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A Web of Alliances in the Global Telecommunication Industry
Unformatted Document Text:  Global Telecommunication 25 Kang, N. & Sakai, K. (2000). International Strategic Alliances: Their role in Industrial Globalization. STI Working Papers. OECD. Kim, K. & Barnett, G.A. (2000). The structure of the international telecommunications regime in transition: A network analysis of international organizations. International Interaction, 26, 1, 91-127. Knoke, D. & Rogers, D. L. (1979). A blockmodel analysis of interorganizational networks. Sociology and Social Research, 64, 28-52. Krackhardt, D. (1999). The ties that torture: Simmelian tie analysis in organizations. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 16, 183-210. Laumann, E.O., Marsden, P. V. & Prensky, D. (1983). The boundary specification problem in network analysis. In Ronald S. Burt and Michael J. Minor (eds.), Applied Network Analysis (pp.18-34). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Leander, T. (1999 February). Industry focus: That’s entertainment. Global Finance. 43-45. Madhavan, R., Koka, B.R. & Prescott, J. E. (1998). Networks in transition: How industry events (re)shape interfirm relationships. Strategic Management Journal, 19, 5, 439-459. Marsden, P. V. (1990). Network data and measurement. Annual Review of Sociology, 16, 435-463. Mizruchi, M. S. & Galaskiewicz, J. (1994). Networks of interorganizational relations. In S. Wasserman & J. Galaskiewicz (Eds.), Advances in Social Network Analysis(pp.230-253). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Mohr, J. W. (1998). Measuring meaning structures. Annual Review of Sociology, 24, 345-370. Nohria, N. (1992). Introduction: Is a network perspective a useful way of studying organizations? In N. Nohria & R. Eccles (Eds.), Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and Action (pp.1-22). Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Nohria, N. & Garcia-Pont, C. (1991). Global strategic linkages and industry structure. Strategic Management Journal, 12, 105-124.

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Global Telecommunication 25

Kang, N. & Sakai, K. (2000). International Strategic Alliances: Their role in Industrial
Globalization. STI Working Papers. OECD.

Kim, K. & Barnett, G.A. (2000). The structure of the international telecommunications
regime in transition: A network analysis of international organizations.
International Interaction, 26, 1, 91-127.
Knoke, D. & Rogers, D. L. (1979). A blockmodel analysis of interorganizational
networks. Sociology and Social Research, 64, 28-52.
Krackhardt, D. (1999). The ties that torture: Simmelian tie analysis in organizations.
Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 16, 183-210.

Laumann, E.O., Marsden, P. V. & Prensky, D. (1983). The boundary specification
problem in network analysis. In Ronald S. Burt and Michael J. Minor (eds.),
Applied Network Analysis (pp.18-34). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Leander, T. (1999 February). Industry focus: That’s entertainment. Global Finance. 43-45.

Madhavan, R., Koka, B.R. & Prescott, J. E. (1998). Networks in transition: How industry
events (re)shape interfirm relationships. Strategic Management Journal, 19, 5,
439-459.

Marsden, P. V. (1990). Network data and measurement. Annual Review of Sociology,
16, 435-463.
Mizruchi, M. S. & Galaskiewicz, J. (1994). Networks of interorganizational relations. In
S. Wasserman & J. Galaskiewicz (Eds.), Advances in Social Network Analysis
(pp.230-253). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Mohr, J. W. (1998). Measuring meaning structures. Annual Review of Sociology, 24,
345-370.
Nohria, N. (1992). Introduction: Is a network perspective a useful way of studying
organizations? In N. Nohria & R. Eccles (Eds.), Networks and Organizations:
Structure, Form, and Action (pp.1-22). Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Nohria, N. & Garcia-Pont, C. (1991). Global strategic linkages and industry structure.
Strategic Management Journal, 12, 105-124.


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