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I believe this book accomplishes this task. This book looks at a range of interorganizational ties that generate network resources for participating ﬁrms. I began my research with an examination of the role of interorganizational strategic alliances as formative elements of network resources. In subsequent research, I discovered that the network resources that may shape a ﬁrm’s behavior and outcomes need not necessarily emanate from its prior alliance networks alone. I have expanded this view bit by bit.
Furthermore, I propose that ﬁrms accrue network resources from the interﬁrm networks in which they are located. These resources, in turn, inﬂuence the extent to which ﬁrms enter into new alliances. This chapter makes two distinct contributions to the research on strategic alliances and social networks. First, it expands the realm of the resourcebased perspective from resources within a ﬁrm’s boundaries to network resources that result from network membership and location. I previously deﬁned network resources as sources of valuable information residing outside a ﬁrm’s boundaries that can inﬂuence strategic behavior by altering the opportunity set available.
In other words, this chapter explores how board interlock ties may both promote and discourage the creation of new alliances, depending on the behavioral content of the tie. As a result, there may be both advantages and disadvantages to embeddedness in social networks and their contribution to a ﬁrm’s accumulated network resources. Thus, in the light of this book’s larger discussion of how network resources impact alliances, this study shows how network resources are aﬀected not only by the presence of network ties but also by the speciﬁc nature (positive or negative) of those ties.