Contents: Preface: Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA): Part I Overview: The contractual basis of long-term organization - the overall architecture, Stefan Grundmann, Fabrizio Cafaggi and Giuseppe Vettori. Part II The Structure of Long-Term Contractual Cooperation: Dissecting long-term contracts: a law and economics approach, Mireia Artigot i Golobardes and Fernando Gomez Pomar; Contractual networks, contract design, and contract interpretation: the case of credit cards, Clayton P. Gillette; The lion, the fox and the workplace: fundamental rights and the politics of long-term contractual relationships, Chantal Mak. Part III Network of Contracts: 'And if I by Beelzebub cast out devils...': an essay on the diabolics of network failure, Gunther Teubner; Contracts with network effects: is the time now right?, Roger Brownsword; Networks of contracts and competition law, Michael Martinek. Part IV Knowledge Exchange in Long-Term Contractual Cooperation: Good faith related duties of disclosure and a view on franchising, Massimo Bianca; Trade secrets vs skill and knowledge, Aurea Sunol; Long-term relationships: networks and exchange of knowledge in production and distribution contracts, Marco Gobbato. Part V Remedies and Specific Governance Rules in Long-Term Relationships: Contract remedies - a relational perspective, Yehuda Adar and Moshe Gelbard; Contract governance within corporate governance: a lesson from the global financial crisis, Florian Moslein. Part VI Towards Legislation?: The nemesis of European private law: contractual nexus as a legislative conundrum, Marc Amstutz; Towards a legal framework for transnational European networks?, Fabrizio Cafaggi and Stefan Grundmann; Index.