Bibliothèque du Réseau

Cette petite bibliothèque présente une collection progressivement mise à jour, rédigés par des membres du Réseau MCX. Chacun d'eux étant accompagné, dans la mesure du possible de quelques indications de contenu et d'une ou de plusieurs notes de lecture.


  • Complexity And The Economy - Implications for Economic Policy

    Ecrit par : FINCH John, ORILLARD MAGALI

    Systèmes Socio Economiques - Intelligence de la Complexité
    2005 336 pp Hardback 1 84376 668 X

    Mars 2006
    • Contents:

      Introduction: The Scope of Complexity and its Implications for Policy John Finch and Magali Orillard

      Part I: The Development of Complexity Perspectives

      1.Complexity and the Economy: An Interview with W. Brian Arthur  W. Brian Arthur interviewed by Robert Delorme and Geoffrey M. Hodgson 2. Individual and Aggregate Behaviour: Of Ants and Men  Alan Kirman 3. Complexity Needs Strategy First Rather than Simplification: Why I am a Satisficing and Unrepentant Simonian  Jean-Louis Le Moigne

      Part II: Theoretical Perspectives on Complexity

      4. From Possession to Property: Preferences and the Role of Culture  Uta-Maria Niederle 5. Landscape of a Prolific Convergence: Fernand Braudel and Institutional Economics  Eyüp Özveren 6. The Naturalist View of Universal Darwinism: An Application to the Evolutionary Theory of the Firm  J.W. Stoelhorst

      Part III: Complexity in Organizations

      7. Trust and Transaction Costs  Alexander Lascaux 8. Trust in Post-Bureaucratic Organizations  Gráinne Collins 9. Two Complex Lighthouse Production Systems: The Mixed English and the Centralized French Systems  Elodie Bertrand

      Part IV: Complexity, Strategies and Policies 

      10. Complexity and Industry Evolution: New Insights from an Old Industry  Virginia Acha and Stefano Brusoni 11. The Codification of Technological Knowledge, Technological Complexity, and the Division of Innovative Labour: A Case from the Semiconductor Industry in the 1990s  Norio Tokumaru 12. Technology Strategy and Knowledge Dynamics: The Case of Biotechnology Lionel Nesta and Ludovic Dibiaggio 13. Comparing Post-Socialist Employment ‘Informalization’ in the Czech Republic and Hungary Cristina Matos


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