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Chapter 18 : Creativity and uncertainty in the act of work : the contribution of the viability theory

Francis L. Munier
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The neoclassical approach considers labor as a “negative” act, an effort as a source of disutility. We consider that this assumption is very simplistic. It is not a fair representation of reality and it does not provide a relevant framework in order to understand the notion of creativity in the act of work in economics (Cates, 1979 ; Rubenson and Runco, 1992 ; Pannells and Claxton, 2008 ; Menger, 2009 ; Rasulzada and Dackert, 2009 ), while others disciplines analyze this topic with some greed, such as psychology (Lubart, 2003 ), and more recently management science.
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Francis L. Munier. Chapter 18 : Creativity and uncertainty in the act of work : the contribution of the viability theory: Part. 3 Economics of creativity, networks and markets. Thierry Burger-Helmchen. The Economics of Creativity : Ideas, Firms and Markets, Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 12 p., 2013, 9781138901278. ⟨hal-01772016⟩

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