Hayek and Organizational Studies

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Title: Hayek and Organizational Studies
Author: Foss, Nicolai J.; Klein, Peter G.
Abstract: We briefly survey Hayek’s work and argue for its increasing relevance for organizational scholars. Hayek’s work inspired aspects of the transaction cost approach to the firm as well as knowledge management and knowledge-based view of the firm. But Hayek is usually seen within organizational scholarship as a narrow, technical economist. We hope to change that perception here by pointing to his work on rules, evolution, entrepreneurship and other aspects of his wide-ranging oeuvre with substantive implications for organizational theory.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/8655
Date: 2013-02-07

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