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challenge here is to reconcile the proposal that DM+Phases accounts for the phonological and semantic isomorphism seen in (11) with the fact that it makes the wrong phonological predictions in cases like (15) and (16). In the next two sections, we will begin

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pressures (e.g. state regulations and laws, rules and standards imposed by non-governmental entities), universities are thus engaged in processes of institutional isomorphism, also known as “institutional homogenisation” or “institutional imitation” with the

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empirical studies have long been interested in the processes and reasons underpinning the creation of connections among economic actors of similar status. Research has shown that processes of competitive isomorphism are likely to lead economic actors of

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. The ‘costs’ of institutional isomorphism in non-western countries . Social Studies of Science 1991 21 3 427 – 545 10.1177/030631291021003005 . Shrum , W , Shenhav , Y 1995 Science and technology

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.1108/00251741111094437 . Nelson , R. E. – Gopalan , S. ( 2003 ): Do Organizational Cultures Replicate National Cultures? Isomorphism, Rejection and Reciprocal Opposition in the Corporate Values of Three Countries . Organization Studies 24 ( 7 ): 1115 – 1151 . https

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understood as full or partial isomorphism, and this interpretation can be employed here as the structure of production in ABCT need not retain all characteristics of the real one, but needs to adequately represent the general features of how supply chains are

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edges, which makes it more suitable for visualization. For this reason, we used it in the pebble catalog published as Supplementary material . A secondary classification method was introduced in Domokos et al. (2016b) , based on the isomorphism classes

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