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Howard Aldrich (bibliographie)

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Cet article présente la liste des œuvres de Howard Aldrich, de façon aussi exhaustive que possible. Pour une présentation de l'auteur et de sa pensée, voir l'article dédié.

De 1976 à 1979

  • 1976,
    • a. avec J. Pfeffer, "Environments of organizations", Annual Review of Sociology, Vol 2, pp79–105
    • b. "Resource dependence and interorganizational relations: Relations between local employment services offices and social service sector organizations", Administration and Society, Vol 7, pp419-454.
  • 1979, "Organizations and environments", Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall

De 1980 à 1989

  • 1981, avec J. Weiss, "Differentiation within the United States capitahst class: Workforce size and income differences", American Sociological Review, Vol 46, pp279-290
  • 1982,
    • a. avec S. Mueller, "The evolution of organizational forms: Technology, coordination, and control", In B. M. Staw, L. L. Cummings, dir., "Research in Organizational Behavior", Vol 4, Greenwich: JAI
    • b. "The Origins and Persistence of Social Networks: A Comment", In: Peter V. Marsden, Nan Lin, dir., "Social Structure and Network Analysis", Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, pp281-294
  • 1984,
    • a. avec Ellen Auster, "Small Business Vulnerability, Ethnic Enclaves and Ethnic Enterprise", In: Robin Ward, Richard Jenkins, dir., "Ethnic Communitiesin Business: Strategies for Economic Survival", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp39-54
    • b. avec Trevor P. Jones, David McEvoy, "Ethnic Advantage and Minority Business Development", In: Robin Ward, Richard Jenkins, dir., "Ethnic Communities in Business: Strategies for Economic Survival", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp189-210
  • 1986,
    • a. avec Catherine Zimmer, "Entrepreneurship and opportunity recognition", Small Business Economics, Vol 24, pp249-265
    • b. avec Catherine Zimmer, "Entrepreneurship through social networks", In: Donald L. Sexton, Raymond W. Smiler, dir., "The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship", Ballinger, Cambridge, MA, pp3-23
    • c. avec Ellen Auster, "Even dwarfs started small: Liabilities of size and age and their strategic implication", Research in Organizational Behavior, Vol 8, pp65-198
  • 1987,
    • a. avec Ben Rosen, William Woodward, "The Impact of Social Networks on Business Foundings and Profit in a Longitudinal Study", In: N. Churchill, J. Hornaday, O. Krasner, K. Vesper, dir., " Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research", Wellesley, Massachusetts: Babson College Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, pp154-168
    • b. avec C. Zimmer, "Resource Mobilization through Ethnic Networks Kinship and Friendship Ties of Shopkeepers in England", Sociological Perspectives, vol 30, n° 4, pp422-445
  • 1988, avec U. M. Staber, "Organizing business interests: patterns of trade association foundings, transformations, and deaths", In G. R. Carroll, dir., "Ecological models of Organizations", Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, pp111–126
  • 1989, avec G. Kalleberg, P. Marsden, J. Cassell, "In Pursuit of Evidence: Sampling Procedures for Locating New Businesses", Journal of Business Venturing, 4(6), pp367–387

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1990,
    • a. "Using an ecological perspective to study organizational founding rates", Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol 14, n°3, pp7-24
    • b. avec Roger D. Waldinger, "Ethnicity and Entrepreneurship", In: W. Richard Scott, Judith Blake, dir., "Annual Review of Sociology", Vol 16, pp111-135
    • c. avec Roger D. Waldinger, Robin Ward, "Ethnic Entrepreneurs: Immigrant Businesses in Industrial Societies", Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications
    • d. avec Roger D. Waldinger, "Trends in Ethnic Business in the United States", in Roger D. Waldinger, Howard Aldrich, Robin Ward, dir., "Ethnic Entrepreneurs: Immigrant Business in Industrial Societies", Newbury Park, California: Sage, pp49-78
    • e. avec Roger D. Waldinger, Robin Ward, "Opportunities, Group Characteristics and Strategies", In: Roger D. Waldinger, Howard Aldrich, Robin Ward, dir., "Ethnic Entrepreneurs: Immigrant Business in Industrial Societies", Newbury Park, California: Sage, pp13-48
    • f. avec Roger D. Waldinger, David McEvoy, "Spatial Dimensions of Opportunity Structures", In: Roger D. Waldinger, Howard Aldrich, Robin Ward, dir., "Ethnic Entrepreneurs: Immigrant Business in Industrial Societies", Newbury Park, California: Sage, pp106-130
    • g. "Ethnicity and entrepreneurship", Annual Review of Sociology, vol 16, pp111-135
    • h. avec Roger D. Waldinger, R. Ward, "Ethnic entrepreneurs: immigrant business in industrial societies", London: Sage
  • 1991, avec Paola Dubini, "Personal and Extended Networks are Central to the Entrepreneurship Process", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 6, n°5, September, pp305-313
  • 1993, avec G. Wiedenmayer, J. Katz, "From traits to rates: An ecological perspective on organizational foundings", In: J. A. Katz, R. H. Brockhaus, dir., "Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence, and Growth", JAI Press, Greenwich, CT, pp145–195
  • 1994,
    • a. avec C. M. Fiol, "Fools rush in? The institutional context of industry creation", Academy of Management Review, 19(4), pp645–670
    • b. avec Ted Baker, "Friends and strangers: Early hiring practices and idiosyncratic jobs", In: Bygrave et al., dir., "Frontiers of entrepreneurship research", Babson Park, MA: Babson College, pp75-87
  • 1996, avec Ted Baker, "Prometheus Stretches: Building Identity and Cumulative Knowledge in Multiemployer Careers", In: Michael B. Arthu, Denise M. Rousseau, dir., "The Boundaryless Career", New York: Oxford, pp132-149
  • 1997,
    • a. avec Ted Baker, "Blinded by the cites? Has there been progress in entrepreneurship research?", In: D. L. Sexton, R. W. Smilor, dir., "Entrepreneurship 2000", Chicago: Upstart, pp377–401
    • b. avec Ted Baker, N. Liou, "Invisible entrepreneurs: the neglect of women business owners by mass media and scholarly journals in the USA", Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 9(3), pp221–238
  • 1998,
    • a. avec Ted Baker, Michele Kremen Bolton, Toshihiro Sasaki, "Information Exchange and Governance Structures in U.S. and Japanese R&D Consortia: Institutional and Organizational Influences", IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 45(3), pp263-275
    • b. avec L. A. Renzulli, N. Langton, "Passing on privilege: Resources provided by self-employed parents to their self-employed children", Research and Social Mobility, Vol 16, pp291-317
  • 1999,
    • a. avec A. L. Kenworthy, "The accidental entrepreneur: Campbellian antinomies and organizational foundings", In: J. A. C. Baum, B. McKelvey, dir., "Variations in Organization Science: In Honor of Donald T. Campbell, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp19–33
    • b. "Organizations evolving", London: Sage Publications
      • seconde édition avec Martin Ruef en 2006, "Organizations Evolving", London: Sage
    • c. avec Ted Baker, "The Trouble with Gurus: Responses to Dependence and the Emergence of Employment Practices in Entrepreneurial Firms", Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Babson College, Wellesley, MA., pp1-14

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2000, avec J. Moody, L. A. Renzulli, "Family matters: gender, networks, and entrepreneurial outcomes", Social Forces, 79(2), pp523–546
  • 2001,
    • a. avec Ted Baker, "Learning and Legitimacy: Entrepreneurial Responses to Constraints on the Emergence of New Populations", In: Claudia Bird Schoonhoven, Elaine Romanelli, dir., "The Entrepreneurship Dynamic: Origins of Entrepreneurship and its Role in Industry Creation and Evolution", Stanford University Press, pp207-235
    • b. avec M. A. Martinez, "Many are Called but Few are Chosen: An Evolutionary Perspective for the Study of Entrepreneurship", Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol 25, n°4, pp41-56
  • 2003,
    • a. avec J. E. Cliff, "The pervasive effects of family on entrepreneurship: Toward a family embeddedness perspective", Journal of Business Venturing, 18(5), pp573–596
  • b. avec Johann Peter Murmann, Daniel Levinthal, Sidney Winter, "Evolutionary Thought in Management and Organization Theory at the Beginning of the New Millenium", Journal of Management Inquiry, pp22-40
  • 2005,
    • a. avec L. A. Renzulli, "Who can you turn to? Tie activation within core business discussion networks", Social Forces, 84(1), pp323–341
    • b. "Entrepreneurship", In: N. J. Smelser, Richard Swedberg, dir., "The handbook of economic sociology", Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp451-477
  • 2006, avec Martin Ruef, "Organizations Evolving", Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2nd ed.)
  • 2007,
    • a. avec M. A. Martinez, "Many are called, but few are chosen: an evolutionary perspective for the study of entrepreneurship", In: "Entrepreneurship", Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp293-311
    • b. avec P. H. Kim, "Small worlds, infinite possibilities? How social networks affect entrepreneurial team formation and search", Strategic Entrepreneurship, Journal, 1(1-2), pp147-165
  • 2008, avec Geoffrey Hodgson, D. L. Hull, T. Knudsen, J. Mokyr, Viktor Vanberg, "In defense of generalized Darwinism", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol 18, pp577-596
  • 2009, 'Lost in space, out of time: Why and how we should study organizations comparatively', In: B. G. King, T. Felin, D. A. Whetten, dir., "Studying Differences between Organizations: Comparative Approaches to Organizational Research", (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol 26). Bingley: Emerald Group publishing limited, pp21–44

De 2010 à 2019

  • 2011,
    • a. avec S. Bradley, Johan Wiklund, Dean Shepherd, "Resources, environmental change, and survival: Asymmetric paths of young independent and subsidiary organizations", Strategic Management Journal, Vol 32, n°5, pp486-509
    • b. "Heroes, Villains, and Fools: Institutional Entrepreneurship, NOT Institutional Entrepreneurs", Entrepreneurship Research Journal, Vol 1, n°2, pp1-4
    • c. avec M. Martinez, "Networking Strategies for Entrepreneurs: Balancing Cohesion and Diversity", International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, Vol 17, n°1, pp7-38
  • 2016,
    • a. avec S. Lippmann, "A rolling stone gathers momentum: generational units, collective memory, and Entrepreneurship", Academy of Management Review, 41(4), pp658–675
    • b. avec S. Lippmann, "The temporal dimension of context", In: Friederike Welter, William B. Gartner, dir., "A research agenda for entrepreneurship and context", Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp54–64
  • 2017, "Fifty years in the making: my career as a scholar of organizations and entrepreneurship", In: David Audretsch, E. E. Lehmann, dir., "The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Modern Entrepreneurship", New York: Routledge, pp14-31
  • 2018, avec Martin Ruef, "Unicorns, gazelles, and other distractions on the way to understanding real entrepreneurship in America", Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol 32, n°4, pp458-