Innovation, coopération temporaire et processus de concurrence
Based on new developments on the process of competition, we attempt to identify major economic arguments that justify inter-firms cooperation in a context of innovation. Using representative European case law, we show that cooperation is crucial to the acquisition of information that sustains the development of innovation. However, cooperation – productive or more strategic – can only be temporary. When innovation is produced, cooperation turns into collusion.
|Date of creation:||2005|
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