How field members interactions contribute to the structuration of an organizational field. A pluralistic approach
Penalva-Icher, Elise; Léca, Bernard (2016), How field members interactions contribute to the structuration of an organizational field. A pluralistic approach, SASE 2016 Conference, 2016-06, Berkeley, United States
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleSASE 2016 Conference
Conference countryUnited States
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Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Sciences Sociales [IRISSO]
ESSEC Business School
Abstract (EN)There is an increasing interest for the role of social positions to understand evolutions and change within organizational fields. This paper advances a new approach to understand how actors manage their connections within an organizational field and how this influences their ability to shape the field. To illustrate this process, we explore the Socially Responsible Investments field circa 2004-2005, at a time it had emerged but had not stabilized yet.
Subjects / KeywordsOrganization field; social network analysis; institutionalisation; socially responsible investments
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