Ilaria Orlandi

Ilaria Orlandi
Copenhagen Business School · Department of Strategy and Innovation

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Information asymmetry is a condition wherein one party in a relationship has more or better information than another. The information asymmetry concept is widely diffused throughout management research, and its existence is a core assumption within leading theories on organizations. Despite information asymmetry’s central role, however, there have...

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