The Governance of Exchanges: Members' Cooperatives versus Outside Ownership
The paper compares co-operative governance structure to outside ownership. The distinction between the two lies in who has residual rights of control. It is found that a co-operative becomes relatively less efficient as the environment becomes more competitive, and the interests of members become more skewed. These ideas are applied to the governance of exchanges.
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