All Stories

  1. Why do people consider one distillery authentic and another one not?
  2. Artists’ Music after Grammy Awards
  3. Generating authenticity in automated work
  4. The Evolution of Novelty and Diversity in Recorded Music
  5. Making Great Strategy: Arguing for Organizational Advantage
  6. Authenticity: Meanings, Targets, Audiences and Third Parties
  7. What posted restaurant hygiene grades tell us
  8. Generating Authenticity in Automated Work
  9. Consumer authenticity in China
  10. Tiki Bars---Were they ever authentic?
  11. How did a certain kind of food come to be labelled "Tex-Mex"?
  12. How individuals interpret messages and signals of authenticity
  13. Don't say you are authentic, just be it
  14. "Authentic Kitsch: Donn, Vic and the Emergence of the Tiki Bar Social Category"
  15. Authenticity: Attribution, Value and Meaning
  16. Organizational Ecology
  17. Authenticity buffers restaurants against low hygiene ratings
  18. Authenticity and Consumer Value Ratings: Empirical Tests from the Restaurant Domain
  19. How did the Handover in Hong Kong effect entrepreneurship?
  20. Challenger Groups, Commercial Organizations, and Policy Enactment: Local Lesbian/Gay Rights Ordinances in the United States from 1972 to 2008 1
  21. Selection and variation in organizational evolution
  22. Introduction to special section honoring John Freeman
  23. Restaurant Organizational Forms and Community in the U.S. in 2005
  24. Niche width and scale in organizational competition: A computational approach
  25. Organizational form emergence and competing professional schemata of Dutch accounting, 1884–1939
  26. The Social Lives of Products:Analyzing Product Demography for Management Theory and Practice
  27. Organizational evolution with fuzzy technological formats: tape drive producers in the world market, 1951–1998
  28. Culture and Demography in Organizations . By J. Richard  Harrison and Glenn R.  Carroll. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2006. Pp. xx+269. $32.95 (paper).
  29. The organizational construction of authenticity: An examination of contemporary food and dining in the U.S.
  30. Growing Church Organizations in Diverse U.S. Communities, 1890–1926
  31. Product Demography ofDe NovoandDe AlioFirms in the Optical Disk Drive Industry, 1983–1999
  32. The Organizational Construction of Authenticity: An Examination of Contemporary Food and Dining in the U.S.
  34. Growing Church Organizations in Diverse U.S. Communities 1890-1906
  35. Size, differentiation and the performance of Dutch daily newspapers
  36. The Organizational Niche
  37. Cascading Organizational Change
  38. The Fog of Change: Opacity and Asperity in Organizations
  39. Size (and competition) among organizations: modeling scale-based selection among automobile producers in four major countries, 1885-1981
  40. Come together? The organizational dynamics of post-merger cultural integration
  41. Resource Distributions and Market Partitioning: Dutch Daily Newspapers, 1968 to 1994
  42. Organizational processes of resource partitioning
  43. Theorie der Ressourcenteilung in der Organisationsökologie
  44. Why the Microbrewery Movement? Organizational Dynamics of Resource Partitioning in the U.S. Brewing Industry1
  45. Why Corporate Demography Matters: Policy Implications of Organizational Diversity
  46. Organizational Demography and Culture: Insights from a Formal Model and Simulation
  47. Legitimation, Geographical Scale, and Organizational Density: Regional Patterns of Foundings of American Automobile Producers, 1885–1981
  48. Modeling Internal Organizational Change
  49. Organizations … The Smaller They Get
  50. A sociological view on why firms differ
  51. Evolution among competing organizational forms
  52. On Theory, Breweries, and Strategic Groups (A Reply to Tremblay)
  53. The Organizational Ecology of Strategic Groups in the American Brewing Industry from 1975 to 1990
  54. Keeping the Faith: A Model of Cultural Transmission in Formal Organizations
  55. Density dependence in the organizational evolution of the American brewing industry across different levels of analysis
  56. Density Dependent Organizational Evolution in the American Brewing Industry from 1633 to 1988
  57. Karrieren in Organisationen
  58. On Using Institutional Theory in Studying Organizational Populations
  59. Density Dependence in the Evolution of Populations of Newspaper Organizations
  60. Organizations and the State: Effects of the Institutional Environment on Agricultural Cooperatives in Hungary
  61. The Career Dynamics of Self-Employment
  62. Organizational Approaches to Strategy: An Introduction and Overview
  63. Competition and Mutualism among Early Telephone Companies
  64. Job-Shift Patterns in the Federal Republic of Germany: The Effects of Social Class, Industrial Sector, and Organizational Size
  65. Organizational Environments: Ritual and Rationality.
  66. Concentration and Specialization: Dynamics of Niche Width in Populations of Organizations
  67. Organizational Ecology
  68. The Specialist Strategy
  69. Introduction
  70. Dynamics of Publisher Succession in Newspaper Organizations
  71. Time-series models for event counts
  72. A stochastic model of organizational mortality: Review and reanalysis
  73. The Liability of Newness: Age Dependence in Organizational Death Rates
  74. Dynamic analysis of discrete dependent variables: A didactic essay
  75. The Genetics of Altruism.
  76. Capital Cities in the American Urban System: The Impact of State Expansion
  77. National city-size distributions
  78. Dynamics of Organizational Expansion in National Systems of Education
  79. ‘It’s Not About the Beer, Really’
  80. Organizational Demography
  81. sociology and strategy
  82. organizational ecology population ecology
  83. initial conditions
  84. Organizational and Corporate Demography
  85. Contentious Legitimacy: Professional Association and Density Dependence in the Dutch Audit Industry 1884-1939
  86. The Ecology of Entrepreneurship
  87. Differentiation, Variation and Selection: Evolutionary Implications of Technical Change Among the Worldwide Population of Hard Disk Drive Makers, 1956-1998