Corporations, Classes, and Social Movements After Managerialism

  title={Corporations, Classes, and Social Movements After Managerialism},
  author={G. Davis and D. Mcadam},
  journal={Research in Organizational Behavior},
  • G. Davis, D. Mcadam
  • Published 2000
  • Economics
  • Research in Organizational Behavior
  • ABSTRACT The traditional focus in organization theory on corporations as bounded, countable units of social structure is a poor fit with the emerging nature of the new economy. Increasingly ‘boundaryless’ production processes, and the predominance of evaluative standards based in financial markets, undermine the explanatory usefulness of theories such as resource dependence and population ecology. Yet economic theories of the firm are ill-equipped to make sense of the social and political… CONTINUE READING
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