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S ince the Second World War, the field of organizations studies has grown substantially in the number of researchers, number of publications, and amount of research produced. It has moved from being a combination of established disciplines to becoming a quasi-discipline of its own, with its own journals and professional associations. It has established a(More)
This article examines what Joseph Schumpeter said on the emergence of novelty in economic institutions, what Sidney Winter did to build on and deviate from that foundation, and what puzzles remain. Winter built a framework for answers to a puzzle that Schumpeter could not solve—how novelty emerges in a system based on routines. He identified two major(More)
organizations: The moderating effects of individual differences, aggressive modeling, and hierarchical status. satisfaction as a function of job level. community outreach on members' organizational identity and identification. A cross-sequential examination of change with tenure. Bedeian, A. G. (2007). Even if the tower is "ivory," it isn't "white:"(More)
T his paper offers an analytical structure to pinpoint the behavioral roots of superior performance, where " behavioral " denotes " being about mental processes. " Such roots are identified in behavioral deviations from market efficiency. The causes of these deviations are behavioral factors that bound firms' ability to pursue and compete for superior(More)