Articles

Book Review : Asia Falling: Making Sense of the Asian Currency Crisis and its Aftermath, Callum Henderson

J. OLIVIER

Asia-Pacific Journal of Management

avril 1999, vol. 16, n°1, pp.173-175

Départements : Finance, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Business Education in the Information Society

M. Norbis, L. KERBACHE

Gestion 2000

juillet-août 1999, vol. 4

Départements : Information Systems and Operations Management, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Cav u and the dual game

B. De Meyer, D. ROSENBERG

Mathematics of Operations Research

août 1999, vol. 24, n°3, pp.619-626

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)


We give an alternative proof of a theorem of Aumann and Maschler that characterizes the limit of the values of finitely repeated games with lack of information on one side as the concavification of the value of the game where none of the players has any information. Our proof is based on Fenchel duality techniques.

Compétition par l'innovation et dynamique des systèmes de conception dans les entreprises françaises. Remarques à partir de la confrontation, de trois secteurs

S. BEN MAHMOUD-JOUINI, C. Midler

Entreprises et Histoire

octobre 1999, n°23, pp.36-62

Départements : Information Systems and Operations Management, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Copyright and distribution channels : an attempt to model remuneration structures

P. Benghozi, T. PARIS

International Journal of Arts Management

printemps 1999, vol. 1, n°3, pp.44-58

Départements : GREGHEC (CNRS)


Creating New Resources Through European R&D Partnerships

C. Mothe, B. QUÉLIN

Technology Analysis and Strategic Management

1999, vol. 11, n°1, pp.31-43

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


This paper describes the way firms participating in R&D consortia can benefit from the outcome of common R&D. More specificially, it is suggested that R&D consortia, which are part of the European EUREKA initiative, provide appropriate organizational structures for the creation of new knowledge and competencies. This qualitative research shows that both the function provided to the consortium and in-house capabilities help partners to create resources thanks to co-operative R&D. The links between R&D co-operative outcomes and both the organizational design of the consortium and the internal capabilities of member firms are of general interest for all companies involved in comparable types of consortia and, more generally, in technological partnerships.

Exploring the impact of DSS, cognitive effort & incentives on strategy selection

P. A. TODD, I. BENBASAT

Information Systems Research

décembre 1999, vol. 10, n°4, pp.356-374

Départements : Information Systems and Operations Management, GREGHEC (CNRS)

Mots clés : Cognitive Effort, Decision Strategy, Decision Support Systems, Financial Incentives


Decision support system (DSS) researchers have long debated whether or not the provision of a DSS would lead to greater decision-making effectiveness, efficiency, or both. The work described in this paper examines how DSS designers can guide users towards employing more normative decision strategies. Working from notions of restrictiveness and decisional guidance (Silver 1990) supplemented by the cost-benefit framework of cognition, we explain how DSS capabilities influence decision behavior and performance through the manipulation of effort. The results of this work should assist DSS developers to devise directed or nondirected approaches to effect desired behaviors

From Corporate Culture to Corporate Identity

B. MOINGEON

International Studies of Management and Organization

1999, vol. 2, n°4, pp.352-360

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Halévy's Bentham is Bentham

P. MONGIN, N. Sigot

Philosophy

1999, vol. 74, pp.271-281

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Internal Validity of Conjoint Analysis Under Alternative Measurement Procedures

R. Darmon, D. ROUZIES

Journal of Business Research

1999, n°46, pp.67-81

Départements : Marketing, GREGHEC (CNRS)


This simulation study investigates how conjoint analysis recovers various types of respondents' utility functions for specific attributes when the dependent variable is measured with rank order and n-point rating scales. The results show that: (1) the selected scaling procedure significantly affects various aspects of the utility Junction recoveries; and (2) the scaling procedure differentially affects the internal validity of conjoint analysis depending upon the chosen conjoint design and some basic characteristics of the underlying "true" utility functions. Implications for marketing researchers are discussed.


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