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Исследования межорганизационных сетей в западной экономической социологии: анализ теоретических подходов

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128-138

Аннотация

Проанализированы теоретические подходы к исследованию межорганизационных сетей, сложившихся в зарубежной экономической социологии. Описаны основные концептуальные проблемы, рассмотрены ключевые аспекты сетевой формы межорганизационного взаимодействия и эффекты включенности.

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