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Sentier de dépendance

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La théorie du sentier de dépendance a été initialement élaborée par Paul A. David pour expliquer les processus d'adoption de la technologie et l'évolution de l'industrie. Ces idées théoriques ont eu une forte influence sur l'économie évolutionniste de Richard R. Nelson et de Sidney G. Winter et sur la théorie de la complexité.


Bibliographie

  • 1985, Paul A. David, "Clio and the economics of QWERTY", American Economic Review, 75(2), pp332-337
  • 1987, W. Brian Arthur, Y. M. Ermoliev et Y. M. Kaniovsky, Path Dependent Processes and the Emergence of Macro-Structure, European Journal of Operation Research, 1, pp294-303
  • 1988, P. A. David, Path-Dependence: Putting The Past Into The Future of Economics, Stanford Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences (Economic Series) Technical Report: 533, August
  • 1989,
    • W. Brian Arthur, "Competing technologies increasing returns and lock-in by historical events", Economic Journal, Vol 99, n°394, pp116–131
    • P. A. David, The Future of Path-Dependent Equilibrium Economics, Stanford Center for Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper Series: 155, August
  • 1993, Ulrich Witt, Path-Dependence in Institutional Change, In: Paul David et C. Antonelli, Path-Dependence and Its Implications for Economic Policy, New York, Basil Blackwell
  • 1994, W. B. Arthur, Increasing returns and path dependence in the economy, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
  • 1995,
    • J. Hausner, B. Jessop et K. Nielsen, dir., "Strategic choice and path-dependency in post-socialism", Edward Elgar, Aldershot et Brookfield
    • Salvatore Rizzello, La path-dependency nella teoria economica e il contributo di F. Momigliano [Le sentier de dépendance dans la théorie économique et la contribution de F. Momigliano], Storia del pensiero economico, n°30, pp23-52
  • 1997,
    • Massimo Egidi et Alessandro Narduzzo, The Emergence of Path Dependent Behaviors in Cooperative Contexts, International Journal of Industrial Organization; 15(6), October, pp677-709
    • L. Magnusson et J. Ottosson, dir., Evolutionary Economics and Path Dependence, Cheltenham, Brookfield
  • 1998,
    • C. E. Helfat, Simple Indicators of Adaptation Versus Rigidity in History Dependent Firm Activities and Decision Rules, Industrial and Corporate Change, 7, pp49-75
    • J. Meyer-Stamer, "Path dependence and regional development: Persistence and change in three industrial clusters in Santa Catarina, Brazil", World Development, 26, pp1495-1511
    • M. Setterfield, "‘Path Dependency’", In: P. A. O’Hara, dir., "Encyclopedia of Political Economy" (Vol. 2), London, Routledge
  • 2000,
    • James Mahoney, Path Dependence in Historical Sociology, Theory and Society, 29(4), pp507-548
    • Paul Pierson, Increasing Returns, Path Dependence, and the Study of Politics, American Political Science Review, 94(2), pp251–267
  • 2001,
    • Paul A. David, "Path dependence, its critics and the quest for ‘historical economic’", In: Pierre Garrouste, Stavros Ioannides, dir., "Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present", Hants: Edward Elgar, pp15-40
    • R. Garud et P. Karnøe, dir., "Path Dependence and Path Creation", Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
  • 2008, Young B. Choi, “Path Dependence and the Korean Alphabet”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol 65, Jan., pp185-201
  • 2009, Andreas Reinstaller et Werner Hölzl, "Big causes and small events: QWERTY and the mechanization of office work", Industrial and Corporate Change, 18(5), pp999-1031
  • 2010, Raghu Garud, Arun Kumaraswamy, Peter Karnøe, "Path dependence or path creation?", Journal of Management Studies, Vol 47, n°4, pp760-774
  • 2011, Philip Holtmann, Georg Schreyögg et Jörg Sydow, "How history matters in organisations: The case of path dependence, Management & Organizational History, February, 6, pp81-100
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