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While early neoinstitutional studies did not explicitly tackle the issue of agency, more recent studies about institutional entrepreneurship have brought it to the forefront. Institutional entrepreneurship has been presented as a promising way to account for institutional change endogenously. However, this notion faces the paradox of embedded agency. To(More)
Extracardiac anomalies (ECA) occur in 25% of infants seen during the first year of life for significant cardiac disease. Often the ECA are multiple and one third of the affected infants have some established syndrome. In infants with endocardial cushion defect, patent ductus arteriosus, atrial septal defect, ventricular septal defect, malpositions,(More)
Cardiovascular malformations were present in 48 of 326 (14.7%) patients with tracheoesophageal fistula. The most common cardiac lesion was ventricular septal defect. When tracheoesophageal fistula or esophageal atresia was associated with other gastrointestinal anomalies, tetralogy of Fallot and atrial septal defect were very frequent; when skeletal(More)
195 In chapter 6(a) Professor Weick has argued that enactment is a "roomy framework" that reminds people of a central fact of organiza-tionallife: "people often produce part of the environment they face" (Pondy and Mitroff, 1979: 17). He goes on to say that enactment: suggests that there are close parallels between what legislators do and what managers do.(More)
Until recently, pure autosomal monosomy had been thought to be incompatible with extrauterine life and had only been described in spontaneous abortions. The first patient with a complete monosomy was the case reported by Al-Aish et al (1967) who had a G monosomy in blood, bone marrow, and skin. Mosaicism involving the G group chromosome has been reported in(More)
Peripheral pulmonary stenosis with or without intracardiac disease is described in 14 patients with intrahepatic biliary dysgenesis. Cardiovascular malformations were not present among a large group of patients with extrahepatic biliary dysgenesis. This association of intrahepatic biliary dysgenesis and vascular malformations is postulated to be a specific(More)