Mapping James G. March's ideas

Making sense of a vast set of literature is always a challenging, but ultimately rewarding experience. It helps to put often disjoint work into perspective and find hidden connections and tensions that normally escape our attention. It is an especially illuminating exercise when the subject of an analysis is someone life's work and few scholars can be so engaging in their work as James G. March. In preparation for an interview with Professor March, together with my friend Jiyang Dong, we read and summarized as many books and papers by James March as we could find. Then we went one step further and made two maps of the literature to guide us through the vast literature. I learned the techniqu

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