An Empirical Study on the Influencing Factors of Interconnected Costs between Organizations

An Empirical Study on the Influencing Factors of Interconnected Costs between Organizations

Chen Qilong1*,Pan Xiao2
1CPC Nantong Municipal Committee Organization Department.
2School of Economics,Nantong Polytechnic College.

International Journal of Industrial and Business Management

With the development of the times, the competition between enterprises and enterprises in the traditional mode has been transformed into competition between the supply chain and other supply chains, and enterprises are in-creasingly focusing on cooperation with other companies in the supply chain. And to be able to cooperate better, organizations and organizations have to consider the cost, especially the cost of the problem after the cooperation.
How to define and reduce this cost is an important factor for the organization to achieve higher returns in the supply chain. Based on this problem, this paper focuses on the definition of inter-organizational interconnection costs and its influencing factors, and conducts relevant empirical analysis.

Keywords: Supply chain,cooperation,Interconnectedness,Cost

Fund project: Research on Open Accounting and Trust and Control Interconnection Based on Inter-Organiza-tion Cost Management(10YJA630027),Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences General Project

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Chen Qilong and Pan Xiao. An Empirical Study on the Influencing Factors of Interconnected Costs between Organizations. International Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 2019; 3:10.. DOI:10.28933/ijibm-2019-02-0108


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