Frontiers Of Strategic Alliance Research
Negotiating, Structuring And Governing Partnerships
Comprehensively encompasses the latest research in the expanding fields of strategic alliances and interfirm collaborations, featuring contributions from leading international experts.
|Titel:||Frontiers Of Strategic Alliance Research|
|auteur:||Contractor, Farok J. (EDT)/ Reuer, Jeffrey J. (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|NUR:||Bestuurs- en beleidskunde|
|Afmetingen:||183 x 257 x 31|
'This treatise developed by Contractor and Reuer defines the 'State of the Art' in alliance scholarship. It spans the boundary between theory and practice providing valuable knowledge for all who study or engage in collaborations between organizations.' Michael A. Hitt, University Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Mays Business School, Texas A & M University
Preface: the evolution of alliance scholarship; Part I. Theory and Future Directions in Alliance Research: 1. Frontiers of alliance research; 2. Understanding contracting behavior: the role of power; 3. Rationality in theoretical modeling of collaborative ventures; 4. The transaction cost theory of equity joint ventures: past, present and future; 5. Using alliances to test core theories of strategic and international management: the case of the resource-based view; Part II. Alliances in the Context of Rapid Technological Change and Disruptions: 6. Responding to digital disruption through alliances; 7. Performance differences of jointly-owned firms in the US electronics sector; Part III. Microfoundational Processes and Coordination between Partners: 8. Learning to coordinate in alliances: towards a microfoundation framework; 9. Social psychological foundations of alliance cooperation: the role of identity and identification in shared alliance interest; 10. A multi-level framework of alliance management: the paradox of coopetition; Part IV. Alliance Management Capability: 11. The evolution of alliance capability in large organizations: the case of alliance management; 12. Strategic animation in global professional services: a case for virtual integration processes in network organizations; 13. The organizational design of the alliance management system: a contingency perspective; Part V. Alliance Scope: 14. Alliance scope: theoretical and empirical perspectives; 15. The effect of alliance scope on knowledge flows; Part VI. Alliance Portfolios and Multilateral Alliances: 16. Technology alliance portfolios and radical innovation: the role of different alliance portfolio information processing mechanisms; 17. Multilateral alliances: a review and research agenda; Part VII. Multimarket and Multinational Alliances: 18. Multimarket competition and alliance formation; 19. Profitability of joint ventures abroad: explaining a new empirical puzzle; 20. Think globally, act cooperatively: entrepreneurial partnering between Invs and Mnes; Part VIII. Innovation Networks and Alliances: 21. Increasing knowledge complexity and informal networks in the information age; 22. Characteristics of innovation-driven interfirm alliances, 1957–2006: analysis and research directions; Part IX. Fostering Trust and the Impact of Culture: 23. The double-edged sword of high expectations: presumptive trust, reflective trust and satisfaction in international joint ventures; 24. Culture and cross-border alliances: unholy matrimony; Part X. The Evolution, Survival or Termination of Alliances: 25. Should I stay or should I go now? Integrating the learning and selection views on firms' successive make-or-ally decisions for product innovation; 26. Surviving alliance network evolution during industry convergence: observations and future research directions; Part XI. Public-Private Partnerships: 27. Pay to play: connecting university research funding to licensing outcomes; 28. Multiple partners in public-private collaborations: beyond the dyadic forms of cooperation.
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