The Sage Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism

  • Price BP: 39.99
  • Author: Royston Greenwood , Christine Oliver , Roy Suddaby , Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson
  • Publisher: Sage Publications
  • ISBN-13: 9781446270493
  • Pages: 840
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Year of Pub / Reprint Year: 2008

Description

About The Book

Institutional theory lies at the heart of organizational theory yet until now, no book has successfully taken stock of this important and wide-ranging theoretical perspective.
With insight and clarity, the editors of this handbook have collected and arranged papers so readers are provided with a map of the field and pointed in the direction of new and emerging themes. The academics who have contributed to this handbook are respected internationally and represent a cross-section of expert organization theorists, sociologists and political scientists. Chapters are a rich mix of theory, how to conduct institutional organizational analysis and empirical work.

The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism will change how researchers, teachers and advanced students think about organizational institutionalism.

Table Of Contents:

Introduction Royston Greenwood, Christine Oliver, Kerstin Sahlin and Roy Suddaby
PART ONE: FOUNDATIONAL THEMES
Legitimacy in Organizational Institutionalism David L Deephouse and Marc Suchman
Isomorphism, Diffusion and Decoupling Eva Boxenbaum and Stefan Jonsson
Institutional Logics Patricia H Thornton and William Ocasio
Organizational Fields Melissa Wooten and Andrew J Hoffman
Past, Present and Future
PART TWO: INSTITUTIONAL DYNAMICS
The Work of Meanings in Institutional Processes and Thinking Tammar B Zilber
Power, Institutions and Organizations Thomas B Lawrence
Institutional Entrepreneurship Cynthia Hardy and Steve Maguire
Circulating Ideas Kerstin Sahlin and Linda Wedlin
Imitation, Translation and Editing
Organizational Implications of Institutional Pluralism Matthew S Kraatz and Emily S. Block
Microfoundations of Institutional Theory Walter W Powell and Jeannette A. Colyvas
Institutions and Transnationalization Marie-Laure Djelic and Sigrid Quack
PART THREE: APPLICATIONS
Traditions as Institutionalized Practice M Tina Dacin and Peter A Dacin
Implications for de-institutionalization
New Forms as Settlements Hayagreeva Rao and Martin Kenney
Social Movements and Failed Institutionalization Gerald F Davis and Peter J J Anderson
Corporate, (Non)Response to the AIDS Epidemic
Institutions and Corporate Governance Peer C Fiss
PART FOUR: INTERFACES
Beyond Constraint Mary Ann Glynn
How Institutions Enable Identities
Institutionalism and the Professions Kevin T Leicht and Mary L Fennell
Institutionalism and Globalization Studies Gili S Drori
Organizational Institutionalism and Sociology C R Hinings and Pamela S Tolbert
A Reflection
Coalface Institutionalism Stephen R Barley
New Sociology of Knowledge Renate E Meyer
Historical Legacy and Contributions
Systems Theory, Societal Contexts and Organizational Heterogeneity Raimund Hasse and Georg Kr cken
Charting Progress at the Nexus of Institutional Theory and Economics Peter W Roberts
Ecologists and Institutionalists Heather A Haveman and Robert J David
Friends or Foes?
Networks and Institutions Jason Owen-Smith and Walter W Powell
Institutional-Level Learning Pamela Haunschild and David Chandler
Learning as a Source of Institutional Change
Social Movements and Institutional Analysis Marc Schneiberg and Michael Lounsbury
Examining ‘Institutionalization’ David J Cooper, Mahmoud Ezzamel and Hugh Willmott
A Critical Theoretic Perspective
Taking Social Construction Seriously Nelson Phillips and Namrata Malhotra
Extending the Discursive Approach in Institutional Theory
Institutional Leadership Marvin Washington, Kimberly B Boal and John N Davis
Past, Present and Future
PART FIVE: REFLECTIONS
Is the New Institutionalism a Theory? Donald Palmer, Nicole Biggart and Brian Dick
How to Misuse Institutions and Get Away with It Barbara Czarniawska
Some Reflections on Institutional Theory(ies)
Been There, Done That, Moving on Paul Hirsch
Reflections on Institutional Theory’s Continuing Evolution
Reflections on Institutional Theories of Organizations John W Meyer