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Vertrauen, Opportunismus und Kontrolle-Eine empirische Analyse von Joint Venture-Beziehungen vor dem Hintergrund der Transaktionskostentheorie

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Anliegen des Beitrages ist es, den Zusammenhang zwischen Opportunismus, Vertrauen und Kontrolle in Joint Venture-Beziehungen vor dem Hintergrund der Transaktionskostentheorie zu diskutieren. Ausgehend von einer kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit dem auf der Opportunismusannahme aufbauenden Kontrollverständnis der Transaktionskostentheorie wird die Wirkung von Vertrauen als kontrollreduzierender Mechanismus analysiert. Die Ergebnisse zeigen zum einen, dass Vertrauen in Joint Venture-Beziehungen eine wesentliche Rolle spielt, zum anderen aber auch, dass eine simple Gleichsetzung von Vertrauen und Kontrollreduzierung zu kurz greift. Für ein differenziertes Verständnis werden unterschiedliche Facetten und Funktionen von Joint VentureKontrolle identifiziert.

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