|Title||Global projects : Institutional and political challenges|
|Author||edited by W. Richard Scott, Raymond E. Levitt and Ryan J. Orr|
|Imprint||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011|
|Descript||ix, 452p. ; 23 cm|
Introduction: studying global projects. -- Global projects: distinguishing features, drivers, and challenges. -- The institutional environment of global projects. -- Social movements and the growth in opposition to global projects. -- Rules versus results: sources and resolution of institutional conflicts on Indian metro railway projects. -- Institutional exception on global projects: a process model. -- Local embeddedness of firms and strategies for dealing with uncertainty in global projects. -- Who needs to know what? Institutional knowledge and global projects. -- "Site fights": explaining opposition to pipeline projects in the developing world. -- To talk or to fight? effects of strategies, cultural, and institutional factors on renegotiation approaches in public-private cencessions. -- Network-based strategies and competencies for political and social risk management in global projects. -- Organizations enabling public-private partnerships: an organization field approach.
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