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Huseyin Leblebici

Professor of Business Administration and
Merle H. and Virginia Downs Boren Professor

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Articles in Journals

Kor, Y., Leblebici, H. 2005. How Do Interdependencies Among Human-Capital Deployment, Development, And Diversification Strategies Affect Firms' Financial Performance? Strategic Management Journal, 26: 967-985

Leblebici, H., Lounsbury, M. 2004. The Origins of Strategic Practice: Product Diversification in the American Mutual Fund Industry. Strategic Organization, 2: 65-90

Leblebici, H., Shah, N. 2004. The Birth, Transformation, and Regeneration of Business Incubators as New Organizational Forms: Understanding the Interplay Between Organizational History and Organizational Theory. Business History, 46: 353-380

Leblebici, H., R., H. 2003. Editorial Introduction to the Special Issue: Knowledge and Professional Organizations. Organization Studies, 24: 827-830

Sherer, P., Leblebici, H. 2001. Bringing variety into strategic human resource management research. Research in Personnel & Human Resource Management, 20: 199-230

Leblebici, H. 2000. Allocations of rights and the organization of transactions: Elements of a generative approach to organizing. Journal of Management and Governance, 4: 149-168

Leblebici, H., Shalley, C. 1996. The organization of relational contracts: The allocation of rights in Franchising. Journal of Business Venturing: Int'l. Entrepreneurship, New Bus. Devel. & Tech, 11: 403-418

Leblebici, H., Salancik, G., King, T., Copay, A. 1991. Institutional change and the transformation of interorganizational fields: An organizational history of the U.S. Radio Broadcasting Industry. Administrative Science Quarterly, 36: 333-363

Leblebici, H. 1990. Nature of employment and internal labor markets in professional orgainzations. Industrial Relations Research Association Series, 43: 63-77

Leblebici, H., Salancik, G. 1989. Definition of organizations and managerial role: An empirical examination of a Weberian legacy. Organization Studies, 10: 301-325

Sherer, P., Leblebici, H. 1989. Union membership rules: What do they tell us about alternaive union form in the past, present, and future? Industrial Relations Research Association Series, 42: 74-82

Leblebici, H., Fiegenbaum, A. 1986. Managers as agents without principals: An empirical examination of agency and constituency perspectives. Journal of Management, 12: 485-498

Leblebici, H. 1985. Transactions and organizational forms: A reanalysis. Organization Studies, 6: 97-116

Leblebici, H., Whetten, D. 1984. The concept of horizontal hierarchy and the organization of interorganizational networks: A comparative analysis. Social Networks, 6: 31-58

Leblebici, H., Marlow, E., Rowland, K. 1983. A longitudinal study on the stability of interpretative schemes, organizational structure, and their contextual correlates. Organization Studies, 4: 165-185

Leblebici, H., Salancik, G. 1982. Stability in interorganizational exchanges: Rulemaking processes of the Chicago Board of Trade. Administrative Science Quarterly, 27: 227-242

Leblebici, H., Salancik, G. 1981. Environmental effects of uncertainty on information and decision processes in banks. Administrative Science Quarterly, 26: 578-596

Leblebici, H. 1977. Cok boyutlu olcemlemde bir uygulama: Orgutlerde sosyal yapinin olculmesi. Studies in Development, 22: 35-75

Calder, B., Rowland, K., Leblebici, H. 1976. The use of scaling and cluster techniques in investigating the social structure of organizations. The Management of Organization Design: Research & Methodology

Pfeffer, J., Salancik, G., Leblebici, H. 1976. The effects of uncertainty on the use of social influence in organizational decision-making. Administrative Science Quarterly, 21: 227-245

Pfeffer, J., Leblebici, H. 1975. Information technology and organization structure. Pacific Sociological Review, 20: 241-261

Salancik, G., Calder, B., Rowland, K., Leblebici, H. 1975. Leadership as an outcome of social sturcture and process: A multidimensional analysis. Organization and Administrative Science, 6: 81-102

Pfeffer, J., Salancik, G., Leblebici, H. 1974. Stability and concentration of National Science Foundation funding in sociology. The American Sociologist, 9: 194-198

Pfeffer, J., Leblebici, H. 1973. The effect of competition on some dimensions of organizational structure. Social Forces, 52: 268-279

Pfeffer, J., Leblebici, H. 1973. Executive development and the development of inter-firm organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly, 18: 449-461

Books

Leblebici, H. 1979. Universite Secme Sinavlarinda Basariyi Etkileyen Sosyo-ekonomik Nedenler. Ankara: USYM.

Chapters in Books

Leblebici, H. 2007. Determining the value of legal knowledge: Billing and compensation practices in law firms. In Laura Empson (Ed.), Managing the Modern Law Firm: New Challenges – New Perspectives . Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Leblebici, H. 2004. Quantitativ Methoden der Personalforschung. In D. E. Gaugler, W. A. Oechsler and W.Weber (Ed.), Handworterbuch des Personalwesens

Usdiken, B., Leblebici, H. 2001. Organization Theory. In N. Anderson, H.K. Sinagil, D.S. Ones and C. Viswesvaran (Ed.), Handbook of Industrial, Work and Organizational Psychology, 377-397. London: Sage Publications.

Leblebici, H. 1996. The act of reviewing and being a reviewer. In Rhythms of Academic Life. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

Leblebici, H. 1995. Radio Broadcasters. In Organizations in Industry: Strategy, Structure and Selection, 308-331. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sherer, P., Leblebici, H. 1993. Riump and truncation of union forms: A generative approach to the evolution of labor organizations. In Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Stamford, CT: JAI Press.

Leblebici, H. 1991. Organizational Demography. In Handworterbuch Des Prsonalwesens. Stuttgart: Poeschel Verlag.

Salancik, G., Leblebici, H. 1988. Variety and form in organizing transactions: A generative grammar of organization. In Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 1-31. Stamford, CT: JAI Press.

Proceedings

Nelson, T., Leblebici, H. 2000. The dynamics of governance structures in high growth firmsAnnual Entrepreneurship Research Conference

Presentations

Leblebici, H. 2005. The Structure of the Professions and Professional Careers In Professional Service Organizations: An Alternative Institutional Interpretation, European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Berlin.

Leblebici, H., Yasemin, K. 2005. Understanding the growth of large law firms: The utilization of human-capital deployment, development, and diversification strategies, Clifford Chance Oxford Conference on Professional Service Firms, Oxford.

Kor, Y., Leblebici, H. 2004. How Do Interdependencies among Human-Capital Deployment, Development, And Diversification Strategies Affect Professional Service Firms' Financial Performance?, Clifford Chance Oxford Conference on Professional Service Firms, Boston.

Leblebici, H. 2004. Institutional Logics and Strategic Action in Professional Service Firms: Fee Structures and Compensation Practices in Law Firms, European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Ljubljana.

Leblebici, H. 2003. Institutional Logic and the Exchange of Labor in Professional Service Firms: Fee Structures and Compensation Practices in Law Firms, Clifford Chance Oxford Conference on Professional Service Firms, Oxford.

Leblebici, H., Shah, N. 2003. Understanding the co-evolution of a profession and an interorganizational field: The business incubators as professional service organization and their managers, European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Copenhagen.

Leblebici, H. 2002. A New Perspective on the Selection and Adaptation of Organizational Forms: The Birth, Transformation, and Legitimization of Universal Credit Card Industry., European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Barcelona.

Lounsbury, M., Leblebici, H. 2002. New Practices and Institutional Logic Transformation: Sources of Professional Money Management Firm Contracting In The U.S. Mutual Fund Industry, European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Barcelona.

Leblebici, H., Shah, N. 2001. An Evolutionary History of an Organizational Form: The Birth, Transformation, and Regeneration of Business Incubator Organizations, Annual EGOS Conference, Lyon.

Yang, M., Leblebici, H. 2001. The Patterns of Convergence and Divergence in the Adoption of an Organizational Innovation: How Do Commerical Banks in the U.S. Offer Online Banking Services Over Time?, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Washington.

Leblebici, H. 2000. The institutions of representing time and the technological imperative, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Toronto.

Nelson, T., Leblebici, H. 2000. The dynamics of governance structures in high growth firms, Babson College Entrepreneurship Conference, Babson Park.

Leblebici, H. 1999. Types of knowing and the generative organization of knowledge production, Annual EGOS Conference, Warwick.

Leblebici, H. 1998. Allocation of Rights and the Organization of Transactions: Elements of a Generative Approach to Organizing, Annual EGOS Conference, Maastricht.

Leblebici, H. 1997. A grammar of organizational forms, University of Oregon, Eugene.

Leblebici, H. 1997. Agency versus institutional explanations of organizational practices: The case of fee structure in law firms, University of Oregon, Eugene.

Leblebici, H. 1996. Management of professional firms: The case of American Law Firms, Paderborn University, Paderborn.

Leblebici, H. 1996. Relational contracts and franchising organizations, Cornell University, Ithaca.

Leblebici, H. 1995. Generative grammar, orgainzational forms, and institutional practices, Northwestern University, Evanston.

Leblebici, H. 1994. Institutional logic and the exchange of labor: The selection of fee structure in the legal profession, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.

Leblebici, H. 1994. Institutional logic and the exchange of labor: The selection of fee structure in the legal profession, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.

Leblebici, H. 1994. A Sudden Metamorphosis: The organizational evolution of the mutual fund industry from firms to products, Social Construction of Industries Conference, Chicago.

Leblebici, H. 1993. Organization theory research: Scope and relevance, Turkish Academy of Management, Istanbul.

Leblebici, H., Salancik, G. 1992. The organization of relational contracts: The allocation of rights in franchising, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Leblebici, H., Sherer, P. 1991. Alternaive organizational forms of unions, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Miami.

Leblebici, H. 1990. Nature of employment and internal labor markets in professional organizations, Allied Social Sciences Association, Washington.

Leblebici, H., Sherer, P. 1989. The organizing process: Contemporary challenges and Union responses, Allied Social Sciences Association, Atlanta.

Leblebici, H. 1988. A critical evaluation of American contributions to organization theory from the developing countries perspective: Organizing and its institutional context, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim.

Leblebici, H. 1988. Alternative forms of organizing for economic organization and development, Eastern Economic Association, Boston.

Leblebici, H., Sovik, N. 1988. Lawyers' Fees: Agency, contingency, and institutionalist perspectives, Duke University, Durham.

Leblebici, H. 1987. Alternatives for Organization Design, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

Leblebici, H. 1987. Some preliminary ideas on the organization of law firms, University of Notre Dame, South Bend.

Leblebici, H., Sherer, P. 1987. Criticality, sensitivity, and accessibility: Do these issues raise problems for organizational research?, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Leblebici, H. 1985. A generative grammar of organizational forms, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Leblebici, H. 1985. Definition of an organization: An empirical investigation of a Beberian legacy, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

 

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