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A Web of Alliances in the Global Telecommunication Industry
Unformatted Document Text:  Global Telecommunication 10 (Vanhaverbeke & Noordehaven, 2001, p.197). Simply, using the concept of blocks in interorganizational networks may be appropriate for describing the dual structure of collaboration and competition in particular markets. In addition, an organization in the block has a tendency to behave on the basis of organizational behaviors of other block members. Thus, it is important to understand both the internal and external structure of interorganizational linkage blocks. Research Questions The arguments that have been developed up to this point suggest that interorganizational alliances are contributed to form global telecommunication networks. Thus, as discussed above, the important dimension is the interorganizational linkage, which defines interorganizational ties among global telecommunication companies. In this context, this study s central question considers the network structure among firms as a unit of analysis. It focuses on how an individual firm is linked with others in terms of the two dimensions in global telecommunication networks. Thus, its main purpose is to trace various relational structures based on the cross linkage of telecommunication firms, as a measure of the extent to which firms are linked. The specific arguments can be

Authors: Chon, Bum Soo. and Barnett, George.
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Global Telecommunication 10
(Vanhaverbeke & Noordehaven, 2001, p.197). Simply, using the concept of blocks in
interorganizational networks may be appropriate for describing the dual structure of collaboration
and competition in particular markets. In addition, an organization in the block has a tendency to
behave on the basis of organizational behaviors of other block members. Thus, it is important to
understand both the internal and external structure of interorganizational linkage blocks.
Research Questions
The arguments that have been developed up to this point suggest that
interorganizational
alliances are contributed to form global telecommunication networks. Thus, as discussed
above, the important dimension is the interorganizational linkage, which defines
interorganizational ties among global telecommunication companies. In this context, this
study s central question considers the network structure among firms as a unit of
analysis. It focuses on how an individual firm is linked with others in terms of the two
dimensions in global telecommunication networks. Thus, its main purpose is to trace
various relational structures based on the cross linkage of telecommunication firms, as a
measure of the extent to which firms are linked. The specific arguments can be


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