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Both, institutions (i.e. rules of the game) and technologies matter in network industries. Their alignment (also called coherence) impacts performance. Based on previous discussion and work on the coherence framework and the co-evolution literature, this workshop aims at further developing research on the alignment between institutions and technologies in network industries.

The objective of the workshop is to:

  1. define a common terminology of the building blocks of the research concerning performance in network industries and alignment/coherence between institutions and technologies in network industries, and 
  2. define an action plan for future research activities (case studies, yearly meetings, publications (special issue in a journal, edited book), MOOC, etc.).

by invitation only.

ORGANIZED WITH

EPFL

 

Venue
Villa Malafrasca
Via Boccaccio, 151
Florence, FL 50133 Italy

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Phone:
[+39] 055 4685 2880
Logistics
Nadia Bert
+390554685795

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