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Journal article | Research library
| 07/01/2004

The nature and replication of routines

Geoffrey Hodgson

This paper seeks to properly define routines to facilitate further empirical research into how routines are built and how routines can be changed. Broadly, it defines routines as dispositions that trigger patterns of behaviours in a group of individuals, following cues. This is in contrast to habits – which affect individuals but not necessarily groups.


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