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WEEK 8 OCT 27:

EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
Belsky, Jill M. 2002. “Beyond the Natural Resource and Environmental Sociology Divide: Insights from a Transdisciplinary Perspective.” Society and Natural Resources 15:269-280.
Buttel, Frederick H. 2002. “Environmental Sociology and the Sociology of Natural Resources: Institutional Histories and Intellectual Legacies.” Society and Natural Resources 15:205-211.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2002. “Darwinism in Economics: From Analogy to Ontology.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 12(3):259-281.
Nelson, Richard R. and Sidney G. Winter. 2002. “Evolutionary Theorizing in Economics.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 16(2):23-46.
Foster, John Bellamy. 1999. “Marx’s Theory of Metabolic Rift: Classical Foundations for Environmental Sociology.” American Journal of Sociology 105:366-405.
van den Bergh, Jeroen C. J. M. and John M. Gowdy. 2000. “Evolutionary Theories in Environmental and Resource Economics: Approaches and Applications.” Environmental and Resource Economics 17:7-57.
Aldrich, Howard E. 1999. Organizations Evolving. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Martha Argelia Martinez. 2001. “Many Are Called, but Few Are Chosen: An Evolutionary Perspective for the Study of Entrepreneurship.” Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice 25 (Summer):41-56.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Peter V. Marsden. 1988. “Environments and Organizations.” Pp. 361-92 in Handbook of Sociology, edited by Neil Smelser. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Aldrich, Howard E. and Susan Mueller. 1982. “The Evolution of Organizational Forms: Technology, Coordination and Control.” Research in Organizational Behavior 4:33-87.
Amburgey, Terry L. and Jitendra V. Singh. 2002. “Organizational Evolution.” Pp. 327-343 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A.C. Baum. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Baum, Joel A.C. and Jitendra V. Singh. 1994. “Organization-Environment Coevolution.” Pp. 379-401 in Organizational Evolution: New Directions, edited by Jitendra V. Singh. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Baum, Joel A.C. and Jitendra V. Singh. 1994. Evolutionary Dynamics of Organizations. New York: Oxord University Press.
Brown, Shona and Kathleen M. Eisenhardt. 1997. “The Art of Continuous Change: Linking Complexity Theory and Time-Paced Evolution in Relentlessly Shifting Organizations.” Administrative Science Quarterly 42:1-34.
Bruderer, Erhard and Jitendra V. Singh. 1996. “Organizational Evolution, Learning, and Selection: A Genetic-Algorithm-Based Model.” Academy of Management Journal 39:1322-1349.
Burgelman, Robert A. 2002. “Strategy as Vector and the Inertia of Coevolutionary Lock-in.” Administrative Science Quarterly 47:325-368.
Buttel, Frederick H. 2002. “Has Environmental Sociology Arrived?” Organization & Environment 15:42-54.
Buttel, Frederick H. 2003. “Environmental Sociology and the Explanation of Environmental Reform.” Organization & Environment 16:306-344.
Buttel, Frederick H. and August Gijswijt. 2001. “Emerging Trends in Environmental Sociology.” Pp. 43-57 in The Blackwell Companion to Sociology, edited by Judith R. Blau. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Campbell, Donald T. 1969. “Variation, Selection, and Retention in Sociocultural Systems.” General Systems 16:69-85.
Campbell, Donald T. 1994. “How Individual and Face-to-Face Group Selection Undermine Firm Selection in Organizational Evolution.” Pp. 23-38 in Evolutionary Dynamics of Organizations, edited by Joel A.C. Baum and Jitendra V. Singh. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Campbell, J. L. 1997. “Mechanisms of Evolutionary Change in Economic Governance: Interaction, Interpretation, and Bricolage.” In Evolutionary Economics and Path Dependency, edited by L. Magnusson and J. Ottoson. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Canan, Penelope. 1996. “Bringing Nature Back In: The Challenge of Environmental Sociology.” Sociological Inquiry 66:9-37.
Carley, Kathleen M. 1999. “On the Evolution of Social and Organizational Networks.” Research in the Sociology of Organizations 16:3-30.
Cropper, Maureen L. and Wallace E. Oates. 1992. “Environmental Economics: A Survey.” Journal of Economic Literature 30:675-740.
Cummings, L.L. and Barry Staw (eds.). 1986. The Evolution and Adaptation of Organizations. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Dollinger, M. J. 1990. “The Evolution of Collective Strategies in Fragmented Indus­tries.” Academy of Management Review 15:266-285.
Dopfer, Kurt (ed.). 2001. Evolutionary Economics: Program and Scope. Boston: Kluwer Academic.
Dopfer, Kurt and Jason Potts. 2004. “Evolutionary Realism: A New Ontology for Economics.” Journal of Economic Methodology 11:95-212.
Dugger, William M. and Howard J. Sherman. 1997. “Institutionalist and Marxist Theories of Evolution.” Journal of Economic Issues 31:991-1010.
Dugger, William M. and Howard J. Sherman. 1997. “Institutionalist and Marxist Theories of Evolution.” Journal of Economic Issues 31:991-1010.
Dugger, William M. and Howard J. Sherman. 2000. Reclaiming Evolution. New York: Routledge.
Everett, James L. 1994. “Communication and Sociocultural Evolution in Organizations and Organizational Populations.” Communication Theory 4(2):93-110.
Everett, James L. 1994. “Communication and Sociocultural Evolution in Organizations and Organizational Populations.” Communication Theory 4(2):93-110.
Fagerberg, Jan. 2003. “Schumpeter and the Revival of Evolutionary Economics: An Appraisal of the Literature.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 13:125-159.
Field, Donald R., A. E. Luloff and Richard S. Krannich. 2002. “Revisiting the Origins of and Distinctions between Natural Resource Sociology and Environmental Sociology.” Society and Natural Resources 15:213-227.
Frank, Joshua. 2003. “Natural Selection, Rational Economic Behavior, and Alternative Outcomes of the Evolutionary Process.” Journal of Socio-Economics 32:601-262.
Garrouste, Pierre and Stavros Ioannides (eds.). 2001. Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar.
Gersick, C. J. G. 1991. “Revolutionary Change Theories: A Multilevel Exploration of the Punctuated Equilibrium Paradigm.” Academy of Management Review 16:10-36.
Gimeno, Javier, Timothy B. Folta, Arnold C. Cooper and Carolyn Y. Woo. 1997. “Survival of the Fittest? Entrepreneurial Human Capital and the Persistence of Underperforming Firms.” Administrative Science Quarterly 42:750-783.
Gowdy, John M. 2004. “The Revolution in Welfare Economics and Its Implications for Environmental Valuation and Policy.” Land Economics 80:239-257.
Grabowski, Richard. 1999. “Market Evolution and Economic Development: The Evolution of Impersonal Markets.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology 58:699-712.
Greiner, Larry E. 1972. “Evolution and Revolution as Organizations Grow.” Harvard Business Review July-August 37-46.
Greve, Henrich R. 2002. “Interorganizational Evolution.” Pp. 557-578 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A.C. Baum. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Hahn, Robert W. 2000. “The Impact of Economics on Environmental Policy.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 39:375-399.
Harris, Michael. 1996. “Environmental Economics.” Australian Economic Review 116:449-465.
Hamilton, David. 1999. Evolutionary Economies: A Study of Change in Economic Thought. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction.
Harman, Willis W. 1996. “Creating a Sustainable Global Society-The Evolutionary Path.” World Futures 47:277-310.
Herrmann-Pillath, Carsten. 1994. “Evolutionary Rationality, ‘Homo Economicus,’ and the Foundations of Social Order.” Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems 17:41-69.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1991. “Hayek’s Theory of Cultural Evolution: An Evaluation in the Light of Vanberg’s Critique.” Economics and Philosophy 7:67-82.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1991. “Economic Evolution: Intervention Contra Pangloss.” Journal of Economic Issues 25:519-533.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1992. “Marx, Engels and Economic Evolution.” International Journal of Social Economics 19(7-8-9):121-128.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1992. “Thorstein Veblen and Post-Darwinian Economics.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 16(3):285-301.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1993. “Theories of Economic Evolution: A Preliminary Taxonomy.” Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies 61(2):125-144.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1993. “Transaction Costs and the Evolution of the Firm.” Pp. 77-100 in Transaction Costs, Markets and Hierarchies, edited by Christos Pitelis. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1993. “Transaction Costs and the Evolution of the Firm.” Pp. 77-100 in Transaction Costs, Markets and Hierarchies, edited by Christos Pitelis. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1993. Economics and Evolution: Bringing Life Back Into Economics. Cambridge, U.K., and Ann Arbor, MI: Polity Press and University of Michigan Press.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1994. “The Evolution of Socioeconomic Order in the Move to a Market Economy.” Review of International Political Economy 1:87-404.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1994. Optimisation and Evolution: Winter’s Critique of Friedman Revisited.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 18(4):413-430.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1994. “The Evolution of Socioeconomic Order in the Move to a Market Economy.” Review of International Political Economy 1:387-404.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1995. “The Evolution of Evolutionary Economics: Review Article.” Scottish Journal of Political Economy 42:469-488.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1996. “An Evolutionary Theory of Long-Term Economic Growth.” International Studies Quarterly 40(3):391-410.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1997. “The Evolutionary and Non-Darwinian Economics of Joseph Schumpeter.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 7(2):131-145.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1998. “Evolutionary and Competence-Based Theories of the Firm.” Journal of Economic Studies 25:25-56.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1998. “On the Evolution of Thorstein Veblen’s Evolutionary Economics.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 22(4):415-431.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1998. “Veblenian Evolutionary Economics: Introduction.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 22(4):397-401.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 1999. Evolution and Institutions: On Evolutionary Economics and the Evolution of Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2002. “The Evolution of Institutions: An Agenda for Future Theoretical Research.” Constitutional Political Economy 13(2):111-127.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2003. “Darwinism and Institutional Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 37: 85-97.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2004. The Evolution of Institutional Economics: Agency, Structure and Darwinism in American Institutionalism. London: Routledge.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2004. “The Mystery of the Routine: The Darwinian Destiny of an Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change.” Revue Economique 54:355-384.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. 2004. “Darwinism, Causality and the Social Sciences.” Journal of Economic Methodology 11(2):175-194.
Hodgson, Geoffrey M. and Thorbjorn Knudsen. 2004. “The Complex Evolution of a Simple Traffic Convention: The Functions and Implications of Habit.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 54:19-47.
Hunt, E. K. 2003. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies. Seventh Edition. London: Sharpe.
Hunt, Shelby D. 1997. “Evolutionary Economics, Endogenous Growth Models, and Resource-Advantage Theory.” Eastern Economic Journal 23(4):427-441.
Hunt, Shelby D. 1997. “Resource-Advantage Theory: An Evolutionary Theory of Competitive Behavior?” Journal of Economic Issues 31:59-77.
Hunt, Shelby D. and Robert M. Morgan. 1996. “The Resource-Advantage Theory of Competition: Dynamics, Path Dependencies, and Evolutionary Dimensions.” Journal of Marketing 60(3):107-114.
Hussen, Ahmed M. 2004. Principles of Environmental Economics. Second Edition. London: Routledge.
Iansiti, Marco and Tarun Khanna. 1995. “Technological Evolution, System Architecture and the Obsolescence of Firm Capabilities.” Industrial and Corporate Change 4(2):333-361.
Jackson, Matthew O. and Alison Watts. 2002. “The Evolution of Social and Economic Networks.” Journal of Economic Theory 106: 265-295.
Jennings, Ann and William Waller. 1994. “Evolutionary Economics and Cultural Hermeneutics: Veblen, Cultural Relativism, and Blind Drift.” Journal of Economic Issues 28:997-1030.
Kapas, Judit. 2003. “Evolution of Institutions and the Knowledge Economy: How Do Institutions Evolve?” Acta Oeconomica 53:75-80.
Katsenelinboigen, Aron. 1996. “Socio-Economic Mechanisms of Change and Biological Evolution.” World Futures 46:171-193.
Kay, Neil M. 1992. “Markets, False Hierarchies and the Evolution of the Modern Corporation.” Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization 17:315-33.
Kay, Neil M. 1997. Pattern in Corporate Evolution. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Khanna, Tarun. 1995. “Racing Behavior: Technological Evolution in the High-End Computer Industry.” Research Policy 24:933-958.
Kolstad, Charles D. 2000. Environmental Economics. New York: Oxford University Press.
Langton, John. 1979. “Darwinism and Behavioral Theory of Sociocultural Evolution: An Analysis.” American Journal of Sociology 85:288-309.
Lesourne, Jacques and André Orléan (eds.). 1998. Advances in Self-Organization and Evolutionary Economics. London: Economica.
Levinthal, Daniel A. 1991. “Organizational Adaptation and Environmental Selection: Interrelated Processes of Change.” Organization Science 2:140-145.
Levinthal, Daniel A. 1992. “Surviving Schumpeterian Environments: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Industrial and Corporate Change 1:427-443.
Levinthal, Daniel A. 1995. “Strategic Management and the Exploration of Diversity.” Pp. 19-42 in Resource Based and Evolutionary Theories of the Firm: Toward a Synthesis, edited by C. A. Montgomery. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic.
Lewin, Arie Y. and Henk W. Volberda. 1999. “Prolegomena on Coevolution: A Framework for Research on Strategy and New Organizational Forms.” Organization Science 10:519-536.
Lewin, Arie Y., Chris P. Long and Timothy N. Carroll. 1999. “The Evolution of New Organization Forms.” Organization Science 10:535-552.
List, John A. and Art de Zeeuw (eds.). 2002. Recent Advances in Environmental Economics. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar.
Loasby, Brian J. 2000. “Market Institutions and Economic Evolution.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 10:297-309.
Louca, Francisco. 2001. “Schumpeter and the Pendulum: How Evolution Was Whipped Out in the Construction of Canonical Economics.” Pp. 71-90 in Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present, edited by Pierre Garrouste and Stavros Ioannides. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar.
Magnusson, L. and J. Ottoson (eds.). 1997. Evolutionary Economics and Path Dependency Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
March, James G. 1999. “The Evolution of Evolution.” Pp. 100-113 in The Pursuit of Organizational Intelligence. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Martin, Xavier, Anand Swaminathan and Will Mitchell. 1998. “Organizational Evolution in the Interorganizational Environment: Incentives and Constraints on International Expansion Strategy.” Administrative Science Quarterly 43:566-601.
Maryanski, Alexandra R. 1998. “Evolutionary Sociology.” Advances in Human Ecology 7:1-56.
McKelvey, Bill. 1982. Organizational Systematics: Taxonomy, Evolution, Classification. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
McKelvey, Bill. 1999. “Avoiding Complexity Catastrophe in Coevolutionary Pockets: Strategies for Rugged Landscapes.” Organization Science 10(3):294-322.
Miller, Edythe S. 2003. “Evolution and Stasis: The Institutional Economics of David Hamilton.”
Journal of Economic Issues 37:51-63.
Miner, Anne S. 1991. “Organizational Evolution and the Social Ecology of Jobs.” American Sociological Review 56:772-785.
Montgomery, C. A. (ed.). 1995. Resource Based and Evolutionary Theories of the Firm: Toward a Synthesis. Boston: Kluwer Academic
Moreau, Francois. 2004. “The Role of the State in Evolutionary Economics.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 28:847-874.
Mulberg, Jon. 1996.”Modernity and Environmental Economics: A Sociological Critique.” Innovation9:435-447.
Myers, Norman. 1998. “Emergent Issues of Environmental Economics.” International Journal of Social Economics 25:1271-1278.
Nelson Richard R. 1995. “Recent Evolutionary Theorizing About Economic Change.” Journal of Economic Literature 33:48-90.
Nelson, Richard R. 1994. “Evolutionary Theorizing about Economic Change.” Pp. 108-136 in The Handbook of Economic Sociology, edited by Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Nelson, Richard R. 1994. “The Co-Evolution of Technology, Industrial Structure, and Supporting Institutions.” Industrial and Corporate Change 3:47-64.
Nelson, Richard R. 2001. “Evolutionary Perspectives on Economic Growth.” Pp. 165-194 in Evolutionary Economics: Program and Scope, edited by Kurt Dopfer. Boston: Kluwer Academic.
Nelson, Richard R. and Sydney Winter. 1982. An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Ofek, Haim. 200. Second Nature: Economic Origins of Human Evolution. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Paavola, Jouni and W. Neil Adger. 2005. “Institutional Ecological Economics.” Ecological Economics 53:353-368.
Pelikan, Pavel. 2003. “Bringing Institutions into Evolutionary Economics: Another View with Links to Changes in Physical and Social Technologies.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 13:237-258.
Putterman, Louis. Microeconomics: Behavior, Institutions, and Evolution. Journal of Economic Literature, Mar2005, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p135, 3p
Radzicki, Michael J. 2003. “Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Forrester, and a Foundation for Evolutionary Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 37:133-173.
Raff, D. M. G. 2000. “Superstores and the Evolution of Firm Capabilities in American Bookselling.” Strategic Management Journal 21:1043-1059.
Romanelli, Elaine. 1991. “The Evolution of New Organizational Forms.” Annual Review of Sociology 17:79-103.
Sanderson, Stephen K. 1994. “Evolutionary Materialism: A Theoretical Strategy for the Study of Social Evolution.” Sociological Perspectives 37:47-73.
Schmid, Michael. 1995. “Sociological Evolutionary Theory.” Protosociology 7:200-210.
Schmidt, Luisa. 1999. “Environmental Sociology: The Genealogy of a Double Emergence.” Analise Social 34:175-210.
Schnellenbach, Jan. 2005. “Model Uncertainty and the Rationality of Economic Policy: An Evolutionary Approach.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 15:101-16.
Schoonhoven, Claudia Bird and Elaine Romanelli (eds.). 2001. The Entrepreneurship Dynamic: Origins of Entrepreneurship and the Evolution of Industries. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Siggelkow, Nicolaj. 2002. “Evolution Toward Fit.” Administrative Science Quarterly 47:125-160.
Simon, Herbert A. 1993. “Strategy and Organizational Evolution.” Strategic Management Journal 14(Winter):131-142.
Singh, Jitendra V. (ed.). 1990. Organizational Evolution: New Directions. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Söderbaum, Peter. 1990. “Neoclassical and Institutional Approaches to Environmental Economics.” Journal of Economic Issues 24:481-492.
Teubner, Gunther. 1999. “Idiosyncratic Production Regimes: The Coevolution of Economic and Legal Institutions in the Varieties of Capitalism .” Soziale Systeme 5:7-25.
Tisdell, Clem. 2004. “Economic Competition and Evolution: Are There Lessons from Ecology?” Contemporary Economic Policy 22:179-193.
Tushman, Michael and Elaine Romanelli. 1985. “Organizational Evolution: A Metamorphosis Model of Convergence and Reorientation.” Research in Organizational Behavior 7:171-222.
Tushman, Michael and Lori Rosenkopf. 1992. “Organizational Determinants of Technological Change: Toward a Sociology of Technological Evolution.” Research on Organizational Behavior 14:311-347.
Tushman, Michael, William H. Newman and Elaine Romanelli. 1986. “Convergence and Upheaval: Managing the Unsteady Pace of Organizational Evolution.” California Management Review 23:29-44.
van den Bergh, Jeroen C.J.M. and John M. Gowdy. 2003. “The Microfoundations of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 27:65-84.
van den Bergh, Jeroen C.J.M. and Sigrid Stagl. 2003. “Coevolution of Economic Behaviour and Institutions: Towards a Theory of Institutional Change.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 13:289-317.
van den Bosch, Frans A.J., Henk W. Volberda and Michiel de Boer. 1999. “Coevolution of Firm Absorptive Capacity and Knowledge Environment: Organizational Forms and Combinative Capabilities.” Organization Science 10(5):551-570.
Vanberg, Viktor J. 2004. “The Rationality Postulate in Economics: Its Ambiguity, Its Deficiency and Its Evolutionary Alternative.” Journal of Economic Methodology 11:-29.
Veblen, Thorstein. 1898. “Why is Economics Not an Evolutionary Science?” Quarterly Journal of Economics July:373-397.
Veblen, Thorstein. 1994 [1898]. “Why Is Economics Not an Evolutionary Science?” Pp. 56-81 in The Place of Science in Modern Civilisation and Other Essays. London: Routledge.
Warglein, Massimo. 2002. “Intraorganizational Evolution.” Pp. 98-118 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A.C. Baum. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Wesseler, Justus, Hans-Peter Weikard and Robert D. Weaver (eds.). 2003. Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. Cheltenham, U.K.:Edward Elgar.
White, Damian F. 2004. “Book Review: Environmental Sociology and Its Future(s).” Sociology 38:389-397.
White, Michael C., Daniel B. Marin, Deborah V. Brazeal and William H. Friedman. 1997. “The Evolution of Organizations: Suggestions from Complexity Theory About the Interplay Between Natural Selection and Adaptation.” Human Relations 50:1383-1401.
Williamson, Oliver E. 1981. “The Modern Corporation: Origins, Evolution, Attributes.” Journal of Economic Literature 19:1537-1568.
Winter, Sidney. 1964. “Economic Natural Selection and the Theory of the Firm.” Yale Economic Essays 4:225-272.
Winter, Sidney. 1990. “Survival, Selection, and Inheritance in Evolutionary Theories of Organization.” Pp. 269-297 in Organizational Evolution: New Directions, edited by Jitendra V. Singh. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Witt, Ulrich. 2004. “On the Proper Interpretation of ‘Evolution’ in Economics and Its Implications for Production Theory.” Journal of Economic Methodology 11:125-416.
Woodgate, Graham and Michael Redclift. 1998. “From a Sociology of Nature to an Environmental Sociology. Beyond Social Construction.” Revista Internacional de Sociologia 19-20:15-40.
Zollo, Maurizio and Sidney G. Winter. 2002 “Deliberate Learning and the Evolution of Dynamic Capabilities.” Organization Science 13:339-352.
WEEK 9 NOV 3:

LEGAL & GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS OF THE ECONOMY
Belcher, Alice. 2003. “Inside the Black Box: Corporate Laws and Theories.” Social & Legal Studies 12:359-376.
Black, William. 2003. “Reexamining the Law-and-Economics Theory of Corporate Governance.” Challenge 46(2):22-40.
Culpan, Refik and John Trussel. 2005. “Applying the Agency and Stakeholder Theories to the Enron Debacle: An Ethical Perspective.” Business & Society Review 110:59-76.
Sundaram, Anant K. and Andrew C. Inkpen. 2004. “The Corporate Objective Revisited.” Organization Science 15:350-363.

Freeman, R. Edward, Andrew C. Wicks and Bidhan Parmar. 2004. “Stakeholder Theory and ‘The Corporate Objective Revisited’.” Organization Science 15:364-369.
Swedberg, Richard. 2003. “The Case for an Economic Sociology of Law.” Theory and Society 32:1-37.
Sykes, Alan O. 2002. “New Directions in Law and Economics.” American Economist 46:10-21.
Aglietta, Michel. 2000. “Shareholder Value and Corporate Governance: Some Tricky Questions.” Economy and Society 29:146-159.
Alcouffe, Christiane. 2000. “Judges and CEOs: French Aspects of Corporate Governance.” European Journal of Law and Economics 9(2):127-144.
Appelbaum, Richard P. 1998. “The Future of Law in a Global Economy.” Social & Legal Studies 7(2):171-192.
Avio, Kenneth L. 1999. “Habermasian Ethics and Institutional Law and Economics.” Kyklos 52(4):511-535.
Avio, Kenneth L. 2002. “Three Problems of Social Organisation: Institutional Law and Economics Meets Habermasian Law and Democracy.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 26(4):501-520.
Badgett, M. V. L. 1995. “Affirmative Action in a Changing Legal and Economic Environment.” Industrial Relations 34(4):489-506.
Barzel, Yoram. 2002. A theory of the state: Economic rights, legal rights, and the scope of the state. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
Baumol, William J. 2004. “Red-Queen Games: Arms Races, Rule of Law and Market Economies.” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 14(2):237-247.
Beyer, Jurgen and Martin Hopner. 2003. “The Disintegration of Organised Capitalism: German Corporate Governance in the 1990s.” West European Politics 26(4):179-198.
Blair, Margaret M. 2003. “Post-Enron Reflections on Comparative Corporate Governance.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 14(2):113-124.
Block, Richard N. 1995. “Labor Law, Economics, and Industrial Democracy: A Reconciliation.” Industrial Relations 34(3):402-416.
Boatright, John R. 2002. “Contractors As Stakeholders: Reconciling Stakeholder Theory with the Nexus-of-Contracts Firm.” Journal of Banking and Finance 26(9):1837-1852.
Bolodeoku, Ige Omotayo. 2002. “Economic Theories of the Corporation and Corporate Governance: A Critique.” Journal of Business Law 411-438.
Borocz, Jozsef and Akos Rona-Tas. 1995. “Small Leap Forward: Emergence of New Economic Elites.” Theory and Society 24(5):751-781.
Buchholz, Rogene A. and Sandra B. Rosenthal. 2004. “Stakeholder Theory and Public Policy: How Governments Matter.” Journal of Business Ethics 51(2):143-153.
Buchholz, Rogene A.; Rosenthal, Sandra B. 2005. “Toward a Contemporary Conceptual Framework for Stakeholder Theory.” Journal of Business Ethics 58:137-148.
Buck, Trevor, Azura Shahrim and Stefan Winter. 2004. “Executive Stock Options in Germany: The Diffusion or Translation of US-Style Corporate Governance?” Journal of Management and Governance 8(2):173-186.
Burkitt, Brian and Frances Ashton. 1996. “The Birth of the Stakeholder Society.” Critical Social Policy 16(4):3-16.
Carter, David A., Betty J. Simkins and W. G. Simpson. 2003. “Corporate Governance, Board Diversity, and Firm Value.” Financial Review 38:33-53.
Cassimon, Danny and Peter-Jan Engelen. 2005. “Impact of the Legal and Institutional Framework on the Financial Architecture of New Economy Firms in Developing Countries.” Information Economics and Policy 17(2):247-269.
Chen, Albert H. Y. 1999. “Rational Law, Economic Development and the Case of China.” Social & Legal Studies 8:97-120.
Chow, Gregory C. 2003. “Impact of Joining the WTO on China’s Economic, Legal and Political Institutions.” Pacific Economic Review 8(2):105-115.
Cioffi, John W. 2000. “Governing Globalization? The State, Law, and Structural Change in Corporate Governance.” Journal of Law and Society 27:572-600.
Coase, Ronald H. 1993. “Law and Economics at Chicago.” Journal of Law and Economics 36:239-254.
Collins, Denis and John Barkdull. 1995. “Capitalism, Environmentalism, and Mediating Structures: From Adam Smith to Stakeholder Panels.” Environmental Ethics 17(3):227-244.
Dau-Schmidt, Kenneth G. 1997. “Economics and Sociology: The Prospects for an Interdisciplinary Discourse on Law.” Wisconsin Law Review 3:389-419.
Davenport, Kim. 2000. “Corporate Citizenship: A Stakeholder Approach for Defining Corporate Social Performance and Identifying Measures for Assessing It.” Business & Society 39(2):210-219.
Denis, Diane K. 2001. “Twenty-Five Years of Corporate Governance Research . . . and Counting.” Review of Financial Economics 10(3):191-212.
Dobbin, Frank and John R. Sutton. 1998. “The Strength of a Weak State: The Rights Revolution and the Rise of Human Resources Management Divisions.” American Journal of Sociology 104:441-476.
Dobbin, Frank and Timothy J. Dowd. 1997. “How Policy Shapes Competition: Early Railroad Foundings in Massachusetts.” Administrative Science Quarterly 42:501-529.
Dobbin, Frank and Timothy J. Dowd. 2000. “The Market That Antitrust Built: Public Policy, Private Coercion, and Railroad Acquisitions, 1825 to 1922.”American Sociological Review 65:631-657.
Dobbin, Frank, John Sutton, John W. Meyer and W. Richard Scott. 1993. “Equal Opportunity Law and the Construction of Internal Labor Markets.” American Journal of Sociology 99:396-429.
Donaldson, Thomas and Lee E. Preston. 1995. “The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation: Concepts, Evidence, and Implications.”Academy of Management Review 20:65-91.
Donohue, John J.,III. 1988. “Law and Economics: The Road Not Taken.” Law and Society Review 22(5):903-926.
Dore, Ronald. 2003. “The Globalisation of Corporate Governance: External and Internal Mechanisms of Control.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 14(2):125-137.
Driesen, David M. 2003. The Economic Dynamics of Environmental Law. Cambridge and London: MIT Press.
Drobak, John N. and Douglass C. North. 1999. “Legal Change in Economic Analysis.” Pp. 53-57 in The Elgar Companion to Law and Economics, edited by J.G. Backhaus. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.
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