Organizational Legitimacy: New Institutional Perspectives

Marianne Antonsen, Søren Sommer Jagd

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    Abstract

    The paper attempts to contributet establishing a stronger theoretical foundation of the notion of organizational legimicacy by examining two institutional approaches: The sociological branch of French convention theory, also called économie de la grandeur, and, secondly, recent developments within sociological neo-institutionalism.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2005
    Number of pages16
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    EventThe International Workshop on New Developments in Institutional Theory and the Analysis of Institutional Changes in Capitalism - Roskilde University, Denmark
    Duration: 4 May 20284 May 2029

    Conference

    ConferenceThe International Workshop on New Developments in Institutional Theory and the Analysis of Institutional Changes in Capitalism
    CountryDenmark
    CityRoskilde University
    Period04/05/202804/05/2029

    Keywords

    • Institutional theory, legimacy, conventions

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    Antonsen, M., & Jagd, S. S. (2005). Organizational Legitimacy: New Institutional Perspectives. Paper presented at The International Workshop on New Developments in Institutional Theory and the Analysis of Institutional Changes in Capitalism, Roskilde University, Denmark.
    Antonsen, Marianne ; Jagd, Søren Sommer. / Organizational Legitimacy: New Institutional Perspectives. Paper presented at The International Workshop on New Developments in Institutional Theory and the Analysis of Institutional Changes in Capitalism, Roskilde University, Denmark.16 p.
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