Dynastic cycle: a generic structure describing resource allocation in political economies, markets and firms

  title={Dynastic cycle: a generic structure describing resource allocation in political economies, markets and firms},
  author={K. Saeed and O. V. Pavlov},
A generic system embodies basic principles and insights that are common to a set of diverse cases and situations. For example, a generic system called “limits to growth” captures the constraints experienced by an organization due to the scarcity of an important resource. Its manifestations range from the tragedy of Easter Island to rise and decline of People Express Airline to the spotty performance of early peer-to-peer music networks. This paper presents a new generic system that we name the… CONTINUE READING


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