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Individual companies are neglected in American politics scholarship, despite their empirical and normative significance. Interest group theory does not provide an adequate framework for understanding them. Neoclassical microeconomic theory has begun to be developed for political analysis, but its assumptions restrict the scope of its utility. Cyert and March's "behavioral theory of the firm" provides a more promising foundation, one that dovetails with the historical and institutional traditiondoi:10.2139/ssrn.329300 fatcat:vz47blqde5cethcj66g37xtgxa