Corporate Governance

Alumni Magazine. Issue 149. April - June 2018

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Scholars have asked themselves for decades how to define the boundaries of a company: where it begins and ends. Why this interest? Probably because they think that the company ends where the market begins, that is, competitors, suppliers and customers. They tend to say that the company is the non-market, the place where -- instead of the faceless transactions between buyer and seller -- there are relationships of authority, command and control: I tell you what to do and you do it. Fair enough. But that doesn't work in today's business world.
Bibliographic citation: IESE, "Alumni Magazine. Issue 149. April - June 2018"

Reference: 1138-2333 (ISSN)
Date: 04/2018
Author(s): IESE
Document type: Review
Languages: Spanish / English