Sub-theme 14: (SWG) Emergence and Agency in Organizational Networks

Terry L. Amburgey, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada
Barak S. Aharonson, Recanati Graduate School of Business, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Jörg Raab, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Whole Networks
Chair: Terry L. Amburgey
Franz Wohlgezogen
Platforms and prisons: Engineered collaborative networks, idiocultures, and the development of partnering capability in the non-profit sector
Jorge Verschoore, Ingridi Bortolaso and Eduardo Rigoni
Evaluating engineered networks: The effects of structure and process on the outcome of the Brazilian small-firm networks
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Nodes, Dyads, and Triads I
Chair: Jörg Raab
Sampsa Samila and Emily Erikson
The focalization of networks contents in conditions of uncertainty
Benjamin L. Hallen, Riitta Katila and Jeff Rosenberger
Dangerous relations: The interplay of legal, temporal, and social defenses in the formation of corporate venture capital relationships
Andrew Shipilov, Stan Xiao Li and Jung-Yun Han
Network governance in multiplex triads
Jason Davis
Network agency problems: Reconceptualizing the brokerage position as a barrier to embedded relationships
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Networks in Geographic Context
Chair: Barak S. Aharonson
Caroline Hussler and Nafaa Hamza-Sfaxi
Network governance and its impact on network structure, power and innovation: Evidence on a French cluster
Iiris Hilvo and Joanna Scott-Kennel
Organizational networks, institutions and absorptive capacity in small open economies
Isabel Salavisa, Pedro Videira and Cristina de Sousa
Social networks and the software sector in Portugal
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Nodes, Dyads, and Triads II
Chair: Keith Provan
Stoyan V. Sgourev
The broker as a catalyst: How Diaghilev's "Ballets Russes" escalated modernism
Christian Steglich, Rafael Wittek and Birgit Pauksztat
Containing the risks of voice: An RSIENA analysis of cross-network effects between employee voice and friendship
Suleika Bort, Marie Oehme and Andreas Al-Laham
Curse or savior: The role and the consequences of anchor organizations for the development of the German biotech industry network structure
Pushyarag Puthusserry, John Child and Suzana Braga Rodrigues
Building social capital for internationalization: A study of internationalizing British and Indian partner SMEs
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Information, Knowledge, and Networks
Chair: Alessandro Lomi
Joris Knoben, Leon Oerlemans and Annefleur Krijkamp
What do they know? The antecedents of information accuracy differentials in interorganizational networks
Alexander Smit, Marius Meeus and Jörg Raab
Does keeping company with wolves learns one how to howl? An exploratory study into the interrelatedness of the outcomes of R&D projects in emergent knowledge networks
Abel E. Lucena and Rebeca Méndez-Durón
Ambidexterity in networks: The effect of pooling knowledge from different network structures
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
Network Structure and Dynamics
Chair: Mark Ebers
Mary C. Still
Shifting structural forms in the Fortune 100 managerial network, 1985–2001
Remco S. Mannak, Marius T.H. Meeus and Alexander Smit
Redesigning multi-partner R&D consortia: A repeated tie taxonomy and temporal dynamics
Paolo Aversa
The strategic evolution of suppliers. A longitudinal study
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, B-163 – Aalto School of Economics
The When and Where of Collaboration
Chair: Terry L. Amburgey
Francesca Pallotti, Alessandro Lomi and Peng Wang
Relational embeddedness, uncertainty, and the propensity of organizations to collaborate
Cristina de Sousa and Margarida Fontes
Knowledge networks in science-based start-ups: Actors and strategies
Thorsten Semrau, Stefan Sigmund and Mark Ebers
Contextual vs. temporal ambidexterity: A comparative contingency analysis