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Why or Maybe Why Not Have an Alliance! - Case Studies of the Security Industry

Pierce, Paul LU (2007)
Abstract
Throughout the fall of 2006 and spring of 2007, more than 60 interviews were conducted on the topics

of alliance and network building within the security industry. The interviews coupled with studies of

academic research on the matter resulted in a number of pros and cons for alliance building as well as

some general knowledge on the topic. The strongest facilitator for alliance building within the security

industry has proven to be interpersonal relations as well as trust.
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Alliances, security industry, trust, relations
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4 pages
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Lusax security informatics
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English
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of alliance and network building within the security industry. The interviews coupled with studies of<br/><br>
academic research on the matter resulted in a number of pros and cons for alliance building as well as<br/><br>
some general knowledge on the topic. The strongest facilitator for alliance building within the security<br/><br>
industry has proven to be interpersonal relations as well as trust.},
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Why or Maybe Why Not Have an Alliance! - Case Studies of the Security Industry},
  year         = {2007},
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