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The influence of alliances on corporate growth in the post-soviet period: LUKoil and YUKOS

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  • James Henderson
  • Slavo Radosevic

    () (UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies)

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What is the role of alliances in the growth of Russian enterprises? Who is in control in alliances, i.e. are they shared alliances or is one party dominant? How do the various resources (technology, finance and market access) shape the dynamics of alliances? This paper tries to answer on these three questions by analyzing the role of alliances in growth of LUKoil and Yukos, Russian major oil companies. Based on these two cases we argue that technical modernization and growth are closely dependent on the capability of corporations to use alliances as a mechanism of growth and improved performance. In addition, there is a trade off between an immediate focus on operational efficiency and a focus on growth, which is key to the successful management of the growth of companies in the long-term.

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  • James Henderson & Slavo Radosevic, 2003. "The influence of alliances on corporate growth in the post-soviet period: LUKoil and YUKOS," UCL SSEES Economics and Business working paper series 34, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES).
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