Chapter 2 Institutions and corporate decision-making
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This chapter explores the relationship between institutions and firm level decision making. The former draws on and compares economic and socio-economic (comparative) traditions, and especially, the distinction between rights and relationship approaches to embedded patterns of social behaviour. It explores the circumstances under which firm level actors might be particularly prone to challenging existing institutional configurations, and how recent events have impacted on the relationship between embedded rules and firm level choices.

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