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Choix d'organisation dans un environnement instable. Une analyse macroéconomique

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  • David Thesmar
  • Mathias Thoenig

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[eng] Organisational choice in an unstable environment: a macroeconomic perspective. . According to Aoki [86], a firm's organisational choice depends on the product market instability. In order to assess the macroeconomic consequences of this statement, we embed a tradeoff between reactivity and production process effi­ciency into a model of growth through creative destruction. General equilibrium analysis outlines macroeconomic strategic complementarities, who generate mul­tiple equilibria. In particular, we find that a rise in the skilled labour supply may increase the skill premium. [fre] Organisational choice in an unstable environment: a macroeconomic perspective. . According to Aoki [86], a firm's organisational choice depends on the product market instability. In order to assess the macroeconomic consequences of this statement, we embed a tradeoff between reactivity and production process effi­ciency into a model of growth through creative destruction. General equilibrium analysis outlines macroeconomic strategic complementarities, who generate mul­tiple equilibria. In particular, we find that a rise in the skilled labour supply may increase the skill premium..

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  • David Thesmar & Mathias Thoenig, 1999. "Choix d'organisation dans un environnement instable. Une analyse macroéconomique," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 50(3), pages 393-403.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1999_num_50_3_410084
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