Transactions and propose at least two strategies, Microeconomics

a) Examine at least three (3) possible areas for the industry that could lead to transaction costs, and describe each in detail.


b) Speculate about the behaviour that could result from these transactions and propose at least two (2) strategies for dealing with them.



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