FOUR FORMALIZABLE THEORIES OF THE FIRM PDF

Professor Jackson has chosen works which have shaped the views of how the economics of organisation and bureaucracy are viewed today and has included papers from conflicting ends of the spectrum to illustrate the fluid and evolving nature of the subject. This differs from traditional transaction cost literature which views the firm as a governance structure. Journal of Economic Behavior Organization 58 2 , , The Economics of Organisation and Bureaucracy.

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Klein Leave a comment. Lest readers think I oppose formalization per se , let me take a moment to strongly recommend this paper, which provides an excellent summary and synthesis of several critical issues in the economic theory of the firm. This review is also pretty good. Gibbons distinguishes among four theories of the firm: rent seeking, property rights, incentive systems, and adaptation.

As Gibbons notes:. While Williamson tends to emphasize authority as a means of mitigating rent-seeking over appropriable quasi-rents, Gibbons argues that authority can provide a rationale for integration even the absence of relationship-specific investments.

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Four formal(izable) theories of the firm?

Klein Leave a comment. Lest readers think I oppose formalization per se , let me take a moment to strongly recommend this paper, which provides an excellent summary and synthesis of several critical issues in the economic theory of the firm. This review is also pretty good. Gibbons distinguishes among four theories of the firm: rent seeking, property rights, incentive systems, and adaptation. As Gibbons notes:. While Williamson tends to emphasize authority as a means of mitigating rent-seeking over appropriable quasi-rents, Gibbons argues that authority can provide a rationale for integration even the absence of relationship-specific investments. Shockingly, Gibbons does not cite us in his survey — what are they reading over at MIT these days?

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