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Foreword

  • Author(s): Cooper, Cary
  • Pearce, Jone L
  • et al.
Abstract

© Cambridge University Press 2010. We are please to introduce Organizational Control by Sim Sitkin, Laura Cardinal, and Katinka Bijlsma-Frankema, the newest volume in our Cambridge Companions to Management series. The series is intended to advance knowledge in the fields of management by presenting the latest scholarship and research on topics of increasing intellectual importance. The volumes offer in-depth treatment of management topics that explore and extend our current knowledge and identify future opportunities for research. Each book in the series is one with a sufficient body of research, and holds significant future promise to inform debates, reviews, and empirical research. Because management scholarship is increasingly international, scholars can no longer limit their reading to scholarship from their own countries, or restrict their conversations to their neighbors. Innovative intellectual work in management is now conducted throughout the world. Each of the volumes in this series is led by prominent scholars who bring together researchers from several countries in order to reflect multi-national perspectives and foster cross-national debate on the topic. We appreciate the opportunity to work with Cambridge University Press to bring this series to you. Their rigorous independent scholarly reviews of proposals and manuscripts, and approvals via a board of renowned scholars helps ensure that only the highest-quality scholarship is published. We are confident scholars will find the books in this series stimulating and useful to their own programs of research and to the education of their graduate students. This volume on control is an exemplar of the series.

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