Author: Glenn R. Carroll,Michael T. Hannan
Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 30, 1995)
Category: Management & Leadership
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The authors offer a fresh look at organizations in several selected industries. The book is very practical and useful to students in organizational theory and management for the understanding of abstract and general theories.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. ISBN-13: 978-0195083101. The authors offer a fresh look at organizations in several selected industries. A very good source book!"-Thomas Li-Ping Tang, Middle Tennessee State University.
Glenn Carroll and Michael Hannan bring fresh insight to our understanding of corporations and the industries they . The book also explores some selected implications of corporate demography for public policy, including employment and regulation.
Glenn Carroll and Michael Hannan bring fresh insight to our understanding of corporations and the industries they comprise by looking beyond prototypical structures to focus on the range and diversity of organizations in their social and economic setting. The result is a rich rendering of analysis that portrays whole populations and communities of corporations. The Demography of Corporations and Industries is the first book to present the demographic approach to organizational studies in its entirety.
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