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Schreyögg, Georg

The Hidden Dynamics of Path Dependence

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Table of contents

Part I. Theoretical Foundations

1. Understanding Institutional and Organizational Path Dependencies
Georg Schreyögg, Jörg Sydow

2. Slippery Paths of (Mis)Understanding? Historically Based Explanations in Social Science
Dan Breznitz

Part II. Path Dependence in Public and Private Organizations

3. Imprinting, Path Dependence and Metaroutines: The Genesis and Development of the Toyota Production System
Hugo Driel, Wilfred Dolfsma

4. Path Dependence, Institutionalization and the Decline of Two Public Institutions
Sanneke Kuipers, Arjen Boin

Part III. Strategic Path Dependence

5. Path Dependence through Corporate Political Activity
Jan Siedentopp, Albrecht Söllner

6. Continuity in Change — Path Dependence and Transformation in Two Swedish Multinationals
Olof Brunninge, Leif Melin

Part IV. Path-dependent Industry Development

7. Path Dependence, Modularity and the Offshoring of (Some) Physician Services
Martin Stack, Myles Gartland

8. The Horse’s Hoof: Social Identity, Path Dependence and Path Creation in the Equine Industry
Kenneth W. Koput, Michael W. Conaway, David Olson

9. Path Dependence in Merchant Institutions: The Case of French Public Timber Sales
Gérard Marty

10. Path Dependence, Lock-in, and the Emergence of Clusters: The Case of Istanbul’s Film Cluster
Özlem Öz, Kaya Özkaracalar

11. Path Dependence in Regional Development: What Future for Baden-Württemberg
Gerhard Fuchs

Part V. Path Dependence of Policy and Institutions

12. Explaining Path Dependence through Discourse Analysis: The Case of Seasonal Farm Workers in Germany
Sebastian Hess, Daniela Kleinschmit, Ludwig Theuvsen, Stephan Cramon-Taubadel, Ulrike Zschache

13. Institutional Path Dependence: A Resistance to Controversies
Kim Nieuwaal

Part VI. Perspectives on a Theory of Path Dependence

14. Strategic Consequences of Co-evolutionary Lock-in: Insights from a Longitudinal Process Study
Robert A. Burgelman

Keywords: Business and Management, Organization, Business Strategy/Leadership, Behavioral/Experimental Economics, Operation Research/Decision Theory

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
265 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230274075
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30630-5

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