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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Iuliia Kriuchkova
Networks' Structure Design Methods on the Base of Transactional Approach
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The purpose of this research is to develop method for enterprise’s network

structure design based on transactional approach. It is devoted to the analysis of

situation within the enterprise. There is a hypothesis that large-scale enterprises fall

into the network of organizations because of high transaction costs. This

hypothesis will be proved by case study. ATD diagrams made during the research shows which transactions should be completed within the designed business network.

In this research unit of industrial safety was investigated. This unit was chosen because a significant number of its functions are devoted to collection and analysis of information. According to transaction cost theory asymmetry of information causes transaction costs. That is why this unit is characterized by high transaction costs. Transaction within this unit were classified and analysed. Moreover, network's management arrangements were investigated within designed network.

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