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Alexander Poddiakov1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Counteraction to Competitors’ Learning and «Trojan Horse» Teaching in Economic Behaviour

2004. Vol. 1. No. 3. P. 65–82 [issue contents]
In teaching, one can come across dishonesty and rivalry as well help and cooperation. For instance, a person can hinder a competitor’s learning or misuse the situation of teaching in order to damage a competitor. In the changing world, a blow directed against a person’s ability to learn and to master new kinds of activity can be most damaging. From the point of view of scientific economics, counteraction to a competitor’s learning, or teaching a competitor knowledge that is not to his or her advantage, is an intentional effort to diminish the competitor’s human capital. The author suggests a theoretical approach towards this problem and describes the results of an empirical study.
Citation: Poddiakov A. (2004) Protivodeystvie obucheniyu konkurenta i «troyanskoe» obuchenie v ekonomicheskom povedenii [Counteraction to Competitors’ Learning and «Trojan Horse» Teaching in Economic Behaviour]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 1, no 3, pp. 65-82 (in Russian)
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