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The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism

  • ID: 4031593
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 697 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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Section 1: Beginnings (Foundations)

David L. Deephouse, Jonathan Bundy, Leigh Plunkett Tost & Mark C. Suchman
1 Organizational Legitimacy: Six Key Questions

Melissa Wooten and Andrew J. Hoffman
2 Organizational Fields: Past, Present and Future
 
Section 2: Organizations And Their Contexts
Eva Boxenbaum and Stefan Jonsson
3 Isomorphism, Diffusion and Decoupling

Linda Wedlin and Kerstin Sahlin
4 The imitation and translation of management ideas

Julie Battilana, Marya Besharov and Bjoern Mitzinneck
5 On Hybrids and Hybrid Organizing: A Review and Roadmap for Future Research

C.R. (Bob) Hinings, Danielle Logue and Charlene Zietsma
6 Fields, Institutional Infrastructure and Governance

Juan Almandoz, Chris Marquis and Michael Cheely
7 Drivers of Community Strength: An Institutional Logics Perspective on Geographical and Affiliation Based Communities

Markus A. Höllerer, Peter Walgenbach and Gili S. Drori
8 The Consequences of Globalization for Institutions and Organizations

Mary Ann Glynn
9 Theorizing the identity- institution relationship: Considering identity as antecedent to, consequence of, and Mechanism for, processes of institutional change
 
Section 3: Institutional Processes

Cynthia Hardy and Steve Maguire
10 Institutional Entrepreneurship and Change in Fields

Marc Schneiberg and Michael Lounsbury
11 Social Movements and the Dynamics of Institutions and Organizations

Walter W. Powell and Claus Rerup
12 Opening the Black Box: The Microfoundations of Institutions

Stephen R. Barley
13 Coalface Institutionalism

Michael Smets, Angela Aristidou and Richard Whittington
14 Towards a Practice-Driven Institutionalism

Nelson Phillips and Namrata Malhotra
15 Language, Cognition and Institutions: Studying Institutionalization Using Linguistic Methods

Tammar B. Zilber
16 The Evolving Role of Meaning in Theorizing Institutions

Walter W. Powell and Achim Oberg
17 Networks and Institutions

Thomas B. Lawrence and Sean Buchanan
18 Power, Institutions, and Organizations
 
Section 4: Conversations

William Ocasio, Patricia H. Thornton and Michael Lounsbury
19 The Institutional Logics Perspective

Matthew S. Kraatz and Emily S. Block
20 Institutional Pluralism Revisited

Christian E. Hampel, Thomas B. Lawrence and Paul Tracey
21 Institutional Work: Taking Stock and Making It Matter

Jaco Lok, W.E. Douglas Creed, Rich DeJordy and Maxim Voronov
22 Living institutions: Bringing emotions into organizational institutionalism

Candace Jones, Renate E. Meyer, Dennis Jancsary and Markus A. Höllerer
23 The Material and Visual Basis of institutions

Rodolphe Durand and Romain Boulongne
24 Advancing Category Research: Theoretical Mapping and Under-researched Areas
 
Section 5: Consequences

Robert J. David, Wesley D. Sine and Caroline Kaehr Serra
25 Institutional Theory and Entrepreneurship: Taking Stock and Moving Forward

Gerald F. Davis
26 Organizations, institutions, and inequality

John Amis, Kamal Munir and Johanna Mair
27 Institutions and Economic Inequality

Donald Palmer
28 Institutions, Institutional Theory, and Organizational Wrongdoing

P. Devereaux Jennings and Andrew J. Hoffman
29 Institutional Theory and the Natural Environment: Building Research through Tensions and Paradoxes

Fabio Rojas
30 Race and Institutionalism

Frank Dobbin and Alexandra Kalev
31 Are Diversity Programs Merely Ceremonial? Evidence-Free Institutionalization
 
Section 6: Reflections

John W. Meyer
32 Reflections on Institutional Theories of Organizations

W. Richard Scott
33 Institutional Theory: Onward and Upward



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Section 1: Beginnings (Foundations)

David L. Deephouse, Jonathan Bundy, Leigh Plunkett Tost & Mark C. Suchman
1 Organizational Legitimacy: Six Key Questions

Melissa Wooten and Andrew J. Hoffman
2 Organizational Fields: Past, Present and Future
 
Section 2: Organizations And Their Contexts
Eva Boxenbaum and Stefan Jonsson
3 Isomorphism, Diffusion and Decoupling

Linda Wedlin and Kerstin Sahlin
4 The imitation and translation of management ideas

Julie Battilana, Marya Besharov and Bjoern Mitzinneck
5 On Hybrids and Hybrid Organizing: A Review and Roadmap for Future Research

C.R. (Bob) Hinings, Danielle Logue and Charlene Zietsma
6 Fields, Institutional Infrastructure and Governance

Juan Almandoz, Chris Marquis and Michael Cheely
7 Drivers of Community Strength: An Institutional Logics Perspective on Geographical and Affiliation Based Communities

Markus A. Höllerer, Peter Walgenbach and Gili S. Drori
8 The Consequences of Globalization for Institutions and Organizations

Mary Ann Glynn
9 Theorizing the identity- institution relationship: Considering identity as antecedent to, consequence of, and Mechanism for, processes of institutional change
 
Section 3: Institutional Processes

Cynthia Hardy and Steve Maguire
10 Institutional Entrepreneurship and Change in Fields

Marc Schneiberg and Michael Lounsbury
11 Social Movements and the Dynamics of Institutions and Organizations

Walter W. Powell and Claus Rerup
12 Opening the Black Box: The Microfoundations of Institutions

Stephen R. Barley
13 Coalface Institutionalism

Michael Smets, Angela Aristidou and Richard Whittington
14 Towards a Practice-Driven Institutionalism

Nelson Phillips and Namrata Malhotra
15 Language, Cognition and Institutions: Studying Institutionalization Using Linguistic Methods

Tammar B. Zilber
16 The Evolving Role of Meaning in Theorizing Institutions

Walter W. Powell and Achim Oberg
17 Networks and Institutions

Thomas B. Lawrence and Sean Buchanan
18 Power, Institutions, and Organizations
 
Section 4: Conversations

William Ocasio, Patricia H. Thornton and Michael Lounsbury
19 The Institutional Logics Perspective

Matthew S. Kraatz and Emily S. Block
20 Institutional Pluralism Revisited

Christian E. Hampel, Thomas B. Lawrence and Paul Tracey
21 Institutional Work: Taking Stock and Making It Matter

Jaco Lok, W.E. Douglas Creed, Rich DeJordy and Maxim Voronov
22 Living institutions: Bringing emotions into organizational institutionalism

Candace Jones, Renate E. Meyer, Dennis Jancsary and Markus A. Höllerer
23 The Material and Visual Basis of institutions

Rodolphe Durand and Romain Boulongne
24 Advancing Category Research: Theoretical Mapping and Under-researched Areas
 
Section 5: Consequences

Robert J. David, Wesley D. Sine and Caroline Kaehr Serra
25 Institutional Theory and Entrepreneurship: Taking Stock and Moving Forward

Gerald F. Davis
26 Organizations, institutions, and inequality

John Amis, Kamal Munir and Johanna Mair
27 Institutions and Economic Inequality

Donald Palmer
28 Institutions, Institutional Theory, and Organizational Wrongdoing

P. Devereaux Jennings and Andrew J. Hoffman
29 Institutional Theory and the Natural Environment: Building Research through Tensions and Paradoxes

Fabio Rojas
30 Race and Institutionalism

Frank Dobbin and Alexandra Kalev
31 Are Diversity Programs Merely Ceremonial? Evidence-Free Institutionalization
 
Section 6: Reflections

John W. Meyer
32 Reflections on Institutional Theories of Organizations

W. Richard Scott
33 Institutional Theory: Onward and Upward

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