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WEEK 4 SEPT 29:

INSTITUTIONALIST THEORIES OF MARKETS & ORGANIZATIONS
Granovetter, Mark. 1992. “Economic Institutions as Social Constructions: A Framework for Analysis.” Acta Sociologica 35:3-11.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2000. “What Is the Essence of Institutional Economics?” Journal of Economic Issues 34:317-329.
Ingram, Paul and Karen Clay. 2000. “The Choice-within-Constraints New Institutionalism and Implications for Sociology.” Annual Review of Sociology 26:525-546.
Lie, John. 1997. “Sociology of Markets.” Annual Review of Sociology 23:341-360.
Rutherford, Malcolm. 2001. “Institutional Economics: Then and Now.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 15(3):173-194.
Valthuis, Olav. 1999. “The Changing Relationship Between Economic Sociology and Insitutional Economics: From Talcott Parsons to Mark Granovetter.” American Journal of Economics & Sociology 58:629-649.
Abell, Peter. 1995. “The New Institutionalism and Rational Choice Theory.” Pp 3-14 in The Institutional Construction of Organizations: International and Longitudinal Studies, edited by W. Richard Scott and Soren Christensen. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Ankarloo, Daniel and Giulio Palermo. 2004. “Anti-Williamson: A Marxian Critique of New Institutional Economics.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 28:413-429.
Ankarloo, Daniel. 2002. “New Institutional Economics and Economic History.” Capital & Class Issue 78:9-36.
Avio, Kenneth L. 2004. “A Modest Proposal for Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 38:715-745.
Barley, Stephen R. and Pamela Tolbart. 1997. “Institutionalization and Structuration: Studying the Links between Action and Institution.” Organization Studies 18:93-117.
Bates, R. H. 1988. “Contra Contractarianism: Some Reflections on the New Institutionalism.” Politics and Society 16:387-401.
Baum, Joel A. C. and Christine Oliver. 1996. “Toward an Institutional Ecology of Organizational Founding.” Academy of Management Journal 39:1378-1427.
Baum, Joel A.C. and Christine Oliver. 1991. “Institutional Linkages and Organizational Mortality.” Administrative Science Quarterly 36:187-218.
Beckert, Jens. 1999. “Agency, Entrepreneurs, and Institutional Change. The Role of Strategic Choice and Institutionalized Practices in Organizations.” Organization Studies 20:777-799.
Bendor, Jonathan, Terry M. Moe, and Kenneth W. Shotts. 2001. “Recycling the Garbage Can: An Assessment of the Research Program.” American Political Science Review 95:169-190.
Best, Michael. 1990. The New Competition: Institutions of Industrial Restructuring. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Brinton, Mary C. and Victor Nee. 1998. The New Institutionalism in Sociology. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Campbell, John L. 1998. “Institutional Analysis and the Role of Ideas in Political Economy.”
Theory and Society 27:377-409.
Clemens, Elisabeth S. and James M. Cook. 1999. “Politics and Institutionalism: Explaining Durability and Change.” Annual Review of Sociology 25:441-466.
Coase, Ronald H. 1984. “The New Institutional Economics.” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 140:229-31.
Coase, Ronald. 1998. “The New Institutional Economics.” American Economic Review 88(2):72-74.
Cohen, Michael, James G. March and Johan Olsen. 1972. “A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice.” Administrative Science Quarterly 17:1-25.
Colander, David. 1996. “New Institutionalism, Old Institutionalism, and Distribution Theory.” Journal of Economic Issues 30:433-442.
Colander, David. 2003. “Are Institutionalists an Endangered Species?” Journal of Economic Issues 37:111-122.
Commons, John R. 1924. Legal Foundations of Capitalism. New York: Macmillan.
Commons, John R. 1931. “Institutional Economics.” American Economic Review 21:648-657.
Commons, John R. 1934. Institutional Economics: Its Place in Political Economy. New York: Macmillan.
Commons, John R. 1965. A Sociological View of Sovereignty. New York: Augustus Kelley.
Czarniawska, Barbara. 1997. Narrating the Organization: Dramas of Institutional Identity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dacin, M. Tina, Jerry Goodstein and W. Richard Scott. 2002. “Institutional Theory and Institutional Change: Introduction to the Special Research Forum.” Academy of Management Journal 45:45-57.
Dequech, David. 2002. “The Demarcation between the ‘Old’ and the ‘New’ Institutional Economics: Recent Complications.” Journal of Economic Issues 36:565-572.
DiMaggio, Paul and Walter Powell (eds.). 1991. The New Institutionalism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
DiMaggio, Paul and Walter Powell. 1983. “The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields.” American Sociological Review 48:147-160.
DiMaggio, Paul J. 1998. “The New Institutionalisms Avenues of Collaboration.” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 154:696-705.
DiMaggio, Paul. 1988. “Interest and Agency in Institutional Theory.” Pp. 3-22 in Institutional Patterns and Organizations: Culture and Environment, edited by Lynne G. Zucker. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
Dugger, William M. 1995. “Douglass C. North’s New Institutionalism.” Journal of Economic Issues 29:453-458.
Dugger, William M. and Howard J. Sherman. 1994. “Comparison of Institutionalism and Marxism.” Journal of Economic Issues 28:101-128.
Eggertsson, Thrainn. 1990. Economic Behavior and Institutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Eggertsson, Thrainn. 1997. “The Old Theory of Economic Policy and the New Institutionalism.” World Development 25:1187-1203.
Elsbach, Kimberly D. 1994. “Managing Organizational Legitimacy in the California Cattle Industry: The Construction and Effectiveness of Verbal Accounts.” Administrative Science Quarterly 39:57-88.
Field, Alexander James. 1981. “The Problem with Neoclassical Institutional Economics: A Critique with Special Reference to the North/Thomas Model or Pre-1500 Europe.” Explorations in Economic History 18(April):174-198.
Fligstein, Neil and Alec Stone Sweet. 2002. “Constructing Polities and Markets: An Institutionalist Account of European Integration.” American Journal of Sociology 107:1206-1244.
Fligstein, Neil. 1991. “The Structural Transformation of American Industry: An Institutional Account of the Causes of Diversification in the Largest Firms.” Pp. 311-36 in The New Institutionalism, edited by Walter Powell and Paul DiMaggio. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Fligstein, Neil. 1997. “Social Skill and Institutional Theory.” American Behavioral Scientist 40:397-405.
Fligstein, Neil. 2001. “Institutional Entrepreneurs and Cultural Frames: The Case of the European Union’’s Single Market Program.” European Societies 3:261-287.
Furubotn, Eirik G. 2001. “The New Institutional Economics and the Theory of the Firm.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 45(2):133-153.
Furubotn, Erik G. and Rudolf Richter (eds.). 1991. The New Institutional Economics. College Station, TX: Texas A & M University Press.
Fusfeld, Daniel R. 2000. “A Manifesto for Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 34:257-265.
Glynn, Mary Ann and Rikki Abzug. 2002. “Institutionalizing Identity: Symbolic Isomorphism and Organizational Names.” Academy of Management Journal 45:267-280.
Granados Calero, Francisco. 2005. “Intertwined Cultural and Relational Environments of Organizations.” Social Forces 83:883-918.
Greenwood, Royston and C.R. Hinings. 1996. “Understanding Radical Organizational Change: Bringing Together the Old and New Institutionalism.” Academy of Management Review 21:1022-1054.
Greenwood, Royston, Roy Suddaby and C. R. Hinings. 2002. “Theorizing Change: The Role of Professional Associations in the Transformation of Institutionalized Fields.” Academy of Management Journal 45:58-80.
Groenewegen, John. 2004. “Who Should Control the Firm? Insights from New and Original Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 38:353-261.
Hall, Peter A. and Roemary C. R. Taylor. 1996. “Political Science and the Three New Institutionalisms.” Political Studies 44:936-957.
Halliday, Terence C., Michael J. Powell and Mark W. Granfors. 1993. “After Minimalism: Transformations of State Bar Associations from Market Dependence to State Reliance, 1918 to 1950.” American Sociological Review 58:515-535.
Hamilton, Walton H. 1919. “The Institutional Approach to Economic Theory.” American Economic Review 9:309-318.
Held, Martin J. and Hans G. Nutzinger. 2003. “Institutions Interact with Economic Actors: Plea for a General Institutional Economics.” International Journal of Social Economics 30:236-254.
Hira, Anil and Ron Hira. 2000. “The New Institutionalism: Contradictory Notions of Change.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology 59:267-282.
Hirsch, Paul M. 1997. “Sociology Without Social Structure: Neoinstitutional Theory Meets Brave New World.” American Journal of Sociology 102:1702-1723. Scott, W. Richard. 1998. “Response to Hirsch’s Review Essay.” American Journal of Sociology 103:1047-1048. Hirsch, Paul M. 1998. “Rejoinder to Scott.”American Journal of Sociology 103:1049-1051.
Hirsch, Paul M. and Michael Lounsbury. 1997. “Ending the Family Quarrel: Toward a Reconciliation of ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Institutionalisms.” American Behavioral Scientist 40:406-418.
Hirsch, Paul M. and Michael Lounsbury. 1997. “Putting the Organization Back into Organization Theory: Action, Change, and the ‘New’ Institutionalism.” Journal of Management Inquiry 6:79-88.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1993. “Institutional Economics: Surveying the ‘Old’ and the ‘New’.” Metroeconomica 44:1-28.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1998. “The Approach of Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Literature 36:166-192.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2001. “Frontiers of Institutional Economics.” New Political Economy 6:245-253.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2003. “Darwinism and Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 37:85-97.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2003. “John R. Commons and the Foundations of Institutional Economics.”
Journal of Economic Issues 37:547-576.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2004. “Reclaiming Habit for Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Psychology 25:651-660.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2004. The Evolution of Institutional Economics: Agency, Structure and Darwinism in American Institutionalism. London: Routledge.

Hodgson, Geoffrey. 1988. Economics and Institutions: A Manifesto for a Modern Institutional Economics. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.


Hutchison, Terence. 1991. “Institutionalist Economics Old and New.” Pp. 35-44 in The New Institutional Economics, edited by Erik G. Furubotn and Rudolf Richter. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.
Immergut, Ellen M. 1998. “The Theoretical Core of the New Institutionalism.” Politics & Society 26:5-34.
Jacoby, Sanford M. 1990. “The New Institutionalism: What Can It Learn from the Old?” Industrial Relations 29:316-340.
Jepperson, Ronald L. and John W. Meyer. 1991. “The Public Order and the Construction of Formal Organizations.” Pp. 204-231 in The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis, edited by Paul J. DiMaggio and Walter W. Powell. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Klein, Philip. 1987. “Power and Economic Performance: The Institutionalist View.” Journal of Economic Issues 21:1341-1377.
Kraatz, Matthew S. and Edward J. Zajac. 1996. “Exploring the Limits of the New Institutionalism: The Causes and Consequences of Illegitimate Organizational Change.” American Sociological Review 61:812-836.
Krucken, Georg. 2002. “American Neoinstitutionalism-European Perspectives.” Sociologia Internationalis 40:227-259.
Lanois, Richard N. and P.L. Robertson. 1995. Firms, Markets, and Economic Change: A Dynamic Theory of Business Institutions. London: Routledge.
Leblebici, Huseyin, Gerald Salancik, Anne Copay and Tom King. 1991. “Institutional Change and the Transformation of Interorganizational Fields.” Administrative Science Quarterly 36:333-363.
Lee, Kyungmook and Johannes M. Pennings. 2002. “Mimicry and the Market: Adoption of a New Organizational Form.” Academy of Management Journal 45:144-163.
Lindenberg, Siegwart . 2003. “Coleman’s Problem with Institutional Design: Neglect of Social Rationality?” Revue francaise de Sociologie 44: 357-373.

Magatti, Mauro. 1999. “The Institutional Nature of the Economy: Three Analytical Levels.”, Sociologia del Lavoro 73:88-118.


March, James G. 1978. “Bounded Rationality, Ambiguity, and the Engineering of Choice.” Bell Journal of Economics 9:587-608.
March, James G. 1994. A Primer on Decision Making: How Decisions Happen. New York: Free Press.
March, James G. 1996. “Continuity and Change in Theories of Organizational Action.” Administrative Science Quarterly 41:278-287.
March, James G. 1999. The Pursuit of Organizational Intelligence. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
March, James G. and Johan Olsen. 1986. “Garbage Can Models of Decision Making in Organizations.” Pp. 11-35 in Ambiguity and Command, edited by James and Roger Weissinger-Baylon. Marshfield, MA: Pitman.
March, James G. and Johan P. Olsen. 1976. Ambiguity and Choice in Organizations. Bergen, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.
March, James G. and Johan P. Olsen. 1984. “The New Institutionalism: Organizational Factors in Political Life.” American Political Science Review 78:734-749.
March, James G. and Johan P. Olsen. 1989. Rediscovering Institutions: The Organizational Basis of Politics. New York: Free Press.
March, James G. and Roger Weissinger-Baylon (eds.). 1986. Ambiguity and Command: Organizational Perspectives on Military Decision Making. Marshfield, MA: Pitman.
McClintock, Brent. 1987. “Institutional Transaction Analysis.” Journal of Economic Issues 21:673-681.
Menard, Claude. 1995. “Markets as Institutions Versus Organizations as Markets? Disentangling Some Fundamental Concepts.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 28:161-182.
Menard, Claude. 2001. “Methodological Issues in New Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Methodology 8:85-92.
Meyer, John W. 1977. “The Effects of Education as an Institution.” American Journal of Sociology 83:55-77.
Meyer, John W. and Brian Rowan. 1977. “Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony.” American Journal of Sociology 83:340-363.
Meyer, John W. and W. Richard Scott. 1983. Organizational Environments: Ritual and Rationality. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
Meyer, John W., and Ronald L. Jepperson. 2000. “The ‘Actors’ of Modern Society: The Cultural Construction of Social Agency.” Sociological Theory 18:100-120.
Meyer, John W., John Boli, George M. Thomas, and Francisco O. Ramirez. 1997. “World Society and the Nation State.” American Journal of Sociology 103:144-181.
Meyer, John W., W. Richard Scott and T.E. Deal. 1981. “Institutional and Technical Sources of Organizational Structure?” Pp. 151-78 in Organization and the Human Services, edited by Marshall W. Meyer. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
Moe, Terry M. 1990. “Political Institutions: The Neglected Side of the Story: Comment.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 6:213-254.
Moe, Terry M. 1991. “Politics and the Theory of Organization.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 7(Sp):106-129.
Muller-Jentsch, Walther. 2002. “Organization and Networks as Social Institutions or Organizational Sociology from a Social Theorist’s Perspective.” Soziologische Revue 25:418-434.
Nau, Heino Heinrich and Philippe Steiner. 2002. “Schmoller, Durkheim, and Old European Institutionalist Economics.”Journal of Economic Issues 36:1005-1024.
Nielsen, Klaus. 2001. “Institutionalist Approaches in the Social Sciences: Typology, Dialogue, and Future Challenges.” Journal of Economic Issues 35:505-516.
North, Douglass C. 1966. Growth and Welfare in the American Past. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
North, Douglass C. 1966. The Economic Growth of the United States. 1790-1860. New York: W. W. Norton.
North, Douglass C. 1978. “Structure and Performance: The Task of Economic History.” Journal of Economic Literature 16:963-997.
North, Douglass C. 1981. Structure and Change in Economic History. New York: Norton.
North, Douglass C. 1986. “The New Institutional Economics.” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 142:230-237.
North, Douglass C. 1990. Institutions, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
North, Douglass C. 1991. “Transaction Costs, Institutions, and Economic History.” Pp. 203-213 in The New Institutional Economics, edited by Erik G. Furubotn and Rudolf Richter. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.
North, Douglass C. 1991. “Institutions.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 5(Winter):97-112.
North, Douglass C. 1991. “Transaction Costs, Institutions, and Economic History.” Pp. 203-213 in The New Institutional Economics, edited by Erik G. Furubotn and Rudolf Richter. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.
North, Douglass C. 1992. “Institutions and Economic Theory.” American Economist 36:3-6.
North, Douglass C. 1994. “Economic Performance Through Time.” American Economic Review 84:359-368.
North, Douglass C. and John V.C. Nye. 2003. “Cliometrics, the New Institutional Economics, and the Future of Economic History.” Journal of Economic History 63:559-561.
North, Douglass C., and Robert Paul Thomas. 1973. The Rise of the Western World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Oliver, Christine. 1991. “Strategic Responses to Institutional Processes.” Academy of Management Review 16:145-179.
Oliver, Christine. 1997. “The Influence of Institutional and Task Environment Relationships on Organizational Performance: The Canadian Construction Industry.” Journal of Management Studies 34:99-124.
Olsen, Johan P. 2001. “Garbage Cans, New Institutionalism, and the Study of Politics.” American Political Science Review 95:191-.
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Palermo, Giulio. 2000. “Economic Power and the Firm in New Institutional Economics: Two Conflicting Problems.” Journal of Economic Issues 34:573-601.
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Pessali, Huascar F. and Ramon G. Fernande. 1999. “Institutional Economics at the Micro Level? What Transaction Costs Theory Could Learn from Original Institutionalism (in the Spirit of Building Bridges).” Journal of Economic Issues 33(2):265-.
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Rao, Hayagreeva and Kumar Sivakumar. 1999. “Institutional Sources of Boundary-Spanning Structures: The Establishment of Investor Relations Departments in the Fortune 500 Industrials.” Organization Science 10:27-42.
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