Comprehensive models for organizations must, on the one hand, be able to specify global goals and requirements but, on the other hand, cannot assume that particular actors will always act according to the needs and expectations of the system design. Concepts as organizational rules (Zambonelli 2002), norms and institutions (Dignum and Dignum 2001; Esteva et al. 2002), and social structures (Parunak and Odell 2002) arise from the idea that the effective engineering of organizations needs high-level, actor-independent concepts and abstractions that explicitly define the organization in which agents live (Zambonelli 2002).
|Title of host publication||Law, Governance and Technology Series|
|Publisher||Springer Science and Business Media B.V.|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Name||Law, Governance and Technology Series|
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- Concrete Norm
- Constitutive Norm
- Global Goal
- Interaction Structure
- Organization Design