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In a complex and uncertain world, humans and animals make decisions under the constraints of limited knowledge, resources, and… Expand Findings from behavioral organization theory, behavioral decision theory, survey research, and experimental economics leave no… Expand The notion of bounded rationality was initiated in the 1950s by Herbert Simon; only recently has it influenced mainstream… Expand NEARLY EVERYONE would see the truth as between Hamlet and Puck. Including Hamlet and Puck. Hamlet is feigning madness, and Puck… Expand Abstract : If organization theory finds it useful to draw upon some of the ideas that have emerged in cognitive psychology, it… Expand Introduction - W Richard Scott From Technology to Environment PART ONE: THE INSTITUTIONAL ORIGINS OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE… Expand The task I shall undertake here is to compare and contrast the concepts of rationality that are prevalent in psychology and… Expand Preface and acknowledgements 1. Rationality 2. States that are essentially by-products 3. Sour grapes 4. Belief, bias and… Expand Preface to the revised edition Preface and acknowledgements Part I. Perfect Rationality: Beyond Gradient-Climbing: 1… Expand Part 1 The structure of complex systems: Causal ordering - causality in economic models causal ordering, comparative statics, and… Expand