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occupational community

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management.

Where there is an interlinking of work and non-work social activities, an occupational community can develop. Typically, it means that workers socialize more with people of their own...

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occupational community

Edmund Heery and Mike Noon.

in A Dictionary of Human Resource Management

P ublished online June 2017 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Human Resource Management. 88 words.

Where there is an interlinking of work and non-work social activities, an occupational community can develop. Typically, it means that

occupational community

Edmund Heery and Mike Noon.

in A Dictionary of Human Resource Management

January 2008; p ublished online January 2008 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Human Resource Management. 88 words.

Where there is an interlinking of work and non-work social activities, an occupational community can develop. Typically, it means that

occupational community

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management.

Where there is an interlinking of work and non-work social activities, an occupational community can develop. Typically, it means that workers socialize more with people of their own...

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Regional Entrepreneurship

Rolf Sternberg.

in Management

P ublished online August 2015 .

Article. Subjects: Business and Management. 13235 words.

Regional entrepreneurship (RE) is an emerging field within entrepreneurship research. It reflects Maryann Feldman’s frequently quoted notion that “entrepreneurship is primarily a regional...

Regional Entrepreneurship

Rolf Steinberg.

in Management

P ublished online August 2015 .

Article. Subjects: Business and Management. 13235 words.

Regional entrepreneurship (RE) is an emerging field within entrepreneurship research. It reflects Maryann Feldman’s frequently quoted notion that “entrepreneurship is primarily a regional...

community of practice

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management.

Is a group of people who have a common interest or who confront a common problem and who collaborate over an extended period of time to share knowledge, find solutions to difficulties, and...

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Buzz Without Being There? Communities of Practice in Context1

Meric S. Gertler.

in Community, Economic Creativity, and Organization

September 2008; p ublished online January 2009 .

Chapter. Subjects: Organizational Theory and Behaviour. 9300 words.

The geographical literature on communities of practice suggests that geographical proximity should not be confused with relational proximity, and that the latter is more important in...

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The firm as an epistemic community: the knowledge-based view revisited

Lars Håkanson.

in Industrial and Corporate Change

December 2010; p ublished online September 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Industrial History; Business History; Innovation; Technological Change; Research and Development; Industry Studies. 9665 words.

Based on a sociological conceptualization of knowledge as residing in groups of practitioners, epistemic communities, this article proposes a new perspective within the knowledge-based view...

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Flint, Charles Ranlett

Michael French.

in American National Biography Online

January 1999; p ublished online February 2000 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Manufacturing; History of Manufacturing and Construction; Banking. 899 words.

Flint, Charles Ranlett (24 January 1850–12 February 1934), merchant and company promoter, was born in Thomaston, Maine, the son of Benjamin Flint and Sarah Tobey, merchants. His mother died...

Strength in Numbers: Networks as a Solution to Occupational Traps

Kaivan Munshi.

in The Review of Economic Studies

July 2011; p ublished online March 2011 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainy; Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behaviour; Mobility, Unemployment, and Vacancies; Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance. 16055 words.

The “new classical” theory states that families in low-skill occupations with low levels of human capital can stay poor from one generation to the next, while families in high-skill...

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