Lynne G. Zucker
Lynne G. Zucker
Professor of Sociology & Public Policy, UCLA; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic
Verified email at ucla.edu
TitleCited byYear
Production of trust: Institutional sources of economic structure, 1840-1920
LG Zucker
Research in organizational behavior 8, 53-111, 1986
58441986
The role of institutionalization in cultural persistence
LG Zucker
American sociological review, 726-743, 1977
46481977
Institutional sources of change in the formal structure of organizations: The diffusion of civil service reform, 1880-1935
PS Tolbert, LG Zucker
Administrative science quarterly, 22-39, 1983
38471983
Institutional theories of organization
LG Zucker
Annual review of sociology 13 (1), 443-464, 1987
37371987
Intellectual capital and the birth of US biotechnology enterprises
LG Zucker, MR Darby, MB Brewer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999
3109*1999
Intellectual capital and the birth of US biotechnology enterprises
LG Zucker, MR Darby, MB Brewer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1994
30731994
The institutionalization of institutional theory
PS Tolbert, LG Zucker
Studying Organization. Theory & Method. London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi …, 1999
25781999
Social networks, learning, and flexibility: Sourcing scientific knowledge in new biotechnology firms
JP Liebeskind, AL Oliver, L Zucker, M Brewer
Organization science 7 (4), 428-443, 1996
15451996
Organizations as institutions
LG Zucker
Research in the Sociology of Organizations 2 (1), 1-47, 1983
14391983
Commercializing knowledge: University science, knowledge capture, and firm performance in biotechnology
LG Zucker, MR Darby, JS Armstrong
Management science 48 (1), 138-153, 2002
13342002
Geographically localized knowledge: spillovers or markets?
LG Zucker, MR Darby, J Armstrong
Economic Inquiry 36 (1), 65-86, 1998
13341998
Permanently failing organizations
MW Meyer, LG Zucker
Sage Publications, Inc, 1989
12891989
Where do institutional patterns come from? Organizations as actors in social systems
LG Zucker
Institutional patterns and organizations: Culture and environment 20 (3), 23-49, 1988
1226*1988
Star scientists and institutional transformation: Patterns of invention and innovation in the formation of the biotechnology industry
LG Zucker, MR Darby
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (23), 12709-12716, 1996
8441996
Estimates of Upper Bounds and Trends in Nano-TiO2 Production As a Basis for Exposure Assessment
CO Robichaud, AE Uyar, MR Darby, LG Zucker, MR Wiesner
Environmental science & technology 43 (12), 4227-4233, 2009
5082009
A institucionalização da teoria institucional
PS Tolbert, LG Zucker
Handbook de estudos organizacionais 1 (6), 1999
4951999
Capturing technological opportunity via Japan's star scientists: Evidence from Japanese firms' biotech patents and products
LG Zucker, MR Darby
The journal of Technology transfer 26 (1-2), 37-58, 2001
4212001
Combining institutional theory and population ecology: No legitimacy, no history
LG Zucker
American Sociological Review 54 (4), 542-545, 1989
3201989
Collaboration structure and information dilemmas in biotechnology: Organizational boundaries as trust production
LG Zucker, MR Darby, MB Brewer, Y Peng
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1995
3011995
Minerva unbound: Knowledge stocks, knowledge flows and new knowledge production
LG Zucker, MR Darby, J Furner, RC Liu, H Ma
Research Policy 36 (6), 850-863, 2007
2972007
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