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Jackson Gregory (Джексон Грэгори)

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Образование бакалавр: Sociology [University of of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992]
магистр: Sociology [Columbia University, 1996]
PhD: Sociology [Columbia University, 2002]
Место работы University of Bath (Bath ) / Professor of Business and Society

Профессиональные интересы:
Economic Sociology, Comparative and Historical Sociology, Varieties of Capitalism, Sociology of Organizations, Corporate Governance, Industrial Relations, Sociological Theory

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Домашняя страница http://www.bath.ac.uk/management/faculty/gregory_jackson.html
E-mail G.S.Jackson@bath.ac.uk
Адрес Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, United Kingdom


Homepage at Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), Tokyo, Japan:

Дополнительная информация:
Gregory Jackson’s research examines how corporate governance is influenced by diverse organizational and institutional contexts. His research utilizes cross-national comparison to better understand the regulatory and other societal influences on the corporation, particularly using the cases of Germany, Japan, the UK and USA. His research aims to link disparate fields of scholarship, including institutional theory, organizational analysis, economic sociology, and comparative political economy. Particular empirical interests have been the market for corporate control, as well as the relationship of corporate governance and labour management. His current projects seek to apply methods of fuzzy set and qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) to understanding Gregory Jackson’s research has been published widely in leading business journals. A number of his projects on public policy have been sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industry (UK), the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (Japan), the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and the Hans-Boeckler Foundation (Germany). His research also is cited by The Economist, Financial Times, and BBC radio. He organizes the research network on 'markets, firms and institutions’ in the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE).