Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 38 Issue 4


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A driver in every car: when the auto industry says jump, do governments say “how high?”

Pierre André Buigues

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the economic and political conditions that could explain why the governments in developed economies have intervened in the automobile…


Business cooperatives: when does sharing become a drawback?

Benoît Roux, Loïc Plé

Cooperatives are relatively understudied compared with investor-owned companies, yet their economic impact makes them important to consider. This study is to focus on business…

Intervention intermediaries flourish: matching firms with solutions to complex needs

Tuba Bakici, Esteve Almirall

The purpose of this paper is to explore the main models of innovation intermediaries as determined by the matching mechanisms they offer as a service to organizations, and to…


Cooperating to compete: turning toward a community of practice

Keith D. Harris, Harvey S. James, Aramis Harris

Agribusiness managers oftentimes find it difficult to gain practical experience in an area they have had very little practice. Habitually, they rely on their own business acumen…


Business model innovation in base of the pyramid markets

Heiko Gebauer, Caroline Jennings Saul, Mirella Haldimann

This paper aims to highlight how initial business models can be converted into a larger-scale solution for tapping into the emerging base-of-the-pyramid markets.


The robot in the window seat

Peter Buell Hirsch

The purpose of this paper is to point to some emerging workplace issues relating to the increasing collaboration between human and robot workers. As the number of human workers…

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