In order to organize their relationships, firms often simultaneously use different types of governance mechanisms. Such relationships involve significant risks and uncertainty, which affects the choice of the optimal mechanism to be used. In this mini lecture, Fabrice Lumineau, from the Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, will talk about the interplay between contractual and relational mechanisms of governance in inter-organizational relationships, which has been a topic of ongoing debate both in management and in economics over the last fifteen years.
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