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Study on the Affecting Mechanism between Relational Risk Perception and Cooperation Innovation Project Performance

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Nowadays, the rapid development of technology research and the trend of increasingly fierce competition change the market economy organization form of enterprise. In order to survive and develop, many companies have started to cooperate with each other. As the enterprise developing at a high speed, the high failure rate is also worthy of our attention. Many risks will emerge in the process of cooperative innovation and the relation risk is one of them. In this paper, through the empirical analysis, the effect of relation risk for team performance will be illustrated. In addition, this paper also gives some suggestions through the analysis of the results.

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Z. Huang, Y. Zhuang and C. Kong, "Study on the Affecting Mechanism between Relational Risk Perception and Cooperation Innovation Project Performance," iBusiness, Vol. 5 No. 3B, 2013, pp. 74-79. doi: 10.4236/ib.2013.53B016.

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