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  • Abstract Suppliers attempting to expand markets through hybrid distribution have created a complex, potentially hostile environment that reaches beyond dyads to network relationships. We offer a multi-theoretic paradigm that uses the network, social capital, structural holes and distributive fairness literatures to guide suppliers in the transition of governing hybrid channels so that when markets do overlap, cooperation and competition can effectively co-exist within the supply network. Specifically, we propose that social capital, structural holes, trust, and distributive fairness can be used to govern the effectiveness of cooperation and competition among hybrid channels and yield higher performance within the supply network. A corresponding propositional inventory is offered. ()
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  • 18 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.1016/j.indmarman.2006.02.007 ()
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  • 616 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2007-07-01 ()
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  • Elsevier ()
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  • 21820 ()
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  • 107 ()
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  • 604 ()
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  • An evolving theory of hybrid distribution: Taming a hostile supply network ()
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  • 36 ()

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