'The present volume - a major tribute collection in memory of Richard Cyert, co-edited by James March, and containing a paper by the late Herbert Simon - provides a useful roadmap of the influences this group has had on both heterodox and more mainstream thought. . . this book belongs in every university library.' - Richard N. Langlois, Journal of Economic Literature 'This collection is useful reading for scholars working in behavioral and adaptive economics, as well as information processing and learning in organizations. Overall, the essays offer an overview of the state of the art in behavioral and evolutionary theories of the firm and some very interesting new insights.' - Sampsa Samila, Administrative Science Quarterly This collection of original essays has been commissioned especially for this volume in honour of the ideas and work of the late Richard M. Cyert who made a seminal contribution to the fields of industrial organization and change. In keeping with the range and significance of his work, the essays in this book examine the economics of decision making, uncertainty, information processing, learning, evolution and organizational structure.Essays in Memory of Richard M. Cyert Richard Michael Cyert, Mie Augier, James G. March ... The chapters in this book provide a sampler of exemplars, and more extended treatments are available elsewhere (Cyert and March, 1992; Day andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Economics of Choice, Change and Organization|
|Author||:||Richard Michael Cyert, Mie Augier, James G. March|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Pub - 2002-01-01|