publication . Preprint . 2009

Supply chain coordination with information sharing in the presence of trust and trustworthiness: a behavioral model

Guido Voigt;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Mar 2009
The strategic use of private information causes efficiency losses in traditional principal-agent settings. One stream of research states that these efficiency losses cannot be overcome if all agents use their private information strategically. Yet, another stream of research highlights the importance of communication, trust and trustworthiness in supply chain management. The underlying work links the concepts of communication, trust and trustworthiness to a traditional principal-agent setting in a supply chain environment. Surprisingly, it can be shown that communication and trust can actually lead to increasing efficiency losses although there is a substantial ...

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