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I understand that there is a book coming out later this year with
Princeton University Press entitled The Emergence of Organizations and
Markets by John F. Padgett and Walter W. Powell.
I understand that it touches on these issues.
On 30/04/2012 4:40 AM, Florian Aubke wrote:
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> Dear all,
> I am searching for work that has looked at creativity in/through networks.
> What I have found so far is:
> Uzzi, B. and Spiro J. (2005), Collaboration and Creativity: The Small World
> Problem, American Journal of Sociology, 111:2
> Jeffcutt, P. and Pratt, A.C. (2002), Managing Creativity in the Cultural
> Industries, Creativity and Innovation Management, 11:4, 225-233
> Perry-Smith, J.E. and Shalley, C.E. (2003), The Social Side of Creativity: A
> Static and Dynamic Social Network Perspective, Academy of Management Review,
> 28:1, 89-106
> Kijkuit, B. and van den Ende, J. (2007), The Organizational Life of an Idea:
> Integrating Social Network, Creativity and Decision Making Perspectives,
> Journal of Management Studies, 44:6, 863-882
> Karlsson, C. (2010), Clusters, Networks and Creativity, CESIS Electronic
> Working Paper Series, No. 235
> Fleming, L. and Marx, M. (2006), Managing Creativity in Small Worlds,
> California Management Review, 48:8, 6-27
> If you know of additional literature linking networks/network position to
> creativity, please let me know.
> Kind regards,
> Florian Aubke
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