Table of contents for Globalization and organization / Gili S. Drori, John W. Meyer, and Hokyu Hwang, editors.

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Contents
Foreword000
Tables, Figures, and Appendicesvii
Abbreviationsix
Introduction1
Gili S.. Drori, John W. Meyer, and Hokyu Hwang
PART I:Globalization and Expanded Models of the Organized Actor
1.World Society and the Proliferation of Formal Organization25
John W.. Meyer, Gili S. Drori, and Hokyu Hwang
2.Global Scientization: An Environment for Expanded Organization50
Gili S.. Drori and John W. Meyer
3.Planning Development: Globalization and the Shifting Locus of Planning69
Hokyu Hwang
4.Governed by Governance: The New Prism for Organizational Change91
Gili S.. Drori
Part II:Dimensions of Organizational Rationalization
5.The Worldwide Diffusion of Business Education, 18811999: Historical Trajectory and Mechanisms of Expansion121
Hyeyoung Moon and Christine Min Wotipka
6.The Making and Expansion of International Management Standards: The Global Diffusion of ISO 9000 Quality Management Certificates137
Peter Mendel
7.Transparent Accounting as a World Societal Rule167
Yong Suk Jang
8.Dynamics of Corporate Responsibility196
Suzanne Shanahan and Sanjeev Khagram
9.The Spread of a Human Resources Culture: Institutional Individualism and the Rise of Personal Development Training225
Xiaowei Luo
10.Turning the University into an Organizational Actor241
Georg Krcken and Frank Meier
Conclusion258
John W.. Meyer, Gili S. Drori, and Hokyu Hwang
Bibliography275
Index000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organizational change.
Globalization.
Management.