De A à Z,

les auteurs et les références qui font le management

LEIBENSTEIN Harvey (1922/1994)

Apport : approche de l’efficience et de la performance

 Principales publications :

  • 1950, « Bandwagon, Snob and Veblen Effects in the Theory of Consumer Demand », Quarterly Journal of Economics,
  • 1954, A Theory of Economic-Demographic Development, Foreword by Frank Notestein, Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press
  • 1966, Allocative Efficiency vs. « X-Efficiency », The American Economic Review, Vol. LVI., June 1966
  • 1968, Entrepreneurship and Development, The American Economic Review,
  • 1969, Organizational or Frictional Equilibria, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. LXXXIII, No. 4, November 1969.
  • 1974, Socio-economic Fertility Theories and Their Relevance to Population Policy, International Labour Review, May/June 1974.
  • 1974, An Interpretation of the Economic Theory of Fertility, Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XII
  • 1975, The Economic Theory of Fertility Decline, The Quarterly Journal of Economics
  • 1976, Beyond Economic Man, Cambridge: Harvard: University Press
  • 1978, General X-Efficiency Theory and Economic Development, New York: Oxford University Press
  • 1978, « X-Inefficiency Xists-Reply to an Xorcist, » American Economic Review
  • 1979, « A Branch of Economics Is Missing: Micro-Micro Theory, » Journal of Economic Literature
  • 1979, “The General X-Efficiency Paradigm and the Role of the Entrepreneur”. in: Mario Rizzo (ed.), Time, Uncertainty, and Disequilibrium. Lexington: Heath 1979
  • 1982, “The Prisoners’s Dilemma in the Invisible Hand: An Analysis of Intrafirm Productivity.” American Economic Review, (Papers and Proceedings)
  • 1983, « Property Rights and X-Efficiency: Comment. » American Economic Review