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The Atlantic Alliance and the New Strategic Concept  [PDF]
Javier Conde
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals , 2000,
Abstract: The strategic concept of the Atlantic Alliance has evolved beginning with the incorporation of new countries and the need to respond and adapt to international changes. The author discusses the evolution of this latest concept and describes and analyzes in detail the newstrategic concept approved in April 1999, which is considered both groundbreaking and a demonstration of continuity. Continuity because it reaffirms collective defense as the backbone of the Alliance and groundbreaking because it attempts to contribute, decisively, to security in the broad sense of the Euro-Atlantic area, to the approved enlargement of the organization, to the fostering of good relations with Russia and the Ukraine and to the creation of a European Security and Defense Identity (ESDI). On this last point, Javier Conde explores the difficulties of constructing this identity within the EU’s present framework and reminds the reader howdeterminate the transatlantic link with the United States is for Europeans.
Cluster as a Form of Strategic Alliance
Marzena Godlewska,El?bieta Weiss
Contemporary Economics , 2007,
Abstract: The article presents the theory of clusters that are treated as natural elements of European model of economic development. There are highlighted Polish Forum of Lisbon Strategy point of view that indicated clusters as one of fundamental ideas recommended for Polish economy. In based on literature and observation of articleís authors the concept, examples of Polish clusters and their role in strategic alliance are presented.
Game Analysis of Strategic Partner Selection of Chinese and Foreign Technology Alliance  [cached]
Xiaohua Sun,Lin Hu
International Business Research , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v2n4p46
Abstract: This paper makes a discussion on the strategic partnership selection problem of technology alliance using the methods of game theory. We found the complete information dynamic game through backward induction which shows that when a companies have set up a strategic alliance with foreign manufacturers, it will select the interfere strategy to prevent an alliance between the other Chinese companies and transnational corporation, therefore, the optimal strategy of the latter is to maintain the status quo, and give up the motives of the strategic alliances.
The Advantages and Measures of Constructing Logistics Strategic Alliance for Chain Marketing Enterprises  [PDF]
Xiaogang Yang
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2016.67077
Abstract: The results indicated that the logistics strategic alliance has obvious advantages and benefits to economies of scale, and building strategic alliance of logistics is an effective way for the chain marketing enterprises to achieve economies of scale, which can enhance their core competitiveness. In this paper, the author pointed out the specific measures of the chain marketing enterprises to construct and consolidate logistics strategic alliance.
Studies on the New Trends of Multinational Corporation Strategic Alliance and Influence to China  [cached]
Cross-Cultural Communication , 2012, DOI: 10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120803.3200
Abstract: Along with the development of economic globalization and the intense of international competition day by day, Multinational corporation according to the comparison superiority which different host country in the talented, technical strength as well as in the scientific research infrastructure, arranges the scientific research organization in global, it promote various countries to cooperate and exchange in high-tech domain (BAI, 2008). Meanwhile the Multinational corporation adjustment or establishment investment strategy to China, invested to Chinese market massively, its business strategy and organizational form presented the new tendency -- Multinational corporation strategic alliance. The transnational strategic alliance changed traditional “antagonism” competition which took the competitor vanishing as the goal (GAO, 2000). The paper has analyzed that Multinational corporation strategic alliance’s new trend and influence to Chinese economy, proposed the Chinese Enterprise’s counter measures. Key words: Multinational corporations; Strategic alliance; Investment strategy; Cooperation; Competition
Strategic Alliance: Competitiveness of Sino-Foreign Cooperative School Running Operation  [cached]
Lihui Xie,Tao Hou,Ze Li
International Education Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ies.v4n1p51
Abstract: Lying in a transformation period of economic development, economic prosperity, social progress and development in science and technology have to rely on strong competitiveness of a nation’s universities to a large degree. Actually, universities’ competitiveness is closely related to the improvement of a nation’s competitiveness in human resources, industrial development and its comprehensive strength. From the perspective of universities’ international strategic alliance, this paper analyzes the ways to improve Chinese universities’ competitiveness as well as its components based on the theory of improving international competitiveness through Sino-foreign cooperative school operation.
Tsai-Yuan Lin,Yun-Yao Cheng
International Journal of Electronic Business Management , 2010,
Abstract: This study is to describe the knowledge network of strategic alliance studies embedded in the leading articles and to explore the key research themes in this field between 1999 and 2008. A total of 521 articles with 21,493 cited references were extracted from the Social Science Citation Index and the Science Citation Index. By using bibliometric methods, the citation and co-citation counts obtained were analyzed and then mapped with multivariate analysis and social network analysis techniques. Three main research themes of the strategic alliance field between the period 1999 and 2008 were discovered. They are strategic alliance formation; learning and absorptive capability; and the relationship and characteristics of partnership success. In addition, the knowledge network of strategic alliance studies is graphically mapped in a two-dimensional space to visualize spatial distances between intellectual themes. The results can help researchers to gain a better understanding of the major themes, concepts, and relationships related to strategic alliance research. This study provides a useful channel to access the publications in this field and to identify the research direction of strategic alliance studies.
Research of Accounting Talent Cultivation Model Based on the Strategic Alliance of Industry, University and Research Institute  [cached]
Wenhua Wang,Xia Dai
Asian Social Science , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v8n8p121
Abstract: On the basis of discussing how to construct the strategic alliance of industry, university and research institute, this paper further studies how to promote change in accounting talent cultivation model. The authors propose constructing a strategic alliance of industry, university and research institute with the employing unit as the subject and the market as the orientation and application-based accounting talents should pay attention to cultivation of theoretical quality, practical capacity and innovative capacity.
The U.S.-Israeli Strategic Alliance: How the United States Is Contributing to a “Disappearing” Palestine  [PDF]
Denise De Garmo
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2016.61004
Abstract: This paper examines the implications of the U.S.-Israeli strategic alliance on the proposed “two state solution”. This alliance has its roots in common values and mutuality of national interests, interests that have produced intelligence sharing, technology transfer, and military assistance between the U.S. and Israel. These exchanges have led to extensive U.S. support of Israel’s militarization in the Jordan Valley. It is also this strategic alliance that serves to support the continued annexation of the West Bank while diminishing future attempts at reaching a proposed “two state solution”.
Policy Suggestions on Innovation and Development of China’s Industry-University-Research Strategic Alliance  [cached]
Chunhua Feng,Dianwei Qi,Baojun Sun
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v6n1p269
Abstract: As is shown in the latest achievements in scientific research and major developed countries’ relevant experience, industry-university-research strategic alliance serves as a crucial way to improve independent innovative ability. With such alliance being an important path to achieve independent innovation and innovative system with Chinese characteristics, government is expected to enhance its policy guidance and create favorable policy environment during industry-university-research cooperation.
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