Industry evolution, submarket dynamics and strategic behavior among firms in offshore wind energy

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Abstrakt

This paper contributes to the understanding of competition and industry evolution by analysing how
submarket dynamics and agency influence the development of the emerging industrial field of Danish
offshore wind energy. We argue that industry evolution is sensitive to the balance between integration,
overlap and disintegration across submarkets. This balance depends on how strategic intent and
behaviour influence submarket dynamics, leading to the conclusion that effects of agency and managerial
intent should play a more prominent role in studies of industry evolution.
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Detaljer

This paper contributes to the understanding of competition and industry evolution by analysing how
submarket dynamics and agency influence the development of the emerging industrial field of Danish
offshore wind energy. We argue that industry evolution is sensitive to the balance between integration,
overlap and disintegration across submarkets. This balance depends on how strategic intent and
behaviour influence submarket dynamics, leading to the conclusion that effects of agency and managerial
intent should play a more prominent role in studies of industry evolution.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ArtikelnummerVol. 21, No. 2
TidsskriftCompetition & Change
Sider (fra-til)73-93
Antal sider21
ISSN1024-5294
DOI
StatusUdgivet - maj 2017
ID: 250437092