Relationships and Contracts
Following an understanding of the relationships that form a firm, two main types of commercial relationships are recognized. Spot contracts refer to agreements for immediate exchanges, whereas relational contracts occur in cases in which the companies involved face a ‘repeated game’. The appropriateness of each depends on the specific circumstances of the exchange.
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