Eterogeneità delle imprese e varietà dei modelli organizzativi. Conoscenze, risorse, relazioni, e istituzioni: verso una prospettiva integrata della teoria dell’impresa
The principal aim of this paper is to demonstrate that transaction cost analysis could be useful integrate in a more advanced perspective of dynamic capabilities. We think to answer to an old classic coasian’s problem of existence of the firm as an entity separated by market and moreover to show normatively some useful parameters to the comprehension of micro-decision making in contrast with optimisation standard approach. . Consequently the first aim of this work is to explore the process of heterogeneity of the firm and the co-generation of a deep variety of organizations. Our principal starting point of analysis is the shumpeterian theory of innovation as an evolutionary theory of the firm ante litteram
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