|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.
“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.|
“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
|Fiona Kay & Ryan Caustom||Social Capital Bibliography|