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Konzeption eines Systems operativer Ziele der integrierten Betriebsführung

  • Manfred Layer
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Zusammenfassung

Institutionen zur Erstellung und Verwertung von Leistungen unter Verwendung knapper Ressourcen, die unter marktwirtschaftlichen Verhältnissen wirtschaftlich autonom handeln, sind Legitimationserwartungen von externen Akteuren ausgesetzt, die durch die Tätigkeit der Institution in ihren auf die Institution bezogenen Motiven betroffen werden.

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