DETERMINANT FACTORS AND INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES (IJV) INNOVATIVENESS OUTCOME OF IJV KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION: FACTS FROM ALGERIA

Authors

  • Tamma Elhachemi, Oussama Saoula

Abstract

Economic transition in previously closed economic imposes on their local firms to form IJVs to acquire
their valuable knowledge and skills to meet the market’s needs. To understand what are the potential
factors that may affect the IJV’s knowledge. This paper aims to examine transfer mechanisms and
knowledge management practices as determinants to IJV’s knowledge acquisition, which in turn leads
to better IJV’s innovativeness. With a sample of 122 oil and gas IJVs in Algeria and through analysing
the data via PLS-SEM 3.0, the results revealed that while transfer mechanisms have a significant
relationship with IJV’s knowledge acquisition. However, knowledge management practices have an
insignificant relationship with IJV’s knowledge acquisition. Besides, IJV’s knowledge acquisition was
positively linked to IJV’s innovativeness.

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Published

2020-11-28

How to Cite

Tamma Elhachemi, Oussama Saoula. (2020). DETERMINANT FACTORS AND INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES (IJV) INNOVATIVENESS OUTCOME OF IJV KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION: FACTS FROM ALGERIA . PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1466 - 1481. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/862