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Problems with contingency theory: Testing assumptions hidden within the language of contingency" theory." Administrative Science Quarterly, 349-377.
Brokerage and Closure: An Introduction to Social Capital, Administrative Science Quarterly, 52(3), 482-485.
(2003), "Network Structure and Knowledge Transfer: The Effects of Cohesion and Range", Administrative Science Quarterly, 48(2): 240-67
"The External Ties of Top Executives: Implications for Strategic Choice and Performance." Administrative Science Quarterly 42: 654-681.
Administrative Science Quarterly 2 (December): 281-306.
Administrative Science Quarterly has too offered a special forum on theory building in 1995.
The study has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly. (ANI)
The differentiation between both types of knowledge begins after World War II with the appearance of specialized journals (e.g., Administrative Science Quarterly) and the professionalization of the role of management professor, which required from scholars full-time dedication and greater commitment to the generation of academic knowledge of quality akin to that of other social sciences (Whitley, 1988).
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