UC Berkeley School of Law Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper
Опубликовано на портале: 02-09-2003Oliver E. Williamson UC Berkeley School of Law Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper. 2000. No. 37.
Williamson sketches some of the earlier strains on antitrust law and economics. He identifies a series of key contributions from the organization theory literature which, when interpreted from a transaction cost economizing perspective, provide support for the theory of the firm-as-governance structure. The value added of this construction is then developed by contrasting price theoretic with transaction cost theoretic ways of dealing with a variety of public policy issues. Additional applications to the subject of contract and legal education are then discussed.