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Law and Professional Services Firms Literature
Social Capital Literature



Bortolotti, B. & G. Fiorentini  “Barriers to Entry and the Self-regulating Profession: Evidence from the Market for Italian Accountants” in Bortoloti Fiorentini (eds.) Organized interests and self-regulation: an economic approach, Oxford University Press, 1999.
Brock, D.M., M.J. Powell & C.R. Hinings “The Changing Professional Organization: Towards New Archetypes and Typology”, Asian-Pacific Researchers in Organisation Studies 2000 Conference, Sidney, Australia.
Dixon, Jo & Carroll Seron

" Stratification in the legal profession: Sex, sector, and salary." Law & Society Review, 1995, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p381, 32p

Galanter, M.S. &  T. M. Palay 

 “Large Law Firm Misery: It’s the Tournament, Not the Money”, Vanderbilt Law Review Vol. 52, (1999), pp. 953-969.

Gilson, R.J. & R.H. Mnookin

“Coming of Age in a Corporate Law Firm: The Economics of Associate Career Patterns”, Stanford Law Review 41, 1989.

Hadfield, G.

“Privatizing Commercial Law”, Regulation 2001, pp. 40-45.

Hadfield, G. & E. Talley 

“On Public versus Private Provision of Corporate Law”, working paper, University of Southern California Law School, 2001.

Hitt, M.A., L. Biernman, K. Shimizu & R. Kochhar  “Direct and Moderating Effects of Human Capital on Strategy and Performance in Profesional Service Firms: A Resource-Based Perspective”, Academy of Management Journal (a publicarse 2001).
Kay, F. & J. Hagan  “Cultivating Clients in the Competition for Partnership: Gender and the Organizational Restructuring of Law Firms in the 1990’s”, Law and Society Review 33 (93), 1999, pp: 517-555.
Kor, Y.  “Generating and Sustaining Rents in Professional Service Firms through Firm-Specific Human Capital”, Midwest Academy of Management 1999 Annual Conference Papers, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Kox, H.  “Impact of monopolistic competition on productivity and industry structure in business services”, Centraal Planbureau -Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Research, 2000.
Lambert, F. 

“Business Lawyering and Value Creation for Clients”, Oregon Law Review 74, 1995..

Lent, L. van  “The Economics of an Audit Firm: The Case of KPMG in the Netherlands”, Center Accounting Research Group, Tilburg University, Holanda, (1996).
Mather, L., C.A. McEwen & R.J. Maiman  Divorce Lawyers at Work, Oxford University Press, (2001).
Mustakallio, M. & E. Autio  “Effects of Formal and Social Controls on Strategic Decision Making in Family Firms”, FBN 12th Annual World Conference 2001, Rome.
Peng, M. & Y. Luo  “Managerial Ties and Firm Performance in a Transition Economy: The Nature of a Micro-Macro Link”, Academy of Management Journal 43 (3), June 2000: 486-501.
Phillips, D.J.  “The Parent-Progeny Transfer and Organizational Mortality: The Case of Sillicon Valley Law Firms, 1946-1996”, working paper, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 2000.
Phillips, D.J. & E.W. Zuckerman  “Middle-Status Conformity: Theoretical Restatement and Empirical Demonstration in Two Markets”, working paper, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 2000.
Seron, C., & K. Ferris "Negotiating Proffesionalism: The Gendered Social Capital of Flexible Time", Work & Occupations, Feb, Vol. 22, Issue 1, 1995, p. 22, 26p.
Serron, Carroll The Business of Practicing Law: The Work Lives of Solo and Small-Firm Attorneys. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University Press,  (1996).
Suchman, M.   “Working Without a Net: The Sociology of Legal Ethics in Corporate Litigation”, Fordham Law Review 67, 1998.
Uzzi, B. y R. Lancaster  “Legal Charges: Embeddedness and Price Formation in Corporate Law Markets”, mimeo, Northwestern University, (2000).
World Bank (2001) Administration of Justice and Legal Profession in Slovakia, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit.


Social Capital Bibliography

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