James Baron

Independent

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Scholarly Papers (10)

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Making War and Peace

Doing Exemplary Research, Sage Publications, 1992
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 30 Mar 2014
Harvard University - Department of Sociology, Independent and University of Alberta - Department of Strategic Management and Organization
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Mission Control? The Development of Personnel Systems in U.S. Industry

American Sociological Review, Vol 53, Issue 4, 1988, pp. 497-514, University of Alberta School of Business Research Paper No. 2013-596
Posted: 11 Jan 2014
Independent, University of Alberta - Department of Strategic Management and Organization and Harvard University - Department of Sociology

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Keller Williams Realty (A)

Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. HR-29A
Posted: 17 Feb 2011
James Baron and Brian Tayan
Independent and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business

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Corporate Culture, Organizational Structure, Corporate Strategy, Strategy Implementation, Competitive Advantage

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Organizational Blueprints for Success in High-Tech Start-Ups: Lessons from the Stanford Project on Emerging Companies

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship
Posted: 24 Nov 2009
Michael Hannan and James Baron
Stanford Graduate School of Business and Independent

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Stanford Project on Emerging Companies, Stanford University, Employment models, Executives, Founders, Corporate ventures, High technology firms, Organizational structures, Silicon Valley, Startups

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Building the Iron Cage: Determinants of Managerial Intensity in the Early Years of Organizations

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship
Posted: 17 Nov 2009
James Baron, Michael Hannan and M. Diane Burton
Independent, Stanford Graduate School of Business and affiliation not provided to SSRN

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Bureaucracy, Startups, Gender, Employee management, Organizational structures, Employee recruitment, Motivation, Organizational change, Commitment, Organizational cultures, Silicon Valley

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The Road Taken: Origins and Evolution of Employment Systems in Emerging Companies

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship
Posted: 17 Nov 2009
James Baron, M. Diane Burton and Michael Hannan
Independent, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Stanford Graduate School of Business

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Employee relations, Computer industry, Software industry, High technology industry, Human resources management, Employee management, Founders, Silicon Valley, Transaction costs, Employment policies, Work roles, Organizational structures, Organizational practices, High technology firms, Telecommunications industry

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Organizational Identities and the Hazard of Change

Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 15, Issue 5, pp. 755-784, 2006
Posted: 29 Feb 2008
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Independent, University of California, Davis - Graduate School of Management and affiliation not provided to SSRN

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Engineering Bureaucracy: The Genesis Of Formal Policies, Positions, And Structures On High-Technology Firms

Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 1-41, 1999
Posted: 29 Feb 2008
M. T. Hannan, M. Diane Burton and James Baron
Stanford University, ILR School, Cornell University and Independent

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Resources and Relationships: Social Networks and Mobility in the Workplace

Posted: 13 Sep 1999
Joel M. Podolny and James Baron
Yale School of Management and Independent

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Engineering Bureaucracy: The Genesis of Formal Positions and Structures in High-Technology Firms

Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, Vol. 15, No. 1, Spring 1999
Posted: 18 May 1999
James Baron, M. Diane Burton and Michael Hannan
Independent, ILR School, Cornell University and Stanford Graduate School of Business

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