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Enclosed is a patch, extremely partial, not updated list, mainly for
Also, your student can search under market in
I hope this helps.
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Problem of Embeddedness", AJS 91: 481-510. Also reprinted in Granovetter
, Mark and Richard Swednerg (Eds.), The Sociology of Economic Life,
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Peasant Marketing", in American Economic Review 68 (SUPPLEMENT), May:
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New York, Cambridge University Press, 1979.
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Three Frameworks" Journal of Organizational Computing 7 (3).
Walker, Gordon, and David Weber (1984), "A Transaction-Cost Approach to
the Make-or-Buy Decision" Administrative Science Quarterly 29: 373-391
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(Special Supplementary Issues on Institutions and Organizations).
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Organizations, edited by N. Nohria and R. Eccles, Boston: Harvard
Business School Press
Ilan Talmud and Gustavo S. Mesh (1997), "Market Organization and
Corporate Instability: The Ecology of Inter-Industrial Networks", Social
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Large US Corporations in the 1960's: The Other Contested Terrain"
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Business Decisions: The Migration of Manufacturing Plants in New York
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of the Governance of Exchange Relations", ASQ 37: 76-10
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????? Ronald E. Rice:
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> Hi folks...
> I seem to remember someone collecting a good set of
> citations/references to the general area of markets and networks in
> the dim past. I know this is a very broad area, and I don't want to
> ask anyone to recreate the wheel, but if anyone has an
> already-collected set of such references, that would be much
> appreciated. This is for a doctoral student.
> Ronald E. Rice
> Arthur N. Rupe Chair in the Social Effects of Mass Communication
> Co-Director, Carsey-Wolf Center for Film, Television, and New Media
> President of the International Communication Association 2006-2007
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