Institutional Theories and Public Institutions
This chapter covers the evolution of institutional theory and its application to public adminsitrations in the last 20 years. It discusses the various streams, their reseach agendas and their contributions, but also their limits to add value to knowledge.
|Date of creation:||2011|
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|Publication status:||Published, The Handbook of Public Administration, Sage (Ed.), 2011, 185-101.|
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