The Evolution of Organizations

The Evolution of Organizations

Elgar Research Reviews in Business

John Child

This research review brings together a selection of significant articles by leading academics as to how organizations and their environments evolve over time. It examines the foundation of evolutionary thinking, its application to the evolution of organizational populations and industries, the question of how individual organizations evolve, and the co-evolution of organizations and their environments.

Review Article

John Child

Subjects: business and management, organisation studies, strategic management, economics and finance, evolutionary economics

This research review brings together a selection of significant articles by leading academics as to how organizations and their environments evolve over time. It examines the foundation of evolutionary thinking, its application to the evolution of organizational populations and industries, the question of how individual organizations evolve, and the co-evolution of organizations and their environments.

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