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What Makes Management Control Information Useful in Buyer–Supplier Relationships?
Journal of Risk and Financial Management
Extensive research results in inconsistent findings regarding the advantages and risks of exchanging management control information in collaborative relationships between buyers and suppliers. This inconsistency is due, in part, to ignoring whether the information shared is useful. This study analyzes the influence of transaction characteristics (asset specificity, opportunistic behaviors, and resource control) on the usefulness of the format and the content of such sharing. Samples ofdoi:10.3390/jrfm11030031 fatcat:gqxitazy4nbtjkr2ernzlddwxe