Part I: Integrative Paradigms. Comparative economic organization: the analysis of discrete structural alternatives, O. E. Williamson. Coase, hayek, and hierarchy, H. Schreuder. Notes on the use of power and efficiency constructs in economics and sociology of organizations, A. Grandori. Properties of rational organizations. J. S. Coleman. Part II: Decision-Making, Leadership, and Innovation. Dimensions and types of strategic decision making: an empirical check of a typology, J. Pool & P. L. Koopman. The role of dialogue in organizational change programs, B. Hofmaier. Organizational innovation as a social construction: managing meaning in multiple realities, R. Bouwen. Part III: Organizations and Environments. From organizations to concrete systems of action, E. Friedberg. Organizational ecology approaches to institutions, W. P. Barnett & G. R. Carroll. Organization studies and the ideology of technological determinism, J. Berting. Club hierarchy, social metering, and context instruction: governance structures in response to varying self-command capital, S.M. Lindenberg. Part IV: Interorganizational Perspectives. Markets, networks and control, H. C. White. Market integration, R. S. Burt. Market structure, ownership, and cooptation: accounting for interlocking directorships, R. Ziegler. Interorganizational democracy, C. J. Lammers. Index.