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Strategy & Business Economics Workshop: Can Urgun

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 11:15am to 12:45pm

Sage Hall, 333
Johnson Graduate School-Management, 106 Sage Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-6201, USA

Can Urgun - Princeton University

Contract Manufacturing Relationships

Abstract:  Contract manufacturing enables intellectual property holders to enjoy scale economies, reduce labor costs and free up capital. However, in many scenarios contract manufacturing is a double-edged sword, rife with entrenchments, threats of predation or hold up. I explore contract manufacturing relationships in two scenarios: First, a setup with a single agent that can learn, forget and threaten the principal with predation. Second, a setup with multiple agents that have capacity constraints and can threaten the principal with hold up. The analysis requires a novel methodological approach: in both settings the principal optimal contract is characterized by a simple index rule.

Event Type

Seminar, Class/ Workshop

Departments

Economics, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Tags

EconSeminar, EconStratBus

Contact E-Mail

sja7@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Sara Ashman

Contact Phone

607-255-3072

Speaker

Can Urgun

Speaker Affiliation

Princeton University

Open To

Cornell Economics Community (list serve members)

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