Hobart W. Williams Professor of Sociology and Strategy Chicago Booth
Hong Kong, Paris,
Brokerage and Closure: An Introduction to Social Capital (Oxford University
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(2004). "Competition, contingency, and the external structure of markets," in Advances
in Strategic Management (Elsevier, 2002). "Bandwidth and Echo: Trust, Information,
and Gossip in Social Networks," in Networks and Markets (Russell Sage,
2001). With R. Hogarth and C. Michaud, "The Social Capital of French and American
Managers," Organization Science (2000).
University of California, Berkeley: Assistant to Associate Professor of Sociology,
1976-82. Columbia University: Associate Professor of Sociology to Professor of Sociology
and Business, 1982-93; Shell Professor of Human Resources, Institute Européen
d'Administration d'Affaires (INSEAD), 1998-2001; Director, Raytheon Leadership Institute,
2000-02, Vice President of Strategic Learning, Raytheon Company, 2001-03. Fellow:
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral
Sciences, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Sociological Research Association.