Vertical Coordination - Explained
What is Vertical Coordination?
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Table of ContentsWhat is Vertical Coordination?Academic Research on Vertical Coordination
What is Vertical Coordination?
Vertical coordination describes a process whereby teamwork is harnessed in an organization in order to attain success in a project. This process entails techniques put together by employees within vertical hierarchical levels to accomplish a task. Hence, the employees involved do not have to be on that same level.
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Academic Research on Vertical Coordination
- Vertical coordination in agriculture., Mighell, R. L., & Lawrence, A. J. (1963). Vertical coordination in agriculture.
- Vertical coordination in high-value commodities, Birthal, P. S., Joshi, P. K., & Gulati, A. (2005). International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
- When does vertical coordination improve industrial purchasing relationships?, Buvik, A., & John, G. (2000). Journal of Marketing, 64(4), 52-64.
- Globalization, privatization, and vertical coordination in food value chains in developing and transition countries, Swinnen, J. F., & Maertens, M. (2007). Agricultural economics, 37, 89-102.
- Vertical coordination, financial structure, and the changing theory of the firm, Barry, P. J., Sonka, S. T., & Lajili, K. (1992). American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 74(5), 1219-1225.
- Potential for cooperative involvement in vertical coordination and valueadded activities, Royer, J. S. (1995). Agribusiness, 11(5), 473-481.
- The impact of vertical coordination on ex post transaction costs in domestic and international buyer-seller relationships, Buvik, A., & Andersen, O. (2002). Journal of International Marketing, 10(1), 1-24.
- The vertical coordination continuum and the determinants of firm-level coordination strategy, Peterson, H. C., & Wysocki, A. F. (1997). Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
- Product architecture, interfirm vertical coordination and knowledge partitioning in the auto industry, Zirpoli, F., & Camuffo, A. (2009). European Management Review, 6(4), 250-264.
- Market sanctions, monitoring and vertical coordination within retailer-manufacturer relationships: the case of retail brand suppliers, Collins, A., & Burt, S. (2003). European Journal of Marketing, 37(5/6), 668-689.
- Vertical coordination, antitrust law, and international trade, Hamilton, S. F., & Stiegert, K. (2000). The Journal of Law and Economics, 43(1), 143-156.
- Governance mechanisms and relationship productivity in vertical coordination for new product development, Eng, T. Y., & Wong, V. (2006). Technovation, 26(7), 761-769.