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Strategic Interactions and Organisations

The analysis of strategic behaviours encompasses both economics and management questions. It is the theoretical framework needed to evaluate the impact of industry regulations on competitiveness; it is also appropriate to examine strategic interactions between firms and their impact on innovation and management practices. It can be applied to study the financial industry and financial firms.

Sub themes within this research area include the Dynamics of Strategic Alliances, Networks and Innovation, Privatisation and Public-Private-Partnerships, Airline Industry or Organisational Cultures that Engender Innovation.

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