Economic Theory of Teams
by Jacob Marschak, Roy Radner
Publisher: Yale University Press 1972
Number of pages: 355
The book is concerned with economic, that is, optimal, efficient ways of providing information and of allocating it among decision-makers who constitute a team: optimal, that is, with respect to common interests and beliefs. An Epilogue points to a fuller theory of organization.
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