Strategies of Cooperation: Managing Alliances, Networks, and Joint Ventures

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures x
  • List of Tables xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Chapter 1- Introduction 1
  • I- The Nature of Cooperation 15
  • Chapter 2- Different Perspectives 17
  • References 41
  • Chapter 3- Trust 45
  • ''References 63
  • Chapter 4- Motives 65
  • References 81
  • II- Establishing Cooperation 85
  • Chapter 5- Partner and Form Selection 87
  • References 111
  • Chapter 6- Networks and Virtuality 113
  • References 141
  • Chapter 7- Negotiation and Valuation 160
  • III- Managing Cooperation 163
  • Chapter 8- General Management 165
  • Reference 182
  • Chapter 9- Control 184
  • References 209
  • Chapter 10- Human-Resource Management 212
  • References 227
  • Chapter 11- Culture 229
  • References 256
  • Chapter 12- Emerging Economies 259
  • References 277
  • IV- The Maturing Relationship 281
  • Chapter 13- Organizational Learning 283
  • References 311
  • Chapter 14- The Evolving Alliance 314
  • References 329
  • Chapter 15- Conclusion and the Future 331
  • Appendix. the Case Studies 350
  • References 358
  • Index 359
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