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Is there maybe out there work in progrss about the employee behavior in
the case of Enron after their breakdown? They did a lot of networking
via the internet (as far as I could see) and offline (which I guess from
the info online). Other exapmles should be in the NewEconomy last year,
when all those breakdowns occurred.
Hope that helps a little bit.
Dipl.-Phys. Bettina Hoser
Lehrstuhl für Informationsdienste und elektronische Märkte
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
Gebäude 20.20 RZ (Raum 164), Zirkel 2
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Olga Mayorova wrote:
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> Hello all,
> Help needed. I have been trying to find citations supporting the statement
> that in times of social and economic transition individuals rely more on
> their personal networks rather than on formal institutions in their economic
> activities, and in particular in job searches. But my efforts were
> unsuccessful. From what I have found I got the impression that authors
> assume it to be a well-known social fact and do not cite any important works
> that have provided support for it's truthfulness. Any help with citations on
> this topic will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you,
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