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The Economics of choice, change and organization : essays in memory of Richard M. Cyert

Author: Richard M Cyert; Mie Augier; James G March
Publisher: Cheltenham [etc.] : Edward Elgar, cop. 2002.
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These essays were commissioned in honour of the ideas and work of the late Richard M. Cyert. They examine the economics of decision making, uncertainty, information processing, learning, evolution  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard M Cyert; Mie Augier; James G March
ISBN: 1840643218 9781840643213
OCLC Number: 803835325
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.

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