Organizational Design for Institutional Change : the case of MPB Festivals , 1960 to 1968 ( 1 )

@inproceedings{Kirschbaum2006OrganizationalDF,
  title={Organizational Design for Institutional Change : the case of MPB Festivals , 1960 to 1968 ( 1 )},
  author={Charles Kirschbaum},
  year={2006}
}
A central concern in neo-institutional research is the genesis of new organizational fields. This article explores the emergence of the MPB (Brazilian Popular Music) field in tandem with the organization of music festivals in the sixties. The festivals were instrumental in combining musicians, critics and the audience in a forum relatively buffered from the music industry influence. This interaction supported the introduction and diffusion of new influences in the popular music field, and at… CONTINUE READING

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