Intangibles in Competition and Cooperation: Euro-Asian Perspectives

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P. Banerjee, F. Richter
Palgrave Macmillan UK, May 4, 2001 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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The management of intangibles in cooperation and competition engenders and encompasses a dynamic nexus of organizational learning, innovation, and capabilities. This book is a major step forward in grasping and developing the theory of intangibles. Contributions on theoretical proposals, empirical findings and case studies from Asia and Europe challenge the dominant Anglo-American paradigms and cooperation and competition are redefined in the light of Euro-Asian experience on managing intangibles. The contributors are experts in the field of intangibles, knowledge management, and its applications in Asia and Europe. This book will be a valuable reference for managers seeking to broaden their understanding of intangibles-management issues.

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TETSUO ABO Professor of International Economics and International Management, Teikyo University, Japan PARTHASARATHI BANERJEE National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies, India P.L. BEENA Consultant, Research and Information System for the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries CAROLINE BENTON Consultant serving Western multinationals entering the Japanese market DIETER BESCHORNER Lecturer in International Management, Controllership and Environmental Tasks and Chairman of the Board of the Humboldt Studies Centre of Humanities and Philosophy, University of Ulm, Germany BYOENG-WHAN CHANG Research Associate, INEAR Center, University of Shimane, Japan BAIZHU CHEN Assistant Professor, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, USA JIN CHEN Associate Professor, Tianjin University of Commerce; Ph.D. candidate, Tokyo University and affiliated research fellow, MIT, USA SUNYANG CHUNG Professor of Technology Management, Sejong University, Korea JOHN EDWARDS Senior Lecturer in Operational Research and Systems, Aston Business School, UK XIN FANG Professor and Deputy Director, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China YI FENG Assistant Professor, Claremont Graduate University, USA HA HUONG Lecturer, Technology Management Center, Singapore JOHN KIDD Aston Business School, UK BRIJ N. KUMAR Professor and Chair of Business Economics and International Management, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany HEIKE A. LANG Scientific Staff and Ph.D. Student, Department of Corporate Strategy, University of Ulm, Germany; Lecturer in Financial Management, Steinbeis Academy for Business Management, Danube-University of Krems, Germany ALEXANDER T. MOHR Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany YONG-TAE PARK Faculty Member, Department of Industrial Engineering and Associate Director, Graduate Program of Technology and Management, Seoul National University (SNU), Korea FRANK-J RGEN RICHTER holds a management position with a European Multinational Corporation JOCHEN RUSS Director, Institut fur Finanz- und Aktuarwissenschaften; Lecturer, University of Ulm and Member of the Committee for Mathematical Finance of the German Society of Actuaries KLAUS RUTH Senior Researcher, Institute for Technology and Education, Breman University, Germany YOSHIYA TERAMOTO Professor of Social System Design, Graduate School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Visiting Professor of Organization Theory, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University and Visiting Researcher, National Institute for Science and Technology Policy, The Science and Technology Agency, Japan CHONG WANG Senior Manager, China International Economic Consultants, Beijing, China.

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