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A Web of Alliances in the Global Telecommunication Industry
Unformatted Document Text:  Global Telecommunication 3 A Web of Alliances in the Global Telecommunication Industry Introduction With the rapid progress of economic globalization and developments in information technologies, increased research attention has been devoted to the interorganizational alliances and mergers facilitating global expansion. For example, global strategic alliances have significantly increased over the last 10 years (Harbison & Pekar, 1998; Kang & Sakai, 2000). The basic purpose of these interorganizational alliances is to create value by sharing resources among firms on the global space (Doz & Hamel, 1998). All of these structural changes in industries and businesses may point to the economic consequences of globalization. As is the case of the media industry, internationalization and interdependency in the telecommunication industry have implications in relation to the development of communication technologies and to changes in deregulation policy. Regulatory deregulation in the telecommunication industry is viewed as playing an important role in the dramatic increase in global investments. That is, deregulation of telecommunication markets at the global level allows telecommunication companies to enter many foreign countries by using international joint ventures.

Authors: Chon, Bum Soo. and Barnett, George.
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Global Telecommunication 3
A Web of Alliances in the Global Telecommunication Industry
Introduction
With the rapid progress of economic globalization and developments in information
technologies, increased research attention has been devoted to the interorganizational alliances
and mergers facilitating global expansion. For example, global strategic alliances have
significantly increased over the last 10 years (Harbison & Pekar, 1998; Kang & Sakai, 2000). The
basic purpose of these interorganizational alliances is to create value by sharing resources among
firms on the global space (Doz & Hamel, 1998). All of these structural changes in industries and
businesses may point to the economic consequences of globalization.
As is the case of the media industry, internationalization and interdependency in
the telecommunication industry have implications in relation to the development of
communication technologies and to changes in deregulation policy. Regulatory
deregulation in the telecommunication industry is viewed as playing an important role in
the dramatic increase in global investments. That is, deregulation of telecommunication
markets at the global level allows telecommunication companies to enter many foreign
countries by using international joint ventures.


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