Date Added: Sep 2009
Relationship learning is a topic of considerable importance for industrial networks, yet a lack of empirical research on the impact of relationship governance structures on relationship learning remains. This paper analyzes the impact of relationship governance structures on learning in partnerships. This paper contributes to the closure of the research gap by examining data drawn from 43 interviews on the subject of 199 customer-supplier relationships within the metal and electronics industries. As a method the paper applies cluster analysis and anova mean comparison.