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Sidney G. Winter

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Sidney G. Winter
économiste

Dates
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Tendance évolutionnisme
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
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Sidney G. Winter est un économiste qui s'est intéressé à la théorie de la firme sous l'angle de l'évolutionnisme. Sa carrière a été fortement influencée par Joseph Schumpeter. Il est reconnu pour avoir établi en 1982, avec Richard R. Nelson, une théorie des routines organisationnelles.

En 1987, Sydney Winter a fait valoir que les connaissances d'une organisation sont un actif de rentes stratégiques si trois critères sont présents :

  • (1) La connaissance est tacite plutôt que formalisée
  • (2) La connaissance n'est pas observable durant son utilisation
  • (3) La connaissance est complexe plutôt que simple.


Œuvres

  • 1964,
    • a. Economic ‘natural Selection’ and the Theory of the Firm », Yale Economic Essays, vol. 4, Spring, pp225-272
    • b. Commentaire du livre de Richard Cyert et de James G. March, "A Behavioral Theory of the Firm", American Economic Review, Vol 54, pp144-148
  • 1969, A simple remark on the second optimality theorem of welfare economics, Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 1, issue 1, pp99-103
  • 1971, Satisficing, Selection and the Innovating Remnant », Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 85, May, pp237-261
  • 1974, avec Richard R. Nelson, Neoclassical vs. Evolutionary Theories of Economic Growth: Critique and Prospectus, The Economic Journal n. 4 (336), pp886-905
  • 1975,
    • a. avec Richard R. Nelson, Factor Price Changes and Factor Substitution in an Evolutionary Model, Bell Journal of Economics, 6, (2), 466-486
    • b. avec Richard R. Nelson, Growth Theory from an Evolutionary Perspective: The Differential Productivity Puzzle, American Economic Review, 65, (2), pp338-44
    • c. Optimization and evolution in the theory of the firm, In: Adaptive Economic Models, R. H. Day et T. Groves, Dir., New York, Academic Press: 73-118
  • 1976, avec Richard R. Nelson et Herbert L Schuette, Technical Change in an Evolutionary Model, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 90, issue 1, pages 90-118
  • 1977,
    • a. avec Richard R. Nelson, Simulation of Schumpeterian Competition, American Economic Review, vol. 67, n°1, pp271-276
    • b. avec Richard R. Nelson, In Search of Useful Theory of Innovation, Research Policy 5: 36-76
      • Repris In: Innovation : Economic Change and technology policies, proceedings of a Seminar on Technological Innovation, K. A. Stoetman, dir., Birkhauser


  • 1978, avec Richard R. Nelson, Forces Generating and Limiting Concentration under Schumpeterian Competition, The Bell Journal of Economics, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Autumn), pp524-548
  • 1980, avec Richard R. Nelson, Firm and Industry Response to Changed Market Conditions: An Evolutionary Approach, Economic Inquiry, vol. 18, issue 2, pp179-202
  • 1982,
    • a. avec Richard R. Nelson, An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press
    • b. avec Richard R. Nelson, The Schumpeterian Tradeoff Revisited, American Economic Review, vol. 72, issue 1, pp114-32
    • c. An Essay on the Theory of Production, In: Adaptive Economic Models, S. Hymans, Dir., Ann Arbor; University of Michigan Press, pp55-91
  • 1984,
    • a. Schumpeterian Competition in Alternative Technological Regimes », Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 5, p. 287-320
    • b. avec David J. Teece, The Limits of Neoclassical Theory in Management Education. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 74(2), pp116-121
  • 1986,
    • a. The Research Program of the Behavioral Theory of the Firm: Orthodox Critique and Evolutionary Perspective », in B. Gilad and S. Kaish, Handbook of Behavioral Economics, vol. A, Greenwich/CT: JAI Press, pp151-188
    • b. Comments on Arrow and on Lucas, Journal of Business 59(4), Part 2, ppS427-S434
  • 1987
    • a. Competition and Selection, In: J. Eatwell, M. Milgate et P. Newman (Eds.), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, London: Macmillan, vol. 1, pp545-548
    • b. Natural Selection and Evolution », in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate et P. Newman (Eds.), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, London: Macmillan, vol. 3, p. 614-617
    • c. Knowledge and competence as strategic assets, In: David J. Teece, dir., The Competitive Challenge: Strategies for Industrial Innovation and Renewal. Ballinger Publishing Company, Cambridge, MA, pp159–184
    • d. Adaptive Behavior and Economic Theory, In: R. M. Hogarth et M.W. Reder, dir., Rational Choice : The Contrast Between Economics and Psychology, Chicago : University of Chicago Press
  • 1988, On Coase, Competence and the Corporation, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, vol. 4, no. 1, p. 163-80
  • 1990,
    • a. Survival Selection and Inheritance in Evolutionary theories of Organization», In: J.V. Singh (Ed.), Organizational Evolution, Newbury Park, London, New Delhi: Sage Publishers, pp269-297
    • b. avec G. Dosi et David J. Teece, Les frontières de l’entreprise, vers une théorie de la cohérence de la grande firme, Revue d’économie industrielle, n°51
    • c. Reply [à l'article de Scott Moss, Winter's Fundamental Selection Theorem: A Disproof], Quarterly Journal of Economics, 105: 1075-1077
  • 1993, On Coase, Competence, and the Corporation, The Nature of the Firm, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
  • 1994,
    • a. Organizing for Continuous Improvement: Evolutionary Theory Meets the Quality Revolution », in J.A.C Baum et J.V. Singh (Eds.), Evolutionary Dynamics of Organizations, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp90-108
    • b. avec David J. Teece, Richard Rumelt, Giovanni Dosi, "Understanding Corporate Coherence: Theory and Evidence", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol 23, pp1–30
  • 1996, avec M. D. Cohen, R. Burkhart, G. Dosi, M. Egidi, L. Marengo et M. Warglien, “Routines and Other Recurring Action Patterns of Organizations: Contemporary Research Issues”, Industrial and Corporate Change,5(3), pp653-698
  • 1999, avec Franco Malerba, Richard R. Nelson et Luigi Orsenigo, "History-friendly" models of industry evolution: the computer industry, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol 8, n°1, pp1-36
  • 2000,
    • a. The satisficing principle in capability learning, Strategic Management Journal 21, Oct-Nov, pp981-996
    • b. avec M. Kaniovski et Giovanni Dosi, Modeling Industrial Dynamics with Innovative Entrants, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 11: pp255-29
    • c. "Appropriating the gains from innovation", In: G. Day et Paul J. Schoemaker, dir., Wharton on Managing Emerging Technologies", New York, Wiley
  • 2001, avec Gabriel Szulanski, "Replication as strategy", Organization Science, Vol 12, n°6, pp730-743
  • 2002,
    • a. avec Richard R. Nelson, Evolutionary Theorizing in Economics, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 16, issue 2, pp23-46
    • b. avec M. Zollo, Deliberate learning and the evolution of dynamic capabilities, Organization Science 13: 339-351
    • c. avec Giovanni Dosi, "Interpreting Economic Change: Evolution, Structures and Games", In: Mie Augier and James G. March, dir., The Economics of Choice, Change, and Organizations, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishers
  • 2003,
    • a. avec Murmann J.P., A. Aldrich et D. Levinthal, Evolutionary Thought in Management and Organization Theory at the Beginning of the New Millennium: A Symposium on the State of the Art and Opportunities for Future Research », Journal of Management Inquiry, vol. 12, no. 1, pp1-19
    • b. avec Y. Kaniovski et G. Dosi, A Baseline Model of Industrial Evolution, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 13: 355-383
    • c. avec Michael G. Jacobides, Capabilities, Transaction Costs, and Evolution: Understanding the Institutional Structure of Production, Working Paper, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
    • d. avec Jerker Denrell et Christina Fang, The Economic of Strategic Opportunity, Strategic Management Journal, 24: 977-990
    • e. Understanding Dynamic Capabilities, Strategic Management Journal 24: 991-995
  • 2007, avec Richard R. Nelson, Franco Malerba et Luigi Orsenigo, Demand, innovation, and the dynamics of market structure: The role of experimental users and diverse preferences, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, vol. 17, issue 4, pp371-399
  • 2008,
    • a. Scaling heuristics shape technology! Should economic theory take notice?, Industrial and Corporate Change, 17(3), pp513-531
    • b. avec Franco Malerba, Richard R. Nelson et Luigi Orsenigo, Vertical integration and disintegration of computer firms: a history-friendly model of the coevolution of the computer and semiconductor industries, Industrial and Corporate Change, 17(2), pp197-231

Littérature secondaire

  • 1984, Kenneth E. Boulding, commentaire du livre de Richard R. Nelson et de Sidney G. Winter, "An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change", American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 66, n°4, November, pp535-536
  • 1994, Geoffrey Hodgson, Optimization and evolution: Winter's critique of Friedman revisited, Cambridge Journal of Economics 18: 413-430.
  • 2005, Mie Augier, Why is Management an Evolutionary Science?: An Interview With Sidney G. Winter, Journal of Management Inquiry, 14: 344-354.
  • 2012, Markus Becker, Thorbjorn Knudsen, "Nelson and Winter Revisited", In: Michael Dietrich, Jackie Krafft, dir., "Handbook on the Economics and Theory of the Firm", Edward Elgar Publishing
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