The economics of business culture: Game theory, transaction costs and economic performance
Опубликовано на портале: 21-10-2003
Oxford: Claredon Press, 1997, 286 с.
Mark Casson, a respected economist, sets out in a rigorous but accessible way, the theory that the culture in which a firm operates has a profound effect on its productivity. One of the topics covered by this book - the role of leadership and manipulation of performance in business culture - is very important and has been largely neglected until now.
- Why Culture Really Matters
- .How Leaders Inspire Achievement
II.Co-ordination with Pairwise Encounters
- How Culture Sustains Trade
- The Causes of Catastrophe
- Promoting Participation
- Reciprocity and Revenge
- Team Spirit
- Intermediators: The Middle-Class Middlemen
- Small is Cosy: Intimate Relations in Small Groups
IV.Collective Co-ordination and Social Justice
- From Free-riding to Philanthropy
- Distribution and Justice
- Collusion as Moral Crusade
- Business Culture
- Policy Implications
- Summary and Conclusions
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