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Strategically Stable Technological Alliance


  • Nikolai V. Kolabutin
  • Nikolay A. Zenkevich


There are two conditions that are important to investigate the stability problem when considering the long-term cooperative agreements: the dynamic stability (time consistency), and strategic stability. This paper presents the results based on the profit distribution procedure (PRP), which implement a model of stable cooperation. The paper also shows the relationship between the dynamic and strategic stability of cooperative agreement and the numerical results showing the influence of parameters on the character of participants’ development.

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  • Nikolai V. Kolabutin & Nikolay A. Zenkevich, 2011. "Strategically Stable Technological Alliance," DEGIT Conference Papers c016_055, DEGIT, Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade.
  • Handle: RePEc:deg:conpap:c016_055

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    1. Zenkevich, Nikolay A. & Petrosjan, Leon A., 2006. "Time-consistency of cooperative solutions," Working Papers 52, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University.
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    Differential Game; Coalition; Shapley Value; Dynamic Stability; Strategic Stabilty;
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