Discussing the Company: Model, Metaphor and Image


Management Decision

1999, n°37/10, pp.817-824

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion

Distributions with known initial hazard rate functions

M. Shaked, M. SCARSINI

Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference

1999, vol. 78, n°1-2, pp.39-55

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision

The purpose of this paper is to study the distributional properties of a non-negative random vector , based on the knowledge of the initial hazard rate functions only. First we study various stochastic orders and stochastic bounds of random vectors that have the same initial hazard rate functions. Then we include some comments about extensions of the results of the paper to n-dimensional vectors (n>2). The results in this paper have various applications in the competing risks theory

Dynamic linkages for multivariate distributions with given nonoverlapping multivariate marginals

M. SCARSINI, M. Shaked, H. Li

Journal of Multivariate Analysis

1999, vol. 68, pp.54-77

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision

Earnings Management to Exceed Thresholds

J. Patel, F. DEGEORGE, R. Zeckhauser

Journal of Business

janvier 1999, vol. 72, n°1, pp.1-33

Départements : Finance

Echanger. Echanges économiques et changements sur la toile


Cultures en Mouvement

mars 1999, n°15, pp.39-42

Départements : Marketing

Economie et marketing : quelles proximités ?

L. MARUANI, E. Le Nagard-Assayag, P. Benghozi

Revue Française de Gestion

septembre-octobre 1999, n°125, pp.91-98

Départements : Marketing

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


Information Systems Research

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

Départements : Informations Systems and Operations Management

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

Faut-il refonder le marketing ?

L. MARUANI, A. Boyer

Revue Française de Gestion

septembre-octobre 1999, n°125, pp.63-134

Départements : Marketing

numéro spécial

From Corporate Culture to Corporate Identity


International Studies of Management and Organization

1999, vol. 2, n°4, pp.352-360

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

Groupes opérationnels et processus inconscients


Revue Française de Psychanalyse

juillet-septembre 1999, vol. LXIII, n°3, pp.905-916

Départements : Management et Ressources Humaines

The history of training on group dynamics-shows that the groups involved practically, have, surprisingly, been set to one side by clinicians, to the benefit of the study of therapeutic groups or focussing on the group. Whilst, however,:phenomena that take place in operational groups can have light shed on them, iri part, by the research carried out in the context of the latter, they do also present their own specific characteristics. We will attempt to show how, in particular, "operational" groups oscillate between overstructuring and understructuring of the organisation of work these two poles are the result of archaic anxieties and constitute frequent defensive modes: in the former case (of overstructuring), there is a battle against the emergence of the drive, of complexity, of chaos, that is controlled by bureaucratisation; in the latter case (that of understructuring), there is a fight against differentiation (echoing the maternal image), against recognition of competences and rivalry leading to a pseudo-democracy,The setting-up of a form of "unindulgent" everyday democracy that is more authentic and profound than that conceived by a non psychoanalytic psycho-sociology, depends on the comprehension of the processes at play at this level.