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A micro-analytic approach based on an integration of elements from Agency and Transactions-cost theories, was followed to develop a theoretical framework for characterizing vertical coordination decisions at the firm level. Vertical coordination modes were defined as all possible arrangements...
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This paper provides an organizational economics foundation to guide managers in matching the comparatively more efficient organizational mode with transactional characteristics such as: (1) the degree of (human capital) asset specificity involved in the transaction, (2) the degree of uncertainty...
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This paper classifies empirical research on vertical integration under four approaches--value-added-to-sales, qualitative-quantitative, input-output and microanalytic. The emphasis here is on the microanalytic approach which has accumulated the most systematic evidence to support its theoretical...
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Following an efficiency perspective and a micro-analytic approach, this paper provides an organizational economics foundation to guide managers in matching the comparatively more efficient organizational mode with firm-level transactions possessing certain transactional characteristics. In...
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