Emergence Vol: 50

Marc-David L. Seidel
University of British Colombia


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786359155
Published:
28 Mar 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
488 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Research in the Sociology of Organizations
The recent growth in research on the topic of evolutionary novelties inspired this volume of Research in the Sociology of Organizations. While previous sociological work has done an admirable job of understanding selection and differentiation processes, it has widely ignored the origin of novelty and how it grows to form initial structures and practices. Emergence is an easy to understand intuitive concept, as it simply means that an object comes into existence or appearance, but it needs further unpacking as a description of a widespread social process. In this book, emergence is seen as a process that involves 1) the creation of novelty, 2) its growth to a salient size, and 3) its formation into a recognizable social object, process, or structure. Each step should be understood through theory and empirical work. Yet the theory of each step can differ from, though it may be related to, the theory of the other two. As a consequence, emergence is a much more complex research topic than is suggested by a single word and it is these complexities that are examined in this book.
Emergence: How Novelty, Growth, and Formation Shape Organizations and Their Ecosystems - Marc-David L. Seidel and Henrich R. Greve PART I: NOVELTY Different Shades of Green: Environment Uncertainty and the Startegies of Hybrid Organizations - Juan Almandoz, Matthew Lee, and Christopher Marquis A Patchwork of Identities: Emergence of Charter Schools as a New Organizational Form - Harsh K. Jha and Christine M. Beckman Empty Categories and Industry Emergence: the Rise and Fall of Japanese J--Biru - Jesper Edman and Christina L. Ahmadjian Network Opportunity Emergence and Identification - Marc-David L. Seidel PART II: GROWTH The Social Construction of Market Categories: How Proximate Social Space Creates Strategic Incentives to be Early Claimants of the Fiscal Sponsor Label - Jessica Burshell and Will Mitchell A Theory of Crowds in Time and Space: Explaining the Cognitive Foundations of a New Market - Sorah Seong Assembling a Field into Place: SMart-City Development in Japan - Roy A. Nyberg and Masaru Yarime PART III: FORMATION Analogical Learning and Categorical Identity During Market Emergence - Jesper B. Sørensen and Mi Feng Do Connections Always Help? Network Brokerage's Negative Impact on the Emergence of Status - Bilian Ni Sullivan and Daniel Stewart Look at me: Overt Status-Seeking Behavior and Competitive Emergence Among Securities Analysts - Anne H. Bowers, Henrich R. Greve, and Hitoshi Mitsuhashi Emergence of a New Institutional Logic: SHaping the Institutionally Complex Field of Community Radio in India - Suhaib Riaz and Israr Qureshi Boundary-Crossing Job Mobility, New Porduct Area Entry, and the Performance of Entrepreneurial Ventures - Gina Dokko and Geraldine A. Wu Index
Marc-David L. Seidel, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Henrich R. Greve, INSEAD, Singapore

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