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FOR AN ARTIFICIALIST WAY OF THINKING ORGANIZATION

Abstract : This work originates from the statement that the design of organizations was not considered in a systematic way by the theorist or the expert of the field. The word design is not mentioned, or if it is, it is generally assimilated to the choice of a structure in a constraint environment. We will however show in the present contribution that organizations can really be regard as artifact and by this way that it is possible to develop a science of organization design. To this end we will first present what science of design and Artificialism are. Then it will be possible to consider the multiples implications of the aforesaid point of view for the theory of the firm and to whom such a work can be useful.
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Joelle Forest. FOR AN ARTIFICIALIST WAY OF THINKING ORGANIZATION. The Changing Firm. Contributions from the history of economic thought, 7th Conference of the Associazione Italiana per la Storia del Pensiero Economico (AISPE), Feb 2003, Brescia, Italy. ⟨halshs-01070614⟩

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