3-Year Programme (Bachelor's degree) in Business Administration or Social Sciences.
By completing the course the students will acquire
- knowledge on inter-organizational theory and the organization of business-to-business relationships,
- insight and knowledge about how business firms are to perform economic transactions with other firms, and
- knowledge about various conditions for efficient organization of business relationships.
The course presents a broad scope of issues within inter-organizational theory:
-transaction costs theory
-relational contracting theory
Participation of students through questions, comments and presentations in the classroom is important for making a good atmosphere of learning.
Douma, S. and Schreuder, H.: Economic Approaches To Organizations, Prentice Hall International, (UK) LTD., 2008.
Van Weele, A. J.: Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, Thompson Learning, 2008.
Arnt Buvik (Compendium): Collection of Articles in Purchasing and Supply Theories for Master Students. Molde University College , Spring, 2010.