Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 6, No 1 (2010)

The Study of Three Organizational Enigmas; Organizational Economy, Organizational Business and Organizational Skills

José G. Vargas Hernández, Mohammad Reza Noruzi


Organizational economics makes important contributions to management theory. The focus of structural contingency theory is on the phenomena of the economy significant in organizational management theory and other new paradigms of organizational theories. However, the theory of
organizational economics has hardly taken the multiple disciplines of organizational behaviour, strategy and theory, but is aligned with the management theories of psychology, sociology and policy dealing with human motivation, induction and enforcement as distinct from the theories of structures, strategies and planning to deal with designs appropriate for a computer on which the will of member compliance is not problematic (Donaldson, 1990). This paper aims to review the organizational economics in detailed and its definitions and implications and characteristic and Elements of organizational economics and also the prescriptive and descriptive organizational economics comes as


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