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De Lange suggests a new contextually linked building block model to develop theories of the firm in the field of strategy and organizations.Using this approach, she proposes two models: one that is a realistic American version and another that is a futuristic sustainable model. Both are new networked models that integrate current the...
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Kobo ebook|Dec 19 2011
Kobo ebook|Dec 20 2010
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ISBN - 10:0230114547
ISBN - 13:9780230114548
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents* List of Figures. * List of Tables.* Foreward.* Preface. * Acknowledgements. * Introduction * Part I Corporate Governance Views and Theories. * Chapter 1: Who Holds the Power? Corporate Governance in America. * Chapter 2: A Review of Theories for the Modern Firm. * Realistic Theoretical Choices. * Embeddedness and Networks. * Institutional Theory. * Agency Theory. * Part II A Modern Networked Theory of the Firm. * Chapter 3: A Network Governance Model of the Firm. * Chapter 4: The Working Firm. * Chapter 5: The Legitimizing Firm. * Chapter 6: The Stock Market Bureaucracy. * Part III Case Study: The Financial Crisis in America * Chapter 7: Power of the Middlemen * Chapter 8: Cliques of Legitimizing Leaders * Chapter 9: Democratization as an Institutionalized Myth. * Part IV Solutions: Sustainable Corporate Governance. * Chapter 10: A Superior Model - Sustainability. * Chapter 11: Examples of International Corporate Governance. * Chapter 12: Scenarios for a Redistribution of Power in America. * Part V Conclusions. * Chapter 13: Implications and Future Research for Management Scholars. * Chapter 14: Implications for Policy and Practice. * Appendices.* Bibliography. * Index.