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Adopting IOIS in asymmetrical partnerships. Evidence from asymmetric alliances between Tunisian and European companies

Abstract

Previous research in inter-organizational information systems (IOIS) is usually organized around three themes: adoption of IOIS, its impact on governing economic transactions, and its organizational consequences (Robey et al., 2008). This article aims to study the factors affecting a specific type of IOIS adoption, the one, within asymmetric strategic alliances. Drawing on qualitative research involving ten cases of asymmetric alliances between Tunisian and European companies, the present study develops a set of testable propositions that sheds light on factors affecting the adoption of IOIS within asymmetric alliances. These mainly refer to the asymmetric alliance as well as a set of technological, organizational and environmental factors.
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hal-03166079 , version 1 (11-03-2021)

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Fadia Bahri Korbi. Adopting IOIS in asymmetrical partnerships. Evidence from asymmetric alliances between Tunisian and European companies. Systèmes d'Information et Management, 2019, 24 (2), pp.87-114. ⟨hal-03166079⟩
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