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“fake food” as a new ingredient in the “cuisine juridique”: A case for “regulatory co-opetition” Journal article
Medicine and Law, 2018,Volume: 37,Issue: 1,Page: 175-192
Authors:  Svetlicinii,Alexandr
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China  Consumer Protection  European Union  Food  Food Fraud  Food Safety  Misleading Advertising  Unfair Commercial Practices  
Knowledge development through co-opetition: A case study of a Japanese foreign subsidiary and its local suppliers Journal article
Journal of World Business, 2015,Volume: 50,Issue: 4,Page: 769-780
Authors:  Jacky F.L.Hong;  Robin StanleySnell
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Yin-yang  Co-opetition  Routines  Japanese Mncs  China  Knowledge Creation  
Knowledge development through co-opetition: A case study of a Japanese foreign subsidiary and its local suppliers Journal article
Journal of World Business, 2015,Volume: 50,Issue: 4,Page: 769-780
Authors:  Hong,Jacky F.L.;  Snell,Robin Stanley
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China  Co-opetition  Japanese MNCs  Knowledge creation  Routines  Yin-Yang  
Cooperation with competitors and product innovation: Moderating effects of technological capability and alliances with universities Journal article
Industrial Marketing Management, 2014,Volume: 43,Issue: 2,Page: 199-209
Authors:  Jie Wu
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Co-opetition  Emerging Market  Product Innovation  r&d Collaboration  Technological Capabilities  
Co-opetition and knowledge development in overseas Japanese production networks: Including supplier’s voices Conference paper
Proceeding of 2013 AIBSEAR Bali Conference, Bali, Indonesia, December 5-7, 2013
Authors:  Hong, J.;  Snell, R.
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Developing New Capabilities across a Supplier Network through Boundary Crossing: A Case Study of a China-Based MNC Subsidiary and its Local Suppliers Journal article
Organization Studies, 2013,Volume: 34,Issue: 3,Page: 377–406
Authors:  Jacky F. L. Hong;  Robin Stanley Snell
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Boundary Crossing  Boundary Objects  Capability Development  Mncs  Power