Contracts should embrace a firm grasp of guiding principles as the foundation of business interactions.
The Inherent Failures of Long-Term Contracts — and How to Fix Them HBR IdeaCast interview with Oliver Hart and Kate Vitasek on 3 Sept. 2019. Here is the link: https://hbr.org/ideacast/2019/09/the-inherent-failures-of-long-term-contracts-and-how-to-fix-them.html
“A new Approach to Contracts,” article by David Frydlinger, Oliver Hart and Kate Vitasek published in the September-October edition of the Harvard Business Review. Here is the link: https://hbr.org/2019/09/a-new-approach-to-contracts
Hart, Holmstrom: Contract theory and incomplete contracts Kate Vitasek’s column published online on 6 January 2017 Professors Bengt Holmström (MIT) and Oliver Hart (Harvard) received the 2016 Nobel Prize in economic science in October for their work in the realm of contract theory and, most intriguing, the nature of contracts as being essentially incomplete… Here’s […]
This post was written by David Frydlinger, Kate Vitasek and Henrik Järleskog. When Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström won the Nobel prize in economics last week, many Vested followers reached out asking the question, “How does their research align with the What’s in it for We (WIIFWe) mindset and approaches of the Vested sourcing […]
This post was written by David Frydlinger, Kate Vitasek and Henrik Järleskog. On October 10th we learned that the 2016 Nobel Prize in economic science was awarded to professors Bengt Holmström (MIT) and Oliver Hart (Harvard) for their work in contract theory. This Nobel Prize is of great practical importance in daily business. For […]