Ending the Family Quarrel

@article{Hirsch1997EndingTF,
  title={Ending the Family Quarrel},
  author={P. Hirsch and M. Lounsbury},
  journal={American Behavioral Scientist},
  year={1997},
  volume={40},
  pages={406 - 418}
}
Over the past couple of decades, research in organizational sociology has shifted away from the contextual richness of action perspectives toward more structuralist paradigms. DiMaggio and Powell's distinction between what they label the “old” and “new” institutionalisms highlights this general trend. The present authors offer a critical review of this generational paradigm debate among institutional theorists and challenge DiMaggio and Powell's assertion that the new should replace the old… Expand
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