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Is Unexpected Termination of International Joint Ventures Legitimised?

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Project Description

This project aims to find some effective solutions to unintended termination of the inter-organisational collaboration by addressing one neglected fundamental question in the extant IJV termination research: is the unintended termination legitimised?
It will complement the extant research by focusing on the role of IJV agreement and the bounded reliability of partners’ decision-makers. This project will run for 18 months, based on the failure of British banks’ international joint ventures (IJVs).
It will disseminate its findings via websites, social media, BAM conference and cross-SIG events, business events and publications.
This project will have a direct impact on business & management scholars, business management professionals and business leaders. In the longer term, it is expected to contribute to reducing the number of prematurely terminated inter-organisational collaborations, improving economic and industrial performance and encouraging governments to produce more suitable policies to encourage collaboration.

Type of Project Project
Status Project Live
Funder(s) British Academy of Management
Value £3,998.00
Project Dates Apr 1, 2022 - Dec 31, 2023