Honeymoons and Liabilities : The Relationship between Age and Performance in Research and Development Alliances

@inproceedings{Deeds2003HoneymoonsAL,
  title={Honeymoons and Liabilities : The Relationship between Age and Performance in Research and Development Alliances},
  author={David L. Deeds and Frank T. Rothaermel},
  year={2003}
}
The use of strategic alliances by technology ventures has increased dramatically over the last 20 years. During this period companies not only have increased the use of alliances but also have used them in more strategically important areas, particularly in research and development (R&D) and new product development. Thus, successful management of strategic alliances in high-technology industries has become critical to a firm’s new product development and ultimately to firm performance. Yet… CONTINUE READING
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