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Hi Martin,
You might be interested in our multilevel (so-called fish/pond) model 
and in current efforts to look at its dynamics.
With best regards,
Emmanuel Lazega

References
Lazega, Emmanuel, Jourda, Marie-Thérèse, Mounier, Lise et Stofer, Rafaël 
(2008), "Catching up with big fish in the big pond? Multi-level network 
analysis through linked design", /Social Networks/, 30:157-176.
Brailly, Julien et Emmanuel Lazega (2012), "Diversité des approches de 
la modélisation multiniveaux en analyses de réseaux sociaux et 
organisationnels",/Mathématiques et Sciences Humaines/, 198:5-32

Le 06/11/2012 15:16, Martin Goossen a écrit :
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> Fellow SocNetters,
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> I am looking for suggestions on research (published or unpublished) 
> that examines the micro-foundations of interorganizational 
> relationships. In particular, I am interested in works that explore 
> how characteristics of interorganizational ties influence the micro 
> aspects of such ties such as the choice of boundary spanners involved 
> in such ties, the number and characteristics of such boundary spanners 
> and the formation or dissolution of interpersonal ties among boundary 
> spanners (across organizations) or among individuals in the same 
> organization. The metaphor I have in mind in exploring these 
> cross-level relationships is Coleman's (1990) boat (or bathtub), which 
> suggests that an understanding of macro-macro relationships requires 
> an examination of how characteristics of macro phenomena (e.g., 
> interorganizational ties) affect micro-level processes and how these 
> micro processes affect macro outcomes. I will summarize the responses 
> for this list. Thank you in advance.
>
> With best regards,
>
> Martin Goossen
>
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> /Department of Strategy/
> /HEC Paris/
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