Edited by Claude Ménard and Mary M. Shirley
Chapter 9: Cognition and governance: a research agenda for the New Institutional Economics
Transaction cost economics has led to a variety of insights into how firms govern transactions across firm boundaries. Research in this area has focused primarily on the attributes of the transaction as drivers of governance choice. Additional work is needed to better understand how cognitive and contextual factors influence governance choice and ultimately transaction and firm performance.
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