The interplay of different types of governance in horizontal cooperations : a view on logistics service providers

@article{Raue2015TheIO,
  title={The interplay of different types of governance in horizontal cooperations : a view on logistics service providers},
  author={Jan Simon Raue and Andreas Wieland},
  journal={The International Journal of Logistics Management},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={401-423}
}
Purpose – Over the last decades, horizontal cooperations between logistics service providers (LSPs) have become a well-established organizational form and their use is expected to grow even further in the future. In spite of this increasing importance of horizontal LSP cooperations, little research has been done to reveal how to govern these relationships successfully. Particularly, the role of contractual governance and its interplay with operational governance mechanisms remain to be… 

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