As institutions and governance structures develop in modern markets, they tend to "feed back" onto economic activity. Through such feedback loops, market and political arenas can develop symbiotically into relatively coherent "fields" that gradually embed actors’ orientations and activities. Using... Ausführliche Beschreibung
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in The American journal of sociology Vol. 107, No. 5 (2002), p. 1206-1243
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1 This article was presented at theInstitutionalization of Europeconference in March 2000 at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Study, the European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy; the conference on Institutions and the European Union at the Institute of Political Studies, Paris, in May 2000; and at colloquia for the Department of Sociology, Stanford University; the Department of Sociology, Duke University; the Institute of International Studies, University of California; and the University of Trento. Audiences provided many useful comments. We would also like to acknowledge the advice of David Hendry and Thomas Rothenberg, and the helpful criticism of theAJSreviewers. Direct correspondence to Neil Fligstein, Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720. E‐mail: email@example.com
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