Intention to e-collaborate: propagation of research propositions

@article{Cheng2006IntentionTE,
  title={Intention to e-collaborate: propagation of research propositions},
  author={Eddie W. L. Cheng and Peter E. D. Love and Craig Standing and Hosein Gharavi},
  journal={Industrial Management and Data Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={106},
  pages={139-152}
}
Purpose – This paper seeks to propose the examination of the importance of firms’ intention to e-collaborate in facilitating e-collaboration for an informal alliance. Design/methodology/approach – A rigorous review of the existing literature is undertaken for the purpose of developing a contingency framework that determines firm boundaries. Findings – The conceptual framework posits that three decision contexts (the threat of opportunism, the threat of commercial failure, and the opportunity… CONTINUE READING

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