Research Seminars

A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF ALLIANCE NETWORK STRUCTURE AND COMPOSITION ON FIRM EXPLORATORY INNOVATION

Speaker: Corey Phelps
University of Washington

30 January 2009 - From 14h00 to 19h

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This study examines the influence of the structure and composition of a firm’s alliance network on
its exploratory innovation. In a longitudinal investigation of 77 telecommunications equipment
manufacturers, I find the technological diversity of a firm’s alliance partners increases its
exploratory innovation. I also find that network density among a firm’s alliance partners
strengthens the influence of diversity. These results suggest the benefits of network closure and
access to diverse information can coexist in a firm’s alliance network and the combination of the
two increases exploratory innovation.

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