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Institutional Isomorphism and Public Sector Organizations
Although public sector organizations have long been seen as driving the institutionalization of business firms and nonprofit organizations, government agencies themselves have only occasionally beenExpand
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Mimetic Processes within an Interorganizational Field: An Empirical Test
This paper is a revision of a paper entitled "An Approach to the Study of Structural Change" presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, August 30-September 3, 1986,Expand
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STUDYING SUPPLY CHAINS FROM A SOCIAL NETWORK PERSPECTIVE
Social networks often exist among individuals who are boundary spanners in an interorganizational network. These relationships are critical in explaining why interorganizational networks are formed,Expand
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INTERORGANIZATIO NAL RELATIONS
The article is an extensive review of the literature on interorganizatio nal relations. Three arenas of interorganizatio nal relations (lOR) are identified: arenas of resource procurement andExpand
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Advances in Social Network Analysis: Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Introduction - Joseph Galaskiewicz and Stanley Wasserman Advances in the Social and Behavioral Sciences from Social Network Analysis PART ONE: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND DIFFUSION Network Studies ofExpand
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Networks and Organizational Growth: A Study of Community Based Nonprofits
The paper examined the effects of nonprofit organizations' network ties over time on growth. Donative non-profits, which relied heavily on contributions and volunteers, grew at a faster rate if theyExpand
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Distribution of Knowledge, Group Network Structure, and Group Performance
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This study investigates the effect of knowledge distribution and group structure on performance in MBA game teams. Expand
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Taking Stock of Networks and Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective
The central argument of network research is that actors are embedded in networks of interconnected social relationships that offer opportunities for and constraints on behavior. We review research onExpand
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