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The objective of this article is to evaluate the impact of the initial context of companies on their propensity to cooperate and on the characteristics of partner companies that they consider to be significant. Based on the contribution of the literature on international business and the framework proposed by Ghemawat , this article develops several hypotheses concerning the effects of distance, analysed by five different dimensions. These hypotheses are tested on a sample of international agreements concluded by European companies in the biotechnology industry.
The findings of the empirical study show that distance influences the choice of the country of partners, but that the impact varies according to the dimension analysed and the context of the agreement. In particular, they reveal that administrative, geographic, economic and technological distance plays an essential role, whereas cultural distance does not have a significant influence on the choice of the country of partners, at least in the biotechnology industry and when projects are subsidised.
Clusters are characterised by partnership practices that lead to a high level of competitiveness. However some of them encounter coordination difficulties due to conflicts over the appropriation of collective gains. This is more specifically the case of bioclusters because of their sectoral particularities and because of the different public policies that apply.
Stemming from an analysis of conflicts at stake in a biocluster, this article aims at bringing to light how firms and institutions strategies emerge and co-evolve as their actions are characterised by divergent interests. According to an evolutionary perspective, we propose an exploratory simulation leading to an analysis of the mutual adaptation dynamics developed by the agents involved.
The results show on the one hand that firms adjust their bargaining strategies according to uncertainty and to their perception of the gains which might be generated at the collective level. On the other hand, the model shows that local authorities can play a regulatory part in the game. This exploratory research provides insight into management public modalities so as to generate cooperation and innovation within bioclusters. The aim of this article is to show that firms opt for temporal agglomeration entering the market at the same time as their competitors when uncertainty concerning the success of their products is particularly significant.
An analysis of the major Hollywood studios from to shows that these firms limit uncertainty by adopting similar behaviours. Results show that a combination of factors lead to the agglomeration of film release dates. Budgets and styles are used as reference points by players in the industry; Oscar and day-off effects are strong. This article aims to shed light on the ways in which working students marry their work and school activities. On the basis of questionnaire responses garnered from working French students, it shows that coping strategies implemented to deal with the stress which arises from the work-school conflict are generally effective, with the exceptions of self-accusation and cognitive repression.
Furthermore, a negative relationship between work-school conflict, stress and turnover intention emerges. This study goes beyond mere one-dimensional illustrations which portray students as being under pressure or taking action to foster their own professional development, and instead suggests a combined response to role conflict which involves both confronting the conflict and managing emotions.