Alliances, M&As, and Markets for Technology: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead

Collaborative strategies for the generation and development of technology are extremely important in our economy. We have seen how the complexity of these arrangements plagued by information asymmetry and contract incompleteness creates additional tension in the relationships. This panel will review our current understanding of how allying partners overcome such tensions and manage to succeed in their innovation endeavors. The panel will also discuss directions for future work to continue improving our understanding of this important research phenomenon.


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Giovanni Battista Dagnino Chair of Management and Professor of Digital Strategy at the University of Rome LUMSA, Palermo Campus, Italy. Prior to joining LUMSA, he has spent over 20 years at the University of Catania...

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Niels Ketelhohn a professor of Strategy and Competitiveness at INCAE. He obtained his doctorate from Harvard, where his research was supervised by Prof. Michael E. Porter. He also has a Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute...

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Keyvan Vakili an Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the London Business School (2013-present). He received my Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the Rotman School of Management, University of...