Evolutionary economics, organisational evolution, and behavioural approach: in search of commonalities

Katarzyna Piórkowska , Ewa Stańczyk-Hugiet


The overarching aim of the paper is to find the commonalities amongst evolutionary economics, organisational evolution, and behavioural approach and more specifically to conceptually clarify the extent to which the driving forces of organisational change can be explained by those fields. The aim has been realised through extensive literature studies and deductive referring. The key findings are as follows: 1) the separation of micro (individual) level from macro (organisational) level of analysing organisational behaviour requires a call for an integrative theory taking into account routine and non-routine organisational behaviour as the potential tool enabling an organisational change; 2) the behavioural theory of the firm seems to be well positioned to integrate constructs across levels as well as to integrate the phenomena inquired in evolutionary economics and organisational evolution fields since it stems from analysing individual decision-making along with process explanations for economically important firm decisions
Author Katarzyna Piórkowska (MISaF / IOaM / KSiMZ)
Katarzyna Piórkowska,,
- Katedra Strategii i Metod Zarządzania
, Ewa Stańczyk-Hugiet (MISaF / IOaM / KSiMZ)
Ewa Stańczyk-Hugiet,,
- Katedra Strategii i Metod Zarządzania
Journal seriesInternational Journal of Economics and Business Research, ISSN 1756-9850, e-ISSN 1756-9869, (B 6 pkt)
Issue year2017
Publication size in sheets0.8
Keywords in Englishevolutionary economics, organisational evolution, behavioural approach, behavioural theory of the firm
ASJC Classification2000 General Economics, Econometrics and Finance; 1400 General Business, Management and Accounting
URL http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=87489
Languageen angielski , en angielski
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Score (nominal)6
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 6.0, 05-02-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Publication indicators Scopus Citations = 1; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2017 = 0.133
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