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nobel:awardFile <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/awardfile/4075>
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nobel:awardFile <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/awardfile/4096>
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nobel:category <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/category/Economic_Sciences>
nobel:contribution Provided a theory of why some economic transactions take place within firms and other similar transactions take place between firms, that is, in the marketplace. The theory informs us about how to handle one of the most basic choices in human organization. When should decision power be controlled inside an organization, and when should decisions be left to the market. (en)
nobel:field economic governance (en)
is dcterms:hasPart of <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/nobelprize/Economic_Sciences/2009>
dcterms:isPartOf <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/nobelprize/Economic_Sciences/2009>
rdfs:label Economic Sciences 2009, Oliver E. Williamson
nobel:laureate <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/laureate/847>
is nobel:laureateAward of <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/laureate/847>
nobel:motivation "for his analysis of economic governance, especially the boundaries of the firm" (en)
nobel:share 2
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nobel:university <http://data.nobelprize.org/resource/university/University_of_California>
nobel:year 2009 (xsd:integer)


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