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The Human firm: a socio-economic analysis of its behavior and potential in a new economic age

Author: Tomer, John F. Series: Advances in social economics Publisher: Routledge 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 228 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0415199271Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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The Human Firm A socio-economic analysis of its behavior and potential in a new economic age Contents List of illustrations About the author Preface Acknowledgments 1 Introduction PART I ix xi xiii xv 1 Embeddedness and organizational capital: applying two key concepts 17 2 The human firm in the socio-economy: embeddedness and socioeconomic failure 19 3 Organizational capital and joining-up: linking the individual to the organization and to society PART II 37 Competitiveness: rational decision making, flexibility and integration, and leadership 4 Rational organizational decision making in the human firm: a socio-economic model 5 Strategy and structure in the human firm: beyond hierarchy, toward flexibility and integration 6 Beyond the machine model of the firm: toward a holistic human model 57 59 80 101 viii Contents PART III Responsibility in relationships with stakeholders: community, employees, customers and government 7 Social responsibility in the human firm: toward a new theory of the firm's external relationships 8 The human firm in the natural environment: a socioeconomic analysis of its behavior 9 Beyond transaction markets, toward relationship marketing in the human firm: a socio-economic model 10 A new rationale for industrial policy: developing the capabilities of the learning firm PART IV 117 119 141 158 178 Conclusion 11 Summing up: firms, policies and economic systems in a new economic age Notes Bibliography Index 193 195 205 210 222

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