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On vertical integration in high-tech industry via expert networks following
co-development process see:
Darr, A. and I. Talmud (2003) " The Structure of Knowledge and
Seller-Buyer Networks in the Market for Emergent Technologies".
Organization Studies, 24(3), 435-453
More general, on corporate consequences of inter-industrial network
Ilan Talmud and Gustavo S. Mesh (1997), "Market Organization and Corporate
Instability: The Ecology of Inter-Industrial Networks", Social Science
Research 26: 419-441.
and on a general framework, mitigating ecological with network models of
Burt R. S. and I. Talmud, "Market Niche", Social Networks, 15 ,1993: 133-149.
I hope this would help.
At 22:42 24/12/2003 -0600, Ajay S. Behl wrote:
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>I am trying to understand the effect of network embeddedness on the
>evolution of processes in industries (to be precise, in food industry).
>The idea is to understand how vertical and horizontal integrations
>effect the rate of (co-) evolution of processes in different segments of
>the food retailing business.
>Can anyone please provide me references in this regard?
>Ajay Singh Behl
>Dept. of Appl. Economics
>University of Minnesota
>Saint Paul, MN 55108
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