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10 His argument is derived from the observation that markets (the place for exchange) and societal production (or: public welfare) operate better by means of external controls, monitoring mIes and credible commitments. e. e. production): 'Institutions affect the performance of the economy by the costs of exchange and transformation' (North, 1990: 6). Transaction costs are effective if they promote market behavior and efficient if they increases economic wealth. Institutions are part of this idea and indispensable as they reduce uncertainty for individuals in exchange relations and complexity as monitoring devices of societallife for organizations.