An incomplete contracts theory of information, technology and organization
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- Erik Brynjolffson, 1991. "An Incomplete Contracts Theory of Information, Technology and Organization," Working Paper Series 126, MIT Center for Coordination Science.
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- Marshall Van Alstyne & Erik Brynjolfsson & Stuart Madnick, 1993.
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