Organizational Legitimacy, Reputation, and Status: Insights from Micro-Level Measurement

  title={Organizational Legitimacy, Reputation, and Status: Insights from Micro-Level Measurement},
  author={Alex B. Bitektine and Kevin Hill and Fei Song and Christian Vandenberghe},
Research on the microfoundations of social evaluations requires microtranslation of concepts and measures used in macro-organizational research. The development of valid individual-level measures o... 
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