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Research in Organizational Behavior : an annual series of analytical essays and critical reviews. 2000 - B.M. Staw

Research in Organizational Behavior

an annual series of analytical essays and critical reviews. 2000

By: B.M. Staw (Editor), R.I. Sutton (Editor)

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Volume 22 of Research in Organizational Behavior continues the tradition of innovation and theoretical development with eight diverse papers. Most of these papers present theory and propositions that make linkages between different levels of analysis.

How emotions work (M. Morris). Contagious justice (P. Degoey). Theories of gender in organizations (R. Ely, D. Meyerson). Coordination neglect (C. Heath, N. Staudenmayer). Corporations, classes, and social movements after managerialism (G. Davis, D. McAdam). Power plays: how social movements and collective action create new organizational forms (H. Rao et al.). The Kibbutz for organizational behavior (T. Simmons, P. Ingram). The network structure of social capital (R. Burt).

ISBN: 9780080548913
ISBN-10: 0080548911
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 15th October 2000