Using the tools and postulates of Game Theory as a foundation, it is possible to better understand -and recommend- the best practices necessary to create effective strategic alliances at the domestic and international levels. The principles that guide successful international or global alliances have challenges that do not exist at the domestic level, however, the approaches to promote cooperative partner-behavior remains relatively the same. This research has direct implications for firms seeking to establish new alliances as well as validate ideas derived from Game Theory.
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