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Estructura interna de la firma: un enfoque de teoría de juegos

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  • Guillermo Sinisterra

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Este artículo retoma el modelo creado por Williamson (1967), por medio del cual se señala la pérdida acumulativa de control a través de los niveles jerárquicos, como el principal obstáculo para el crecimiento ilimitado de las firmas. Lo que se busca demostrar con el presente trabajo, es que no sólo la pérdida de control es acumulativa a través de los niveles jerárquicos, sino también al interior de los mismos. Para ello se hicieron modificaciones al modelo original planteado por Williamson, principalmente volviendo endógena la expansión de control, la cual había sido tomada hasta ahora, como una constante.

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  • Guillermo Sinisterra, 2004. "Estructura interna de la firma: un enfoque de teoría de juegos," DOCUMENTOS DE ECONOMÍA 002612, UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA - BOGOTÁ.
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