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The Nature of Organization in Transnational Networks

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Alger, Chadwick F.  Research on research, a decade of quantitative and field research on international organizations. International Organizations, Summer 1970, pp. 414-450.

Keehane, R. O. / Nye, Joseph S.  (Eds.).    Transnational Relations and World Politics. International Organization, Summer, 1971  (special issue).
Despite these views, the anthologies of syllabi on Basic Courses in International Organizations and Basic Courses in International Relations (Sage Publications 1970 and 1968 respectively) in several thousand references mention "private international organization," (meaning the petroleum industry)," private international unions", and "nongovernmental organization" once only each. No mention of interorganizational relations was apparent.
2. Judge, Anthony / Skjelsbaek, Kjell.  NGOs and Functionalism. In J. Groom (Ed.)., Functionalism. 1975. [text]

3. Angelo, Homer G.  Multinational Corporate Enterprises; some legal and policy aspects of a modern social-economic phenomenon. Academy of International Law, Recueil des Cours, 1968, vol.3, p.447-606.

4. Adrea Rosenberg is working on this

5. Leavitt, Harold O.  The Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of Organizations. European Business, Spring 1971, 29, pp. 28-33.

6. Jackson, Robert.  Capacity Study of the United Nations Development System. UN, 1970.

7. Judge, Anthony. International NGO Groupings. International Associations, 21, 2, 1969, pp. 89-92. [text]

8. Meynaud, Jean / Sidjanski, Dusan.  Les groupes de pression dans la communaute europeenne (1958-1968). Bruxelles, Editions de l'Institut de Sociologie, 1971, 733 p.

Mokken, R. J. / Stokman, F. N.  Invloedsstrokturen van Politieke en Ekonomische Elites in Nederland. Amsterdam, Institue of Political Science, 1971.

9. Fischer, Fritz.  Die institutionalisierte Vertretung der Verbande in der Europaischen Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft. Thesis at University of Kiel, Institut für Internationales Recht,  (1966?).

10. A table covering 500 INGOs against 15 IGO agencies is published in each edition of the Yearbook of International Ornanizations.

11. It would be interesting to apply Johan Galtung's centre-periphery analysis to this system.

12. Omitted.

13. In fact, due to a number of interacting factors (not least of which is the lack of attention of scholars), these potentially significant coordinative bodies have been progressively downgraded in importance by INGO headquarters, IGO Secretariats and national delegations

14. Judge, Anthony. Use of Multi-Meetings: proposal for iImprovement to NGO and UN relationships. International Associations, 23,6,1971, p.354-35 [text]

Kjell Skjelsbaek has undertaken a more comprehensive computer analysis of the system and will probably be publishing his results in the near future.

15. Anderson, Robert C.  A Sociometric Approach to the Analysis of Interorganizational Relationships. Institute for Community Development and Services, Michigan State University, 1969, 30p.

16. Carnes, J. A.  Networks and Political Process. In: J. Clyde Mitchell (Ed.). Social Networks in Urban Situations. Manchester University Press, 1969, p. 51-76.

17. Mitchell, J. Clyde.  The Concept and Use of Social Networks. In: J. Clyde Mitchell (Ed.). Social Networks in Urban Situations. Manchester University Press, 1969, pp. 1-50.

18. Galtung, Johan.  Entropy and the General Theory of Peace. In: Proceedings of the International Peace Research Associatia Second Conference, Assen, Van Gorcum, 1968.

19. J. A. Barnes. Networks and Political Process. op.cit

20. Anderson, Robert C.  A Sociometric Approach to the Analysis of Inter-organizational Relationships. Michigan State University Institute for Community Development and Services, 1969, 30 p.

Beal, George M.  System Linkages among Women's Organizations. Iowa State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology for the Office of Civil Defense, 1967, 155 p  (Another approach of interest concentrates on multiple membership or leadership roles of individuals.).

21. Judge, Anthony. Computer-aided visualisation of psycho-social structures. (Paper presented at an AAAS Symposium on Value and Knowledge Requirements for Peace, Philadelphia, 1971). [text]

22. Schon, Donald A.  Beyond the Stable State; public and private learning in a changing society. Temple Smith, 1971.

23. Farris, George.  Executive Decision-Making in Organizations; Identifying the Key Men and Managing the Process. Cambridge, Sloan School of Management, (1971?.), W.P. 551; idem. Colleague Roles and Innovation in Scientific Teams. Cambridge, Sloan School of Management, (1971?.) W.P. 552.

24. Donald Schon. op.cit

25. Donald Schon. op.cit

26. Judge, Anthony. "The Use of Multi-Meetings" ; proposal for improvement to NGO/UN relationships. International Associations, 23 6, 1971, pp. 354-359. [text]

27. Judge, Anthony. New Types of Social Entity; the role of the "potential association". International Associations, 23, 3, 1971, pp. 148-152. [text]

28. Judge, Anthony / Skjelsbaek, Kjell.  Bibliography of Documents on Transnational Association Networks (international nongovernmental organizations as a field of study). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1972, 66 p., draft (includes selected list of 112 thesis topics).. [text]

29. These and the following roles are adapted from Donald A. Schon, op.cit. p. 198-200.

30. Judge, Anthony. The World Network of Organizations: a symbol for the 1970s. International Associations, 24, 1, 1972, pp. 18-24. [text]

31. Rudge, Peter F.  Ministry and Management; the study of ecclesiastical administration. London, Tavistock, 1968., p. 30.

Other references

Beer, Stafford.  The Cybernetic Cytoblast: management itself. September 1969  (Chairman's Address to the International Cybernetics Congress).

Boorman, Scott A.  The Protracted Game; a wei ch'i approach to Mao's revolutionary strategy. Oxford University Press, 1971.

Boorman, Scott A.  Outline and bibliography of approaches to the formal study of social networks. Harvard University, 1973 Discusion Paper 89 87.

Crane, Diana.  Invisible Colleges; diffusion of knowledge in scientific communities. University of Chicago Press, 1972.

Drucker, Peter F.  The Age of Discontinuity; guidelines to our changing society. Lon Pan, p 11.

Galtung, Johan.  Feudal systems, structural violence and the structural theory of Pease revolutions. Proceedings of the IPRA Third Conference. Assen, van Gorcum, 1971.

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Nye, Joseph S.  and R O Keohane. Transnational Relations and World Politics. In: J S Nye Jr and R O Keohane (Eds.). Transnational Relations and World Polit Harvard University Press, 1972.

Roosevelt, Curtis.  The political future of Transnational associations; the opportunity for effective NGO action. In: The Open Society of the Future: report of a seminar to reflect on the network of international associations. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1973, pp. 91-96  (Originally presented to a Conference of Nongovernmental Organizations in ConsultativeStatus with ECOSOC, Geneva, 1972).

Smith, David Horton.  Estimation of the total number of volunatary associations in the United States. Center for a Voluntary Society, 1970  (Preliminary investigations by the author have shown that similar per capita figures hold in European countries).

Toffler, Alvin.  Value impact forecaster, a profession of the future. In: Kurt Baler and N Rescher (Eds.). Values and the Future. Free Press.

Wallace, M. D. / Singer, J. David.  Intergovernmental organization in the global system, 1815-1964; a quantitative description. International Organization, 24, 2, Spring 1970, pp. 239-287.

Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

Introduction to Section P: World problems. Ref. 12

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