Between Hierarchies and Markets: The Logic and Limits of Network Forms of Organization
Grahame Thompson, Professor of Political Economy and Head of Department of Government and Politics Grahame F Thompson
Oxford University Press, 2003 - 272 من الصفحات
"This book conducts a survey into the ways in which the word 'network' has been deployed in a wide range of literature. In particular, it offers a commentary on how the idea of networks has been to illustrate contemporary forms of socio-economic organization (as well the idea of a 'network society' or a 'network state', for instance), broadly conceived to also include the political aspects of networks."--BOOK JACKET. Book jacket.
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