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  1. Transaction costs and formal institutions: definitions, explanations and theories
  2. Strategy and improvements of two formal institutions due to transaction costs

According to rational action theory, economic choices presumed to be free, rational and motivated by personal interest. The rational agent is assumed to take account of available information, probabilities, risk, but also potential costs and benefits of any exchange. However, the functioning of the market basically uncertain over the long-term ends up in distorting economic agents' expectations and rationality, creating opportunism and imposing them transaction costs.

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