Department of
Sociology

Center for
Innovation

Publications

Organizational Theory and Research about Innovation

  1. Hage, J.; Jordan, G., and Mote, J. 2007. “R&D Integration: How to Build a Diverse and Integrated Knowledge Community.” Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology.
  2. Hage, Jerald. 2006. "Knowledge and Societal Change: Institutional Coordination and The Evolution of Organizational Populations 2006." In Knowledge, Communication and Creativity Sage Studies in International Sociology, edited by Sales and Fournier. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  3. Hage, Jerald. 2006. "Introduction to Part II Scientific Research: New Frameworks 2006." In Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by Jerald Hage and Marius T. H. Meeus Oxford: Oxford University Press:163-172.
  4. Hage, Jerald. 2006. "Introduction to Part II Scientific Research: New Frameworks." Pp. 163-172 in Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by J. Hage and M. Meeus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  5. Hage, Jerald. 2005. "Organizations and innovation: Contributions from organizational sociology and administrative science 2005." Pp. 71-112 in Innovation and Institutions: A multidisciplinary review of the study of innovation systems, edited by Casper and van Waarden. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  6. Jordan, Gretchen B. 2005. What Matters to R&D Workers. Research Technology Management 48(3):23-32. [pdf]
  7. Jordan, Gretchen, Jerald Hage, Jonathan E. Mote and Brad Hepler. 2005. “Investigating Differences Among R&D Projects and Implications for Managers.” R&D Management, November.
  8. Colton, Marie, A. Powell, Gretchen Jordan, Jerald Hage and Jonathan E. Mote. 2004. “Minding the gaps: new insights into R&D management and operational transitions of NOAA satellite products.” Proceedings of the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) 5548 (October):1-10.

Network Theories and Research about Innovation

  1. Mote, Jonathon E. 2005. “R&D Ecology: Using 2-Mode Network Analysis to Understand Complexity in R&D Environments. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. 22 (March):93-111. [pdf]
  2. Meeus, Marius T. H., Leon A. G. Oerlemans, and Jerald Hage. 2004. "Industry-Public Knowledge Infrastructure Interaction: Intra-and Inter-Organizational Explanations of Interactive Learning." Industry & Innovation 11(4):327-352. [pdf]
  3. Hage, Jerald. 2003. "Interactive Learning between Industry and Knowledge Infrastructure. An explanation of an extended resource-based model in a high tech region." In Economic geography of higher education: knowledge infrastructure and learning regions, edited by Roel Rutten, Frans Boekema, and Elsa Kuijpers. New York: Routledge.
  4. Meeus, Marius T. H., Leon A.G. Oerleman, and JeraldHage. 2001a. "Patterns of Interactive Learning in a High Tech Region." Organization Studies 22 (1):145-172. [pdf]
  5. Meeus, Marius T. H., Leon A.G. Oerleman, and JeraldHage. 2001b. "Sectoral Patterns of Interactive Learning: An Empirical Exploration of a Case in a Dutch Region." Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 13 (3):407-431.[pdf]
  6. Hage, Jerald and J. Roger Hollingsworth. 2000. "A Strategy for the Analyses of Idea Innovation Networks and Institutions" Organization Studies (Special Issue: The Institutional Dynamics of Innovation Systems) 21(5):971-1004. [pdf]

Theories and Research on Evaluation of Science and Technology

  1. Jordan, Gretchen B. and L. Devon Streit. 2003. “Chapter 16: Recognizing the Competing Values in Science and Technology Organizations: Implications for Evaluation.” In Learning From Science and Technology Policy Evaluation, edited by Shapira, P. and Kuhlman, S. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
  2. McLaughlin, John A., and Gretchen B. Jordan. 2003. “Chapter 1: Logic Models,” in Handbook of Practical Program Evaluation, 2nd Edition, edited by Joseph S. Wholey, Harry P. Hatry, Kathryn E. Newcomer J. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  3. Jordan, Gretchen B., L. Devon Streit, and J. Stephen Binkley. 2003. "Assessing and Improving the Effectiveness of National Research Laboratories." IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 50(2):228-236. [pdf]
  4. Jordan, Gretchen. 2001. “Measuring the Performance of American Science and Technology Laboratories”, in Government Laboratories: Transition and Transformation. NATO Science and Series, Amsterdam: IOS Press Ohmsha.
  5. McLaughlin, John A., and Gretchen B. Jordan. 1999. “Logic Models: A Tool for Telling Your Performance Story,” Evaluation and Program Planning, Elsevier Science 22 (1):65-72.

Theories and research on the production of knowledge and societal change

  1. Hage, Jerald and Marius Meeus (editors). 2006. Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. Hage, Jerald and Marius Meeus. 2006. "Product and Process Innovation, Scientific Research, Knowledge Dynamics, and Institutional Change: An introduction." Pp. 1-22 in Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by J. Hage and M. Meeus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  3. Hage, Jerald and Marius Meeus. 2006. "Conclusion." Pp. 545-576 in Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by J. Hage and M. Meeus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  4. Hage, Jerald. 2006. "Institutional Change and Societal Change: The impact of knowledge: transformations." Pp. 465-482 in in Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by J. Hage and M. Meeus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  5. Hage, Jerald. 2006. "Introduction to Part IV Institutions and Institutional Change." Pp. 415-422 in Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Handbook of Research, edited by J. Hage and M. Meeus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  6. Hage, Jerald. 2001. "Adaptive Costs: A New Institutional Paradigm of Rules for the Competitive Game." Current Sociology/La Sociologie Contemporaine. 49 (4):45-66. [pdf]
  7. Hage, Jerald. 1999. "Organizational Innovation and Organizational Change." Annual Review of Sociology 25:597-622. [pdf]
  8. Hage, Jerald and Charles Powers. 1992. Post-Industrial Lives. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Studies of the shoe industry

  1. Hage, Jerald and Wilbur Hadden. 2003. "Constructing a theory about organizational populations: Contextualizing the meaning of organizational size and age." pdf
  2. Hage, Jerald and Wilbur Hadden. 2006. "Lessons Not Learned: Organizational Population Path Dependency and Devolution in the U.S. Footwear Industry." pdf

Studies of the impact of research in health care and health services

  1. Hage, Jerald. 2013. "Assessing the Benefits of the Melanoma Program of NCI for the Period of 2006-2008." pdf
  2. Hadden, Wilbur. 2013. "Assessing the Benefits of the Colorectal Cancer Program of NCI for the Period of 2006-2008." pdf

Updated 14 December 2016