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Institutional effects in the adoption of e-business-technology

Markus Hertwig
2012 Information and organization  
The article tries to make an innovative contribution to the field of IOS research, first, by drawing on theories of organizational structuringnew institutionalism, social psychology, and transaction cost  ...  Theoretically based hypotheses are developed and tested using regression models with a quantitative data set of more than 1900 companies.  ...  The article tries to make an innovative contribution to the field of IOS research, first, by drawing on theories of organizational structuringnew institutionalism, social psychology, and transaction cost  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2012.06.002 fatcat:ejy72v22uva2fczkf3jc3phote

Page 159 of Canadian Journal of History Vol. 27, Issue 1 [page]

1992 Canadian Journal of History  
Within the first-half of Elihu Thomson’s lifetime, therefore, techno- logical innovation was about to become an institutionalized feature of corporate life.  ...  A romantic aura of individual genius clings to the notion of innovation even today.  ... 

FROM COMMUNITY OF INNOVATION TO COMMUNITY OF INERTIA: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE U.S. TIRE INDUSTRY

Donald N. Sull
2001 Academy of Management Proceedings  
The institutionalization of cognitive models and organizational routines leaves the cluster vulnerable to environmental jolts.  ...  The tire industry was among the most innovative sectors in the U.S. economy between 1900 and 1935, providing dramatic improvements in both product performance and manufacturing process efficiency, and  ...  DISCUSSION The findings from a historical analysis of the U.S. tire industry from 1900 to 1990 suggest that the firms clustered in Akron initially led the industry in innovation, but later failed to respond  ... 
doi:10.5465/apbpp.2001.6132933 fatcat:56wjh6chojad5m7rsa3ubkc7qe

Quality management of higher education: Innovation approach from perspectives of institutionalism. An exploratory literature review

Manarbek Gulden, Kondybayeva Saltanat, Doszhan Raigul, Turarov Dauren, Abylay Assel, Pantea Foroudi
2020 Cogent Business & Management  
The academic value of this paper is that it has provided a greater understanding of the concept "institutionalism", "institutional theory" and other its components.  ...  As a result of literature research, we have witnessed a shortage of studies in institutionalism in the field of higher education, however, according to results of citation report, there is a growing interest  ...  The first publication reported in the database comes from 1900.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2020.1749217 fatcat:tfqbpinennh2zn3665z7r4cpn4

Playing by the Rules

Shih-Chang Hung, Richard Whittington
2000 Journal of Business Research  
being able to play by the institutionalized "rules of the game" within a particular Implications for business and government policy are drawn out.  ...  Taking an institutionalist perspective, we emphasize the importance of science policy field, researchers have similarly pointed to the institutionalization of technologies into self-reinforcing "trainstitutionalized  ...  of these rules-either deeply embedded within a particular historical path of national devel- The force of these institutionalized rules has important  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0148-2963(98)00050-2 fatcat:6s43ay4ivjaphgg4mr5d62x5jq

Introduction: The Worldwide Triumph of the Research University and Globalizing Science [chapter]

Justin J. W. Powell, Frank Fernandez, John T. Crist, Jennifer Dusdal, Liang Zhang, David P. Baker
2017 International Perspectives on Education and Society  
Design/methodology/approach À The chapter synthesizes the results of a series of country-level case studies and cross-national and regional comparisons on the growth of scientific research from 1900 until  ...  Purpose À This chapter provides an overview of the findings and chapters of a thematic volume in the International Perspectives on Education and Society (IPES) series.  ...  from 18 in 1900, to 24 in 1950, and later to 38 in 1980 to 45 in 1990, 51 in 2000 and 55 in 2010 (see Mihai & Reisz, 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1479-367920170000033003 fatcat:alaohju2gzf6xm6eqmuvyskenu

Reassessing The Demographic Imperative

W. Edward Folts, Edwin Rosenberg, Kenneth B. Muir, Lorin A. Baumhover
2005 Educational Gerontology  
For many years gerontologists have discussed the consequences of advances that have lengthened lives but have been less successful at improving the quality of those lives.  ...  In the absence of major policy changes or dramatic medical discoveries, or both, the need for institutional care among the population 85 and older will soon exceed the available resources.  ...  The projections for the percent increase in the number of nursing-home beds are based on the average of the percent increase from 1970 to 1980 (27.9%), 1980 to 1990 (25%), and 1990 to 2000 (2.2%).  ... 
doi:10.1080/03601270590522206 fatcat:b2vhgdb6arae3lddmfcc45zdiu

Explaining Web Technology Diffusion: An Institutional Theory Perspective

Ann M. Pearson, Heath Keller
2009 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The effect of coercive, mimetic, and normative processes that lead an organization to initially implement web technologies, referred to as adoption, differ from how those processes influence an organization  ...  This article uses institutional theory as a basis to understand organizational processes that influence the extent to which web technologies that support the organization-customer relationship are adopted  ...  Strom [2000] describes the early design of web sites. He states that in the mid-1990s, web sites consisted mostly of text with the emergence of graphics later in the 1990s.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02544 fatcat:wyxc5qpgojfgjnmnp5xx2h3yci

Qualitative inquiry in the history of psychology

Frederick J. Wertz
2014 Qualitative psychology journal  
Between the 1990s and the present, a revolutionary institutionalization of qualitative methods has taken place in publications, educational curricula, and professional organizations.  ...  Although Gordon Allport (1942) called for bold innovation and an increasingly rigorous accountability, a delay in the systematic development of qualitative methodology took place even as practices continued  ...  institutionalized.  ... 
doi:10.1037/qup0000007 fatcat:kgv4lfqmezfmvhknkzhpgu2bai

The V-Dem Party Institutionalization Index: A New Global Indicator (1900-2015)

Fernando Bizzarro Neto, Allen Hicken, Darin Self
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Scope is measured by the proportion of parties that reach a threshold of minimal institutionalization, while the linkages party establish with the masses and the elites define the depth.  ...  Because levels of party institutionalization may affect the availability of good data, existing datasets have limited reliability and coverage.  ...  Global Average of the Party Institutionalization Index (1900-2015) The line in (Ignazi, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2968265 fatcat:bjwa4gb6nraynnd7i5vvvd3r3i

The European Center of Science Productivity: Research Universities and Institutes in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom [chapter]

Justin J. W. Powell, Jennifer Dusdal
2017 International Perspectives on Education and Society  
from 18 in 1900 , to 24 in 1950 , and later to 38 in 1980 to 45 in 1990 , 51 in 2000 and 55 in 2010 (see Mihai & Reisz, 2017 .  ...  country in 1990 to the fifth in 2010 worldwide.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1479-367920170000033005 fatcat:5vjt4islkjc2pansy55zugqany

Innovation and Selection: Symphony Orchestras and the Construction of the Musical Canon in the United States (1879-1959)

P.-A. Kremp
2010 Social Forces  
This paper analyzes the determinants of innovation and success of innovation in the field of US symphony orchestras from 1879 to 1959: why did major orchestras (N =27) innovate by introducing works of  ...  Composers introduced by consecrated actors and entering the repertoire at a time of low competition with established composers and high field-level innovation were more likely to survive in the repertoire  ...  Among the "Big Five," only the Cleveland Orchestra was founded after 1900.  ... 
doi:10.1353/sof.0.0314 fatcat:gsapb6bx4razlm56vgf4izhura

Technological innovation, globalization, and varieties of capitalism: the case of Siemens AG as example for contingent institutional adaptation

Stefan Fritsch
2015 Business and Politics  
Contemporary discussions in the comparative political economy of innovation revolve specifically around the question of globalization's impact on the observable diversity of innovation patterns, institutionally  ...  The paper develops the concept of "contingent institutional adaptation" to trace institutional evolution at the firm level.  ...  a PhD-scholarship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW).  ... 
doi:10.1515/bap-2014-0020 fatcat:czwgiweuwrfnfdurmhocv3h33i

Have we been here before? Phases of financialization within the twentieth century in the US

Apostolos Fasianos, Diego Guevara, Christos Pierros
2018 Review of Keynesian Economics  
value orientation, as well as the level of financial innovations implemented.  ...  We identify four phases of financialization: the first from the 1900s to 1933 (early financialization), the second from 1933 to 1940 (transitory phase), the third between 1945 and 1973 (de-financialization  ...  of policymaking resembling those in the early 1900s.  ... 
doi:10.4337/roke.2018.01.03 fatcat:cfy74hmwercebfth334uvo3zgq

The Life Cycle of the Range Condition Concept

Linda A. Joyce
1993 Journal of range management  
These differences include the lack of an intellectual center for research on range condition and reflect the institutionalization of technology to measure range condition.  ...  To examine why change has not occurred in this area, this paper explores the historical development of the range condition concept in the context of the life cycle of a scientific theory.  ...  Intellectual and Social Development of Succession and Climax Theory The Innovation; Stage 1 In the early 1900's, Clements proposed that vegetation was dynamic, constantly changing, and, like an organism  ... 
doi:10.2307/4002269 fatcat:bdzcc4hnsjbq5hog3sbru5u5em
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