completeness and state-contingent completeness are defined in Ayres & Gertner, supra note 17, at 730.
Using a case study approach that involves the collection of primary and secondary quantitative and qualitative data, it seeks to show that where a buyer is all-powerful, it is exceptionally difficult to fully implement and reap the benefits of a true win-win contractual obligational
relationship of the variety advocated by so many as being important in the achievement of competitive advantage.
Even the communal practices that Zajdow notes -- based around marijuana use -- are but a shadow of the obligational
processes at work in traditional or even partially traditional societies.
It is the most wonderful thing that the Catholic Church has become invitational instead of obligational
Even though the FBF is technically a revolving fund, it is still subject to annual enactment of new obligational
authority (a limitation on the use of revenue) by the Congress.
The following excerpt depicts the obligational
struggle many women undertake to maintain transnational ties.
But the close reading of the text and the focus on the specifics of this relationship can illuminate the centrality of obligational
love, of a community that travels with all its children and all of its cattle, and the rattle of kitchen gear.
If, for example, we take the continuum of obligational
contracting and arm's length contracting (Sako, 1994) we may well be wrong to conclude that firms dealing with written rather than oral contracts are participating in a business environment of the arm's length type.