Human Nature and Organization Theory

Human Nature and Organization Theory

On the Economic Approach to Institutional Organization

New Horizons in Management series

Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto

In Human Nature and Organization Theory, Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto challenges the conventional wisdom that (organizational) economics is an amoral and empirically incorrect science. He treads new ground regarding the behavioural portrayal of human nature in organization theory.

Chapter 2: A Non-Behavioral Economic Approach to Institutional Organization: Contribution–distribution Interactions, Interest Equilibration and the Incentive-Compatibility of the Situation

Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto

Subjects: business and management, organisation studies

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