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On the effects of strategic alliances on partners" output

Jong-Hun Park

On the effects of strategic alliances on partners" output

by Jong-Hun Park

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Published by City University of Hong Kong, Department of Economics and Finance in Kowloon, Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Strategic alliances (Business)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p18-20).

    StatementJong-hun Park, Anming Zhang.
    SeriesWorking paper series (City University of Hong Kong. Department of Economics and Finance) -- no.116
    ContributionsZhang, Anming., City University of Hong Kong. Department of Economics and Finance.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17535805M

      Using strategic alliances to solve the longshot problem. In this section, I show that (1) a strategic alliance between two owner-managed firms can resolve the longshot problem, and (2) alliances are sometimes preferred to simply having two dissociated firms. Factors for achieving a successful strategic alliance or joint venture. Alliances, if done well, can lead to outperformance and competitive advantage. Nevertheless, these rewards can be accompanied by high risk. Constant vigilance and significant commitment from the senior leaders of each parent is necessary to maintain rigorous, professional.

      Look for 3 key characteristics in strategic alliance partnerships to increase long-run success. They have been great partners throughout our journey together. Follow me on Twitter. alliances over time. We test the effects of alliance type and alliance experience on alliance management capability bydrawing onasampleof R&Dalliancesenteredinto by global biotechnology firms in the year period between and We find that alliance type and alliance experience moderate the relationship between a.

    A strategic alliance (also see strategic partnership) is an agreement between two or more parties to pursue a set of agreed upon objectives needed while remaining independent organizations.A strategic alliance will usually fall short of a legal partnership entity, agency, or corporate affiliate relationship. Typically, two companies form a strategic alliance when each possesses one or more. Partners and Establishing Alliances Thorough preparation is key to identifying the best partner and establishing an. effective alliance. The strategic alliance process should be used to understand the. need for partnerships, select the right partners, and design an optimal partnering. model.


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On the effects of strategic alliances on partners" output by Jong-Hun Park Download PDF EPUB FB2

Following a complementary alliance, (1) the partners produce greater output in all markets while the equilibrium output of the non-aligned carrier decreases, (2) the alliance partners earn greater profit while the non-aligned carrier's profit falls, (3) total market output increases and full price decreases on at least one of the complementary alliance routes (under symmetric demands and costs, total Cited by: In the highly competitive global arena, companies that do not forge strategic international partnerships will be left behind.

Today, the old joint venture has given way to a new, more entrepreneurial globalization process. Drawing from the examples of successful alliances like Ford/Mazda, Toshiba/Motorola, and Whirlpool/Philips, the authors offer a road map for managing these entrepreneurial 5/5(1).

Strategic alliances can be vital for organizations looking to create or access capabilities they need to keep pace with a transforming business environment and to seize new opportunities.

Getting these partnerships right, however, requires deliberate efforts involving strategic decisions, partner evaluation, and longer-term alliance management. Over the past several decades there has been an enormous increase in the formation of international strategic alliances and in the research efforts devoted to understanding alliances.

This article analyses the major issues and research questions in the international strategic alliance area. Although the objective is to be as comprehensive as possible, the volume of research in this field is so.

– The main purposes of the study are to: test the strategic alliance framework developed by Sambasivan et al. on the strategic alliances with suppliers and customers, separately; and compare the factors influencing strategic alliances with suppliers and customers based on the results.

The present study analyzes the effect of strategic alliance motives, environment, asset specificity Cited by: 5. Assignment 2: Effects of Strategic Alliances Locate and read three articles on the topic of strategic alliances between multinational corporations (MNC) and/or transnational organizations (TNC).

Write an analysis of the social responsibility issues that arise between strategic alliance partners. Strategic alliances involve the sharing of knowledge and expertise between partners as well as the reduction of risk and costs in areas such as relationships with suppliers and the development of new products and technologies.

a strategic alliance is sometimes equated with a joint venture, but an alliance may involve competitors, and generally has a shorter life span. Alliances present a paradox for firms.

On the one hand, firms engage in a large number of alliances to secure and extend their competitive advantage and growth; on the other hand, their alliances exhibit surprisingly low success rates. In this paper, we discuss how firms can address these failures by identifying some of the primary drivers of alliance success.

First, we discuss how firms can. Strategic alliances can be effective ways to diffuse new technologies rapidly, to enter a new market, to bypass governmental restrictions expeditiously, and to learn quickly from the leading firms. Dialogue/ Negotiation Overall guiding principles are formed. Strategy Lifecycle of a Strategic Alliance The process in moving towards a mutual outcome 06 Taking direction provided the strategy stage, initial screening for potential partners is conducted.

Search Strategic alliance carries out its intended actions. Strategic alliances can be effective ways to diffuse new technologies rapidly, to enter a new market, to bypass governmental restrictions expeditiously, and to learn quickly from the leading firms in a given field.

However, strategic alliances are not simple or easy to create, develop, and support. Strategic alliances projects often fail because of tactical errors made by management. A strategic alliance is an interorganizational cooperative agreement that leads to the allocation of resources and skills by two or more organizations for the achievement of common goals, as well as goals unique to individual partners.2 A wide variety of partnerships exist and a company may engage in distinctive partnerships for a multitude of.

A global strategic alliance helps companies broaden their networking base of contacts throughout the world.

The additional of political contacts through this partnership may be one of the most valuable advantages that is available with this type of partnership. List of the Disadvantages of Global Strategic Alliances 1. Strategic alliances allow two organizations, individuals or other entities to work toward common or correlating goals.

The effects of forming a strategic alliance can include allowing each of. assets to one of the partners Especially in periods of market or operational uncertainty, joint ventures can be used effectively as an alternative to a Joint venture Strategic alliance Total alliances Activity per year US unemployment peaks (rates in %) Increased activity reflects the switch from.

The main disadvantages of Strategic Alliances in business are: Strategic alliances undoubtedly have built in challenges. Perhaps the primary disadvantage is the fact that one partner which handles all of its business internally must now depend on a second partner.

Any organization deciding on strategic alliance incurs some costs in addition to. Strategic alliances are developed to increase speed to market and require a high degree of communication. Keywords: strategic alliance, global markets, alliance success, global networks, competitive advantage, alliance failure 1.

Introduction Over the past decades, the importance of strategic alliances has substantially increased and they have been seen as a response to the challenges of market globalization. My particular interest is in how strategic alliances evolve into smaller proprietary ecosystems or constellations, whereby providing that firm with a.

Common Reasons for the Strategic Alliances venture: 1) Slow Cycle of the business. When the business cycle is slow in nature owing to the various external and internal factors, the company’s competitive advantage is relatively shielded for a relatively long time period. Even the company doesn’t come up with the new and latest offerings for the target market.

Strategic alliances have the potential to create various benefits for the partner firms, such as access to new technologies and complementary skills, economies of scale, and the reduction of risk. This chapter provides an analysis of major issues and research questions involving strategic alliances.Risk in Strategic Alliances 4/34 Opportunity Partners 5/16 Due Diligence 5/25 Payback Period 5/32 Reliability 5/38 Learning Summary 5/45 Review Questions 5/51 Module 6 Forming the Alliance or Partnership 6/1 of which the effect of the alliance is only a single element.

In addition, not all alliances are formed with the.Locate and read three articles on the topic of strategic alliances between Starbucks, Pepsi Co., iTunes, and Barnes and Noble. Analyze the social responsibility issues that arise between strategic alliance partners. Make sure to: Describe each company.

- Describe the strategic alliance and the economic benefit to each company.