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Culture and Demography in Organizations
J. Richard Harrison & Glenn R. Carroll

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This book . . . provides a thorough account of computer simulation in the context of a sustained research program . . . Not only is the book grounded in extremely sound research, it is also set forth in a sober and clear fashion that allows readers to see the limits as well as the strengths of the authors' model."--David Strang, Cornell University

"Harrison and Carroll have written a careful, tightly reasoned theoretical book, approaching organizational culture--a subject of widespread interest--from an novel angle. Their computer simulation methodology is apt, enabling them to realistically model the outcome of multiple intersecting processes that affect the extent to which members are aligned with the cultural ideal in an organization: hiring decisions, management and peer socialization, and departures."--Peter V. Marsden, Harvard University

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