Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t)

Brankovic J (2021)
Business & Society.

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Brankovic, Jelena
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Rankings have dramatically proliferated over the past several decades. An often-overlooked impact of this proliferation is that it has facilitated the institutionalization of an imaginary of the modern world as a stratified order, whose actors are imagined as continuously striving to perform better than others. To better understand this impact, we need to take a closer look at rankings’ premises and the way these resonate with the broader institutional environment of which rankings are a part.
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impact; institutionalization; rankings
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Business & Society
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0007-6503
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1552-4205
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955191

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Brankovic J. Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t). Business & Society. 2021.
Brankovic, J. (2021). Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t). Business & Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/00076503211015638
Brankovic, J. (2021). Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t). Business & Society.
Brankovic, J., 2021. Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t). Business & Society.
J. Brankovic, “Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t)”, Business & Society, 2021.
Brankovic, J.: Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t). Business & Society. (2021).
Brankovic, Jelena. “Why Rankings Appear Natural (But Aren’t)”. Business & Society (2021).
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