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A Network Perspective of Communication Capital and New Venture Creation in Organizations
Unformatted Document Text:  Jones, O., Conway, S. & Steward, F. (1998). Introduction: social interaction and innovation networks. International Journal of Innovation Management. Vol.2: 123-36. Louis M. R. (1980). Surprise and sensemaking: What newcomers experience in entering unfamiliar organizational settings, Administrative Science Quarterly, 25, 226-251. Louis, M. R., & Bartunek, J (1992). Insider/outsider research teams: Collaborations across diverse perspectives, Journal of Management Inquiry, 1: 101-110. Knoke, D. (1990). Political Networks. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. Knoke, D.& Kuklinski, J. (1991). Networks analysis: basic concepts. In Thompson, G., Frances, J., levacic, R. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.). Hierarchies and networks: The coordination of social life. Sage Publication. London. Kusunoki, K., Nonaka, I., & Nagata, A. (1998). Organizational capabilities in product development of Japanese firms: A conceptual framework and empirical findings, Organizational Science, 9 (6), 699-718. Martin, P. & Turner, B. (1986). Grounded theory and organizational research. Journal of Applied Behavioural Science, 22, 141-157. Megginson, W. Nash, R. & Randenborgh, M. (1994). The Financial and operating performance of newly privatized firms: an international empirical analysis, in The Journal of Finance, 49, 403-452. Meyer, A. (1982). Adapting to environmental jolts. Administrative Science Quarterly, 27, 515-537. Polanyi, M. (1962). Personal knowledge. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Polanyi. M. (1967). The tacit dimension. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor-Doubleday. Scarbrough, H. (1995). Blackboxes, hostages and prisoners. Organisation Studies. 16, 991-1019. Schutz, A. (1967). The phenomenology of the social world. Chicago, IL: Northwestern University Press. Seaton, A. (1976). Language and secondary socialization of employees in the multinational corporation: The occupational world-picture of the marketing executive. In M.J. Baker (Ed.), Buyer behaviours, Proceedings of the Marketing Education Group Conference, University of Strathclyde. Sullivan, P. (1998). Profiting from intellectual capital: Extracting values from innovation. New York: IP Wiley. 17

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Jones, O., Conway, S. & Steward, F. (1998). Introduction: social interaction and innovation networks.
International Journal of Innovation Management. Vol.2: 123-36.
Louis M. R. (1980). Surprise and sensemaking: What newcomers experience in entering
unfamiliar organizational settings, Administrative Science Quarterly, 25, 226-251.
Louis, M. R., & Bartunek, J (1992). Insider/outsider research teams: Collaborations across diverse
perspectives, Journal of Management Inquiry, 1: 101-110.
Knoke, D. (1990). Political Networks. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.
Knoke, D.& Kuklinski, J. (1991). Networks analysis: basic concepts. In Thompson, G., Frances, J.,
levacic, R. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.). Hierarchies and networks: The coordination of social life. Sage
Publication. London.
Kusunoki, K., Nonaka, I., & Nagata, A. (1998). Organizational capabilities in product
development of Japanese firms: A conceptual framework and empirical findings,
Organizational Science, 9 (6), 699-718.
Martin, P. & Turner, B. (1986). Grounded theory and organizational research. Journal of Applied
Behavioural Science,
22, 141-157.
Megginson, W. Nash, R. & Randenborgh, M. (1994). The Financial and operating performance of
newly privatized firms: an international empirical analysis, in The Journal of Finance, 49, 403-452.
Meyer, A. (1982). Adapting to environmental jolts. Administrative Science Quarterly, 27, 515-537.
Polanyi, M. (1962). Personal knowledge. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Polanyi. M. (1967). The tacit dimension. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor-Doubleday.
Scarbrough, H. (1995). Blackboxes, hostages and prisoners. Organisation Studies. 16, 991-
1019.
Schutz, A. (1967). The phenomenology of the social world. Chicago, IL: Northwestern
University Press.
Seaton, A. (1976). Language and secondary socialization of employees in the multinational
corporation: The occupational world-picture of the marketing executive. In M.J. Baker (Ed.),
Buyer behaviours, Proceedings of the Marketing Education Group Conference, University of
Strathclyde.
Sullivan, P. (1998). Profiting from intellectual capital: Extracting values from innovation.
New York: IP Wiley.
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