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The Oxford handbook of entrepreneurship and collaboration
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année 2019
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The Oxford handbook of entrepreneurship and collaboration
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Résumé éditeur : "Organizational collaboration has played an important role in the field of strategic management in the last couple of decades. Though the importance of collaboration to entrepreneurship might seem apparent, research on it is distributed across multiple contexts, theoretical perspectives, and units of analysis. The aim of this volume is to highlight this diversity and emphasize the important roles that collaboration plays in value creation, resource acquisition, and the development of entrepreneurial ventures. Interorganizational collaboration involves two or more independent organizations working together under an incomplete contract to accomplish certain objectives. These collaborations might take many forms, ranging from relatively informal or narrow-scope exchanges to equity partnerships. Exciting prospects exist to more explicitly link collaboration to other topics in entrepreneurship, including the creation and discovery of entrepreneurial opportunities, technology entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial decision making, and cooperative commercialization strategies. This handbook is categorized into sections that address some of the most important topics related to collaboration and connect them to unique challenges and opportunities related to entrepreneurship. In this collection of work, leading scholars take stock of the current literature and aim to advance this body of research by highlighting the role that collaboration plays in value creation, resource acquisition, and the development of entrepreneurial ventures."
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