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By Emanuela Todeva

ISBN-10: 0203028260

ISBN-13: 9780203028261

ISBN-10: 0415368383

ISBN-13: 9780415368384

Constructing an interdisciplinary method of company networks, this e-book stories the prime fiscal administration and organizational theories to discover how the habit of industrial networks is conceptualized. targeting evolving overseas companies, company Networks comprises functional, comparative analyses of case reports of overseas enterprise networks, together with the data and communications undefined, the car and the petrochemical undefined.

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The difficulties of grasping such an interdisciplinary field can be overcome only by efforts to integrate distant fragments of knowledge in order to produce a coherent picture of what business networks are and how they work. Although I am aiming at a synthesis of theories, I believe also that there is a constructive potential in contrasting alternative approaches and conflicting paradigms in the search for a deeper understanding of a complex phenomena. 1). With this framework I aim to capture the synergies that emerge from such an interdisciplinary enquiry and to establish the foundations for future interdisciplinary studies of business networks.

The detailed description of this model below represents an account of the main conceptual framework developed under the relational approach. 2 shows details of two nodes and the inside linkages within the overlapping networks of actors, resources and activities in the context of two discrete exchange activities (activity A and activity B). Actors (A1 and A2) commit specific resources for each activity (resource A1, resource B1, resource A2, resource B2). 2 The simple network of actors, resources and activities in a dyadic relationship (source: Adapted from Håkansson and Johanson (1993), actors–resources–activities model (A–R–A model)).

For the second Activity B – marketing, for example – the roles and dependencies could be reversed and Actor 2 may be playing a more dominant role. This model assumes interaction between two human actors, actively Aspiring networks 29 making choices to participate in activities, and to exchange resources. This is a typical assumption for the relational perspective in business network analysis. Johanson and Mattsson (1992) acknowledge that within the relational perspective only human actors have intentions, and thus can create and implement strategic choices.

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