Unpacking Oliver–10 Lessons to Creating Better Outsourcing Agreements



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  • Published:
  • August 6, 2010
  • Author:
  • Kate Vitasek, Karl Manrodt, Ph.D., Richard Wilding, Ph.D., and Tim Cummins
  • Pages:
  • 12
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  • Your Price: FREE
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This white paper examines 10 key lessons of transaction cost economics in outsourcing from Dr. Oliver Williamson's Nobel Prize-winning work that are directly applicable to outsourcing and supply chain professionals. This article explains how supply chain managers can use Dr. Williamson's ideas to create better outsourcing agreements.

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