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Organized Interests and the European Community

Organized Interests and the European Community

by Justin Greenwood
     
 

ISBN-10: 0803987013

ISBN-13: 9780803987012

Pub. Date: 02/05/1993

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Organized Interests and the European Community studies the relationship between organized business and industrial interests and the internationalization of markets. A very topical expression of the internationalization of markets is the drive to create a single European market in the 1990s. As this study demonstrates, organized interests are playing a vital

Overview

Organized Interests and the European Community studies the relationship between organized business and industrial interests and the internationalization of markets. A very topical expression of the internationalization of markets is the drive to create a single European market in the 1990s. As this study demonstrates, organized interests are playing a vital role in the process.

At the heart of understanding this process lies a recognition of two factors. Firstly, that interest associations are but one amongst a vast set of mechanisms of governance. Secondly, that interest associatons are themselves diverse in levels, domains, territories and the size of their opertions.

The aim of this study is not to propose the existence of a kind of 'Euro-corporatism' but to explain the conditions under which certain forms of associability and interest intermediation will emerge, and to examine the impact of such forms upon transnational integration of markets in Europe.

The book contains studies of key sectors, particularly in high technology, of business and labour organizatons, and also reviews the importance of size and territoriality.

Anyone with an interest in the development of the European market, government//industry relations, the politics of interest groups and organizations, and neo-corporatism will find this valuable.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803987012
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
02/05/1993
Series:
SAGE Studies in Neo-Corporatism Series, #2
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.51(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction
Section II: Foundational Themes - Royston Greenwood, Christine Oliver, Roy Suddaby & Kerstin Sahlin
1 Legitimacy
2 Isomorphism, Diffusion and Decoupling - David Deephouse, University of Alberta Marc Suchman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
3 Institutional Logics - Eva Boxenbaum, Copenhagen Business School Stefan Jonsson, Uppsala University
4 Organizational Fields: past, present and future - Patricia Thornton, Duke University William Ocasio, Northwestern University tion III: Institutional Dynamics - Melissa Wooten, Dartmouth College Andrew Hoffman, University of Michigan
5 The Work of Meanings in Institutional Processes and Thinking
6 Power, Institutions and Organizations - Tammar Zilber, Hebrew University
7 Institutional Entrepreneurship - Tom Lawrence, Simon Fraser University
8 Circulating ideas: Imitation, translation and editing - Cynthia Hardy, University of Melbourne Steve Maguire, Mc Gill University
9 Organizational Implications of Institutional Pluralism - Kerstin Sahlin, Uppsala University Linda Wedlin, Uppsala University
10 Microfoundations of Institutional Theory - Matthew Kraatz, University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign Emily Block, University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign
11 Institutions & Transnationalization - Woody Powell, Stanford University Jeannette Colyvas, Stanford University tion IV: Applications - Marie-Laure Djelic, ESSEC Sigrid Quack, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin
12 Traditions as Institutionalized Practice: Implications for de-institutionalization
13 New Forms as Settlements - Tina Dacin, Queen's University Peter Dacin, Queen's University
14 Social Movements and Failed Institutionalization: Corporate, nonresponse to the AIDS epidemic - Huggy Rao, Stanford University Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
15 Institutions & Corporate Governance - Gerald Davis, University of Michigan Peter Anderson, University of Michigan tion V: Interfaces - Peer Fiss, University of Southern California
16 Beyond Constraint: How institutions enable identities
17 Institutionalism and the Professions - Mary Ann Glynn, Boston College
18 Institutionalism and Globalization Studies - Kevin Leicht, University of Iowa Mary Fennell, Brown University
19 Organizational Institutionalism and Sociology: A reflection - Gili Drori, Stanford University
20 Coalface Institutionalism - C.R. Hinings, University of Alberta Pam Tolbert, Cornell University
21 New Sociology of Knowledge: Historical legacy and current strands - Steve Barley, Stanford University
22 Systems Theory, Societal Contexts, and Organizationa Heterogeneity - Renate Meyer, Vienna
23 Charting Progress at the Nexus of Institutional Theory and Economics - Raimund Hasse, University of Lucerne Georg Krücken, University of Bielefeld
24 Ecologists and Institutionalists: Friends or foes? - Peter Roberts, Emory University
25 Networks and Institutions - Heather Haveman, Columbia University Robert David, Mc Gill University
26 Institutional-Level Learning: Learning as a source of institutional change - Jason Owen-Smith, University of Michigan Woody Powell, Stanford University
27 Social Movements and Institutional Analysis - Pamela Haunschild, Univ of Texas at Austin David Chandler, Univ of Texas at Austin
28 Examining 'Institutionalization': A critical theoretic perspective - Marc Schneiberg, Reed College Michael Lounsbury, University of Alberta
29 Taking Social Construction Seriously: Extending the discursive approach in institutional theory - David J. Cooper, University of Alberta Mahmoud Ezzamel, University of Cardiff Hugh Willmott, University of Cardiff
30 Institutional Leadership: Past, present and future - Nelson Phillips, Imperial College, London Namrata Malhotra, Imperial College, London
Section VI: Reflections - Marvin Washington, University of Alberta Kim Boal, Texas Tech University John Davis, Texas Tech University
31 Don Palmer, University of California, Davis, Nicole Biggart, University of California, Davis, Brian Dick, University of California, Davis
32 Barbara Czarniawska, Goteborg University
33 Paul Hirsch, Northwestern University
34 John Meyer, Stanford University

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