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INSTITUTIONAL WORK TAKEN LITERALLY: HOW INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS SHIFT AS BANKING LAWYERS ‘GET THE DEAL DONE’

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The role of interest and agency in the creation and transformation of institutions, in particular the “paradox of embedded agency” (Seo & Creed, 2002) have long puzzled institutional scholars. Most recently, Lawrence and Suddaby (2006) coined the term “institutional work” to describe various strategies for creating, maintaining and disrupting institutions. This label, while useful to integrate existing research, highlights institutionalists’ lack of attention to work as actors’ everyday o...

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Publication date:
2007-01-01
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2013-09-18

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