Organizational Mortality: Patterns of Disbanding Among U.S. Trade Associations, 1900-1983.” Pp. 21-52 in Organizational Evolution: New Directions, edited by Jitendra V. Singh. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Aldrich, Howard E., Udo Staber, Catherine Zimmer and John J. Beggs. 1994. “Minimalism, Mutualism, and Maturity: The Evolution of the American Trade Association Population in the Twentieth Century.” Pp. 223-238 in Evolutionary Dynamics of Organizations, edited by Joel A.C. Baum and Jitendra V. Singh. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Aldrich, Howard E. and David Whetten. 1981. “Organization-sets, Action-sets, and Networks: Making the Most of Simplicity.” Pp. 385-408 in Handbook of Organizational Design, volume 1, edited by Paul C. Nystrom and William H. Starbuck. NewYork: Oxford University Press.
*Aldrich, Howard E. and Gabriele Wiedenmayer. 1993. “From Traits to Rates: An Ecological Perspective on Organizational Foundings.” Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence, and Growth 1:145-195.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Catherine Zimmer. 1986. “Entrepreneurship Through Social Networks.” Pp. 3-23 in The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship, edited by Donald Sexton and Raymond Smiler. New York: Ballinger.
Aldrich, Mark. 1997. Safety First: Technology, Labor, and Business in the Building of American Work Safety, 1870-1939. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Alford, Andrew, Paul Healy and Ng Kah Hwa. 1998. “The Performance of International Joint Ventures: A Study of the Merchant Banking Industry in Singapore.” Journal of Corporate Finance 4:31-52.
Alford, Robert P. and Roger Friedland. 1985. Powers of Theory: Capitalism, the State, and Democracy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Allen, Thomas J. and Michael S. Scott Morton (eds). 1994. Information Technology and the Corporation in the 1990s: Research Studies.
Allison, Paul D. 1984. Event History Analysis. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
Alm, Alvin L. and Robert J. Weiner (eds.). 1984. Oil Shock: Policy Response and Implementation. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
Alter, Catherine and Jerald Hage. 1993. Organizations Working Together. Newbury Park CA: Sage Publications.
Althauser, Robert P. 1989. “Internal Labor Markets.” Annual Review of Sociology 15:143-161.
Althauser, Robert P. and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1981. “Firms, Occupations, and the Structure of Labor Markets: A Conceptual Analysis.” Pp. 119-149 in Sociological Perspectives on Labor Markets, edited by Ivar Berg. New York: Academic Press.
Amburgey, Terry L., D Kelly and William P. Barnett. 1993. “Resetting the Clock: The Dynamics of Organizational Failure.” Administrative Science Quarterly 38:51-73.
Amburgey, Terry L. and Hayagreeva Rao. 1996. “Organizational Ecology: Past, Present, and Future Directions.” Academy of Management Journal 39:1265-1286.
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Anheier, Helmut K., Jurgen Gerhards, and Frank P. Romo. 1995. “Forms of Capital and Social Structure in Cultural Fields: Examining Bourdieu's Social Topography.” American Journal of Sociology 100: 859-903.
Amin, Ash. 1989. “A Model of the Small Firm in Italy.” Pp. 111-122 in Small Firms and Industrial Districts in Italy, edited by Edward Goodman and Julia Bamford. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Amin, Ash. 1993. “The Globalization of the Economy: An Erosion of Regional Networks?” Pp. 278-295 in The Embedded Firm: On the Socio-economics of Industrial Networks, edited by Gernot Grabher. London:Routledge.
Amin, Ash and Nigel Thrift (eds.). 1994. Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe. New York: Oxford University Press.
Anand, Bharat N. and Tarun Khanna. 2000. “Do Firms Learn to Create Value? The Case of Alliances.” Strategic Management Journal 21:295-315.
Ancona, D. G., and Caldwell, D. F. 1992. “Bridging the Boundary: External Activity and Performance in Organizational Teams.” Administrative Science Quarterly 37:634-
Anderson, Kay E., Philip M. Doyle and Albert E. Schewnk. 1990. “Measuring Union-Nonunion Earnings Differences.” Monthly Labor Review 113:26-38.
Anderson, Philip. 1999. “Collective Interpretation and Collective Action in Population-Level Learning: Technological Choice in the American Cement Industry.” Advances in Strategic Management 16:277-307.
Anderson, Philip and Michael Tushman. 1990. “Technological Discontinuities and Dominant Designs: A Cyclical Model of Technological Change.” Administrative Science Quarterly 35:604-633.
Andersson, Ulf. 2001. “Subsidiary embeddedness and competence development in MNCs : A multi-level analysis.” Organization Studies 22:1013-1034.
Andress, Hans Jürgen. 1989. “Recurrent Unemployment—The West German Experience: An Exploratory Analysis Using Count Data Models with Panel Data.” European Sociological Review 5:275 297.
Andrews, Kenneth R. 1971. The Concept of Corporate Strategy. Homewood, Ill: Dow-Jones Irwin.
Angle, John. 1979. “Work and Earnings: Cumulative Experience Method of Analysis of Longitudinal Surveys.” Sociological Methods and Research 8:209-232.
Ansell, Chris. 2000. “The Networked Polity: Regional Development in Western Europe.” Governance 13:303-333.
Antel, John J. 1986. “Human Capital Investment Specialization and the Wage Effects of Voluntary Labor Mobility.” Review of Economics and Statistics 68:477-83
Antonelli, Cristiano (ed.). 1992. The Economics of Information Networks. Amsterdam: North Holland.
Aoki, Masahiko. 1990. “The Participatory Generation of Information Rents and the Theory of the Firm.” Pp. 26-52 in The Firm as a Nexus of Treaties, edited by Masahiko Aoki, Bo Gustafson and Oliver Williamson. London: Sage Publications.
Aoki, Masahiko, Bo Gustafson and Oliver Williamson (eds.). 1990. The Firm as a Nexus of Treaties. London: Sage Publications.
Applebaum, Eileen. 1992. “Structural Change and the Growth of Part-Time and Temporary Work.” Pp. 1-14 in New Policies for the Part-Time and Contingent Workforce. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
Applebaum, Eileen, Thomas Bailey, Peter Berg and Arne L. Kalleberg. 2000. Manufacturing Advantage: Why High-Performance Work Systems Pay Off. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, ILR Press.
Applebaum, Eileen and Rosemary Batt. 1994. The New American Workplace: Transforming Work Systems in the United States. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.
*Appold, Stephen J. 1998. “Agglomeration, Interorganizational Networks, and Competitive Performance in the U.S. Metalworking Sector.” Economic Geography 71:27-54.
Argote, Linda. 1999. Organizational Learning: Creating, Retaining, and Transferring Knowledge. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic.
Argote, Linda, Sara L. Beckman, and Dennis Epple. 1990. “The Persistence and Transfer of Learning in Industrial Settings.” Management Science 36:140-154.
Argote, Linda and Ron Ophir. 2002. “Intraorganizational Learning.” Pp. 181-207 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A. C. Baum. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Argyris, Chris and Donald Schön. 1978. Organizational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Argyris, Chris, and Donald A. Schon. 1996. Organizational Learning II: Theory, Method, and Practice. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Armour, H.O. and David J. Teece. 1978. “Organization Structure and Economic Performance: A Test of the Multidivisional Hypothesis.” Bell Journal of Economics 9:106-122.
Arnold Corinna and Kerry Breen. 1997. “Investor Activism Goes Worldwide.” Corporate Board 18(103):7.
Arora, Ashish and Alfonso Gambardella. 1990. “Complementarity and External Linkages: The Strategies of Large Firms in Biotechnology.” Journal of Industrial Economics 38:361-379.
Arrighetti, A., R. Bachmann and S. Deakin. 1997. “Contract Law, Social Norms and Inter-firms Cooperation.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 21(2):171-195.
Arthur, W. Brian. 1989. “Competing Technologies, Increasing Returns and Lock-in by Historical Events.” Economic Journal 99:116-131.
Arthur, Jeffrey B. 1994. “Effects of Human Resource Systems on Manufacturing Performance and Turnover.” Academy of Management Journal 37:670-687.
Arthur, Jeffrey B. and Gregory S. Jelf. 1999. “The Effects of Gainsharing on Grievance Rates and Absenteeism over Time.” Journal of Labor Research 20:133-145.
Arthur, Michael B. and Denise M. Rousseau (eds.). 1996. Boundaryless Career: A New Employment Principle for a New Organizational Era. New York: Oxford University Press.
Ashkanasy, Neal M., Celeste P. M.Wilderom and Mark F. Peterson (eds.). 2000. Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
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Asquith, Daniel and J. Fred Weston.1994. “Small Business, Growth Patterns and Jobs.” Business Economics 29(3):31-34.
Astley, W. G. and Brahm, R. A. 1989. “Organizational designs for postindustrial strategies, the role of interorganizational collaboration”, In. C. C. Snow (Ed.), Strategy, Organization Design and Human Resource Management, pp. 233-270, JAI Press, Greenwich CT.
Astley, W. G. and Fombrun, C. J. (1983), “Collective strategy, social ecology of organizational environments”, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 8, pp. 576-587.
Astley, Graham and Andrew Van de Ven. 1983. “Central Perspectives and Debates in Organizational Theory.” Administrative Science Quarterly 28:245-73.
Atkinson, Michael M. and William D. Coleman. 1985. “Corporatism and Industrial Policy.” Pp. in Organized Interests and the State: Studies in Meso-Corporatism, edited by Alan Cawson. London: Sage Publications.
Atkinson, Michael M. and William D. Coleman. 1989. “Strong States and Weak States: Sectoral Policy Networks in Advanced Capitalist Economies.” British Journal of Political Science 19:47-67.
Atkinson, Michael M. and William D. Coleman. 1992. “Policy Networks, Policy Communities and the Problems of Governance.” Governance 5(2):154-180.
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Audretsch, David B. 1999. “Entrepreneurship and Economic Restructuring: An Evolutionary View.” Pp. 79-96 in Entrepreneurship, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and the Macroeconomy, edited by Zoltan J. Acs, Bo Carlsson and Charlie Karlsson. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Audretsch, David B. and Maryann P. Feldman. 1996. “Innovative Clusters and the Industry Life Cycle.” Review of Industrial Organization 11:253-273.
Audretsch, David B. and Paula Stephan. 1996. “Company-Scientist Locational Links: The Case of Biotechnology.” American Economic Review 86:641-652.
Auerbach, Alan J. (ed.) 1988. Mergers and Acquisitions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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*Aulakh, Preet S., Masaaki Kotabe and Aarvind Sahay. 1996. “Trust and Performance in Cross-Border Marketing Partnerships: A Behavioral Approach.” Journal of International Business Studies 27:1005-1032.
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Auster, Ellen R. 1990. “The Interorganizational Environment: Network Theory, Tools and Applications.” Pp. 63-89 in Technology Transfer: A Communcation Perspective, edited by Frederick Williams and David Gibson. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Auster, Ellen R. 1994. “Macro and Strategic Perspectives on Interorganizational Linkages: A Comparative Analysis and Review with Suggestions for Reorientation.” Advances in Strategic Management 10B:3-40.
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Baily, Martin N., Eric J. Bartelsman and John Haltiwanger. 1994. “Downsizing and Productivity Growth: Myth of Reality?” Washington: Bureau of the Census Center for Economic Studies Working Paper 94-4.
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Baker, Wayne E. 1990. “Market Networks and Corporate Behavior.” American Journal of Sociology 96:589-625.
*Baker, Wayne E. 1992. “The Network Organization in Theory and Practice.” Pp. 397-429 in Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form and Action, edited by Nitin Nohria and Robert G. Eccles. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.
Baker, Wayne E. 1994. Networking Smart: How to Build Relationships for Personal and Organizational Success. New York: McGraw-Hill.
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Baker, Wayne E. and Robert R. Faulkner. 2002. “Interorganizational Networks.” Pp. 520-540 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A. C. Baum. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
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Baldwin, Fred D. 1984. Conflicting Interests: Corporate-Governance Controversies. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath.
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Barker, James R. 1993. “Tightening the Iron Cage: Concertive Control in Self-Managing Teams.” Administrative Science Quarterly 38:408-37.
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Barley, Stephen R. 1992. “The New Crafts: The Rise of the Technical Labor Force and its Implication for the Organization of Work.” Philadelphia: National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce.
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Barley, Stephen R. and Pamela Tolbart. (1997). Institutionalization and Structuration: Studying the Links between Action and Institution. Organization Studies, 18(1), 93-117.
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Barnett, William P. 1990. “The Organizational Ecology of a Technological System.” Administrative Science Quarterly 35:31-60.
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Barney, Jay B. 1992. “Integrating Organizational Behavior and Strategy Formulation Research: A Resource-Based Analysis.” Advances in Strategic Management 8:39-61.
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Barron, John M. and John Bishop. 1985. “Extensive Search, Intensive Search, and Hiring Costs: New Evidence on Employer Hiring Activity.” Economic Inquiry 23:363-382.
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Barry, C.B. 1994 “New Directions in Research on Venture Capital Fiannce.” Financial Management 23:3-15.
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Bartlett, Christopher A. and Sumantra Ghoshal. 1989. Managing Across Borders: The Transnational Solution. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.
Bartlett, Christopher A. and Sumantra Ghoshal. 1995. “Changing the Role of Top Management: Beyond Structure to Process.” Harvard Business Review Jan.-Feb. 86-96.
Bartlett, Christopher A. and Sumantra Ghoshal. 1995. “Changing the Role of Top Management: Beyond Systems to People.” Harvard Business Review May-June 132-42.
Barton, Sidney L. and Paul J. Gordon. 1987. “Corporate Strategy: Useful Perspective for the Study of Capital Structure?” Academy of Management Review 12(1):67-75.
Barzel, Yoram. 1989. Economic Analysis of Property Rights. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Bassi, Laurie J. and Jens Ludwig. 2000. “School-to-Work Programs in the United States: A Multi-firm Case Study of Training, Benefits, and Costs.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 53:219-239.
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