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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard M Cyert; Mie Augier; James G March
|Description:||xv, 461 p. : il.; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||I Economics of choice: the behavioural theory of the firm in action, Lars Engwall, Rickard Danell; corporate governance, executive compensation and the the theory of the firm, Sok-Hyon Kang, Praveen Kumar; dynamic capabilities, competence and the behaviour theory of the firm, J. Lamar Pierce, Christopher S. Boerner, David J. Teece. II Information and the cognitive basis of action: auditing and accounting - impacts and aftermaths of RM Cyert's research in statistical sampling, William Cooper; biases in organizational behaviour, Massimo Egidi; the organizational basis of cognition and the cognitive basis of organization, Brian J. Loasby; the accuracy of managers' perceptions - a dimension missing from theories about firms, Susan Reilly Salgado, William H. Starbuck, John Mezias. III Economics of change: interoroganizational learning and network organization - toward a behavioural theory of the interfirm, Joel A.C. Baum, Paul Ingram; adapting, learning and economizing, Richard H. Day; organizational learning through rule adaptation - from the behavioural theory to transactive organizational learning; cognition and models of adaptive learning, Daniel A. Levinthal; the relative standing of routines - some jobs are more equal than others, Thekla Rura-Polley, Anne S. Miner; the role of adaptation and targets in organizational learning, Sridhar Seshadri, Anne S. Miner; the role of adaptation and targets in organizational learning, Sridhar Seshadri, Zur Shapira. IV Evolution: the resource based view of strategy - an evolutionist's critique, Philip Bromiley, Lee Fleming; interpreting economic change - evolution, structures and games, Giovanni Dosi, Sidney Winter; a behavioural and evolutionary model of the dynamics of the computer industry, Franco Malerba, Richard Nelson, Luigi Orsenigo, Sidney Winter. V Economics of organization: information, organizational structure and firm strategy, Parveen Kumar; organizational theory in the age of computers and electronic communications networks, Herbert A. Simon; empirical microeconomics - another perspective, Oliver E. Williamson.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Mie Augier and James G. March.|