Rivalry between strategic alliances
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Rivalry between strategic alliances is investigated in a model where each alliance member maximizes its own profit and some share of its partner＇s profit. A complementary alliance confers a strategic advantage by allowing the partners to credibly commit to greater output, owing to both within-alliance complementarities and cross-alliance substitutabilities. Although rivalry between different alliances can sometimes lead to a Prisoners＇ Dilemma for firms, it tends to improve economic welfare. On the other hand, an alliance that arises due purely to the threat of entry may reduce welfare.
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International Journal of Industrial Organization
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