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Corporate social capital and liability

Author: Roger Th A J Leenders; Shaul M Gabbay
Publisher: Boston : Kluwer Academic, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"By explicitly connecting social networks to the goals of corporate players, this book provides a unifying framework to the study of social capital in an organizational context. In this volume "social capital" is defined as the resources that accrue to an actor through his or her social relationships and that aid in the attainment of goals. The book introduces the new notion of "social liability" as a framework to
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Th A J Leenders; Shaul M Gabbay
ISBN: 0792385012 9780792385011
OCLC Number: 41387554
Description: vi, 562 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction: CSC: The Structure of Advantage and Disadvantage / Shaul M. Gabbay and Roger Th. A.J. Leenders --
Sect. I. Conceptual Issues --
Theory, Models, and Measurement. 1. Organizational Networks and Corporate Social Capital / David Knoke. 2. Social Capital of Organization: Conceptualization, Level of Analysis, and Performance Implications / Johannes M. Pennings and Kyungmook Lee. 3. A Relational Resource Perspective on Social Capital / Luis Araujo and Geoff Easton. 4. Social Capital by Design: Structures, Strategies, and Institutional Context / Wayne E. Baker and David Obstfeld. 5. Corporate Social Capital and Liability: a Conditional Approach to Three Consequenses of Corporate Social Structure / Ilan Talmud.
Responsibility: edited by Roger Th. A.J. Leenders, Shaul M. Gabbay.
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