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The Sage handbook of organizational institutionalism

Contributor(s): Greenwood, Royston [Editor] | Oliver, Christine [Editor] | Suddaby, Roy [Editor] | Sahlin, Kerstin [Editor].
Publisher: London Sage Publications 2008Description: xviii, 822 p.ISBN: 9781412931236.Subject(s): Organization | Social institutionsDDC classification: R 306.01 Summary: Institutional theory is arguably the dominant approach to understanding organizations. Yet there are frequent expressions of concern within the academic community that the theory has become eclectic and disorganized. In this handbook, the editors take stocks of this prevalent and entrenched approach to understanding organizations, bringing together the most eminent and international scholars of institutional theory and organization studies to review the foundations, current status, and emerging new directions of this key theoretical approach. The handbook is arranged into five sections: Foundational Themes, Institutional Dynamics, Applications, Interfaces, and Reflections.
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Institutional theory is arguably the dominant approach to understanding organizations. Yet there are frequent expressions of concern within the academic community that the theory has become eclectic and disorganized. In this handbook, the editors take stocks of this prevalent and entrenched approach to understanding organizations, bringing together the most eminent and international scholars of institutional theory and organization studies to review the foundations, current status, and emerging new directions of this key theoretical approach. The handbook is arranged into five sections: Foundational Themes, Institutional Dynamics, Applications, Interfaces, and Reflections.

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