UNIVERSITY MONTPELLIER I–ISEM
AND GSCM-MONTPELLIER BUSINESS SCHOOL
MONTPELLIER RESEARCH MANAGEMENT
4TH EIASM WORKSHOP ON COOPETITION STRATEGY
“COOPETITION AND INNOVATION”
June 17 and 18, 2010
Montpellier
Location :
Université de Montpellier 1 – ISEM
Espace Richter –Bat. B
Rue Vendémiaire
34960 Montpellier cedex 2
Program
Thursday 17 am:
08.30-09.00
Registration (Hall - Maison des étudiants)
09.00-10.30
Plenary Opening Session (Grand Amphi - Maison des étudiants)
Welcoming Addresses by:
Philippe Augé – President University of Montpellier 1
Monique Lacroix – Dean of ISEM
Didier Jourdan – Dean of GSCM Montpellier Business School
Giovanni Battista Dagnino, Le Roy Frédéric and Saïd Yami – Workshop Co-chairs
Keynote Speaker 1 (Grand Amphi - Maison des étudiants)
Professor Maria Bengtsson
Umeå School of Business, University of Umeå, Sweden.
Coopetition: New Ideas for a New Paradigm
10.30-11.00
Coffee Break (Hall – Maison des étudiants)
11.00-13.00
Parallel Sessions 1 and 2 (Amphi 114 and 115 – ISEM)
13.00-14.30
Lunch (Hall - Maison des étudiants)
Thursday 17 pm:
14.30-15.30
Keynote Speaker 2 (Grand Amphi – Maison des étudiants)
Professor Pierre Dussauge
HEC Paris, France
Why Do Competitors Choose to Cooperate? The Various Motives and Forms of Coopetition
15.30-16.00
Coffee Break (Hall – Maison des étudiants)
16.00-18.00
Parallel Sessions 3 and 4 (Amphi 114 and 115 – ISEM)
18.00
Tasting of Languedoc-Roussillon Wine
20.00
Gala Diner at Holiday Inn – Montpellier
Friday 18 am:
09.00-11.00
Parallel Sessions 5 and 6 (Amphi 114 and 115 – ISEM)
11.00-11.30
Coffee Break (Hall – Maison des étudiants)
11.30-12.30
Keynote Speaker 3 (Grand Amphi – Maison des étudiants)
Léo-Paul Dana
University of Canterbury (New Zealand)
Coopetition in the Airline Industry
12.30-14.00
Lunch (Hall – Maison des étudiants)
Friday 18 pm:
14.00-15.00
Keynote Speaker 4 (Grand Amphi – Maison des étudiants)
Devi Gnyawali
University of Virginia Tech (USA)
Coopetition: Promises and Challenges
15.00-15.30
Coffee Break (Hall – Maison des étudiants)
15.30-17.00
Panel with editors (Grand Amphi – Maison des étudiants)
How to Publish on Coopetition
Robert Blackburn – Editor in chief, International Small Business Journal
Leo-Paul Dana – Consulting editor, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small
Business – Editor, Entreprising communities
Devi Gnyawali – Editorial Board of Academy of Management Review and Journal of
Management
Mark Wright – Editor in chief, International Journal of Business and Globalization
17.00
Concluding remarks
PARALLEL SESSION ONE
17 June Hrs. 11.00 -13.00 – Amphi 114
PARALLEL SESSION TWO
17 June Hrs. 11.00 -13.00 – Amphi 115
Coopetition and Innovation 1
Theorizing and Modelling Coopetition 1
Paper 1
COMPETITOR
COLLABORATION
AND
INNOVATION PERFORMANCE: EXPLORING
THE MODERATING IMPACT OF INTERNAL R&D
EFFORTS
FAEMS
DRIES
(TWENTE
UNIVERSITY
NETHERLANDS)
Paper 1
COOPETITION STRATEGY RESEARCH:
A
BIBLIOMETRIC INVESTIGATION INTO THE
ORIGINS,
DEVELOPMENT,
AND
FUTURE
DIRECTIONS OF THE RESEARCH DOMAIN
GALVAGNO MARCO, (CATANIA UNIVERSITY - ITALY)
Paper 2
COOPETITION AND INNOVATION ACTIVITY OF
SME – THE CASE OF MANUFACTURING AND
EXPORT COMPANIES IN ONE REGION OF
POLAND
JANKOWSKA BARBARA (POZNAN UNIVERSITY OF
ECONOMICS - POLAND)
Paper 2
WHAT IS COOPETITION THEORY REALLY?
CZAKON WOJCIECH (KATOWICE UNIVERSITY OF
ECONOMICS - POLAND)
Paper 3
COOPETION: DIFFERENCES IN INNOVATION
PERFORMANCE
AND
TECHNOLOGY
FLEXIBILITY
MARTINEZ
SANCHEZ
ANGEL
(ZARAGOZA
UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - SILVIA ABELLA-GARCÉS,
MANUELA PÉREZ-PÉREZ & MARÍA-JOSÉ VELAJIMÉNEZ
Paper 3
A SYSTEMIC APPROACH FOR MODELLING AND
ANALYSIS OF COOPETITION
GOLNAM ARASH (LAUSANNE POLYTECHNIC
UNIVERSITY - SWITZERLAND) - RON SANCHEZ,
ALAIN WEGMANN
Paper 4
COOPETITION STRATEGY AS STRATEGIC
INNOVATION
ROCCO ELENA (CA'FOSCARI UNIVERSITY OF
VENICE - ITALY) - VITTORINO FILIPPAS
Paper 4
ADVERSE
LEARNING
IN
COOPETITIVE
ARRANGEMENTS
BAUMARD PHILIPPE (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE U.S.A.) -
PARALLEL SESSION THREE
17 June Hrs. 16.00-18.00 – Amphi 114
PARALLEL SESSION FOUR
17 June Hrs. 16.00-18.00 – Amphi 115
Coopetition and Innovation 2
Coopetition Strategy in High-Tech Industries 1
Paper 1
COLLABORATION
AND
INNOVATION
PERFORMANCE:
TOWARD
AN
ENCOMPASSING
VIEW
ON
THE
CONFIGURATION AND MANAGEMENT OF
ALLIANCE PORTFOLIOS
NEYENS INGE (KUL - LEUVEN CATHOLIC
UNIVERSITY - BELGIUM) - DRIES FAEMS
Paper 1
WHY
SOME
COALITIONS
ARE
MORE
SUCCESSFUL THAN OTHERS IN SETTING
STANDARDS: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE
BLU-RAY VS. HD-DVD STANDARD WAR
M'CHIRGUI ZOUHAÏER (EUROMED MANAGEMENT FRANCE) - DIDIER CALCEI
Paper 2
BATTLESHIP STRATEGY: EXPLORING THE
MANAGEMENT OF GLOBAL INNOVATION
CONSTELLATIONS
IN
HIGH
TECH
INDUSTRIES
VAPOLA TJ (HELSINKI SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS FINLAND)
Paper 2
MICROSOFT’S VISION OF COOPETITION IN THE
EDF STANDARD SETTING PROCESS
YAMI SAID, (MONTPELLIER I UNIVERSITY - FRANCE) ANNE MIONE - HERVÉ CHAPPERT
Paper 3
WHY COOPERATE WITH A COMPETITOR?
DRIVERS OF COOPETITION WITHIN THE
EUROPEAN SPACE INDUSTRY
FERNANDEZ ANNE-SOPHIE (MONTPELLIER I
UNIVERSITY - FRANCE) - FREDERIC LE ROY
Paper 3
COOPETITIVE VALUE CREATION IN YOUNG
ENTREPRENEURIAL CONTEXTS: THE CASE OF
ALMACUBE
DAGNINO
GIOVANNI
BATTISTA
(CATANIA
UNIVERSITY - ITALY) - MARCELLO M. MARIANI
Paper 4
COOPETITION IN R&D – COLLABORATION
MODES
AND
THEIR
PERFORMANCE
IMPLICATIONS
RITALA PAAVO (LAPPEENRANTA UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY - FINLAND)
Paper 4
EXPLORING THE LINK BETWEEN COOPETITIVE
STRATEGIES, INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND FIRM
PERFORMANCE
PINDARD-LEJARRAGA MAUD (MADRID CARLOS III
UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - ISABEL GUTIERREZ
PARALLEL SESSION FIVE
18 June Hrs. 09.00-11.00 – Amphi 114
PARALLEL SESSION SIX
18 June Hrs. 09.00-11.00 – Amphi 115
Theorizing and Modelling Coopetition 2
Coopetition Strategy in High-Tech Industries 2
Paper 1
PHILOSOPHICAL MICROFOUNDATIONS OF
COOPETITION STRATEGY: A PROPOSED
SPECULATIVE FRAMEWORK
MINÀ ANNA (CATANIA UNIVERSITY - ITALY) GIOVANNI BATTISTA DAGNINO
Paper 1
STRATEGIES IN THE MEDIA INDUSTRY: THE
EMERGENCE OF CO-OPETITION PRACTICES
DAIDJ
NABYLA
(INSTITUT
NATIONAL
DES
TÉLÉCOMMUNICATIONS - FRANCE)
Paper 2
COOPETITION, OPEN INNOVATION, AND
ECOSYSTEM: CONNECTING THE DOTS
BEN LETAIFA SOUMAYA (QUEBEC UNIVERSITY AT
MONTREAL - CANADA)
Paper 2
AGGRESSIVENESS,
COOPERATION
OR
COOPETITION: WHICH EFFECTIVE STRATEGY
IN NETWORK INDUSTRIES?
FAMARA HYACINTHE SANOU (MONTPELLIER I
UNIVERSITY - FRANCE) - FRÉDÉRIC LE ROY
Paper 3
AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF COOPETITIVE
STRATEGIES IN THE GAME SOFTWARE
MARKET
OKURA MAHITO (NAGASAKI UNIVERSITY - JAPAN) KENICHI OHKITA
Paper 3
COMPETITIVE
ACTION
&
ALLIANCE
TENDENCY:
ANTECEDENTS
AND
CONSEQUENCES OF STRATEGIC ACTIONS IN
KOREAN
MOBILE
TELECOMMUNICATION
INDUSTRY
PARK KYUNG MIN (SOUTH KOREA) - KIWON JUNG KYUNG CHOON NOH
Paper 4
PROFITING
FROM
ASYMMETRIC
R&D
ALLIANCES:
COOPETITIVE
GAMES
AND
FIRMS’ STRATEGIES
BAGLIERI DANIELA (MESSINA UNIVERSITY - ITALY) D.CARFÌ, G.B.DAGNINO
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