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    The following bibliography includes the following sections:

    ? Early Institutional Theories

    ? Institutional Theory and Organizations

    ? Institutional Processes and Change

    Early Institutionalists

    Early Institutionalists in Economics

    Veblen, Thorstein B. (1898). Why is economics not an

    evolutionary science? Quarterly Journal of Economics, 12: 373-

    397.

    Veblen, Thorstein B. (1909). The limitations of marginal utility.

    Journal of Political Economy, 17: 235-245.

    Veblen, Thorstein B. (1919). The Place of Science in Modern

    Civilisation and Other Essays. New York: Huebsch.

    Commons, John R. (1924). The Legal Foundations of Capitalism.

    New York: Macmillan.

    Commons, John R. (1970). The Economics of Collective Action.

    Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. (Original work published

    in 1950).

    Van de Ven, Andrew. (1993). The institutional theory of John R.

    Commons: A review and commentary. Academy of Management

    Review, 18: 129-152.

    Swedberg, Richard. (1991). Major traditions of economic

    sociology. Annual Review of Sociology, 17: 251-276.

    Menger, Carl. (1963). Problems of Economics and Sociology.

    Translated by F. J. Nock. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

    (Original work published in 1871).

    Jaccoby, Sanford M. (1990). The new institutionalism: What can it

    learn from the old? Industrial Relations, 29: 315-359.

    Jaccoby, Sanford M. (1988). What can economics learn from

    industrial relations? Unpublished paper, Anderson Graduate

    School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles.

    Hodgson, Geoffrey. (1991). Institutional economic theory: The old

    versus the new. In Geoffrey M. Hodgson (Ed.), After Marx and

    Sraffa: Essays in Political Economy (194-213). New York: St.

    Martin's.

    Vanberg, Viktor. (1989). Carl Menger's evolutionary and John R. Commons' collective action approach to institutions: A comparison. Review of Political Economy, 1: 334-360.

    Coase, Ronald H. (1983). The new institutional economics. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 140: 229-231.

    Early Institutionalists in Political Science

    Burgess, John William. (1902). Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law. Boston: Ginn.

    Wilson, Woodrow. (1889). The State and Federal Governments of the United States. Boston: D. C. Heath.

    Willoughby, Westel Woodbury. (1896). An Examination of the Nature of the State. New York: Macmillan.

    Bill, James A. & Hardgrave, Robert L. Jr. (1981). Comparative Politics: The Quest for Theory. Washington, D. C.: Bell & Howell, University Press of America.

    Early Institutionalists in Sociology

    Cooley, Charles Horton. (1956). Social Organization. Glencoe, IL: Free Press. (Original work published in 1902).

    Hughes, Everett C. (1936). The ecological aspect of institutions. American Sociological Review, 1: 180-189.

    Hughes, Everett C. (1939). Institutions. In Robert E. Park (Ed.), An Outline of the Principles of Sociology (281-330). New York: Barnes and Noble.

    Hughes, Everett C. (1958). Men and Their Work. Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Abbott, Andrew. (1992). An old institutionalist reads the new institutionalism. Contemporary Sociology, 21:754-756. Durkheim, Emile. (1949). The Division of Labor in Society. Glencoe, IL: Free Press. (Original work published in 1893). Durkheim, Emile. (1950). The Rules of Sociological Method. Glencoe, IL: Free Press. (Original work published in 1901). Durkheim, Emile. (1961). The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. New York: Collier. (Original work published in 1912). Alexander, Jeffrey C. (1983). Theoretical Logic in Sociology: The Antinomies of Classical Thought: Marx and Durkheim. Vol. 2. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Alexander, Jeffrey C. (1983). Theoretical Logic in Sociology: The Classical Attempt at Theoretical Synthesis: Max Weber. Vol. 3. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Alexander, Jeffrey C. (1983). Theoretical Logic in Sociology: The Modern Reconstruction of Classical Thought: Talcott Parsons. Vol. 4. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Weber, Max. (1946). From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology. Translated and edited by Hans H. Gerth and C. Wright Mills. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Weber, Max. (1968). Economy and Society: An Interpretive Sociology. 3 vols. Edited by Guenther Roth and Claus Wittich. New York: Bedminister. (Original work published in 1924). Bendix, Reinhard. (1960). Max Weber: An Intellectual Portrait. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

    Swedberg, Richard. (1991). Major traditions of economic sociology. Annual Review of Sociology, 17: 251-276.

    Parsons, Talcott. (1937). The Structure of Social Action. New York: McGraw-Hill.

    Parsons, Talcott. (1951). The Social System. New York: Free Press. Parsons, Talcott. (1990). Prolegomena to a theory of social institutions. American Sociological Review, 55: 319-339. Mead, George Herbert. (1934). Mind, Self and Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Berger, Peter L. & Luckmann. (1967). The Social Construction of Reality. New York: Doubleday Anchor.

    Institutional Theory and Organizations

    Early Applications to Organizations

    The Columbia School and Selznick's Institutional Model

    Merton, Robert K., Gray, Ailsa P., Hockey, Barbara, and Selvin, Hanan C. (Eds.). (1952). Reader in Bureaucracy. Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Merton, Robert K. (1936). The unanticipated consequences of purposive social action. American Sociological Review, 1: 894-904.

    Merton, Robert K. (1957). Bureaucratic structure and personality. In Robert K. Merton (Ed.), Social Theory and Social Structure, 2nd E. (195-206). Glencoe, IL: Free Press. (Original work published in 1940).

    Gouldner, Alvin W. (1954). Patterns of Industrial Bureaucracy. Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Blau, Peter M. (1955). The Dynamics of Bureaucracy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Lipset, Seymour Martin, Trow, Martin A., and Coleman, James S. (1956). Union Democracy. Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Selznick, Philip. (1948). Foundations of the theory of organization. American Sociological Review, 13: 25-35.

    Selznick, Philip. (1949). TVA and the Grass Roots. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Selznick, Philip. (1957). Leadership in Administration. New York: Harper & Row.

    Gusfield, Joseph R. (1955). Social structure and moral reform: A study of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. American Journal of Sociology, 61: 221-232.

    Clark, Burton R. (1960). The Open Door College. New York: McGraw-Hill.

    Perrow, Charles. (1961). The analysis of goals in complex organizations. American Sociological Review, 26: 854-866. Zald, Mayer N. & Denton, Patricia. (1963). From evangelism to general service: The transformation of the YMCA. Administrative Science Quarterly, 8: 213-234.

    Perrow, Charles. (1986). Complex Organizations: A Critical Essay, 3rd Ed. New York: Random House.

    Stinchecome, Arthur L. (1968). Constructing Social Theories. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Parson's Institutional Approach

    Parsons, Talcott. (1953). A revised analytical approach to the theory of social stratification. In Reinhard Bendix and Seymour M. Lipset (Eds.), Class, Status and Power: A Reader in Social Stratification (92-129). Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Parsons, Talcott. (1960). A sociological approach to the theory of organizations. In Talcott Parsons (Ed.), Structure and Process in Modern Societies (16-58). Glencoe, IL: Free Press.

    Parsons, Talcott. (1960). Some ingredients of a general theory of formal organization. In Talcott Parsons (Ed.), Structure and Process in Modern Societies (59-96). Glencoe, IL: Free Press. Parsons, Talcott. (1990). Prolegomena to a theory of social institutions. American Sociological Review, 55: 319-339. Camic, Charles. (1992). Reputation and predecessor selection: Parsons and the Institutionalists. American Sociological Review, 57: 421-445.

    The Carnegie School

    Simon, Herbert A. (1957). Administrative Behavior, 2nd Ed. New York: Macmillan. (Original work published in 1945). March, James G. & Simon, Herbert A. (1958). Organizations. New York: John Wiley.

    Cognitive Theory

    Lewin, Kurt. (1951). Field Theory in Social Psychology. New York: Harper.

    Markus, Hazel & Zajonc, R. B. (1985). The cognitive perspective in social psychology. In Gardner Lindzey et al (Eds.), Handbook of Social Psychology, 3rd Ed. (137-230), Vol. 1. New York: Random House.

    Jones, Edward E. & Davis, Keith E. (1965). From acts to dispositions: The attribution process in person perception. In Leonard Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (220-266). New York: Academic Press.

    Neisser, U. (1976). Cognition and Reality: Principles and Implications of Cognitive Psychology. San Francisco: Freeman. Schank, R. C., & Abelson, R. P. (1977). Scripts, Plans, Goals, and Understanding. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    Tversky, Amos & Kahneman, Donald. (1974). Judgment under uncertainty. Science, 185: 1124-1131.

    Nisbett, Richard & Ross, Lee. (1980). Human Inference: Strategies and Shortcomings of Social Judgment. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

    Rosenberg, Morris. (1979). Conceiving the Self. New York: Basic Books.

    Stryker, Sheldon. (1980). Symbolic Interactionism: A Social Structural Version. Menlo Park, CA: Cummings.

    Burke, Peter J. & Reitzes, Donald C. (1981). The link between identity and role performance. Social Psychology Quarterly, 44: 83-92.

    Burke, Peter J. & Reitzes, Donald C. (1991). An identity theory approach to commitment. Social Psychology Quarterly, 54: 239-251.

    Giddens, Anthony. (1979). Central Problems in Social Theory: Action, Structure and Contradition in Social Analysis. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Giddens, Anthony. (1984). The Constitution of Society. Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Neo-Institutional Theory and Organizations: Founding Conceptions

    Neo-Institutional Theory in Economics

    Coase, Ronald H. (1937). The nature of the firm. Economica, 4: 385-405.

    Coase, Ronald H. (1972). Industrial organization: A proposal for research. In Victor R. Fuchs (Ed.), Policy Issues and Research Opportunities in Industrial Organization (59-73). New York: National Bureau of Economic Research.

    Williamson, Oliver E. (1975). Markets and Hierarchies: Analysis and Antitrust Implications. New York: Free Press.

    Williamson, Oliver E. (1981). The economics of organization: The transaction cost approach. American Journal of Sociology, 87: 548-577.

    Williamson, Oliver E. (1985). The Economic Institutions of Capitalism. New York: Free Press.

    Williamson, Oliver E. (1991). Comparative economic organization: The analysis of discrete structural alternative. Administrative Science Quarterly, 36: 269-296.

    Neo-Institutional Theory in Political Science

    Hall, Richard H. (1992). Taking things a bit too far: Same Problems with emergent institutional theory. In Kathryn Kelley

    (Ed.), Issues, Theory and Research in Industrial Organizational Psychology (71-87). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. Skocpol, Theda. (1985). Bringing the state back in: Strategies of analysis in current research. In Peter B. Evans (Ed.), Bringing the State Back In (3-37). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Krasner, Stephen D. (1988). Sovereignty: An institutional perspective. Comparative Political Studies, 21: 66-94. Tullock, Gordon. (1976). The Vote Motive. London: Institute for Economic Affairs.

    Buchanan, James M. & Tullock, Gordon. (1962). The Calculus of Consent. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

    Moe, Terry M. (1984). The new economics of organization. American Journal of Political Science, 28: 739-777. Moe, Terry M. (1990). Political institutions: The neglected side of the story. Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations, 6: 213-253.

    Moe, Terry M. (1990). The politics of structural choice: Toward a theory of public bureaucracy. In Oliver Williamson (Ed.), Organization Theory: From Chester Barnard to the Present and Beyond (116-153). New York: Oxford University Press.

    Neo-Institutional Theory in Sociology

    Durkheim, Emile. (1961). The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. New York: Collier. (Original work published in 1912). Schutz, Alfred. (1962). Collected Papers. Edited by Maurice Natanson. The Hague, The Netherlands: Nijhoff.

    Goffman, Erving. (1961). Asylums. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Anchor Books.

    Berger, Peter L. & Luckmann. (1967). The Social Construction of Reality. New York: Doubleday Anchor.

    Silverman, David. (1971). The Theory of Organizations: A Sociological Framework. New York: Basic Books.

    Meyer, John W. & Rowan, Brian. (1977). Institutionalized organizations: Formal structure as myth and ceremony. American Journal of Sociology, 83: 340-363.

    Zucker, Lynne G. (1977). The role of institutionalization in cultural persistance. American Sociological Review, 42: 726-743.

    DiMaggio, Paul J. & Powell, Walter W. (1983). The iron cage

    revisited: Institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in

    organizational fields. American Sociological Review, 48: 147-160.

    Meyer, John W. & Scott, W. Richard, with the assistance of

    Rowan, Brian and Deal, Terrence E. (1983). Organizational

    Environments: Ritual and Rationality. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

    Coleman, James R. (1990). Foundations of Social Theory.

    Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

    Hechter, Michael. (1987). Principles of Group Solidarity. Berkeley:

    University of California Press.

    Hechter, Michael, Opp, Karl-Dieter, and Wippler, Reinhard (Eds).

    (1990). Social Institutions: Their Emergence, Maintenance, and

    Effects. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

    Institutional processes and change

    David, Paul. (1985). Clio and the economics of QWERTY. AER, 75: 332-337.

    Bikchandani, Sushil, Hirshleifer, David and Welch, Ivo. (1992). A theory of fads,

    fashion, custom and cultural change as informational cascades. JPE, 100: 992-

    1026.

    Banerjee, Abhijit. (1992). A simple model of herd behavior. QJE, 107: 797-817.

    Oliver, Christine. (1991). Strategic responses to institutional processes. AMR, 16:

    145-179.

    Abrahamson, Eric. (1991). Managerial fads and fashions: The diffusion and

    rejection of innovations. AMR, 16: 586-612.

    Abrahamson, Ric & Rosenkopf, Lori. (1993). Institutional and competitive

    bandwagons: Using mathematical modeling as a tool to explore innovation

    diffusion. AMR, 18: 487-517.

    Rowan, Brian. R. (1982). Organizational structure and the institutional

    environment: The case of public schools. ASQ, 27: 259-279.

    Mezias, Stephen and Scarselletta, Mario. (1994). Resolving financial reporting

    problems: An Institutional analysis of the process. ASQ, 30: 654-678.

    Ritti, Richard and Silver, Jonathan. (1986). Early processes of institutionalization:

    The dramaturgy of exchange in interorganizational relations'. ASQ, 31: 25-42.

    Miner, Anne. (1987). Idiosyncratic jobs in formal organizations. ASQ, 32: 327-

    351.

    Mezias, Stephen. (1990). An institutional model of organizational practice: Financial reporting at the Fortune 200. ASQ, 35: 431-451.

    Davis, Gerald. (1991). Agents without principles? The spread of the poison pill through the intercorporate network. ASQ, 36: 583-613.

    Palmer, Donald, Jennings, P. Devereaux and Zhou, Xueguang. (1993). Late adoption of the multidivisional form by large US corporations: Institutional, political, and economic accounts'. ASQ, 38: 100-131.

    Zald, Mayer and Denton, Patricia. (1963). From evangelism to general service: The transformation of the YMCA. ASQ, 8: 214-234.

    Goodman, P. S., Conlon, E. and Bazerman, M. (1978). Institutionalization of planned organizational change. ROB, 2.

    Zucker, Lynne G. (1986). Production of trust: Institutional sources of economic structure, 1840 to 1920. ROB, 8: 53-112.

    Chaves, Mark. (1996). Ordaining women: The diffusion of an organizational innovation. AJS, 191: 840-873.

    Zald, Mayer and Berger, Michael. (1978). Social movements in organizations: Coup d'etat, insurgency and mass movements. AJS, 83: 823-861.

    Granovetter, Mark. (1985). Economic action and social structure: The problem of embeddedness. AJS, 91: 481-510.

    Strang, David and Tuma, Nancy. (1994). Spatial and temporal heterogeneity in diffusion. AJS, 99: 614-639.

    Kamens, David. (1977). Legitimating myths and educational organization: The relationship between organizational ideology and formal structure. ASR, 42: 208-219.

    Fligstein, Neil. (1985). The spread of the multidivisional form among large firms, 1919-1979. ASR, 50: 377-391.

    Galaskiewicz, Joseph. (1985). Professional networks and the institutionalization of a single mind-set. ASR, 50: 639-658.

    Miner, Anne. (1991). Organizational evolution and the social ecology of jobs. ASR, 56: 772-785.

    Davis, Gerald, Diekmann, Kristina and Tinsley, Catherine. (1994). The deinstitutionalization of conglomerate forms in the 1980s'. ASR, 59: 547-570. Strang, David and Meyer, John. (1993). Institutional conditions for diffusion. TS, 22: 487-511.

    Weick, K. E. and Gilfillan, D. P. (1971). Fate of arbitrary traditions in a laboratory microculture. JPSP, 17: 179-191.

    Insko, C. A., Thibaut, J. W., Moehle, D., Wilson, M., Diamond, W. K., Gilmore, R., Solomon, M. R. and Lipsitz, A. (1980). Social evolution and the emergence of leadership. JPSP, 39: 431-448.

    Della Fave, L. Richard. (1986). Toward an explication of the legitimation process. SF, 65: 476-500.

    Han, Shin-Kap. (1994). Mimetic isomorphism and its effect on the audit services market. SF, 73: 637-664.

    Jacobs, R. C. and Campbell, D. T. (1961). The perpetuation of an arbitrary tradition through successive generations of a laboratory microculture. JASP, 62: 649-658.

    Zucker, Lynne G. (1991). Postscript: Microfoundations of institutional thought. In W. W. Powell and P. J. DiMaggio (Eds.), The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis (pp. 103-107). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

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