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Economics of business learning: The need for broader perspectives in managerial economics

@inproceedings{Tisdell2004EconomicsOB,
  title={Economics of business learning: The need for broader perspectives in managerial economics},
  author={Clement A. Tisdell},
  year={2004}
}
While most textbooks in managerial economics now give some coverage to business learning, and this is to be welcomed, their coverage of business learning is limited to a consideration of increases in productivity or cost reductions. Supply-side bias exists. The coverage of leading texts is reviewed. It is found that no attention is given to the underlying sources of business learning nor to phases of such learning. The ‘start-up’ phase, for example, is not specifically mentioned. Connections… 
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