Who you know and how you’re connected to them may be vital to your firm’s success when times are tough or turbulent. In this recent working paper, Professors Martin Gargiulo and Andrej Rus consider the effect of social networks on individual and firm performance after external market shocks. They formulate a new model of social capital, then test it on data drawn from Slovenian firms in the early 1990s.
Authors: Andrej Rus, Martin Gargiulo
Source: INSEAD Knowledge
Subject: Organizational Behavior