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Information, Opportunism and Economic Coordination

by Peter E. Earl

  • 144 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business & Management,
  • Economic theory & philosophy,
  • Economics - General,
  • International - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Industrial organization (Econo,
  • Industrial organization (Economic theory),
  • Information theory in economic,
  • Information theory in economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12563801M
    ISBN 101840647388
    ISBN 109781840647389

    The Making of Economic Policy begins by observing that most countries' trade policies are so blatantly contrary to all the prescriptions of the economist that there is no way to understand this discrepancy except by delving into the politics. The same is true for many other dimensions of economic h Dixit looks for an improved understanding of the politics of economic policy-making. Opportunist definition, a person who practices opportunism, or the policy of adapting actions, decisions, etc., to effectiveness regardless of the sacrifice of ethical principles: He is an extreme opportunist and always thinks the ends justify the means. See more.

      China is a global actor of significant and growing importance, now integrated into the international system and altering that system's dynamics. The complexity of China's ever-changing global activism raises questions about its intentions and the implications for global stability and prosperity. Private information, opportunism and remedies 2 The conflict between the principal and the agent Divergence of interests: Model I Divergence of interests: Model II 3 Incentive compatibility 4 The profit share (or bonus) incentive Risk-sharing between owner and manager 5 The firm without employees 6 The firm with a monitored employee.

      coordination, but progress is uneven at best; some important streams of research on opportunism—economic actors‘ tendency to pursue their self-interest with guile, Camerer, ). Similarly, in the case of alliances, if there is an alignment of.   Vertical coordination incorporates hybrid modes that are similar to markets and could integrate networks of private rather than legal relationships for achieving economic efficiencies. As such, the implications of exogenous factors for vertical coordination between firms as regards a new product life cycle are likely to be significant.


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[Peter E Earl] -- "Information, Opportunism and Economic Coordination will be of particular interest to historians of economic thought, business economists, behavioural economists and Post Keynesians."--Jacket. Economic opportunism is a term related to the subversion of morality to profit.

There exists no agreed general, scientific definition or theory of economic opportunism; the literature usually considers only specific cases and contexts. Description. There is no agreement about why this is so. Information, Opportunism and Economic Coordination By P. Earl Topics: Industry Economics and Industrial Organisation, AX, Industrial organisationsAuthor: P.

Earl. () Information, Opportunism and Economic Coordination, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar The process of carving an academic career that did not follow today’s rules began immediately after I graduated from Cambridge University with First Class Honours in Economics in – an achievement that would normally be followed, if one were.

Transaction cost theorists have generally neglected to consider the implications that the invisible hand of the market mechanism can have for the risk of opportunism. In the long run, the invisible hand deletes actors whose behaviors are habitually opportunistic.

Consequently, as markets move toward the state of competitive equilibrium, the risk of opportunism will be low, even for. Clearly modern economics includes lying, distorting information, reneging, and even law-breaking as simply particular forms of self-interest.

Williamson was developing the concept of opportunism in the s, before the explosion of interest in informational economics brought these issues to the attention of mainstream economists.

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Transaction cost, economic losses that can result from arranging market relationships on a contractual basis. In the field of economics, the study of transaction costs originated from the use of aggregative social modeling and its underlying assumption of individuals operating under competitive self-interest.

At the highest level of abstraction, there are only markets, and everyone is free to. Transaction Costs, Opportunism, and Governance: Contextual Considerations and Future Research Opportunities Article (PDF Available) in Marketing Letters 21(3) September with 1, economic theory of corporate strategy, such as managerial opportunism and shareholder value maximization.

Mitigating the idea that every manager is opportunistic would require that a. Hodgson, G. (), ‘ Opportunism is Not the Only Reason Why Firms Exist: Why an Explanatory Emphasis on Opportunism May Mislead Management Strategy ’, Industrial and Corporate Change, 13 (2): –   Subjects: Economics and Finance, Industrial Organisation This unique and original Dictionary presents a fully inclusive compilation of foundational concepts, models, methodologies, and applications in the field of industrial organization.

In the late s and early s, the electronic markets hypothesis offered a prediction about effect of information technology on industrial organization, and many business writers forecast significant changes to the shape and nature of the firm.

However, these changes did not come to pass. This paper provides an economic analysis of why, using the transaction cost economic framework of.

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It took its name from Senator John Button, the then federal Minister for Commerce, Trade and Industry. Alchian AA, Demsetz H () Production, information costs, and economic organization. Am Econ Rev 62(5)– Google Scholar Australian Institute of Company Directors () A case study of Apple’s supply chain.

11 Sept Masten, Scott E. (), “Equity, Opportunism, and the Design of Contractual Relations,” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, (1), – Google Scholar Masten, Scott E.

(), “Transaction Costs, Mistakes, and Performance: Assessing the Importance of Governance,” Managerial and Decision Making Economics. The distribution and coordination of authority are defining challenges for federal political systems, which seek to enhance welfare, security, and legitimacy in democratic societies (Bednar ).Water management poses unique challenges in federal countries because of the multiple collective goods associated with water, such as municipal supplies, irrigation systems and flood control, and.To address the research questions described previously, we created multi-item scales to measure concepts related to uncertainty, opportunism, object specificity, coordination mechanisms, extent of outsourcing and coordination outcomes.

Individual items were first examined using principle components factor analyses.Opportunism is elusive and often hidden, thus making it difficult to identify and capture. Respondents may be unwilling or unavailable to share information on opportunism attitudes or behaviors due to potential costs (e.g., reputation damage).

Respondents may overemphasize the .