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Transaction Cost Theory and Transaction Costs Sources | Introduction To Organisations | MeanThat

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Ulduz Binyatova (1 year ago)
Thank you very much
thres34 (1 year ago)
Amazing, thanks
Mohamed Elmitwalli (1 year ago)
So clear, thanks a lot
Munene Grant (1 year ago)
I would like to know how it influences lender borrower relationship... I appreciate your work though.
tjisvirtual (1 year ago)
thank you.
Hugool Igartua (1 year ago)
THANK YOU! That was really helpful
Muhammad Shafiq (1 year ago)
Outstanding! well explained... thanks
Federico Di Cocco (1 year ago)
I'm studying this theory in the contest of psychology of organisation. and my book talks about how to choose a strategy and so it considers the bounded rationality and opportunism and then it talks about williamson's three aspects of transaction (uncertainly, frequency of transactions and spcificity of resources). but i dont' understand how those things are supposed to guide my decision of what strategy is beeter to use to mimise the costs.
MeanThat (1 year ago)
unfortunately I did not cover transaction cost theory deeper in this course so I cannot give you advise, sorry :)
Jose Rivers (1 year ago)
Katia didi (2 years ago)
actually it helps a lot, I m a master student and I need your videos to improve my knowledge, you are better than my real teacher , Thank you From Algeria
Great lesson! Your examples made it crystal clear.
rehana 1234 (2 years ago)
thank you..this aided me..I love how you used colour codes..quite helpful..
cand7e7ack (2 years ago)
constructive feedback here, keep it short. 2 mins in you still haven't explained the video.
MeanThat (2 years ago)
+cand7e7ack Hi, thanks a lot for that! :) yes I keep that in mind recently and try to push on making it shorter. However in some topics that I know students have issues understanding I take a very slow start. Thanks again :)

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