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Title A SIMPLE THEORY OF JOINT VENTURE BREAK DOWN  
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Name KABIRAJ, Tarun  
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Affiliation Indian Statistical Institute  
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Tokyo  
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Name Keio Economic Society, Keio University  
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Issued (from:yyyy) 1999  
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Name Keio economic studies  
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Volume 36  
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Start page 87  
End page 98  
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00229709  
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This paper provides a theory of joint venture instability. It shows that initially a joint venture is formed between a multinational and a domestic firm to exploit synergistic advantages of each other; however, eventually break down occurs and the collaborating partners become 'friendly apart' as the other domestic firms catch up on the joint venture. The paper also determines the date of joint venture break down.
 
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