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Grillet, Luc L.
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Diskussionsbeiträge - Serie II 166
This paper focuses on the costs of limited liability in the theory of the firm. Insurance may discourage the opportunistic externalization of those costs in a way that enhances optimal risk allocation for corporate stakeholders. The paper hypothesizes that insurance will enable the firm to exploit more fully the quasi-rents associated with the profitable use of its organizational capital. At a critical level of insurability, internal coordination of the insurance function by common or joint ownership might enhance the credibility of the firm's organizational capital better than market insurance would do.
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