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245 00 Toward Permeable Boundaries of Organizations? /|cedited by
       Leopold Ringel, Petra Hiller, Charlene Zietsma. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Bingley :|bEmerald Publishing Limited,|c2018. 
300    1 online resource. 
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490 1  Research in the sociology of organizations ;|vvol. 57. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Front Cover; Toward Permeable Boundaries of 
       Organizations?; Copyright Page; Contents; About the 
       Authors; Introduction; Toward Permeable Boundaries of 
       Organizations?; Organizations as Closed and Open Systems; 
       Toward Permeable Boundaries of Organizations? Recent 
       Developments in Systems Theory and New Institutionalism; 
       Systems Theory; New Institutionalism; Empirical Trends; 
       Advances in Information and Communication Technologies; 
       Increasingly Dynamic Field and Markets; Invasive 
       Transparency Regimes; Meta-organizations; Contributions to
       the Volume; Conceptualizing Organizational Boundaries. 
505 8  Boundaries and Intraorganizational ProcessesExtending 
       Boundaries: Meta-organization and Organizational Networks;
       Boundaries and Organizational Fields; Conclusion; 
       References; Section 1 Conceptualizing Organizational 
       Boundaries; Accounting, Boundary-making, and 
       Organizational Permeability; Introduction; The Accounting 
       Entity Assumption: Proprietorial or Social?; Boundaries of
       Control: What Is a Group?; Critical Accounting: "Bringing 
       Society Back in"; Keeping Society Out: Accounting and 
       Economization; The Responsive Organization: Accounting, 
       Actorhood, and Stakeholders. 
505 8  Discussion and ConclusionsAcknowledgments; References; 
       Boundaries of Visibility in the Age of Transparency: An 
       Integrative Conceptualization; Introduction; Transparency 
       Research: Verifiability and Performativity; Frontstage/
       Backstage: A Theatrical Metaphor; Organizations and 
       Operative Closure; Organizational "Imperfections"; 
       Organizational Responses to Demands for Transparency; 
       Examples; Discussion; Conclusion; Notes; References; 
       Collaboration as an Organization Design for Shared 
       Purpose; Shared Purpose and Its Impediments; Foundations 
       of Shared Purpose. 
505 8  Four Challenges in Scaling-up Value-rationalityValues: 
       Fragmentation; Norms: Goal Displacement; Authority: 
       Centralization; Capabilities: Specialization; From 
       Collegiality to Collaboration; Values: Institutionalizing 
       an Ethic of Contribution; Norms: Interactive Process 
       Management; Authority: Participative Centralization; 
       Capabilities: T-shaped Skills; Discussion and Conclusion; 
       Moderators and Boundary Conditions; Future Research; 
       Notes; References; Platform Organizing in the New Digital 
       Economy: Revisiting Online Communities and Strategic 
       Responses; Introduction. 
505 8  Platform Organizations in the Sharing EconomySharing 
       Economy: A Prime Example of the New Digital Economy; 
       Platform Organizations: Powering the Sharing Economy; 
       Hybrid Communities in the Sharing Economy; Hybrid 
       Communities: Mirroring the Boundary-blurring Nature of the
       Sharing Economy; The Form of Hybrid Communities; Strategic
       Implications from a Resource Dependence View; Resource 
       Dependence Theory and Its Contemporary Relevance; 
       Dependence of a Platform Organization on Its Hybrid 
       Community; Strategic Responses to Dependency on a Hybrid 
       Community; Discussion; Acknowledgments; References. 
520    The classical concept of organizations as solitary 'walled
       -in' actors with clear operational boundaries is 
       increasingly being challenged. This volume examines why, 
       examines the impact of these changes on organizations and 
       offers conceptual and empirical insights. 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       October 10, 2018). 
650  0 Boundaries.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85016091 
650  0 Associations, institutions, etc.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh85008810 
700 1  Ringel, Leopold,|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       nb2019001568|eeditor. 
700 1  Hiller, Petra.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no93032809 
700 1  Zietsma, Charlene.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
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       Organizations?.|bFirst edition.|dBingley : Emerald 
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