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Banks as organizations

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  • Engwall, Lars

    (Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University)

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In analyzing banks as organizations this paper employs a model which distinguishes between three main actor groups in an organization: providers, personnel and customers. They are linked together by technology through different kinds of actor interface. Through the analysis four organizational issues are identified: flow, technology, allocation and quality. In addition different organizational solutions to handle these issues are discussed.

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  • Engwall, Lars, 2008. "Banks as organizations," Working Papers 1990:8, Uppsala University, Department of Business Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhb:uufewp:9008
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    banks; organizational theory; banker; bankväsen; organisationsteori;

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