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Fora 13 2 4 C. M. Radaelli (2000): Policy Transfer in the European Union: Institutional Isomorphism as a

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. DiMaggio , P. J. – Powell , W. W. ( 1983 ): The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields . American Sociological Review 48 ( 2 ): 147 – 160

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(2022) argue that ESG performance can be affected by institutional isomorphism. Institutional isomorphism is a framework that describes three mechanisms to potentially enhance ESG performance. Coercive isomorphism is achieved through the need for

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Brewster, C. — Wood, G. — Brookes, M. (2008): Similarity, Isomorphism or Duality? Recent Survey Evidence on the Human Resource Management Practices of Multinational Corporations. British Journal of Management , 19(4): 320

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Revisited. Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organisational Fields. American Sociological Review 48: 147–160. Powell W. W. The Iron Cage Revisited

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Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields. In: Powell, W. W. — DiMaggio, P. J. (eds): The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis . Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Powell W. W

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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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