Designing and using interorganizational information systems requires cooperation and coordination among organizations that are, to a certain degree, competitors. This thesis analyzes the design and use of interorganizational information systems from the points of view of political organization theory and economic organization theory and analyzes three case studies of interorganizational information systems, and provides guidelines for the design of these systems.

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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Department of Public Administration

Homburg, V.M.F. (1999, January). The Political Economy of Information Management : A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Decision Making regarding Interorganizational Information Systems. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/891