Integrating Economic and Organization Theory
Edited by Anna Grandori
An interfirm cooperative is an enterprise collectively owned by many other firms. The insights regarding its efficiency are organized based on the transaction and ownership relationship of the members with the cooperative enterprise. Evidence is grouped into aspects relating to the members, transactions, and the cooperative enterprise.
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