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Dynamically Engineering Bureaucracy

By Jack A. Nickerson and Todd R. Zenger


Bureaucracy has rarely been studied in the early stages of a firm's development. Focusing on the initial years of a firm's existence is critical to the study of bureaucracy, because if organizational change is costly and path dependencies are strong then much of the action is found in a firm's initial choices. While Baron et al.’s (1999) paper (hereafte

Year: 2011
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