Why knowledge does not equal power: the network redundancy trade-off
Industrial and Corporate Change, Volume 17, Issue 5, 2008, Pages 903-944.
powersocial networksknowledgesocial structure
We show that if actors are defined as more knowledgeable when they possess more information, and if actors are defined as more powerful when they can extract greater surplus while exchanging resources, there is a fundamental trade-off in the social structural foundations of power and knowledge. This trade-off derives from the opposing imp...More
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