Why Firms Want to Organize Efficiently and What Keeps Them from Doing So : Inappropriate Governance , Performance , and Adaptation in a Deregulated Industry

@inproceedings{Bercovitz2004WhyFW,
  title={Why Firms Want to Organize Efficiently and What Keeps Them from Doing So : Inappropriate Governance , Performance , and Adaptation in a Deregulated Industry},
  author={Janet Bercovitz and Glenn Carroll and Ken Corts and Julia Liebeskind},
  year={2004}
}

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