Long-term Cooperation in Japanese Vertical Relationships
The primary purpose of the study is to identify significant features of Japanese vertical relationships and to provide economic rationale. Japanese vertical relationships, particularly automobile industry, are examined in comparison with those in the U.S. Both buyers and suppliers can be identified to be mutually dependent and have developed long-term cooperative relationships with relationship-specific investments. They have developed facilitating practices to build and maintain trust between them. It could reduce transaction costs and eliminate inefficiencies in trading relationships with cooperation and reputation in long-term relationships.
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Volume (Year): 46 (2002)
Issue (Month): (February)
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