2 edition of Constructing institutional interests found in the catalog.
Constructing institutional interests
K. M. Fierke
|Statement||Karin Fierke and Antje Wiener.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no. 99/14|
|Contributions||Wiener, Antje., European University Institute., Robert Schuman Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fierke, K.M. (Karin M.). Constructing institutional interests.
San Domenico: European University Institute, I argue that national interests are produced in the construction, through the dual mechanisms of articulation and interpellation, of representations of international politics.
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Constructing National Interests shows how this process allowed for a redefining of the identities, interests, and likely actions of various states, so that it seemed to logically serve the U.S. national interest in removing the missiles from Cuba.
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national interest in removing the missiles from Cuba. ISBN Cloth £ $xx ISBN Paper £ $x. JUTTA WELDES Constructing National Interests. Book. Full-text available.
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Arthur L. Stinchcombe argues that theories should not be invented in the abstract—or applied a priori to a problem—but should be dictated by the nature of the data to be explained.5/5(1).
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Part One looks to the past by reviewing a series of foresight studies. Constructing Organizational Life How Social-Symbolic Work Shapes Selves, Organizations, and Institutions Thomas B.
Lawrence and Nelson Phillips. Clear and concise reviews of distinct research areas in social-symbolic work for those entering management and organizational research. Thoroughly revised and expanded, Institutions and Organizations provides a comprehensive overview of the institutionalist approach to organization theory.
Dick Scott presents an historical overview of the theoretical literature, an integrative analysis of current institutional approaches, and a review of empirical research related to institutions and organizations/5. Carriers and Institutional Mechanisms 7. Institutional Processes and Organizations Organizations and Institutions: Three Views Legitimacy, Isomorphism, and Coupling Institutional Context and Organizational Structure Interactive Processes Strategic Responses Sources of Divergence 8.
Institutional Theory. Institutional theory is a research tradition that traces its origins back to foundational articles that discussed how organizational founding and change were driven less by functional considerations and more by symbolic actions and external influences than the theory at the time assumed (Meyer and Rowan, ).
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London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: / His research interests include competence and learning in organizations, leadership. It is to this latter discussion that historian Martin Kalb's Coming of Age: Constructing and Controlling Youth in Munich, makes its mark, offering a study of the perceptions of youth in Munich during the first three decades after the Second World War.
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Start studying AP Government Chapter 9 Interest Groups. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Institutional Interest Group. Individuals or groups representing other organizations. Idealogical interests. Institutional ownership refers to stock that is held by investment firms, funds, and other large entities rather than individual, retail investors.
more Institutional InvestorAuthor: Glenn Curtis. The examples are imaginative and varied, and her opening of the book with the fairy tale of the Emperor’s New Clothes primes the reader's will for analyzing IP as an institutional fact.
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The bestselling Institutions and Organizations. remains the key source for a comprehensive overview of the institutionalist approach to organization theory.
The author presents: an historical overview of the theoretical literature; an integrative analysis of current institutional approaches, and a review of empirical research related to institutions and organization in addition to an /5(9).
My research interests include political violence and its legacies, state formation, and institutional change. Book Project: My book project, provisionally titled Constructing the Criminal State: The Institutional Legacies of Civil War in Central America, examines how counterinsurgent structures and practices reshape state institutions and.
The author presents: an historical overview of the theoretical literature; an integrative analysis of current institutional approaches, and a review of empirical research related to institutions and organization in addition to an extensive review and critique of institutional analysis in sociology, political science, and economics as it relates.
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Constructing Autocracy will speak effectively to those who study other (especially pre-modern) periods of history."—Brad Inwood, University of. REFLECTIONS ON INSTITUTIONAL THEORIES OF ORGANIZATIONS of these traditions, to be counter-productive disturbances of rationality.
There is a ten-dency to see the situation as one of punctu-ated equilibrium. Collective history operates briefly, creating the crucial change, and then stable equilibria ensue.
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opportunity" (Meyer and Minkoff ) are, partially, institutional constraint arguments, to the extent that they posit that political institutions limit the conditions under which organized interests mobilize and attain collective goods from the state. Another form of institutional theorizing, more typical among sociologicalFile Size: KB.(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Creating a clear, analytical framework for readers, Institutions and Organizations: Ideas and Interests, Fourth Edition continues to reflect the richness and diversity of institutional thought, viewed both historically and as a contemporary, ongoing field of study.INSTITUTIONAL THEORY AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL RESEARCH FORUM M.
TINA DACIN Queen's University JERRY GOODSTEIN Washington State University W. RICHARD SCOTT Stanford University Institutional theory has risen to prominence as a popular and powerful explanation for both individ-ual and organizational action. It is a.