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Inter-organizational networks as seen by western economic sociology: An analysis of theoretical approaches

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128-138

Abstract

This paper analyses theoretical approaches to studying interorganizational networks offered in foreign economic sociology. The authors describe main conceptual problems, the key aspects of network form of interorganizational interaction, and embeddedness effects.

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