Table of contents for Managerial economics and organizational architecture / James A. Brickley, Clifford W. Smith, Jr., Jerold L. Zimmerman.


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Part 1: Basic Concepts
Chapter   1 Introduction
Chapter   2 Economist’s View of Behavior 
Chapter   3 Markets, Organizations, and the Role of Knowledge 

Part 2: Managerial Economics 
Chapter   4 Demand 
Chapter   5 Production and Cost 
Chapter   6 Market Structure   
Chapter   7 Pricing with Market Power 
Chapter   8 Economics of Strategy: Creating and Capturing Value   
Chapter   9 Economics of Strategy: Game Theory 
Chapter  10  Incentive Conflicts and Contracts 

Part 3: Designing Organizational Architecture 
Chapter 11  Organizational Architecture 
Chapter 12  Decision Rights: The Level of Empowerment 
Chapter 13  Decision Rights:  Bundling Tasks into Jobs and Subunits 
Chapter 14  Attracting and Retaining Qualified Employees 
Chapter 15  Incentive Compensation 
Chapter 16  Individual Performance Evaluation 
Chapter 17  Divisional Performance Evaluation 
Chapter 18  Choosing the Legal Form of Organization*

Part 4: Applications of Organizational Architecture 
Chapter 19  Vertical Integration and Outsourcing 
Chapter 20  Leadership: Motivating Change within Organizations 
Chapter 21  Understanding the Business Environment: Economics of Regulation 
Chapter 22  Organizational Architecture and the Process of Management Innovation
Chapter 23  Management Innovations and Organizational Architecture  

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Managerial economics, Organizational effectiveness