U of M Resources
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Dept.
Department of Sociology
Department of Economics
School of Public Policy
Center for European Studies
Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies
Office of Tax Policy Research
Inter-University Consortium for Political & Social Research
--one of the world's largest repositories of social science data
Harvard MIT Data Center
--another massive set of data archives featuring a rapid inteface
--a Net-accessible database of corporate filings to the Securities and Exchange Commission
--a constantly-updated news site covering new economy firms and IPOs
--a supplier of powerful cross-platform software for statistics and data visualization
Organization and Management Theory Website
--a key starting point for finding out about organizational management and theory
International Network for Social Network Analysis
--the key site for approaching issues in sociometrics, a mathematically-based method for mapping social relations
Critical Management Studies Workshop
--a workshop and workgroup site for specialists in critical management studies within the Academy of Management
Social Science Research Network
--a vast archive of electronic publications in social science, economics, finance, and law
--electronically scanned and archived top-end jounals for most major academic disciplines (some access restrictions based on institutional affiliation)
Economic Sociology newsletter sponsored by SISWO in Holland
--a key site for news about economic sociology in Europe
--a vital site containing vast resources and links for sociologists in Europe
Social Science Research Council, "The Corporation as a Social Institution"
--site for the SSRCOs new initiative for funding research in social studies of business organizations, including issues of corporate culture
Section on Economic Sociology, American Sociological Association
--as a "section-in-formation" of the ASA, scholars in this group are exploring new ways to look at firms as social institutions.
The National Bureau of Economic Research
--research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of how the economy works - research is conducted by more than 500 university professors around the country, the leading scholars in their fields.