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Ahuja, G. 2000. Collaboration networks, structural holes, and innovation: A longitudinal study. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(3): 425-455. (JSTOR link).

Arena, M., R. Cross, J. Sims and M. Uhl-Bien. 2017. How to catalyze innovations in your organization: Executives can fuel the emergence of new ideas by understanding and tapping the power of employee networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-47.

Bae, J. and M. Gargiulo. 2004. Partner substitutability, alliance network structure, and firm profitability in the telecommunications industry. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 843-859. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, T. T., M. D. Bedell and J. L. Johnson. 1997. The social fabric of a team-based M.B.A. program: Network effects on student satisfaction and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1369-1397. (JSTOR link).

Barkema, H. G., O. Shenkar, F. Vermeulen and J. H. J. Bell. 1997. Working abroad, working with others: How firms learn to operate international joint ventures. The Academy of Management Journal 40(2): 426-442. (JSTOR link).

Barsness, Z. I., K. A. Diekmann and M. L. Seidel. 2005. Motivation and opportunity: The role of remote work, demographic dissimilarity, and social network centrality in impression management. The Academy of Management Journal 48(3): 401-419. (JSTOR link).

Baum, J. A. C. and C. Oliver. 1991. Errata: Institutional linkages and organizational mortality. Administrative Science Quarterly 36(3): 489. (JSTOR link).

Baum, J. A. C. and C. Oliver. 1991. Institutional linkages and organizational mortality. Administrative Science Quarterly 36(2): 187-218. (JSTOR link).

Benedek, G., A. Lubloy and G. Vastag. 2014. The importance of social embeddedness: Churn models at mobile providers. Decision Sciences 45(1): 175-201.

Blau, J. R. and R. D. Alba. 1982. Empowering nets of participation. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(3): 363-379. (JSTOR link).

Borgatti, S. P. and P. C. Foster. 2003. The network paradigm in organizational research: A review and typology. Journal of Management (29): 991-1013.

Bouty, I. 2000. Interpersonal and interaction influences on informal resource exchanges between R&D researchers across organizational boundaries. The Academy of Management Journal 43(1): 50-65. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J. 1981. Structural relationships, job characteristics, and worker satisfaction and performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 26(3): 331-348. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J. 1984. Being in the right place: A structural analysis of individual influence in an organization. Administrative Science Quarterly 29(4): 518-539. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J. 1985. Men's and women's networks: A study of interaction patterns and influence in an organization. The Academy of Management Journal 28(2): 327-343. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J. 1995. Creativity: It's all in your social network. In Ford, C. M. and D. A. Gioia (Eds.). Creative Action in Organizations: 94-99. Sage.

Brass, D. J. and D. Krackhardt. 1999. The social capital of 21st century leaders. In Hunt, J. G., G. E. Dodge and L. Wong (Eds.). Out-of-the-Box Leadership. JAI Press.

Brass, D. J. and M. E. Burhardt. 1992. Centrality and power in organizations. In Nohria, N. and R. Eccles (Eds.). Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and Action: 191-215. Harvard Business School Press.

Brass, D. J. and M. E. Burkhardt. 1993. Potential power and power use: An investigation of structure and behavior. The Academy of Management Journal 36(3): 441-470. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J., J. Galaskiewicz, H. R. Greve and W. Tsai. 2004. Taking stock of networks and organizations: A multilevel perspective. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 795-817. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J., K. D. Butterfield and B. C. Skaggs. 1998. Relationships and unethical behavior: A social network perspective. Academy of Management Review (23): 14-31.

Briscoe, F. and S. Safford. 2008. The Nixon-in-China effect: Activism, imitation, and the institutionalization of contentious practices. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(3): 460-491. (JSTOR link).

Bugg-Levine, A., B. Kogut and N. Kulatilaka. 2012. A new approach to funding social enterprises: Unbundling societal benefits and financial returns can dramatically increase investment. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 118-123.

Burkhardt, M. E. 1994. Social interaction effects following a technological change: A longitudinal investigation. The Academy of Management Journal 37(4): 869-898. (JSTOR link).

Burkhardt, M. E. and D. J. Brass. 1990. Changing patterns or patterns of change: The effects of a change in technology on social network structure and power. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(1): 104-127. (JSTOR link).

Burt, R. S. 1997. The contingent value of social capital. Administrative Science Quarterly 42(2): 339-365. (JSTOR link).

Campbell, K., D. A. Ellingson, M. A. Notbohm and G. Gaynor. 2014. The SEC's regulation fair disclosure and social media. The CPA Journal (November): 26-29.

Casciaro, T. 1998. Seeing things clearly: Social structure, personality, and accuracy in social network perception. Social Networks (20): 331-351.

Casciaro, T. and M. S. Lobo. 2005. Competent jerks, lovable fools, and the formation of social networks. Harvard Business Review (June): 92-99.

Casciaro, T. and M. S. Lobo. 2008. When competence is irrelevant: The role of interpersonal affect in task-related ties. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(4): 655-684. (JSTOR link).

Cattani, G., S. Ferriani, G. Negro and F. Perretti. 2008. The structure of consensus: Network ties, legitimation, and exit rates of U.S. feature film producer organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(1): 145-182. (JSTOR link).

Cervellon, M. and P. Lirio. 2017. When employees don't 'like' their employers on social media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-70.

Chenhall, R. H., J. Kallunki and H. Silvola. 2011. Exploring the relationship between strategy, innovation, and management control systems: The roles of social networking, organic innovative culture, and formal controls. Journal of Management Accounting Research (23): 99-128.

Chenhall, R. H., M. Hall and D. Smith. 2010. Social capital and management control systems: A study of a non-government organization. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(8): 737-756.

Collins, C. J. and K. D. Clark. 2003. Strategic human resource practices, top management team social networks, and firm performance: The role of human resource practices in creating organizational competitive advantage. The Academy of Management Journal 46(6): 740-751. (JSTOR link).

Considine, B., J. P. Krahel, M. M. Lenk and D. J. Janvrin. 2016. Social technology: A compendium of short cases. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 417-430.

Cross, R. and J. N. Cummings. 2004. Ties and network correlates of individual performance in knowledge-intensive work. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 928-937. (JSTOR link).

Cross, R., N. Nohria and A. Parker. 2002. Six myths about informal networks - and how to overcome them. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-75.

Davis, G. F. 1991. Agents without principles? The spread of the poison pill through the intercorporate network. Administrative Science Quarterly 36(4): 583-613. (JSTOR link).

Davis, G. F., C. Morrill, H. Rao and S. A. Soule. 2008. Introduction: Social movements in organizations and markets. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(3): 389-394. (JSTOR link).

Debreceny, R. S. 2015. Social media, social networks, and accounting. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 1-4.

Demek, K. C., R. L. Raschke, D. J. Janvrin and W. N. Dilla. 2018. Do organizations use a formalized risk management process to address social media risk? International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (28): 31-44.

Du, H. and W. Jiang. 2015. Do social media matter? Initial empirical evidence. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 51-70.

Duckworth, C. 2016. Arzu's founder on shaping culture through social enterprise. Harvard Business Review (September): 31-32.

Dutton, J. E. 2003. Energize Your Workplace: How to Build and Sustain High-Quality Connections at Work. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Dyer, J. H. and K. Nobeoka. 2000. Creating and managing a high-performance knowledge-sharing network: The Toyota case. Strategic Management Journal (21): 345-367.

Dyer, J. H. and N. W. Hatch. 2004. Using supplier networks to learn faster. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-63.

Eschenbrenner, B., F. F. Nah and V. R. Telaprolu. 2015. Efficacy of social media utilization by public accounting firms: Findings and directions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 5-21.

Euske, K. J., J. W. Hesford and M. A. Malina. 2011. A social network analysis of the literature on management control. Journal of Management Accounting Research (23): 259-283.

Ference, S. B. and S. D. Sterna. 2016. How social and digital media can be a #majorisk. Journal of Accountancy (March): 16-17. (8 risk management recommendations).

Ford, C. M. and D. A. Gioia (Eds.). Creative Action in Organizations: 94-99. Sage.

Ford, C. O. and J. Lim. 2011. Are you linked in? An introduction to the social media tool. Journal of Accountancy (March): 48-51.

Galaskiewicz, J. and R. S. Burt. 1991. Interorganization contagion in corporate philanthropy. Administrative Science Quarterly 36(1): 88-105. (JSTOR link).

Galaskiewicz, J. and S. Wasserman. 1989. Mimetic processes within an interorganizational field: An empirical test. Administrative Science Quarterly 34(3): 454-479. (JSTOR link).

Galaskiewicz, J., W. Bielefeld and M. Dowell. 2006. Networks and organizational growth: A study of community based nonprofits. Administrative Science Quarterly 51(3): 337-380. (JSTOR link).

Gargiulo, M. 1993. Two-step leverage: Managing constraint in organizational politics. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 1-19. (JSTOR link).

Gerlach, M. L. 1992. Alliance Capitalism: The Social Organization of Japanese Business. University of California Press.

Gerlach, M. L. 1992. The Japanese corporate network: A blockmodel analysis. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(1): 105-139. (JSTOR link). (Corporate group membership or keiretsu).

Ghoshal, S. and C. A. Bartlett. 1990. The multinational corporation as an interorganizational network. Academy of Management Review (15): 603-625.

Gibbons, D. E. 2004. Network structure and innovation ambiguity effects on diffusion in dynamic organizational fields. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 938-951. (JSTOR link).

Gimeno, J. 2004. Competition within and between networks: The contingent effect of competitive embeddedness on alliance formation. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 820-842. (JSTOR link).

Greve, H. R. 1996. Patterns of competition: The diffusion of a market position in radio broadcasting. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(1): 29-60. (JSTOR link).

Gulati, R. 1995. Social structure and alliance formation patterns: A longitudinal analysis. Administrative Science Quarterly 40(4): 619-652. (JSTOR link).

Gunnec, D. and S. Raghavan. 2017. Integrating social network effects in the share-of-choice problem. Decision Sciences 48(6): 1098-1131.

Guo, H., P. Pathak and H. K. Cheng. 2015. Estimating social influences from social networking sites - Articulated friendships versus communication interactions. Decision Sciences 46(1): 135-163.

Guo, H., S. Marston and Y. Chen. 2015. Push or pull? Design of content delivery systems. Decision Sciences 46(5): 937-960.

Hallen, B. L. 2008. The causes and consequences of the initial network positions of new organizations: From whom do entrepreneurs receive investments? Administrative Science Quarterly 53(4): 685-718. (JSTOR link).

Hansen, M. T. 1999. The search-transfer problem: The role of weak ties in sharing knowledge across organization subunits. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(1): 82-111. (JSTOR link).

Hansen, M. T., M. L. Mors and B. Løvås. 2005. Knowledge sharing in organizations: Multiple networks, multiple phases. The Academy of Management Journal 48(5): 776-793. (JSTOR link).

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Digital fairness vs. Facebook's dream of world domination. Harvard Business Review (November): 1-4.

Haunschild, P. R. and C. M. Beckman. 1998. When do interlocks matter?: Alternate sources of information and interlock influence. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(4): 815-844. (JSTOR link).

Hendaoui, A., M. Limayem and C. W. Thompson. 2008. 3D social virtual worlds: Research issues and challenges. IEEE Internet Computing 12(1): 88-92.

Henisz, W. J. and A. Delios. 2001. Uncertainty, imitation, and plant location: Japanese multinational corporations, 1990-1996. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(3): 443-475. (JSTOR link).

Henry, T. F., D. A. Rosenthal and R. R. Weitz. 2014. Socially awkward: Social media companies' nonfinancial metrics can send a mixed message. Journal of Accountancy (September): 52-58. (Metrics not correlated with financial success, e.g. active users, page views, etc.).

Hensley, R. M. 2011. LinkedIn tips for CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (March): 44-47.

Herbold, J. and B. Douma. 2013. Students' use of social media for job seeking: A recruitment guide for accounting firms. The CPA Journal (April): 68-71.

Hinings, C. R., D. J. Hickson, J. M. Pennings and R. E. Schneck. 1974. Structural conditions of intraorganizational power. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(1): 22-44. (JSTOR link).

Human, S. E. and K. G. Provan. 2000. Legitimacy building in the evolution of small-firm multilateral networks: A comparative study of success and demise. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(2): 327-365. (JSTOR link).

Hunt, J. G., G. E. Dodge and L. Wong (Eds.). Out-of-the-Box Leadership. JAI Press.

Huy, Q. and A. Shipilov. 2012. The key to social media success within organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 73-81.

Hyatt, J. 2012. Putting social networks to work: Companies are finding real economic value in cooperation and social media. CFO (July/August): 58-59.

Ibarra, H. 1992. Homophily and differential returns: Sex differences in network structure and access in an advertising firm. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(3): 422-447. (JSTOR link).

Ibarra, H. 1993. Network centrality, power, and innovation involvement: Determinants of technical and administrative roles. The Academy of Management Journal 36(3): 471-501. (JSTOR link).

Ibarra, H. 1993. Personal networks of women and minorities in management: A conceptual framework. Academy of Management Review (18): 56-87.

Ibarra, H. and S. B. Andrews. 1993. Power, social influence, and sense making: Effects of network centrality and proximity on employee perceptions. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(2): 277-303. (JSTOR link).

John, L. K., D. Mochon, O. Emrich and J. Schwartz. 2017. What's the value of a like? Social media endorsements don't work the way you might think. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 108-115.

Kane, G. C. 2015. Why social engagement may be more important than marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 148-151.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips and D. Kiron. 2014. Finding the value in social business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-88.

Kilduff, M. and D. Krackhardt. 1994. Bringing the individual back in: A structural analysis of the internal market for reputation in organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 37(1): 87-108. (JSTOR link).

Kilduff, M., and W. Tsai. 2003. Social Networks and Organizations. Sage.

King, B. G. 2008. A political mediation model of corporate response to social movement activism. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(3): 395-421. (JSTOR link).

Klein, K. J., B. Lim, J. L. Saltz and D. M. Mayer. 2004. How do they get there? an examination of the antecedents of centrality in team networks. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 952-963. (JSTOR link).

Kogut, B. 2000. The network as knowledge: Generative rules and the emergence of structure. Strategic Management Journal (21): 405-425.

Krackhardt, D. 1990. Assessing the political landscape: Structure, cognition, and power in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(2): 342-369. (JSTOR link).

Krackhardt, D. 1992. The strength of strong ties: The importance of Philos. In Nohria, N. and R. Eccles (Eds.). Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and Action: 216-239. Harvard Business School Press.

Krackhardt, D. and L. W. Porter. 1985. When friends leave: A structural analysis of the relationship between turnover and stayers' attitudes. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(2): 242-261. (JSTOR link).

Labianca, G., D. J. Brass and B. Gray. 1998. Social networks and perceptions of intergroup conflict: The role of negative relationships and third parties. The Academy of Management Journal 41(1): 55-67. (JSTOR link).

Lapidus, L. and S. B. Ference. 2014. Are social media posts protected? What all employers need to know about the NLRB and social media. Journal of Accountancy (November): 20-21.

Larson, A. 1992. Network dyads in entrepreneurial settings: A study of the governance of exchange relationships. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(1): 76-104. (JSTOR link).

Lazer, D. and A. Friedman. 2007. The network structure of exploration and exploitation. Administrative Science Quarterly 52(4): 667-694. (JSTOR link).

Leonardi, P. and T. Neeley. 2017. What managers need to know about social tools: Avoid the common pitfalls so that your organization can collaborate, learn, and innovate. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 118-126.

Levin, D. Z., J. Walter and J. K. Murnighan. 2011. The power of reconnection - How dormant ties can surprise you. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 45-50.

Levine, M. L. and P. A. Feigin. 2014. Crowdfunding provisions under the new rule 506(c). The CPA Journal (June): 46-51. (Crowdfunding refers to using social media web sites (e.g., Facebook and LinkedIn) to raise small amounts of capital).

Levinthal, D. A. and M. Fichman. 1988. Dynamics of interorganizational attachments: Auditor-client relationships. Administrative Science Quarterly 33(3): 345-369. (JSTOR link).

Lincoln, J. R. and J. Miller. 1979. Work and friendship ties in organizations: A comparative analysis of relation networks. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(2): 181-199. (JSTOR link).

Lincoln, J. R., M. L. Gerlach and C. L. Ahmadjian. 1996. Keiretsu networks and corporate performance in Japan. American Sociological Review (61): 67-88.

Madhavan, R., D. R. Gnyawali and J. He. 2004. Two's company, three's a crowd? Triads in cooperative-competitive networks. The Academy of Management Journal 47(6): 918-927. (JSTOR link).

Marquis, C. 2003. The pressure of the past: Network imprinting in intercorporate communities. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(4): 655-689. (JSTOR link).

Maurer, I. and M. Ebers. 2006. Dynamics of social capital and their performance implications: Lessons from biotechnology start-ups. Administrative Science Quarterly 51(2): 262-292. (JSTOR link).

McDonald, M. L. and J. D. Westphal. 2003. Getting by with the advice of their friends: CEOs' advice networks and firms' strategic responses to poor performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(1): 1-32. (JSTOR link).

Mehra, A., M. Kilduff and D. J. Brass. 1998. At the margins: A distinctiveness approach to the social identity and social networks of underrepresented groups. The Academy of Management Journal 41(4): 441-452. (JSTOR link).

Mehra, A., M. Kilduff and D. J. Brass. 2001. The social networks of high and low self-monitors: Implications for workplace performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(1): 121-146. (JSTOR link). 2001. Errata: The social networks of high and low self-monitors: Implications for workplace performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(2): 376. (JSTOR link).

Mennecke, B. E., J. L. Triplett, L. M. Hassall, Z. J. Conde and R. Heer. 2011. An examination of a theory of embodied social presence in virtual worlds. Decision Sciences 42(2): 413-450.

Milton, L. P. and J. D. Westphal. 2005. Identity confirmation networks and cooperation in work groups. The Academy of Management Journal 48(2): 191-212. (JSTOR link).

Miner, A. S., T. L. Amburgey and T. M. Stearns. 1990. Interorganizational linkages and population dynamics: Buffering and transformational shields. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(4): 689-713. (JSTOR link).

Moldoveanu, M. C. and J. A. C. Baum. 2011. "I think you think I think you're lying": The interactive epistemology of trust in social networks. Management Science (February): 393-412.

Morrison, E. W. 2002. Newcomers' relationships: The role of social network ties during socialization. The Academy of Management Journal 45(6): 1149-1160. (JSTOR link).

Mount, M. and M. Garcie Martinez. 2014. Rejuvenating a brand through social media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-16.

Nama, Y. and A. Lowe. 2014. The 'situated functionality' of accounting in private equity practices: A social 'site' analysis. Management Accounting Research (December): 284-303.

Nelson, R. E. 1989. The strength of strong ties: Social networks and intergroup conflict in organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 32(2): 377-401. (JSTOR link).

Nohria, N. and R. Eccles (Eds.). Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and Action: 191-215. Harvard Business School Press.

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Orozco, D. 2016. Using social media in business disputes. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-35.

Palmer, D. 1983. Broken ties: Interlocking directorates and intercorporate coordination. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(1): 40-55. (JSTOR link).

Palmer, D. A., P. D. Jennings and X. Zhou. 1993. Late adoption of the multidivisional form by large U.S. corporations: Institutional, political, and economic accounts. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 100-131. (JSTOR link).

Park, S. H. and G. R. Ungson. 1997. The effect of national culture, organizational complementarity, and economic motivation on joint venture dissolution. The Academy of Management Journal 40(2): 279-307. (JSTOR link).

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Pearce, J. A. and F. R. David. 1983. A social network approach to organizational design-performance. Academy of Management Review (8): 436-444.

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Perry-Smith, J. E. 2006. Social yet creative: The role of social relationships in facilitating individual creativity. The Academy of Management Journal 49(1): 85-101. (JSTOR link).

Perry-Smith, J. E. and C. E. Shalley. 2003. The social side of creativity: A static and dynamic social network perspective. Academy of Management Review (28): 89-106.

Pinkston, M. 2009. CPAs embrace twitter. Journal of Accountancy (August): 30-33.

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Polodny, J. M. and J. N. Baron. 1997. Relationships and resources: Social networks and mobility in the workplace. American Sociological Review (62): 673-693.

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Reagans, R. and E. W. Zuckerman. 2001. Networks, diversity, and productivity: The social capital of corporate R&D teams. Organization Science (12): 502-517.

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Rowley, T. J., H. R. Greve, H. Rao, J. A. C. Baum and A. V. Shipilov. 2005. Time to break up: The social and instrumental antecedents of exit from interfirm exchange cliques. The Academy of Management Journal 48(3): 499-520.

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Shah, P. P. 2000. Network destruction: The structural implications of downsizing. The Academy of Management Journal 43(1): 101-112. (JSTOR link).

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