2016 | nr 3 | 135--148
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A framework of manufacturer-retailer cooperation and co-opetition: a perspective of six consumer durables manufacturers

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Ramy kooperacji i kooperencji między producentami a detalistami: perspektywa sześciu producentów dóbr konsumpcyjnych trwałego użytku
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The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework of cooperation and co-opetition between manufacturers and retailers based on a theoretical review and a verification set from six case studies of consumer durables manufacturers. The approach takes the form of six in-depth case studies, which involved relationships (including cooperation and co-opetition) between six medium and large durables manufacturers and their retailers on the Polish market.
Celem artykułu jest identyfikacja ram kooperacji i kooperencji między producentami a detalistami na podstawie przeglądu literatury oraz weryfikacji sześciu przypadków producentów dóbr konsumpcyjnych trwałego użytku. Analizy przypadków opracowano na podstawie wywiadów pogłębionych dotyczących relacji (w tym kooperacji i kooperencji) między sześcioma średnimi i dużymi producentami dóbr konsumpcyjnych trwałego użytku oraz ich kluczowymi pośrednikami detalicznymi na polskim rynku.
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