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William H. Starbuck

Summary
William Haynes Starbuck (born in Portland, Indiana on September 20, 1934) graduated from Harvard University (AB Physics, 1956) and the Carnegie Institute of Technology (MSc, 1959; Ph.D. 1964). He is an organizational scientist who has held professorships in social relations (Johns Hopkins, 1966–67), sociology (Cornell, 1967–1971), business administration (Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1974–1984), and management (New York University, 1985–2005). Major works
  • "Organizational growth and development." Pages 451-583 in J. G. March (ed.), Handbook of Organizations; Rand McNally, 1965.
  • "Camping on seesaws: Prescriptions for a self-designing organization," with Bo L. T. Hedberg and Paul C. Nystrom. Administrative Science Quarterly, 1976, 21: 41-65.
  • Handbook of Organizational Design, two volumes, edited with Paul C. Nystrom; Oxford University Press, 1981.
  • William H. Starbuck contributed more than one hundred articles to leading scien
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