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Table of Contents

Introduction Evolving Webs in Network Economies Timothy J. Rowly Rowly, Timothy J. Joel A. C. Baum Baum, Joel A. C.

Pt. I Small Worlds and Complex Systems

The rise of ecommerce as an epidemic in the small world of venture capital Gordon Walker Walker, Gordon 3

Ownership and Control: A Small-World Analysis Martin J. Conyon Conyon, Martin J. Mark R. Muldoon Muldoon, Mark R. 31

Evolutionary Dynamics of Inter-firm Networks: A Complex Systems Perspective Giovanni Battista Dagnino Dagnino, Giovanni Battista Gabriella Levanti Levanti, Gabriella Arabella Mocciaro Li Destri Destri, Arabella Mocciaro Li 67

Pt. II Network Change

The Role of Dyadic Multi-Dimensionality in the Evolution of Strategic Network Ties Julie M. Hite Hite, Julie M. 133

The structural evolution of multiplex organizational networks: Research and commerce in biotechnology Terry L. Amburgey Amburgey, Terry L. Andreas Al-Laham Al-Laham, Andreas Danny Tzabbar Tzabbar, Danny Barak Aharonson Aharonson, Barak 171

Industry consolidation and network evolution in U.S. global banking, 1986-2004 Eric J. Neuman Neuman, Eric J. Gerald F. Davis Davis, Gerald F. Mark S. Mizruchi Mizruchi, Mark S. 211

Actor utilities, strategic action and network evolution Patrick Doreian Doreian, Patrick 247

Pt. III Network Position and Performance

Contradictory or compatible? Reconsidering the "trade-off" between brokerage and closure on knowledge sharing Ray Reagans Reagans, Ray Bill McEvily McEvily, Bill 275

Industry Performance and Indirect Access to Structural Holes Ronald S. Burt Burt, Ronald S. 315

The mobilization of scarce resources Bjorn Lovas Lovas, Bjorn Olav Sorenson Sorenson, Olav 361

Interconnect towin: the joint effects of business strategy and network positions on the performance of software firms N. Venkatraman Venkatraman, N. Chi-Hyon Lee Lee, Chi-Hyon Bala Iyer Iyer, Bala 391

Pt. IV Endogeneity and Embeddedness

If the alliance fits : Innovation and network dynamics Robin Cowan Cowan, Robin Nicolas Jonard Jonard, Nicolas 427

Bringing the firm back in: Networking as antecedent to network structure Ravi Madhavan Madhavan, Ravi Turanay Caner Caner, Turanay John Prescott Prescott, John Balaji Koka Koka, Balaji 457

The gloomy side of embeddedness: The effects of overembeddedness on inter-firm partnership formation John Hagedoorn Hagedoorn, John Hans T. W. Frankort Frankort, Hans T. W. 503

Imitative behavior: Network antecedents and performance consequences Giuseppe Soda Soda, Giuseppe Akbar Zaheer Zaheer, Akbar Alessandra Carlone Carlone, Alessandra 531

Pt. V Network Navigation

Who's the new kid? The process of developing centrality in venture capitalist deal networks Bret R. Fund Fund, Bret R. Timothy G. Pollock Pollock, Timothy G. Ted Baker Baker, Ted Adam J. Wowak Wowak, Adam J. 563

Network horizon: An information-based view on the dynamics of bridging positions Diederik W. van Liere van Liere, Diederik W. Otto R. Koppius Koppius, Otto R. Peter H.M. Vervest Vervest, Peter H. M. 595

The dynamics of network strategies and positions Timothy J. Rowley Rowley, Timothy J. Joel A. C. Baum Baum, Joel A. C. 641

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