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date: 18 October 2019

(p. xiii) List of Tables

(p. xiii) List of Tables

  1. 1.1 The growth of research in IOR 9

  2. 2.1 Leading firms versus district firms 34

  3. 2.2 The leading firm's expanding footprint 35

  4. 3.1 Development of relationships, chains, and networks in the literature 64

  5. 3.2 Classifications of networks 78

  6. 3.3 Three levels of analysis in network research 81

  7. 5.1 Types of networks in empirical research and their characteristics 123

  8. 5.2 Overview of network management strategies 133

  9. 5.3 Steps in actors, game, and network analysis 139

  10. 8.1 Examples of different forms of local and regional development partnerships 211

  11. 9.1 Four types of Inter‐organizational projects 241

  12. 15.1 Theories used in studies on the management of collaboration 394

  13. 15.2 Relationships between categories of insight and problem conceptualization 396

  14. 15.3 Asample of success factors 400

  15. 18.1 Antecedents of the global production networks framework 486

  16. 23.1 Sources of (intentional) reliability 614

  17. 24.1 Explanations of Inter‐organizational change 642

  18. 24.2 Accounts of IOR dynamics 649

  19. 24.3 Versions of time in IOR 651

  20. 25.1 Core roles, tasks, and phases of interveners for IOR types 669