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The Routledge Companion to Coopetition Strategies

1st Edition

Edited by Anne-Sophie Fernandez, Paul Chiambaretto, Frédéric Le Roy, Wojciech Czakon

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Description

As more and more strategic alliances are forged between competitors, a dedicated word has been coined to described this strategy: coopetition. Coopetition strategy research began in the early 1990s and has been steadily increasing; yet, a global overview of the field has been lacking.

This reference volume is the first to provide a comprehensive international survey of coopetition research. Organized thematically and written by the world’s most-cited researchers in the field, it views the topic through the lens of a variety of disciplines including innovation, strategic management, operations management, and marketing.

This reference book is the definitive resource for researchers looking to understand the field of coopetition throughout business and management.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION - COOPETITION: FROM NEOLOGISM TO A NEW PARADIGM

Anne-Sophie Fernandez, Paul Chiambaretto, Frédéric Le Roy and Wojciech Czakon

PART I. COOPETITION THEORY

CHAPTER 1. COOPETITION RESEARCH - ROOTING AND FUTURE AGENDAS

Maria Bengtsson, Sören Kock and Eva-Lena Lundgren-Henriksson

CHAPTER 2. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF COOPETITION: REVIEW AND INTEGRATION

Tadhg Ryan Charleton, Devi R. Gnyawali and Robert J. Galavan

CHAPTER 3. FROM STRATEGIZING COOPETITION TO MANAGING COOPETITION

Frédéric Le Roy, Anne-Sophie Fernandez and Paul Chiambaretto

CHAPTER 4. NETWORK COOPETITION

Wojciech Czakon

CHAPTER 5. DYNAMICS OF COOPETITIVE VALUE CREATION AND APPROPRIATION

Paavo Ritala and Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen

CHAPTER 6. THE SWING OF A PENDULUM OF COOPETITION INQUIRY

Giovanni Battista Dagnino and Anna Minà

 

PART II. COOPETITION ANTECEDENTS AND DRIVERS

CHAPTER 7. TRUST IN TOURISM DYADIC AND NETWORK COOPETITION

Wojciech Czakon and Katarzyna Czernek-Marszałek

CHAPTER 8. ARE COMPETITORS THE BEST PARTNERS IN INNOVATION NETWORKS?

Frédéric Le Roy, Frank Lasch and Marc Robert

CHAPTER 9. THE ROLE OF POLICY MAKERS AND REGULATORS IN COOPETITION

Marcello Mariani

CHAPTER 10. Organizational Culture Models of Coopetitors

Patrycja Klimas

Chapter 11. Coopetition and Standardization

Anne Mione

CHAPTER 12. COOPETITION AND GAME THEORY

Mahito Okura and David Carfi

 

PART III COOPETITION TENSIONS AND MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 13. COOPETITIVE TENSIONS

Annika Tidström

CHAPTER 14. MANAGING TENSIONS RELATED TO INFORMATION IN COOPETITION

Anne-Sophie Fernandez and Paul Chiambaretto

CHAPTER 15. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN COOPETITION

Isabel Estrada

CHAPTER 16. MAKING SENSE OF COOPETITION SENSEMAKING

Eva-Lena Lundgren-Henriksson and Sören Kock

CHAPTER 17. THE RISE OF THE COOPETITIVE PROJECT TEAM

Anne-Sophie Fernandez and Frédéric Le Roy

CHAPTER 18. COOPETITION CAPABILITY: WHAT IS IT?

Tatbeeq Raza-Ullah, Maria Bengtsson and Vladimir Vanyushyn

CHAPTER 19. A MULTI-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE ON MANAGING COOPETITION

Stefanie Dorn and Sascha Albers

PART IV. COOPETITION AT DIFFERENT LEVELS

CHAPTER 20. COOPETITING WITH AN IRRECONCILABLE ASYMMETRIC DISADVANTAGE

Philippe Baumard

CHAPTER 21. COOPETITIVE PORTFOLIOS: A REVIEW AND RESEARCH AGENDA

Paul Chiambaretto and Anne-Sophie Fernandez

CHAPTER 22. COOPETITION AND GROUP DYNAMICS

Aleksios Gotsopoulos

CHAPTER 23. COOPETITION AND ECOSYSTEMS: CASE OF AMAZON.COM

Alain Wegmann, Paavo Ritala, Gorica Tapandjieva and Arash Golnam

CHAPTER 24. PATTERNS OF COOPETITION IN META-ORGANIZATIONS

Jamal Eddine Azzam and Héloïse Berkowitz

CHAPTER 25. VISUALIZING COOPETITION: MULTIDIMENSIONAL SEQUENCE ANALYSIS

Alain Jeunemaitre, Hervé Dumez and Benjamin Lehiany

PART V. COOPETITION OUTCOMES AND IMPLICATIONS

CHAPTER 26. CHALLENGES AND MERITS OF COOPETITIVE INNOVATION

Johanna Gast, Wolfgang Hora, Ricarda B. Bouncken and Sascha Kraus

CHAPTER 27. BUILDING A FIRST-MOVER ADVANTAGE FROM COOPETITION

André Nemeh

CHAPTER 28. TECHNOLOGY-BASED COOPETITION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Marcus Holgersson

CHAPTER 29. COOPETITION AND MARKET PERFORMANCE

Paavo Ritala

CHAPTER 30. THE VALUE IMPLICATIONS OF COOPETITION

Jako Volschenk

CHAPTER 31. COOPETITION AND BUSINESS MODELS

Chander Velu

PART VI. COOPETITION BEYOND STRATEGY

CHAPTER 32. COOPETITION AND THE DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES FRAMEWORK

David J. Teece

CHAPTER 33. THE EMERGENCE OF COOPETITIVE MARKETING

Călin Gurău, Paul Chiambaretto and Frédéric Le Roy

CHAPTER 34. MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR INTER-NETWORK COOPETITION

Thuy Séran and Hervé Chappert

CHAPTER 35. VERTICAL COOPETITION IN BUYER-SUPPLIER RELATIONS

Miriam Wilhelm

CHAPTER 36. COOPETITION FOR SMEs

Malin H. Näsholm, Maria Bengtsson and Marlene Johansson

Chapter 37. Open Coopetition

Frédéric Le Roy and Henry Chesbrough

About the Editors

Anne-Sophie Fernandez is Associate Professor in Strategic Management at the University of Montpellier, France.

Paul Chiambaretto is Associate Professor in Marketing and Strategy at Montpellier Business School and Associate Researcher at École Polytechnique, France.

Frédéric Le Roy is Professor in Strategic Management at the University of Montpellier and Affiliate Professor at Montpellier Business School, France.

Wojciech Czakon is Professor in Strategic Management at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS041000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management
BUS063000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Strategic Planning