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Transaction Cost Economics and Beyond

Author: John Groenewegen
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1996.
Series: Recent economic thought series, 48.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Transaction cost economics (TCE) is at the heart of the new theory of the firm. While it is an established research tradition with a well developed theoretical framework and good empirical results, critics consider TCE too limited to understand the essential characteristics of complex organizations like the firm. The criticism is that we need to go beyond the original TCE framework and develop a more pluralistic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Groenewegen
ISBN: 9789400918009 9400918003
OCLC Number: 851367489
Description: 1 online resource (404 pages).
Contents: Preface. 1. Transaction Cost Economics and Beyond: Why and How? J. Groenewegen. 2. Efficiency, Power, Authority, and Economic Organization; O.E. Williamson. 3. Empirical Research in Transaction Cost Economics: Challenges, Progress, Directions; S.E. Masten. 4. Transaction Cost Analysis and Marketing; E. Anderson. 5. Regulatory Issues with Vertically Disintegrated Public Utilities: a Transaction-Cost Analysis; K.J. Crocker. 6. Opportunism and Trust in Transaction Cost Economics; N.G. Noorderhaven. 7. Short-Term Prevalence, Social Approval and the Governance of Employment Relations; S.M. Lindenberg. 8. Inside the Black Box: the Variety of Hierarchical Forms; C. Menard. 9. Authority Relations in the Firm: Review and Agenda for Research; G.K. Dow. 10. The Core of the Firm: the Issue of the Employer-Employee Relationship; M. Turvani. 11. Transaction Cost Analysis - Is It Being Used Out of Context? K.J. Blois. 12. Opportunism, Learning and Organisational Evolution; M. Dietrich. 13. Corporate Culture and the Nature of the Firm; G.M. Hodgson. 14. Seven Reasons Why `Beyond' Transaction Costs Economics to Thesmoeconomics; C. Pitelis. 15. After the Special Nature of the Firm: Beyond the Critics of Orthodox Neoclassical Economics; E.L. Khalil. 16. Transaction Costs and Technological Learning; P.R. Beije. 17. Towards a Learning Based Model of Transactions; B. Nooteboom. 18. Transaction Acosts and Institutional Change; L. Magnusson, J. Ottosson.19. A Case for Theoretical Pluralism; J. Groenewegen, J.J. Vromen. List of Contributors. List of Tables and Figures. Index.
Series Title: Recent economic thought series, 48.
Responsibility: edited by John Groenewegen.

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This book contains the papers that were presented in 1994 at the conference "Transaction Cost Economics and Beyond" organized by GRASP at the Tinbergen Institute in Rotterdam.  Read more...

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