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Arrow, Kenneth (1974). The Limits of Organization, Norton, New York.

Nobel Laureate in Economics classic monograph which posits that big is not necessarily better. Available from www.amazon.com for $8.50

Chandler, Alfred D., Jr. (1962). Strategy and Structure: Chapters in the History of the American Industrial Enterprise, M.I.T. Press, Cambridge.

The classic history of the modern American corporation and the growth of the multidivisional structure used by virtually every large company today. Available from www.amazon.com for $18.50.

Chandler, A. D. (1990). Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism, Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Another great history from the Harvard Business School's resident historian. Available from www.amazon.com for $15.96.

Nelson, Richard R. and Winter, Sidney G. (1982). An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change, Belknap Press/Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

The foundation of evolutionary economics. A classic. Available from www.amazon.com.

Scott, W. Richard (1998). Organizations: Rational, Natural, and Open Systems. (Fourth ed.), Prentice Hall, New York.

The classic book on organization theory, recently updated. Available from www.amazon.com.

Simon, Herbert A. (1976). Administrative Behavior. (Third ed.), The Free Press, New York.

The classic from the Nobel Laureate in Economics who introduced the idea of bounded rationality and the premise that organizations exist to overcome the limits of the human mind. Available from www.amazon.com for $17.95.

Williamson,Oliver E. (1983). Markets and Hierarchies, The Free Press, New York.

The classic book that introduced the transaction costs economics theory behind the M-form (multidivisional structure) as described by Chandler (see above).

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