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Research Networks : a study on inter - organisational linkages by Sivakumar K. (Student Project)

By: K., Sivakumar.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1990Description: 42 p.Subject(s): Research | Inter-organizational linkages | Project report (student)DDC classification: SP 1990/193 Summary: A linkage network generally refers to a group of organisations that share common organizational ties and can be recognised as a bounded inter organisational system. A study of network will give a chance to examine the behaviour of activities of an entire group of connected organisations and also the specific inter-organisational relationships that comprise the network. In networks organisations frequently provide resources to each other such as money, information or legitimacy, even if the organisations are similar and operate in the same environment. Each linkage can be looked at as a resource at both the ends. Organisations within the same industry can provide resources to each other by way of giving training, money/credit facilities, manpower and exchange of information.
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Reference SP 1990/193 (Browse shelf) Not for loan SP000193

Submitted to Prof. Anil K. Gupta

A linkage network generally refers to a group of organisations that share common organizational ties and can be recognised as a bounded inter organisational system. A study of network will give a chance to examine the behaviour of activities of an entire group of connected organisations and also the specific inter-organisational relationships that comprise the network. In networks organisations frequently provide resources to each other such as money, information or legitimacy, even if the organisations are similar and operate in the same environment. Each linkage can be looked at as a resource at both the ends. Organisations within the same industry can provide resources to each other by way of giving training, money/credit facilities, manpower and exchange of information.

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