Status: Insights from Organizational Sociology

@inproceedings{Sauder2012StatusIF,
  title={Status: Insights from Organizational Sociology},
  author={Michael Sauder and Freda B. Lynn and Joel Podolny},
  year={2012}
}
  • Michael Sauder, Freda B. Lynn, Joel Podolny
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Status has become an increasingly influential concept in the fields of organizational and economic sociology during the past two decades. Research in this area has not only helped explain behavior within and between organizations, but has also contributed to our understanding of status processes more generally. In this review, we point to the contributions of this field in terms of the determinants of status, the effects of status, and the mechanisms by which these effects are produced. We next… CONTINUE READING

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