Institutional Change and the Transformation of Interorganizational Fields: An Organizational History of the U.S. Radio Broadcasting Industry

@inproceedings{Leblebici1991InstitutionalCA,
  title={Institutional Change and the Transformation of Interorganizational Fields: An Organizational History of the U.S. Radio Broadcasting Industry},
  author={Huseyin Leblebici and Gerald R. Salancik and Anne G. Copay and Tom King},
  year={1991}
}
  • Huseyin Leblebici, Gerald R. Salancik, +1 author Tom King
  • Published 1991
  • Sociology
  • ? 1991 by Cornell University. 0001 -8392/91/3603-0333/$1 .00. The research reported here explores how institutional practices change over time in an interorganizational field, in the historical context of the U.S. radio broadcasting industry. It identifies three endogenous mechanisms of change: analogies that are used to make sense of and manage new phenomena, private agreements between identifiable parties, and conventions, the practices adopted by some constituents to solve coordination… CONTINUE READING

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