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Journal of Supply Chain Management

"Supply Chain-Wide Consequences of Transaction Risks and Their Contractual Solutions: Towards and Extended Transaction Cost Economics Framework" By Mark Wever, M.A., and Petronella Maria Wognum, DR, and Jacques H. Trienekens, Ph.D., and Simon Willem Frederik Omta, Ph.D.,, Winter 2012, Vol. 48, No. 1, p.

Supply Chain-Wide Consequences of Transaction Risks and Their Contractual Solutions: Towards and Extended Transaction Cost Economics Framework

Journal of Supply Chain Management Copyright © December 2012, by the Institute for Supply Management, Inc.

Author(s):

Mark Wever, M.A.,
is a researcher and Ph.D. candidate in the Management Studies Group at Wageningen University in Wageningen, the Netherlands

Petronella Maria Wognum, DR,
is a senior researcher in the Department of Social Sciences within the Management Studies Group at Wageningen University in Wageningen, the Netherlands

Jacques H. Trienekens, Ph.D.,
is an associate professor of supply chain Management in the Management Studies Group at Wageningen University in Wageningen, the Netherlands

Simon Willem Frederik Omta, Ph.D.,
is the Chaired Professor in Business Administration in the Management Studies Group at Wageningen University in Wageningen, the Netherlands.

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