Let’s Work it Out (or We’ll See You in Court…) - Litigation and Private Dispute Resolution in Vertical Exchange Relationships

@article{Lumineau2012LetsWI,
  title={Let’s Work it Out (or We’ll See You in Court…) - Litigation and Private Dispute Resolution in Vertical Exchange Relationships},
  author={Fabrice Lumineau and J. E. Oxley},
  journal={Negotiation & Dispute Resolution eJournal},
  year={2012}
}
  • Fabrice Lumineau, J. E. Oxley
  • Published 2012
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Negotiation & Dispute Resolution eJournal
  • We examine how partners in vertical exchange relationships actually resolve disputes that are sufficiently serious to get lawyers involved. Reaching beyond the usual domain of organizational and management research we leverage findings from law and economics to offer a novel organizational perspective on litigation and private dispute resolution, and develop hypotheses about the likelihood of litigation in different exchange settings. Our empirical analysis generates three sets of new findings… CONTINUE READING

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