ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: A SURVEY

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: A SURVEY The survey classifies economic theories of the firm into four categories based on the level of aggregation in economic models: (1) neoclassical, (2) industrial organization, (3) contractual, and (4) organizational incentive. Economic theories of the firm are evaluated on the basis of their potential application to problems of management decision making. The survey suggests that a management perspective can be useful in developing an integrated theoretical analysis of the firm that addresses both competitive strategy and organizational design. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Wiley

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: A SURVEY

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1992 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
1058-6407
eISSN
1530-9134
DOI
10.1111/j.1430-9134.1992.00535.x
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Abstract

The survey classifies economic theories of the firm into four categories based on the level of aggregation in economic models: (1) neoclassical, (2) industrial organization, (3) contractual, and (4) organizational incentive. Economic theories of the firm are evaluated on the basis of their potential application to problems of management decision making. The survey suggests that a management perspective can be useful in developing an integrated theoretical analysis of the firm that addresses both competitive strategy and organizational design.

Journal

Journal of Economics & Management StrategyWiley

Published: Sep 1, 1992

References

  • The Nature of the Firm
    Coase, Coase
  • Signalling and the Pricing of New Issues
    Grinblatt, Grinblatt; Hwang, Hwang
  • A Sequential Signaling Model of Convertible Debt Call Policy
    Harris, Harris; Raviv, Raviv
  • Capital Structure and the Informational Role of Debt
    Harris, Harris; Raviv, Raviv
  • Dividend Policy under Asymmetric Information
    Miller, Miller; Rock, Rock

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