The Management of Innovation Networks: Possibilities of Collaboration in Light of Game Theory

Samuel Façanha Câmara, Brenno Buarque de Lima, Teresa Lenice Nogueira da Gama Mota, Alanna Lima e Silva, Pablo Padilha

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The purpose of the present article is to demonstrate how understanding the rationality of the agents of innovation networks can be useful to strategically formulate their management, in light of the prisoner’s dilemma. This research was undertaken using a theoretical test that addresses the topics of network governance and management, collaboration and game theory. The results may contribute to the literature on network governance and management, more specifically to the field of innovation networks, by proposing scenarios upon which network managers can build in order to develop governance strategies. Moreover, management mechanisms are also proposed, adjusted to the innovation networks, in order to encourage collaboration among the participants of these innovative environments.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/bms.v4i2.3003

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