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Dear Michelle,

I was also going to suggest Ezra and Ray's work. Also check out Brian Uzzi
1996 in ASR and 1997 in ASQ.

Arnout

On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 6:47 PM, Michele Barnes-Mauthe <[log in to unmask]>
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> I am looking for existing research indicating that in some cases, bridging
> and/or brokerage may cause economic disadvantages for individuals,
> particularly when or if there are strong network subgroups which may
> "penalize" brokers for associating with other groups.
>
> I am very familiar with Burt's work on brokerage, but my primary takeaway
> from it is that occupying brokerage positions is thought to be a source of
> social capital expected to generate benefits. I am looking for theoretical
> and/or empirical evidence that suggests the opposite - i.e., people who
> broker are significantly less productive (economically), particularly
> when/if there are strong network subgroups that may cause brokers (defined
> as individuals who bridge these network subgroups) to be socially
> ostracized for associating with other groups.
>
> If anyone can point me in the direction of existing research (in any
> field) that sheds light on this sort of effect, it would be much
> appreciated.
>
> Thank you in advance for your time,
> Michele Barnes-Mauthe
>
>
> Michele Barnes-Mauthe
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> Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research
> Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
> University of Hawaii at Manoa
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