Definition of Interfirm

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interfirm

interfertile
interfertility
interfiber
interfibrillar
interfibrillary
interfibrous
interfilament
interfilamentous
interfile
interfiled
interfiles
interfiling
interfinger
interfingered
interfingering
interfirm (current term)
interfix
interfixes
interfleet
interflow
interflowed
interflowing
interflows
interfluent
interfluve
interfluves
interfluvial
interfold
interfolded
interfolding

Literary usage of Interfirm

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Multinationals and East Asian Integration by Wendy Dobson (1997)
"It could occur in some other form of interfirm relationship related to sourcing, ... Such interfirm relationships are more arm's length, less formal, ..."

2. Technology and Innovation in the International Economy by Charles Cooper (1994)
"Furthermore, little or no attempt is made by government to influence interfirm interactions in the area of biotechnology. The pattern of government policy ..."

3. Enhancing Sme Competitiveness: The OECD Bologna Ministerial Conference by Oecd (2001)
""Explaining interfirm Co-Operation and Innovation: The Limits of the ... interfirm Networks and Enterprise Support". in Local Systems of Small Firms and Job ..."

4. Technology and Productivity: The Challenge for Economic Policy by OECD Staff (1991)
"Typically there is no discussion of how interfirm agreements, vertical and ... If interfirm agreements are discussed, it is almost always in the context of ..."

5. Advanced Materials: Policies and Technological Challenges by P. Dubarle, M. Kagiamanidi (1990)
"More generally, in a situation of liberalisation, privatisation and an overall weakening of economic management by governments, interfirm co-operation is, ..."

6. Japanese Corporate Activities in Asia: Implications for U. S. by Diane L. Manifold (1998)
"Gerlach also notes that, "The keiretsu should be seen as a metaphor for general patterns of interfirm organization in Japan-as an ideal type in interfirm ..."

7. The Future of Food: Long-Term Prospects for the Agro-Food Sector by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (1998)
"Strategic alliances, while varying in structure and organisation, have many social embeddedness features that define, in a working manner, interfirm ..."

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