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Markets and hierarchies, analysis and antitrust implications: a study in the economics of internal organization

Author: Williamson, Oliver E. Publisher: Free Press, 1975.Language: EnglishDescription: 286 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0029347807 ; 0029353602Type of document: BookNote: Doriot and Tanoto: for 2016-2017 coursesBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index List(s) this item appears in: Textbooks for Foundations of Strategy and Organisation / Guoli Chen / PhD 2016-2017
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Book Doriot Library
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000482012
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Book Doriot Library
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000310957
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000480487
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Doriot and Tanoto: for 2016-2017 courses

Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents PREFACE P REFACE TO THE COLLEGE EDITION INTRODUCTION ix xi xv 1 CHAPTER 1 TOWARD A NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS I, Some Antecedents 2. A Preliminary Statement of the Organizational Failures Framework 3. Three Illustrations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Bounded Rationality and Uncertainty/Complexity Opportunism and Small Numbers Information Impactedness Atmosphere Summary Remarks 3 PEER GROUPS AND SIMPLE HIERARCHIES Peer Group Associations Peer Group Limitations Simple Hierarchy Involvement Concluding Remarks 4 UNDERSTANDING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIoN Remarks on the Labor Economics Literature Technology: Conventional and Idiosyncratic Considerations Individualistic Bargaining Models The Efficiency Implications of Internal Labor Market Structures Concluding Remarks AND CHAPTER 2 THE ORGANIZATIONAL FAILURES FRAMEWORK 20 CHARTER 41 CHAPTER 57 CHAPTER 5 INTERMEDIATE PRODUCT MARKETS INTEGRATION VERTICAL 82 1. 2. 3. 4. Prior Literature: A Transactional Interpretation Static Markets Sales Contracts for Component Supply Unified Ownership of Plant and Equipment: Simple Hierarchy Extended 5. Complex Hierarchy: The Employment Relation Extended 6. Forward Integration into Wholesaling 7. Concluding Remarks CHAPTER 6 VERTICAL INTEGRATION, II: SOME QUALIFICATIONS 1. Interfirm Exchange: Some Qualifications 2. Possible or Purported Antisocial Consequences 3. Antitrust Implications CHAPTER 7 LIMITS OF 106 VERTICAL INTEGRATION AND FIRM SIZE 117 1. Internalizing the Incremental Transaction: Some Disabilities 2. Size Considerations 3. Incentive Limits of the Employment Relation 4. Concluding Remarks CHAPTER 8 THE MULTIDIVISIONAL STRUCTURE 135 1. The Unitary Form Enterprise 2. Organizational Innovation: The Multidivisional Structure 3. Competition in the Capital Market 4. Optimum Divisionalization 5. The "M-form hypothesis" and Concluding Remarks Appendix: A Classification Scheme CHAPTER 9 CONGLOMERATE ORGANIZATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Affirmative Emphasis Competition in the Capital Market Public Policy Issues Some Evidence Concluding Remarks IN CHAPTER 10 MARKET STRUCtuRE AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION RELATION TO TECHNICAL 1. Technical Innovation and Market Structure: The Conventional Dichotomy 2. Technical Innovation and Market Structure: Refinements 3. Organizational Innovation and Market Structure 4. A Systems Approach CHAPTER 11 DOMINANT FIRMS AND THE MONOPOLY PROBLEM 1. 2. 3. 4. The Current Approach to Unlawful Monopolization A Market Failure Interpretation of Dominance Government Intervention and Market Failure Remedies for Structural Dominance CONTENTS vii 5. Application to the Structure-Conduct Controversy 6. Dominant Firms and the Organizational Failures Framework 7. Conclusion ORGANIZATION 234 1. Some Antecedents 2. Oligopoly Regarded as a Problem of Contracting 3. The Contracting Approach and Prior Treatments Contrasted 4. Policy Implications: Dominant Firms versus Oligopolistic Interdependence CHAPTER 1 2. 3. 4. 13 C O N C L U S I O N S Toward a Transactional Paradigm The Organizational Failures Framework and Hierarchy Antitrust Implications Some Directions for Future Research 248 BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX 264 279

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