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|Title:||SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF COOPETITIVE PROCESSES||Authors:||KWOK JIE MING JEREMY||Keywords:||coopetition, optimization, supply chain, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, microbial system, systems analysis||Issue Date:||7-Jun-2017||Citation:||KWOK JIE MING JEREMY (2017-06-07). SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF COOPETITIVE PROCESSES. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The adage: "you are either with us or against us", epitomizes how we perceive relationship between countries, firms, people and even tiny microbes: either in cooperation or competition. However, things are seldom black or white. Cooperation creates mutual benefit, such as enlarged market pie or production of common goods amongst microbes, while competition appropriates the benefit for oneself. There have been cases of competitors that cooperated with each other for mutual benefit such as Sony and Samsung TV joint venture, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Toyota small van joint venture and Blu-ray versus HD-DVD alliances. This simultaneous cooperation and competition is known as coopetition. Although this concept is new to engineering and science, the traditional concepts of cooperation and competition are not. Hence, this thesis aims to introduce and apply the concept of coopetition to engineering topics: (1) supply chain, (2) biopharmaceutical manufacturing and (3) microbial systems.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/137744|
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