2 edition of Post-formation dynamics in high-tech alliances found in the catalog.
Post-formation dynamics in high-tech alliances
|Statement||by M. Zollo, J. J. Reuer and H. Singh.|
|Series||Working papers / INSEAD -- 98/95/SM, Working papers -- 98/95/SM.|
|Contributions||Reuer, Jeffrey J., Singh Harbir., INSEAD.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Recently, more and more scholars focus their attention on the post-formation alliance dynamics, such as whether alliances experience significant contractual alternations (Reuer et al., ), how. Purpose – The purpose of this paper is propose a strategic framework for understanding interpartner negotiation dynamics in alliances.
Design/methodology/approach – The. Risk perception and post-formation governance in international joint ventures in Taiwan: The perspective of the foreign partner Journal of International Management, Vol.
16, No. 3 Investment and Control Decisions in Foreign Markets: Evidence from Service IndustriesCited by: As cooperative ventures and strategic alliances have increased in numbers, there is need for an analysis which does not proceed from presumption that singular-person action is the only form of action.
When doing things with others, certain wrongs become possible that solo activity does not recognize. Moreover, such an alternative might help identify explanations and ways firms Author: Yotam Lurie.
Learning dynamics in research alliances: A panel data analysis To account for high-tech industries – and their potentially high spillovers – we include dummies for high-tech communications, It must be noted that, although we focus on Cited by: We show how the tension between cooperation and competition affects the dynamics of learning alliances.
‘Private benefits’ and ‘common benefits’ differ in the incentives that they create for investment in learning. The competitive aspects of alliances are most severe when a firm's ratio of private to common benefits is by: Develop innovative networks and collaborations: never walk alone.
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Building closer ties, particularly across industries, requires dealing with physical as well as cultural distance and. Ali, T. An integrative perspective of social exchange theory and transaction cost theory on the antecedents of trust and trust-performance relationship in international joint ventures: Evidence from Nordic multinational firms, PhD dissertation, University of Vaasa, Acta WasaensiaBusiness Administration Google ScholarAuthor: Nikolaos Sklavounos, Konstantinos Rotsios, Yannis A.
Hajidimitriou. Papers from 1st conference on organizational routines (Odense, ) Markus C. Becker Post-formation dynamics in high-tech alliances book operationalizing the routines concept: Task mapping, grammars of sequential interaction, and constrained possibility spaces».
Samira Guennif & Pierre André Mangolte «The Analysis of Organizational Routines: An Analytical Framework departing from Nelson & Winter and. Introduction. An international joint venture (IJV) is a separate legal organization that represents the joint equity holdings of two or more partners, in which the headquarters of at least one partner is located outside the country of the venture operation (Shenkar & Zeira, ).Although this widely used definition does not restrict the number of partners, most research only considers Cited by: Int.
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Agency. The above is the definition of a developed or mature cluster, such as the Cambridge high-tech cluster, Silicon Valley or the Hsinchu science-based cluster in Taiwan. Real-life clusters are usually the result of path-dependent, evolutionary, socio-political, historical, and entrepreneurial processes that unfold in real time (Locke, Cited by: From this broad debate, many definitions of IC and various classifications of its constituent elements emerged.
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The past few decades have witnessed a significant increase in the number of cross-border strategic alliances among firms. We focus on the role of alliance expertise (alliance experience and diversity of partners) and alliance governance (horizontal vs. vertical alliances and joint venture vs.
other alliances) in global innovation generation. We also examine the effect of Cited by: Hsieh, Linda and Rodrigues, S. and Child, J. () 'Risk Perception and Post-formation Governance in International Joint Ventures in Taiwan: The Perspective of the Foreign Partner'.
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Risk perception and post-formation governance in international joint ventures in Taiwan: The perspective of the foreign partner. Journal of International Management, 16 (3): Child, J., Rodrigues S.B. and Frynas G. Secondly, this quest for relevance requires recognizing that much of the dynamics of organizations is not given within the framework of rationality, perfect markets and the harmonic organizations that dominant theories in economics and management advocate.
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Theoretically, research has failed to explain how IJV termination is linked to the formation and post-formation process of IJVs. Gulati R. Alliances and networks. Strategic Management Journal, 19(4): (28%). Schnaars () shows that late entrants overtake pioneers in various markets, including high-tech.
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