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How should grid operators govern smart grid innovation projects? An embedded case study approach

Mark de Reuver, Telli van der Lei, Zofia Lukszo
2016 Energy Policy  
Long-term relations produce more incentives for smart grid collaboration. Non-financial incentives are more important in long-term relations.  ...  Smart grids require collaboration between grid operators and other actors. We contrast transactional and relational governance of smart grid projects.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Freek Gielis and Auke van de Geest for their assistance in data collection. We thank all interviewees from Alliander for support in accessing the case materials.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2016.07.011 fatcat:dzkofizh7ngdhhxvm3kqw2jr4u

Inter-enterprise Business Transaction Management in Open Service Ecosystems

Lea Kutvonen, Alex Norta, Sini Ruohomaa
2012 2012 IEEE 16th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference  
The two levels are associated with a) the metamodel of the collaboration, captured in eContract governing the collaboration, and b) the transactional interactions between collaboration member services.  ...  back, compensating, ignoring, triggering ecosystem-level consequences) the failure in manners that align with the business incentives.  ...  In terms of benefit, partners must evaluate their incentives to participate in a collaboration; whether it provides monetary gains or better networking, for example, and ensure that the proposed collaboration  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2012.14 dblp:conf/edoc/KutvonenNR12 fatcat:b5simao4d5e2rmjaxmebwzcdou

Managing social overlay networks in semantic open enterprise systems

Florian Skopik, Daniel Schall, Schahram Dustdar
2011 Proceedings of the International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics - WIMS '11  
This mechanism enables information flows between actors in order to allow for flexible group formations in highly dynamic large-scale networks.  ...  The fundamental aspects of these networks are to manage personal contacts and to share profile information with friends.  ...  The authors like to thank STI Innsbruck for support regarding WSMO, WSML and WSMX.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1988688.1988747 dblp:conf/wims/SkopikSD11 fatcat:wcysn6ngpvczbhgky3r6fi377m

Identifying mechanisms for achieving voluntary data sharing in cross-sector partnerships for public good*

Iryna Susha, Boriana D. Rukanova, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Yao Hua Tan, Mila Gasco
2019 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research on - dg.o 2019  
To address the research question, we borrow a framework of platforms for cross sector social partnerships from organization studies and use it as a conceptual lens to structure the analysis of three case  ...  which allow to distinguish the motivations why parties enter into voluntary information sharing collaborations.  ...  This paper also presents results from the research project -Towards a Data and Technology Architecture for Smart Food Policy: Understanding the Critical Factors of Food Traceability for Small Farms‖, funded  ... 
doi:10.1145/3325112.3325265 dblp:conf/dgo/SushaRGTG19 fatcat:3pjmljiknnhrfpqmqo7xqms6vu

Antecedents, Consequences And Control Of Opportunistic Behavior In Strategic Networks

Muhammad Zafar Yaqub
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
an integrated response to the adaptation requirements stemming from disturbances in networks' environment.  ...  It is postulated that the problem can be resolved by securing an alignment in partners' interest which together with alignment in actions contributes to the bottom line through increased ability to yield  ...  Information Asymmetry As teams of self-interested agents, networks mostly suffer from incentive problems with respect to surplus or ‗public goods' jointly created but separately consumed.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v7i2.2258 fatcat:w23hjwbllbanvohvdmefdjxlpm

Managing information asymmetry in public–private relationships undergoing a digital transformation: the role of contractual and relational governance

Tom A.E. Aben, Wendy van der Valk, Jens K. Roehrich, Kostas Selviaridis
2021 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
PurposeInter-organisational governance is an important enabler for information processing, particularly in relationships undergoing digital transformation (DT) where partners depend on each other for information  ...  study offers insights into the roles of both governance mechanisms in managing information asymmetry in public–private relationships.  ...  Public-private relationships represent a suitable research setting as both partners grapple with different information processing needs.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-09-2020-0675 fatcat:2lqol23pznbk7c3tmdzbtcre24

Privacy Preservation Approach in Service Ecosystems

Yiyun Shen, Markus Miettinen, Pirjo Moen, Lea Kutvonen
2011 2011 IEEE 15th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops  
This paper enhances definition on privacy-related concepts to become sufficient for open service ecosystems, and finally introduces a privacypreservation architecture with emphasis on usability, sustainability  ...  Emergence of business networking and social networking increases the exchange of sensitive information and creation of behaviour traces in the network.  ...  Third, conforming to the eContract does not protect partners from revealing private information during the collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edocw.2011.59 dblp:conf/edoc/ShenMMK11 fatcat:xjrjk7rmsrdrtl5gf2sj5cuwmq

Data collaboratives as "bazaars"?

Iryna Susha, Marijn Janssen, Stefaan Verhulst
2017 Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy  
There is a need for an arrangement to facilitate the finding of partners in data collaboratives. This dependency occurs between the actors involved in a data collaborative.  ...  The second coordination mechanism to mitigate the problem of finding partners for a data collaboratives is mutual adjustment/negotiation/coordination by plan.  ... 
doi:10.1108/tg-01-2017-0007 fatcat:z7yjmpzjcrbldkbrbivuhqhvjm

Study on the Cooperation Mechanism of Transboundary Water Pollution Control in China from the Perspective of Network Governance

Chu Yijing, Wang Jue, T.Y. Fang, V. Khaletski
2019 E3S Web of Conferences  
Compared with the traditional model of control and governance by a single administrative force, the network cooperative governance of transboundary water pollution is more flexible, autonomous, innovative  ...  co-governance and sharing and the complexity of water pollution, the governance of transboundary water pollution is not just the "one-man show" of the government, but also included in the main body of private  ...  At the same time, a dynamic information update mechanism should be established in this platform to enable network partners to retrieve timely information on the status of cross-regional water pollution  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/201913606009 fatcat:usksrouwxvgitb6dvswhvceoei

When the Social Structure Overshadows Competitive Incentives: The Effects of Network Embeddedness on Joint Venture Dissolution

Francisco Polidoro, Gautam Ahuja, Will Mitchell
2011 Academy of Management Journal  
We find that the value of network embeddedness in promoting alliance stability is highest when partners' incentives to pursue self-interest at the expense of joint benefits are strongest.  ...  We focus empirically on unplanned dissolution of joint ventures between firms competing in the same industry and examine how network embeddedness helps firms maintain order by mitigating partners' antagonistic  ...  Complementing the dyadic perspective with a network approach is important because it highlights an additional mechanism for mitigating joint venture instability: common partners make the shadow of the  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2011.59215088 fatcat:7ncnnzdfnnbsrp7ym67mudg2vq

Enhancing the Maturity of Open Service Ecosystems and Inter-enterprise Collaborations [chapter]

Lea Kutvonen
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
However, a maturity framework is required for comparing solutions and indicating gaps in systems development and standardisation, and for adoption of a sufficient set of multidisciplinary research and  ...  This paper first introduces steps towards a maturity model, focusing on features that contribute to the correctness of collaborations and scalability of the ecosystem.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper draws from work in the CINCO group (Collaborative and Interoperable Computing, http://cinco.cs.helsinki.fi/) at the University of Helsinki.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36796-0_3 fatcat:fmn7s2yc5zcc7d7vchvuycyega

Network Effects in the Governance of Strategic Alliances

D. T. Robinson, T. E. Stuart
2006 Journal of Law, Economics & Organization  
To test how this network substitutes for other governance mechanisms, we examine how equity participation and pledged funding in strategic alliances vary with two features of the way alliance participants  ...  We argue that the stock of prior alliances between participants in the biotechnology sector forms a network that serves as a governance mechanism in interfirm transactions.  ...  The same is true in transactions with partners who are more distant from them in the network.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jleo/ewm010 fatcat:qrgnofrky5bnvn7wil3lf775ia

The Role of the Climate Technology Centre and Network as a Climate Technology and Innovation Matchmaker for Developing Countries

Woo Jin Lee, Rose Mwebaza
2020 Sustainability  
Then, on the basis of previous empirical Technical Assistance data and network management a new open innovation model was proposed by considering the CTCN matchmaking activities with key stakeholders (  ...  In this paper, the role of a matchmaker in transferring climate technologies to developing countries was explored from the perspective of open innovation.  ...  Then, the CTCN collaborates with an expert team to refine the requests and prepare a response plan within around 8 weeks, followed by selection of an implementor among consortium partners, network members  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12197956 fatcat:ahsf5oqgtzc6ffjcixbhwm4p5q

Learning from Local Government Research Partnerships in a Fragmented Political Setting

Megan Mullin
2021 PAR. Public Administration Review  
Lessons from policy diffusion, program evaluation, and team science inform a set of recommendations for the conduct of local government research partnerships and the distribution of results.  ...  Evidence for Practice • Scholars have long partnered with local governments on research projects that offer benefits for both scholarship and the practice of public administration. • Local government fragmentation  ...  Conference within a Conference, and reviewers for helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/puar.13395 fatcat:vd5bwzmxdbdxdgn5hi32bpu52y

Organizational Network Evolution and Governance Strategies in Megaprojects

Yujie Lu, Yongkui Li, Da Pang, Yunxia Zhang
2015 Construction Economics and Building  
For government invested projects, the organizational network is well connected, cooperative, yet unstable and require strategic long-term governance policies; for private invested projects, the network  ...  is stable, but collaboration among participants is low, which indicates a need to establish collaborative governance structures.  ...  For PIPs, market-based policies with more incentive for collaborative mechanisms are needed, such as efficient market disciplines and tendering mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajceb.v15i3.4609 fatcat:eec4ibevonbavcizm6ebx2eifq
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