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Disciplina: Tópicos Especiais em Administração Pública 2, código 386928, 02 créditos, 30


horas/aula. Conteúdo: Institucionalismo Organizacional e Ambiente Legal.
Período letivo: 2016/2, aulas de 14h00 às 17h00, nas seguintes datas: 08/08, 29/08, 12/09,
19/09, 03/10, 17/10, 24/10, 07/11, 21/11, 05/12 e 12/12.
Professores: Tomas de Aquino Guimarães e Edson Ronaldo Guarido Filho

Ementa: Institucionalismo organizacional: fundamentos e conceitos centrais. Ambiente


institucional. Ambiente legal nos estudos organizacionais. Ambiente legal: perspectiva
materialista e culturalista. Legitimidade. Legalidade. Campo organizacional e campo legal.
Mudança institucional. Endogeneidade legal. Agência, escolha estratégica e institutional
work. Aspectos emergentes.

Objetivos:
Ao final do curso espera-se que o aluno seja capaz de:
a) Identificar os problemas, temas e conceitos tratados pelo institucionalismo organizacional.
b) Descrever as principais conexões entre o institucionalismo organizacional e a perspectiva
sociolegal no estudo das organizações e de sua relação com o ambiente legal.

Metodologia de Ensino:
O método de ensino fundamenta-se na leitura e análise de material escrito, e na discussão
crítica desse material. Os alunos serão estimulados a realizar discussões em grupo, em sala de
aula, revisar a literatura referente à disciplina, e redigir resumos e ensaios.

Avaliação:
Tabela 1. Itens de avaliação e pontuação máxima de cada item.
Item Pontos
Trabalho final 60
Apresentações em sala de aula de textos indicados 25
Participação em debates em sala de aula 15

Trabalho final:
Ensaio contendo entre 3.000 e 4.000 palavras, com as seguintes seções: Resumo, contendo
entre 100 e 120 palavras; Introdução – apresentação geral do tema pesquisado, objetivo do
texto, justificativa; Desenvolvimento (uma ou mais seções com títulos específicos) – análise
crítica de textos científicos relacionados a um ou mais temas do curso (de preferência
contrastando dois ou mais temas tratados na disciplina); Conclusões – revisão aprofundada
dos aspectos discutidos e eventuais propostas de pesquisas na área, incluindo a descrição
metodológica-empírica que seria utilizada para testar e/ou demonstrar as conclusões
desenvolvidas no trabalho final.

Apresentações e debates em sala de aula


Em cada aula haverá um foco especifico para discussão e a turma será dividida em grupos.
Cada grupo ficará encarregado de realizar uma análise aprofundada de um texto indicado pelo
professor e apresentar o resultado dessa análise, na forma oral, para a turma.

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Temas das aulas, leitura recomendada e complementar:


AULA TEMA Textos Recomendados Complementares
01 Introdução e apresentação Plano de ensino
da disciplina
02 Ambiente Legal e Estudos Scott (1994) Edelman & Stryker (2005)
Organizacionais Edelman & Suchman (1997)
Edelman & Suchman (2007)
03 Institucionalismo Suchman & Edelman (1996) Heimer (2001)
Organizacional: bases Scott (2014, Cap. 3 e 4) Campbell (2004, Cap. 1)
fundamentais e o conceito Scott (2014, Cap. 2)
de instituição Scott (2003)
04 Ambiente institucional, Meyer & Rowan (1977) Johnson,Dowd & Ridgeway (2006)
mitos racionalizados e Suchman (1995) Rossoni (2016)
legitimidade Suddaby, Bitektine & Haack (2016) Scott (1991)
05 Campos organizacionais, DiMaggio & Powell (1983) Scott (2014, Cap. 8)
isomorfismo e lógicas Kluttz & Fligstein (2016) Hoffman (1999)
institucionais Friedland & Alford (1991) Greenwood & Meyer (2008)
Thornton & Ocasio (2008) Wooten & Hoffman (2008)
Machado-da-Silva, Guarido Filho &
Rossoni (2006, p. 159-168).
06 Agência, respostas DiMaggio (1988) Battilana, Leca & Boxenbaum (2009)
estratégicas e institutional Oliver (1991). Lawrence, Suddaby & Leca (2011)
work Lawrence & Suddaby (2006) Fligstein & Mcadam (2011)
Zietsma & Lawrence (2010)
07 Enforcement e compliance Sutton et al. (1994) Kagan, Gunningham &Thornton (2003)
Mun (2016) Dobbin & Sutton (1998)
Tolbert & Zucker (1983). Sitkin & Bies (1994, p. 19-49).
Schneiberg & Bartley (2001) Sutton & Dobbin (1996)
Jennings, Zanbergen & Martens (2002)
Hawkins (1983)
Vaughan (1998)
Snider (2009.
Schneiberg & Bartley (2008)
08 Legalidade e Ewick & Silbey (2002) Edelman, Leachman & McAdam (2010)
Endogeneidade legal Edelman & Talesh (2011) Stryker (1994)
Edelman, Uggen & Erlanger (1999) Stryker (2000)
Edelman et al. (2011) Krieger, Best & Edelman (2015)
09 Ambiguidade e Political Gilad (2014) Talesh (2014)
Work Quack (2007) Gilad (2012)
Talesh (2009) Brisbin (2010)
Akiyama et al. (2015) Barnes & Burke (2006)
10 Regulative voids e Inovação Black, Lodge & Thatcher (2005, Halliday& Carruthers (2007)
regulativa Caps. 1 e 9, p. 1-15, 181-197) Grabosky (2013)
Short (2013)
Haines (2013)
Halliday (2009)
11 Organizações, ambiente Kagan (2010) Clegg (2010).
legal e instituições: Selznick (1996) Stinchcombe (1997)
implicações para pesquisa e Campbell (2004, Cap. 4) Machado-da-Silva, Fonseca &
estudos futuros Halliday & Schimidt (2009, Crubellate (2010)
Introdução, caps. 3, 13, 19,
Conclusão)

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