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The Death of Competition by James F. Moore
"The term 'business ecosystem' circumscribes the microeconomics of
intense coevolution coalescing around innovative ideas."
"The new paradigm requires thinking in terms of whole systems, that is,
seeing your business as part of a wider economic ecosystem and
Co-Opetition by Adam M. Brandenburger, Barry J. Nalebuff
More of a game theory approach but definitely encourages a richer
view of possible relationships (e.g. coopetition = simultaneously
cooperating and competing with another firm; an example would be
working together on a standards committtee at the same time
that you are developing competing offerings).
Not sure if these qualify as research but they are both worth
At 10:08 AM 5/31/2003 -0400, John Prescott wrote:
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>Is anyone aware of research that explores the relationship between the
>strategy of a firm and the firm's design of its alliance network?
>John E. Prescott, Ph.D.
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>University of Pittsburgh
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