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Andreas Al-Laham
Kaiserslautern University of Technology
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Andreas Al-Laham8
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Terry L. Amburgey19
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An emerging stream of literature has observed that project-based organizations rely increasingly on a network of collaborations originating from the ongoing process of creating and dissolving relationships that bring new project opportunities. Project-based networks are widespread in knowledge-intensive and creative industries, such as life-science and biotechnology, nanotechnology, and software, film, and music industry. This chapter examines the structural characteristics of project-based netw...
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Martin K. Welge9
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Andreas Al-Laham8
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(Kaiserslautern University of Technology),
Terry L. Amburgey19
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(University of Toronto),
Kimberly Bates3
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(Trent University)
Few studies have moved beyond the dyadic level of an ongoing alliance and examined factors contributing to the success of entering a series of alliances. In this paper we expect biotechnology firms over time to learn from their alliance experience and to develop general alliance capabilities. Specifically, we expect the speed with which they enter into new research alliances, e.g. their alliance formation rate, to be affected by capabilities built up in prior alliances as well as by characterist...
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Andreas Al-Laham8
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(Kaiserslautern University of Technology),
Vangelis Souitaris15
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(City University London)
This paper examines whether inter-organizational factors influence German biotech firms' propensity to internationalize by forming international research alliances. Inter-organizational factors include dimensions of a firm's embeddedness within its local cluster and within its national research network. We test two sets of hypotheses (local and national network-drivers) on a longitudinal event history dataset of the complete German biotech population for the years 1995-2004. Findings show that l...
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2008 in Strategic Organization [IF: 1.94]
Daniel Tzabbar7
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Barak S. Aharonson8
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Terry L. Amburgey19
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As firms engage in building different RD furthermore, the interdependencies of firms' existing knowledge stocks might explain performance differences.The authors measure the effects of three pairwise combinations of knowledge stocks on firm innovative success, and find, using an event-history analysis of 843 dedicated biotechnology firms during 1973—99, that one pair is complementary (i.e. intellectual and collaborative capital) and two pairs are substitutive (i.e. human and intellectual and hum...
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Terry L. Amburgey19
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Andreas Al-Laham8
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Danny Tzabbar1
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Inter-organizational alliances and the networks they generate have been a central topic in organization theory over the last decade. However, network analyses per se have been static. Even when information over time has been available, the temporal component has been set aside or aggregated to the end point of the study. Substantially more research has been conducted on organizations initiating inter-organizational relationships. The organization-level research has been decidedly dynamic in natu...
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