Variations in Organization Science celebrates Donald T. Campbell's many contributions to organization science, presenting new variations which stem directly from his work. Contributing authors review and extend Campbell's theories in four major areas: blind variation, selection and retention especially inside firms; multilevel co-evolution in organizational parts and wholes; process level analysis and modeling epistemology and methodology. The book includes an unusual appendix, Donald T. Campbell's curriculum vitae.

Static & Dynamic Variation and Firm Outcomes

Static & Dynamic Variation and Firm Outcomes

Static & dynamic variation and firm outcomes
Tammy L.MadsenElaineMosakowskiSrilataZaheer

A number of authors debate whether differences in firm behavior are driven by macro-evolutionary processes such as the interaction between firms and their external environments (Aldrich & Pfeffer, 1976; Carroll & Hannan, 1989; Hannan & Freeman, 1977, 1984, 1989), or micro-evolutionary processes such as ...

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