Decisions of knowledge transfer in technology innovation alliance: a stackelberg leader-followers model

@article{Jiang2010DecisionsOK,
  title={Decisions of knowledge transfer in technology innovation alliance: a stackelberg leader-followers model},
  author={Zhang-sheng Jiang and Long-ying Hu and Ke-ke Chen},
  journal={Operational Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={231-242}
}
The decision-making processes of knowledge transfer are regarded as the Stackelberg leader-followers games between the core firm and partners in the technology innovation alliance. Basically, a decision-making model of knowledge transfer is established to analyze the influences of knowledge transfer decisions of the core and partners. The analysis results point out that the precondition of the existence and development of alliances is that the core firm’s knowledge marginal revenues are large… CONTINUE READING

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