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date: 15 August 2020

(p. x) List of Figures

(p. x) List of Figures

  1. 3.1. Choices in democratic society, according to Democracy in America 49

  2. 3.2. Choices in aristocratic society, according to The Old Regime and the Revolution 56

  3. 3.3. The full conceptual scheme in Tocqueville's work 58

  4. 14.1. Schumpeter's typology of innovation 311

  5. 14.2. The number of references to Schumpeter's work in the top economics, sociology, and organization theory journals 314

  6. 20.1. The Simon perspective compared to the Dewey perspective 449

  7. 27.1. The four functions and social‐system institutions 611

  8. 27.2. The interchange paradigm (Parsons and Platt 1973: 426) 612

  9. 27.3. Parsons's definition of societal I—G interchanges (Parsons and Platt 1973: 432) 619

  10. 27.4. I—G interchanges in collaborative enterprises 619

  11. 27.5. Exchanges in paternalist bureaucracies 620

  12. 27.6. Exchanges in collaborative enterprises 621

  13. 27.7. Detailed exchanges in collaborative enterprises—integrative focus 622

  14. 28.1. Proportion of the US non‐farm labor force employed in manufacturing and retail, 1939–2007 642