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Transaction Costs, Markets and Hierarchies

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For the past twenty years, the notion of transaction costs has revolutionized economic theory. The perspective has been primarily associated with the contributions of Ronald Coase and Oliver Williamson and continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of economic analysis.In this important text Christos Pitelis has brought together twelve leading academics and researchers to survey and critically assess the transaction costs, markets and hierarchies perspective in the light of recent advances. By providing an up-to-date statement of their views on the limitations of the perspective it is hoped that their contributions will stimulate further debate and open up new avenues for future research. The volume covers all aspects of markets and hierarchies, including the state and the transnational firm, and it focuses on both general and specific problems of the transaction costs framework.Surveys in Transaction Costs, Markets and Hierarchies will be valuable and stimulating reading for advanced students, academics and researchers.

Author Biography

Christos Pitelis is Barclays Bank Lecturer in Industrial Organization and Corporate Strategy. The Judge Institute of Management Studies, and Fellow in Economics, Queens' College, both at the University of Cambridge.
Release date NZ
June 10th, 1993
Contributor
Edited by Christos N. Pitelis
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Blackwell Publishers
Pages
292
Dimensions
159x227x19
ISBN-13
9780631188988
Product ID
3080108

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