Routledge, 2007. – 236 p. –ISBN: 0415395097, 9780415395090This book brings together some of the world's leading experts on the economics of the firm. The aim is to eschew standard approaches to the economics of the firm, including analysis of transaction costs in favor of a more interdisciplinary outlook, with evolutionary economics taken into account. Central to this is the concept of trust and the belief that any approach to the firm must recognize and cultural and political factors.Contents: List of figures and tables List of contributors Preface Introduction: the firm in an interdisciplinary context – Michael Dietrich The economics of the firm: analysis and background The nature of the firm revisited – Michael Dietrich Trust, learning and the firm – BArT Nooteboom Accounting and the economic analysis of the firm as an entity – Yuri Biondi The value of integration: old institutional economics and new institutional sociology – Hassan Yazdifar The economics of the firm: change and evolution The evolutionary theory of the firm: routines, complexity and change – Werner Holzl Insights into the self-reproduction of the firm with the Von Neumann automaton model – PaveL Luksha A Penrosean theory of the firm: implications and applications for the study of the growth of young firms – Erik Stam, Elizabeth Garnsey and PauL Heffernan Entrepreneurship and corporate ownership: an Austrian view – Stavros Ioannides The economics of the firm: history and organization Business history and the organization of industry – Jackie Krafft The firm in history: city–industry relations: a case study of the engineering sector in the UK economy during the interwar years – Sue Bowden, David Higgins and Christopher PriceIndex
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