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What is the level of transaction specific investment for each firm in the following transactions? Who in these transactions is a greater risk of being taken unfair advantage of Firm I has built

What is the level of transaction specific investment for each firm in the following transactions? Who in these transactions is a greater risk of being taken unfair advantage of? a. Firm I has built a plant right next door to Firm II. Firm I’s plant is worth $5 million if it supplies Firm II. It is worth $200,000 if it does not supply Firm II. Firm II has three alternative suppliers. If it receives supplies from Firm I, it is worth $10 million. If it does not receive supplies from Firm I, it is worth $9.8 million. b. Firm A has just purchased a new computer system that is only available from Firm B. Firm A has redesigned its entire production process around this new computer system. The old production process is worth $1 million; the new process is worth $12 million. Firm B has several hundred customers for its new computer system. c. Firm Alpha, a fast food restaurant company, has a contract with Firm Beta, a movie studio. After negotiating with several other potential partners, Firm Alpha agreed to a contract that requires Firm Alpha to pay Firm Beta $5 million per year for the right to use characters from Firm Beta’s movies in its packaged meals for children. Demand for children’s movies has recently dropped. d. Firm I owns and runs a printing press. Firm J uses the services of a printing press. Historically, Firm I has sold its services to many customers. However, it was recently approached by Firm J to become its exclusive supplier of printing press services.

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