Carol A. Caronna, Ph.D.

2000 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Medical Sociology, Organizations and Work, Sociology of Education, Theory
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W. Richard Scott grad student 2000 Stanford
 (Organizational identity in changing contexts: The case of Kaiser Permanente and the United States health care field.)
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Caronna CA. (2014) Why good people go bad Contemporary Sociology. 43: 176-180
Caronna CA, Pollack SS, Scott WR. (2009) Organizations, populations, and fields: Investigating organizational heterogeneity through a multilevel case study design Research in the Sociology of Organizations. 26: 249-270
Caronna CA. (2007) Turning Identity into Form: The Cause and Consequence for Kaiser Permanente of becoming an HMO Research in the Sociology of Organizations. 25: 309-336
Kitchener M, Caronna CA, Shortell SM. (2005) From the doctor's workshop to the iron cage? Evolving modes of physician control in US health systems. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 60: 1311-22
Caronna CA. (2004) The misalignment of institutional "pillars": consequences for the U.S. health care field. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 45: 45-58
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