Industrial Cooperation: Definition, Interest and Dynamic Evolution

  • M. Filippi
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Abstract

The aim of this communication is to explain cooperation agreement as a specific mode of coordination and to study how this agreement relation is embedded into organisational knowledge and competences. In a first part, we propose a definition of the motivations for cooperation. The second part deals with cooperation. This last guides responses to the unanticipated technological change using “trust”.

Keywords

Organizational Learning Cooperation Strategy Strategic Management Journal Specific Asset Agreement Relation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Filippi
    • 1
  1. 1.UFR Droit et Sciences EconomiquesUniversite de CorseCorteFrance

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