Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 4, December

Determinants of Commitment and Opportunism: Integrating and Extending Insights from Transaction Cost Analysis and Relational Exchange Theory
Abstract Effectively governed relationships are characterized by high levels of commitment and low levels of opportunism. In this research, we develop a conceptual model that integrates insights from transaction cost analysis and relational exchange...
Determinants of the Control of International Advertising by Headquarters of Mulitnational Corporations
Abstract The arguments for and against the standardization of international advertising are numerous and varied. However the organizational and control variables related to international advertising are not well understood. This paper attempts to identify...
CJAS, 1997-1999 As you are probably aware, my tenn as Editor-inChief of this journal will be completed at the end of December 1999. 1 shall therefore devote this last editorial to profiling the journal as it stands today and describing what has been...
Myths and Realities: An Empirical Study of Banks and the Gender of Small Business Clients
Abstract This research addresses empirically the impact of gender on the relationship between bank lenders and small business borrowers. Both quantitative and qualitative aspects of the relationship are considered. Data are drawn from a national random...
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