Cooperative Strategy: Economic, Business, and Organizational Issues by David FaulknerCooperative Strategy: Economic, Business, and Organizational Issues by David Faulkner

Cooperative Strategy: Economic, Business, and Organizational Issues

EditorDavid Faulkner, Mark De Rond

Paperback | November 1, 2001

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This book reviews the state of current thinking in the field of cooperative strategy, identifying some of the key issues being addressed by theorists and practitioners alike. Many books on the topic confine themselves to one theoretical approach, whether it be transaction cost economics,resource dependence theory, game theory, or the positioning school. In contrast, this book approaches the design, management, and dynamics of alliances from multiple viewpoints, thus seeking to provide the reader with a comprehensive and stimulating treatment. The first chapter attempts a review of the current state of theory on the rationale for cooperative strategy. It emphasizes the breadth and diversity of theories-economic, strategic, psychological, and sociological-that have been used to explain and inform the phenomenon of cooperation in otherwisecompetitive business environments.Contributors to the book include Peter J. Buckley, Stephen Tallman, Alan Rugman, Ray Loveridge, Barbara Gray, Mitchell P. Koza, Andrew C. Inkpen, P. Christopher Earley, John Child, Ranjay Gulati, and Ed Zajac. A foreword is provided by Yves L. Doz. In all, the book presents a rich and wide varietyof contributions from some of the best minds in the field.
Dr David Faulkner is University Lecturer in Strategic Management, Said Business School, and a Tutorial Fellow of Christ Church, University of Oxford. He is a Deputy Director of the Said Business School in charge of the MBA programme. Mark de Rond is Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategy and Management at ESSEC, France. He ...
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Title:Cooperative Strategy: Economic, Business, and Organizational IssuesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:412 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.87 inPublished:November 1, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199248532

ISBN - 13:9780199248537

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Table of Contents

Part One: Perspectives on Cooperative Strategy1. David O. Faulkner and Mark de Rond: Perspectives on Cooperative Strategy2. Keith W. Glaister, Rumy Husan, and Peter J. Buckley: Characteristics of UK International Joint Ventures with Triad and Non-Triad PartnersPart Two: The Rationale for Cooperation3. Alan Rugman and Joseph D'Cruz: The Theory of the Flagship Firm4. Anoop Madhok: Transaction (In)Efficiency, Value (In)Efficiency, and Inter-firm Collaboration5. Stephen Tallman: Forming and Managing Shared Organization Ventures: Resources and Transaction Costs6. Kofi O. Nti and Rajesh Kumar: Differential Learning in Alliances7. Ray Loveridge: The Firm as Differentiator and Integrator of Networks: Layered Communities of Practice and DiscoursePart Three: The Process of Cooperating8. Yves L. Doz and Oguz Baburoglu: From Competition to Collaboration: The Emergence and Evolution of RandD Cooperatives9. David Boddy, Douglas Macbeth, and Beverly Wagner: Implementing Cooperative Strategy: A Model from the Private Sector10. Thomas Kern and Leslie Willcocks: Cooperative Relationship Strategy in Global Information Technology Out-sourcing: The Case of Xerox Corporation11. Barbara Gray: Assessing Inter-Organizational Collaboration: Multiple Conceptions and Multiple Methods12. Jeffrey J. Reuer and Mitchell P. Koza: International Joint Venture Instability and Corporate StrategyPart Four: Cooperative Behaviour13. Robert Pitkethly, David O. Faulkner, and John Child: National Differences in Acquisition Integration14. Paul Olk and P. Christopher Earley: Interpersonal Relationships in International Strategic Alliances: Cross-Cultural Exchanges and Contextual Factors15. Steven C. Currall and Andrew C. Inkpen: Joint Venture Trust: Interpersonal, Inter-Group, and Inter-Firm Levels16. David O. Faulkner: Trust and Control: Opposing or Complementary Functions?Part Five: Cooperative Strategy: The Future17. Ranjay Gulati and Ed Zajac: Reflections on the Study of Strategic Alliances18. David O. Faulkner and Mark de Rond: Concluding Thoughts and Future Directions

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`The list of contributors to the collection is formidable ... and ... would catch the eye of anyone who has even a passing interest in international business and cooperative strategy research.'Andrew Delios, Journal of International Business Studies, March 2001