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Published by Springer Vienna in Vienna .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mathematics,
  • Operations research,
  • Management information systems

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In a rapidly changing economical environment, quick adaptation is one of the crucial tasks for modern management and permanent learning is a key-factor in the struggle for successfully coping with this challenge. The learning process itself is based not only upon the information gathered on the market, but also upon the totality of knowledge within the company. This book develops a theory of a firm that is based on these principles rather than on optimization and classical equilibrium. It uses quantitative models to describe adaptive firm behavior, the various types of learning as well as various domains of application (organization of new production development, adoption of business models, market entry etc.). It gives an introduction to the various mathematical models of learning and to the applications to problems in microeconomics as well as in business administration. The reader can expect a comprehensive introduction to the subject, its significance for economic theory and managerial practice.

Edition Notes

Statementby Herbert Dawid, Karl Doerner, Richard F. Hartl, Marc Reimann, Georg Dorffner, Thomas Fent, Markus Feurstein, Andreas Mild, Martin Natter, Alfred Taudes
SeriesInterdisciplinary Studies in Economics and Management -- 3, Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics and Management -- 3
ContributionsDoerner, Karl, Hartl, Richard F., Reimann, Marc, Dorffner, Georg, Fent, Thomas, Feurstein, Markus, Mild, Andreas, Natter, Martin, Taudes, Alfred
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ350-390, QA10.4
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (166 p.)
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27084010M
ISBN 103709172802, 3709161584
ISBN 109783709172803, 9783709161586
OCLC/WorldCa851381819

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