Institutions and organizations /Material type: BookSeries: Foundations for organizational science.Publisher: Thousand Oaks : SAGE c1995Description: xvi, 178 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0803956533; 0803956525.Subject(s): Organizational sociology | Social institutions
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Includes bibliographical references p. 153-171 and index.
1. Early Institutionalists. Early Institutional Theory in Economics. Early Institutional Theory in Political Science. Early Institutional Theory in Sociology -- 2. Institutional Theory and Organizations. Early Applications to Organizations. Neo-Institutional Theory and Organizations: Founding Conceptions -- 3. Contemporary Institutional Theory. Varying Emphases: The Three Pillars of Institutions. Varying Carriers. Varying Levels of Analysis -- 4. Explaining Institutions: Empirical Research. Creating and Changing Institutions. Maintaining and Diffusing Institutions -- 5. Institutional Effects on Societal Systems, Organizational Fields, and Organizational Populations: Empirical Research. Institutional Agents: The State and the Professions. Effects on Societal Systems. Effects on Organizational Fields. Effects on Organizational Populations -- 6. Institutional Effects on Organizational Structure and Performance: Empirical Research. Structural Effects of Institutional Context.
Interaction Effects. Collective Responses to Institutional Environments. Responses by Individual Organizations -- 7. Accomplishments, Continuing Controversies, New Directions. Accomplishments. Continuing Controversies. New Directions.