Behavioral Theory of the Firm

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Wiley, Jul 27, 1992 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
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Behavioural Theory of the Firm has become a classic work in organizational theory, and is one of the most significant contributions to improving the theory of the firm. This second edition includes new material which puts the original text in a contemporary context.

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I found this book to be completely unreadable and I really gave it a good shot because I am interested in understanding the behavioral theory of the firm (or at least I was before trying to read this sucker). Read full review

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Richard Cyert is President of the Carnegie Bosch Institute at the Carnegie Mellon University. He is also author/co-author of numerous books and has published over 100 articles in economics, management and behavioral sciences.

James March is Fred H Merrill Professor of Management, and Professor of Political Science and Sociology at Stanford University. He has jointly written many books and has written numerous articles on the subject of behavioral science.

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