"Implementation and Social Influence"

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Hitoshi Matsushima;
(2008)

This paper incorporates social psychology into implementation theory. Real individuals care not only about their material benefits but also about their social influence in terms of obedience and conformity. Using a continuous time horizon, we demonstrate a method of man... View more
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