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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lauren B Edelman; Mark C Suchman
|Description:||xxxi, 531 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Series preface; Introduction; Part I Legality in the Shadow of the State: Influence through regulatory enforcement: Bargain and bluff: compliance strategy and deterrence in the enforcement of regulation, Keith Hawkins; Rational choice, situated action and the social control of organizations, Diane Vaughan; Explaining corporate environmental performance: how does regulation matter?, Robert A. Kagan, Neil Gunningham and Dorothy Thornton; Influence through social construction: Legal ambiguity and symbolic structures: organizational mediation of civil rights law, Lauren B. Edelman; The strength of a weak state: the employment rights revolution and the rise of human resources management divisions, Frank Dobbin and John Sutton; The endogeneity of legal regulation: grievance procedures as rational myth, Lauren B. Edelman, Christopher Uggen and Howard S. Erlanger; Part II Legality in the Shadow of Organizations: Inter-organizational legal Culture: Non-contractual relations in business: a preliminary study, Stewart Macaulay; Professional innovation: corporate lawyers and private lawmaking, Michael J. Powell 1993; The hired gun as facilitator: the case of lawyers in Silicon Valley, Mark C. Suchman and Mia L. Cahill; Intra-organizational legal culture: Competing institutions: law, medicine, and family in neonatal intensive care, Carol Heimer; Cops, counsel, or entrepreneurs: the shifting roles of lawyers in large business corporations Robert L. Nelson and Laura Beth Nielson; Bargaining in the shadow of social institutions: competing discourses and social change in workplace mobilization of civil rights, Catherine R.Albiston; Part III Legality in Macro-Historical Perspective: When the haves hold court: speculations on the organizational internalization of law, Lauren B. Edelman and Mark C. Suchman; Index.|
|Series Title:||International library of essays in law and society.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Lauren B. Edelman and Mark C. Suchman.|