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Nicolai J. Foss

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Nicolai J. Foss
économiste

Dates Né en 1964
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Tendance école autrichienne
Origine Danemark Danemark
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Nicolai J. Foss, économiste danois, né le 12 octobre 1964, est professeur de Stratégie et d'Organisation à la Copenhagen Business School (CBS) et à l'école norvégienne de science économique et d'administration des affaires. Avec son épouse Kirsten Foss, il partage leurs vies entre Vedbæk, au Danemark et Bergen, en Norvège.

Nicolai J. Foss a obtenu son doctorat à la Copenhagen Business School.

Il a aussi enseigné dans les universités d'Agder et de Lund. Il dirige le Centre CBS de recherche sur le management stratégique et sur la mondialisation. Ses travaux ont été publiés dans des revues majeures de gestion.

Nicolai J. Foss est un spécialiste de la théorie de la firme et du management stratégique. Il est influencé par l'approche d'Herbert A. Simon, d'Edith Penrose et de l'école autrichienne d'économie. Ses intérêts de recherche principaux concernent la théorie du management par les ressources, la théorie de la firme et la méthodologie en sciences sociales.

Publications

De 1989 à 1994

  • 1989, “Subjektivisme, Hermeneutik og Institutioner - et Neo-Østrigsk Perspektiv”, In: C. Knudsen, dir., Institutionalismen i amfundsvidenskaberne. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur
  • 1993,
    • a. The Theory of the Firm: Contractual and Competence Perspectives, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol 3, June, pp127-144
    • b. More on Knight and the Theory of the Firm, Managerial and Decision Economics, 14, (July), pp269-276
    • c. The Two Coasian Traditions, Review of Political Economy, 4, December, pp508-32

De 1995 à 1999

  • 1996,
    • a. “The “Alternative” Theories of Knight and Coase, and the Modern Theory of the Firm”. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 18, no.1, pp76-95
    • b. “Post-Marshallian and Austrian Economics: Towards a Fruitful Liaison? Advances in Austrian Economics 3: 213-221
    • c. “Spontaneous Social Order: Economics and Schützian Sociology”. American Journal of Economics and Sociology 55(1), January, pp73-86
    • d. “Harold Malmgren's Analysis of the Firm: Lessons for Modern Theorists?” Review of Political Economy 8: 349-366
    • e. Whither the Competence Perspective?, In: Nicolai J Foss et Christian Knudsen, Dir., Towards a Competence Theory of the Firm, London: Routledge
    • f. More Critical Comments on Knowledge-Based Theories of the Firm, Organization Science, Vol. 7, n°5, Sep. - Oct., pp519-523
    • g. Capabilities and the theory of the firm, Revue d’Economie Industrielle, Vol 77, n°77 pp7-28
    • h. ‘Knowledge-based approaches to the theory of the firm: some critical comments’, Organization Science, 7, pp470–476
    • i. “Research in strategy, economics, and Michael Porter”, Journal of Management Studies, January, Vol 33, n°1, pp1-24
    • j. "On the Relations Between Evolutionary and Contractual Theories of the Firm", Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy, Copenhagen Business School
    • k. "Firms, Incomplete Contracts, and Organizational Learning", Human Systems Management, Vol 15, pp17-26
  • 1997,
    • a. Economics, Institutions and Ludwig Von Mises, Cultural Dynamics, 9: 77-96
    • b. Evolutionary Economics and the Theory of the Firm: Assessments and Proposal for Research, in J. Reijnders (1997) (ed.), Economics and Evolution, Chelthenam: Edward Elgar
    • c. Austrian Economics and Game Theory: An Evaluation and a Stocktaking, Review of Austrian Economics 13: 41-58
    • d. Ethics, Discovery, and Strategy, Journal of Business Ethics 16: 1131-1142
    • e. Resources, Firms and Strategy: A Reader in the Resource-Based Perspective, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • f. "Austrian insights and the theory of the firm", In, Roger Koppl et Steven Horwitz, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 4", Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp175-198
    • g. Resources and Strategy: A Reader, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • h. On the Rationales of Corporate Headquarters, Industrial and Corporate Change, 6: 313-339
    • i. On Austrian Economics and Neo-Institutionalist Economics, In: Bert Tieben, Willem Keizer et Rudy van Zijp, dir., Austrian Economics in Debate, New York, NY: Routledge, pp243-263
    • j. avec M. Iversen, Promoting synergies in multiproduct firms: Toward a resource-based view, Working Papers from Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy, Copenhagen Business School n°97-12
    • k. The classical theory of production and the capabilities view of the firm, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol 24, n°5, pp307-323
  • 1998,
    • a. Firms and the Coordination of Knowledge: Some Austrian Insights, DRUID Working Paper n° 98-19, Septembre 1998, 32 pages
    • b. Edith Penrose and the Penrosians - or, why there is still so much to learn from The Theory of the Growth of the Firm, Working Paper Series, Department of Industrial Economics & Strategy, Copenhagen Business School, No 98-1
    • c. The Competence-Based Approach: Veblenian Ideas in the Contemporary Theory of the Firm, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol 22, n°4
    • d. Equilibrium versus Evolution in the Resource-Based Perspective: Demsetz vs Penrose, In: Nicolai J Foss et Paul L. Robertson, Resources, Technology and Strategy
    • e. Incomplete Contracts and Economic Organization: Brian Loasby and the Theory of the Firm, In: Peter Earl et Sheila Dow, Dir., Economic Knowledge and Economic Coordination: Essays in Honour of Brian Loasby, Aldershot: Edward Elgar
    • f. avec Brian Loasby, "Introduction: Capabilities and Coordination", In: Nicolaï J. Foss, Brian Loasby, dir., "Economic Organization, Capabilities, and Coordination: Essays in Honour of George B. Richardson", London: Routledge, pp1-13
    • g. The New Growth Theory: Some Intellectual Growth Accounting, Journal of Economic Methodology 5: 223-246
    • h. “The Resource-Based Perspective: An Assessment and Diagnosis of Problems”, Scandinavian Journal of Management, Vol 14, n°3, pp133-149
    • i. "Austrian and Post-Marshallian Economics: The Bridging Work of George B. Richardson", In: Nicolai J. Foss, Brian Loasby, dir., "Economic Organization, Capabilities, and Coordination: Essays in Honour of George B. Richardson", London: Routledge, pp138-162

de 2000 à 2004

  • 2000,
    • a. “The Costs of Internal Hybrids: The Rise and Decline of the Oticon Spaghetti Organization,” LINK Working Paper 2000-18
    • b. Whither Economic Organization?, LINK Working Paper, Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy, Copenhagen Business School
    • c. "Austrian Economics and Game Theory: An Evaluation and a Stocktaking", Review of Austrian Economics 13: 41-58
    • d. "Equilibrium vs Evolution in the Resource-based Perspective", In: Nicolai J. Foss et Paul L. Robertson, Dirs., Resources, Technology, and Strategy. London: Routledge
    • e. avec Kirsten Foss, ”Theoretical Isolation in Contract Economics, Journal of Economic Methodology 7: 313-339
    • f. avec Kirsten Foss, ”Learning in Firms: Knowledge-Based and Property Rights Perspectives,” European Journal of Social and Economic Systems 14: 119-142
    • g. The Dangers and Attractions of Theoretical Eclecticism, Journal of Macromarketing, 20, no. 1: 65–67
    • h. The Theory of the Firm: an Introduction to Themes and Contributions, In: Nicolai J. Foss, The Theory of the Firm: Critical Perspectives in Economic Organization, London: Routledge
    • i. avec H. Lando et S. Thomsen, The Theory of the Firm, In: Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Boudewijn Bouckaert et Gerrit De Geest, Dir., vol. Volume III - The Regulation of Contracts, pp631– 658. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
    • j. Equilibrium and Evolution: The Conflicting Legacies of Demsetz and Penrose, In: Nicolai J Foss et Paul L. Robertson, dir., Resources, Technology, and Strategy. London: Routledge
    • k. avec Volker Mahnke, Strategy and the market process perspective, In: Jackie Krafft, dir., The Process of Competition, Aldershot: Edward Elgar
    • l. "The Dangers and Attractions of Theoretical Eclecticism", Journal of Macromarketing, June, Vol 20, pp65-67
  • 2003,
    • a. The Strategic Management and Transaction Cost Nexus: Past Debates, Central Questions, and Future Research Possibilities, Strategic Organization, May 1, 1(2): 139 - 169
    • b. Selective Intervention and Internal Hybrids: Interpreting and Learning from the Rise and Decline of the Oticon Spaghetti Organization, Strategic Organization 14(3): 331-349
    • c. Bounded rationality and tacit knowledge in the organizational capabilities approach: an assessment and a reevaluation, Industrial and Corporate Change 12: 185-201
    • d. Bounded rationality in the economics of organization: ‘‘Much cited and little used’’, Journal of Economic Psychology, 24, pp245–264
    • e. avec V. Mahnke, ‘Knowledge Management: What can Organizational Economics Contribute?’, In: M. Easterby-Smith et Lyles, dir., Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management, Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp78–103
    • f. avec Thorbjørn Knudsen, “The Resource-Based Tangle: Towards a Sustainable Explanation of Competitive Advantage”, Managerial and Decision Economics, June, Vol 24, n°4, pp291-307

de 2005 à 2009

  • 2008,
    • a. avec Peter Abell et Teppo Felin, Building Microfoundations for the Routines, Capabilities and Performance Link, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol 29, pp489-502
    • b. avec Peter G. Klein, Yasemin Y. Kor et Joseph T. Mahoney, Entrepreneurship, subjectivism, and the resource-based view: Towards a new synthesis, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2, pp13–94
    • c. avec Christian Bjørnskov, "Economic Freedom and Entrepreneurial Activity: Some Cross-Country Evidence", Public Choice, Vol 134, n°3-4, pp307–328
    • d. avec Kirsten Foss, "Understanding Opportunity Discovery and Sustainable Advantage: the Role of Transaction Costs and Property Rights", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 2, pp191–207
  • 2009,
    • a. avec Rajshree Agarwal, Jay B. Barney et Peter G. Klein, Heterogeneous resources and the financial crisis: Implications of strategic management theory, Strategic Organization, 7, pp467–484
    • b. avec Snejina Michailova, dir., "Knowledge governance : processes and perspectives", Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
    • c. avec Snejina Michailova, "Knowledge governance : themes and questions", In: Nicolai J. Foss et Snejina Michailova, dir., "Knowledge governance : processes and perspectives", Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
    • d. avec Nicolai Foss, "Managerial Authority When Knowledge is Distributed : A Knowledge Governance Perspective", In: Nicolai J. Foss, Snejina Michailova, dir., "Knowledge Governance: Processes and Perspectives", Oxford : Oxford University Press, pp108-137
    • e. avec Snejina Michailova, "Knowledge governance : what have we learned? and where are we heading?", In: Nicolai J. Foss, Snejina Michailova, dir., "Knowledge governance : processes and perspectives", Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
    • f. avec Kirsten Foss, "Assets, attributes and ownership", In: Nicolai J. Foss, dir., "Knowledge, Economic Organization and Property Rights: Selected papers", Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, pp265-228
    • g. dir., "Knowledge, Economic Organization and Property Rights: Selected papers", Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated
    • h. avec Peter G. Klein, Kirsten Foss, "Original and derived judgment : An entrepreneurial theory of economic organization", In: Nicolai J. Foss, dir., "Knowledge, economic organization and property rights: Selected papers", Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, pp297-316

Depuis 2010

  • 2010,
    • a. “Austrian economics and the theory of the firm”, In: Peter G. Klein et Michael E. Sykuta, dir., The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar
    • b. avec Joseph T. Mahoney et Patricia Ordonez de Pablos, “Knowledge Governance: Contributions and Unresolved Issues”, International Journal of Strategic Change Management, 2 (4), pp263-268
    • c. avec Joseph T. Mahoney, "Exploring Knowledge Governance", International Journal of Strategic Change Management, 2 (2), pp93–101
    • d. avec Peter G. Klein, "Alertness, Action, and the Antecedents of Entrepreneurship", Journal of Private Enterprise, Vol 25, n°2, Spring, pp145-164
    • e. avec Peter G. Klein, "Entrepreneurial Alertness and Opportunity Discovery: Origins, Attributes, Critique", In: Hans Landström, Franz Lohrke, dir. "The Historical Foundations of Entrepreneurship Research", Aldershot, Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp91–120
    • f. "Property rights economics", In: Peter G. Klein, Michael E. Sykuta, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics", Aldershot, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp92-106
    • g. "Bounded rationality and organizational economics", In: Peter G. Klein, Michael E. Sykuta, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics", Aldershot, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp133-139
    • h. avec Peter G. Klein, "Critiques of transaction cost economics: an overview", In: Peter G. Klein, Michael E. Sykuta, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics", Aldershot, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp263-272
    • i. avec Peter G. Klein, "Austrian economics and the theory of the firm", In: Peter G. Klein, Michael E. Sykuta, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics", Aldershot, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp281-296
    • j. avec Rajshree Agarwal, Jay B. Barney, Peter G. Klein, "Heterogeneous Resources and the Financial Crisis: Implications of Strategic Management Theory", Strategic Organization, Vol 7, pp467–484
  • 2011,
    • a. "Human Capital and Transaction Cost Economics", In: Alan Burton-Jones, JC Spender et Gary Becker, dir., The Oxford Handbook of Human Capital, Ch 6, Oxford University Press
    • b. Eclecticism and the Evolution of Strategy Research, In: Robert Huggins et Hiro Izushi, dir., Competition, Competitive Advantage, and Clusters. The Ideas of Michael Porter, Oxford University Press
  • 2016,
    • a. avec Peter G. Klein, "Entrepreneurial Discovery or Creation? In Search of the Middle Ground", Academy of Management Review,
    • b. avec Kirsten Foss, Peter G. Klein, "Managerial Authority in the Coasean Firm : An Entrepreneurial Perspective", In: Claude Ménard, Elodie Bertrand, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Ronald H. Coase", Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, pp160-171
    • c. avec Peter G. Klein, "Reflections on the 2016 Nobel Memorial Prize for contract theory (Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström)", Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, Vol 9, n°2, dec., pp167-180

Littérature secondaire

  • 2005, Jacques Laurent Ravix, commentaire du livre de Nicolai J. Foss et de Peter G. Klein, Entrepreneurship and the Firm: Austrian Perspectives on Economic Organization, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 15/4, pp473-475
  • 2013, Matt McCaffrey, Commentaire du livre de Nicolai J. Foss et Peter G. Klein, “Organizing Entrepreneurial Judgment: A New Approach to the Firm”, Organization Studies, 34 (7), pp1007-1011
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