Coopetition Strategy a New Kind of Interfirm Dynamics for Value Creation

@inproceedings{Dagnino2003CoopetitionSA,
  title={Coopetition Strategy a New Kind of Interfirm Dynamics for Value Creation},
  author={Giovanni Battista Dagnino},
  year={2003}
}
In management literature the hybrid behavior comprising competition and cooperation has been named coopetition. Whereas a number of authors (Brandenburger & Nalebuff, 1996; Lado, Boyd & Hanlon, 1997; Gnyawali & Madhavan, 2001) have recently emphasized the increasing importance of coopetition for today’s interfirm dynamics, scientific investigation on the issue of coopetition has not gone much farther beyond naming, claiming or evoking it. Therefore, whilst, on one hand, we acknowledge the… CONTINUE READING
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