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How Institutions Matter!.

Author/Creator:
Gehman, Joel.
Publication:
Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (340 pages)
Series:
Research in the Sociology of Organizations Ser.
Research in the Sociology of Organizations Ser. ; v.48, Part B
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Subjects:
Organization-Research.
Institutions (Philosophy).
Associations, institutions, etc.-Social aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This double volume presents a collection of 23 papers on how institutions matter to socio-economic life. The effort was seeded by the 2015 Alberta Institutions Conference, which brought together 108 participants from 14 countries and 51 different institutions.
Contents:
Front Cover
How Institutions Matter!
Copyright Page
Contents
List of Contributors
Editorial Advisory Board
Preserving a Settlement despite Ongoing Challenges: The Case of Native Indian Gaming
Introduction
Literature Review
Research Setting
Method
Data Sources
Data Analysis
Creating and Sustaining an Institutional Settlement
The Settlement-Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (the IGRA)
Three Institutional Logics and Power Relations Arranged in the IGRA
The First Challenge - The Indian Trust Lands Reform Act (1995 and 1997)
The Second Challenge - S. 676 (A Bill to Amend the Act of June 18, 1934)
Challenge 3 - Proposition 48 (Referendum on Indian Gaming Compacts)
Discussion and Conclusion
References
Appendix
Understanding "Failed" Markets: Conflicting Logics and Dissonance in Attempts to Price the Priceless Child
Theoretical Motivation
Differential Organizational Responses to Institutional Pressures
Cognitive Dissonance, Institutional Complexity, and Resistance
Evolution of the Field
Deregulation and the New Legislation for Childcare
Responses Based on Welfare-State Logic
Responses Based on Neo-Familial Logic
Responses Based on Market Logic
Dissonance Accumulation and Inaction
Incompatibilities among Logics
Pluralistic Fields and Straddling Domains
Cumulative Dissonance
Summary
Conclusion
Contributions
Limitations and Future Research
References
Institutional Hybridity in Public Sector Reform: Replacement, Blending, or Layering of Administrative Paradigms
Introduction
Conceptual Background: Different Forms of Hybridity
Constellations of Administrative Paradigms
Empirical Context: Budgeting and Public Accounting Legislation in Austria
Data, Method, and Analysis.
Constellations of Administrative Paradigms and Different Forms of Hybridity
Discussion and Conclusion
References
Institutional Maintenance through Business Collective Action: The Alcohol Industry's Engagement with the Issue of Alcohol-Related Harm
Introduction
Social-Issues Management
Movement Institutionalism
Advantages of Using Institutional Theory to Study Organizational Responses to Social Issues
The Issue of Alcohol-Related Harm
The New-Public Health Movement
Regulative Pressures
Normative Pressures
Cultural-Cognitive Pressures
Data Collection and Data Sources
The Alcohol Industry's Collective Responses to the Issue of Alcohol-Related Harm
Self-Regulation
Public Advocacy/Education
Research Funding
Collective Activities and the Institutional Pillars
The Need for Business Collective Action
Discussion and Conclusion
Issue-Based Legitimacy Threats as Deinstitutionalization Pressures
IBICs as Unique Organizational Forms for Collective Institutional Maintenance
Collective Maintenance Activities in Response to Deinstitutionalization Pressures
Future Research
Notes
Acknowledgments
References
Achieving Minimal Consensus for New Industries: Bringing Isomorphism Back in
Institutional Isomorphism: Audiences, Firms, and Forms
Simulating the Emergence of New Industries
Simulation Analysis
Results
Discussion and Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
State Mediation in Market Emergence: Socially Responsible Investing in China
Theoretical Context
Challenges of Novel Market Development
Market Emergence from Scratch
Method
Empirical Setting
Research Design
Data Sources
Unit of Analysis
Analytical Approach
Findings
Social Skills
Resource Endowment
Sustained Market Emergence
The Mainland
Hong Kong.
State Mediation
Discussion and Conclusion
Notes
Acknowledgment
References
Appendix
Intra-Professional Status, Maintenance Failure, and the Reformation of the Scottish Civil Justice System
Theoretical Framework
Institutions, Institutional Change, and Institutional Work
Professions and Institutional Maintenance
Methods
Empirical Context
Data
Findings
Different Status Communities
Advocates
Solicitor Advocates
Bases for Opposition
Maintenance Failure
Discussion
Intra-professional Status and Institutional Change
Uncertainty, Intra-Professional Differences, and Institutional Maintenance Work
Conclusion
Notes
References
The Performative Puzzle: How Institutions Matter in Marginalizing and Reconstituting Identities
Subjects, Abjects, and Institutions
Bodies, Minds, and Identities: LGBTQ
Case 1: Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage in the United States
Case 2: Transgender Ruling in India
How Do Institutions Matter?
Where Do We Go from Here?
Notes
Acknowledgment
References
Institutional Constraints on the Pursuit of Racial Justice
Introduction
Background
Empirical Setting
Methodology
Findings
Discussion and Conclusion
Notes
References
"Walk the Line": How Institutional Influences Constrain Elites
Methods and Data
Sample
Interviews
Analysis
Findings
The Cases
Institutional Constraints
Legal Compliance
Sources of Legitimacy: Science and Participation
Science
Participation
Conclusion
Notes
Acknowledgment
References
Organization Theory and the Dilemmas of a Post-Corporate Economy
The Disintegrating Corporate Economy
The Philosophical Challenges of a Disintegrated Economy
Can Organization Theory Help?
References
About the Authors.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Lounsbury, Michael.
Greenwood, Royston.
Greenwood, Royston.
Other format:
Print version: Gehman, Joel How Institutions Matter!
ISBN:
9781786354310
9781786354327
OCLC:
1034620581