Preface; Shlomo Maital. I. Introduction: Wrestling with the Neoclassical Colossus. II. Human Agency as a Determinant of Material Welfare. III. Interfirm, Interregional, and International Differences in Labor Productivity: Variations in the Levels of X-Inefficiency as a Function of Differential Labor Costs. IV. High and Low Wage Paths to Economic Growth: A Behavioral Model of Endogenous Economic Growth. V. The Economics of Exogenous Increases in Wage Rates in a Behavioral/X-Efficiency Model of the Firm. VI. Labor Market Discrimination, Pay Inequality and Effort Variability: An Alternative to the Neoclassical Model. VII. A Critical Appraisal of Corporate Size and the Transaction Cost-Economizing Paradigm. References. Index.
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