AJIBM  Vol.7 No.9 , September 2017
Study on Community Cooperation Game of the Main Body in Regional Innovation Ecosystem
Lei Lei1,2,3,4, Song Wei1
Abstract: Cooperative innovation of heterogeneous population is more and more important in regional innovation ecosystem, and cross-border cooperation has become one of the effective ways to break through the predicament of ecological niche development. However, the existence of opportunistic behavior will restrain the cooperation motivation among the main communities and threaten the stability of the ecosystem population cooperation network. In order to avoid possible speculation, participants tend to make commitments beforehand. However, how can the commitment effectively avoid partner speculation so as to improve cooperation performance? In this paper, we will study the community game strategy of main body in innovation under multivariate uncertainty, and analyze the impact of commitment on collaborative innovation action.
Cite this paper: Lei, L. , Wei, S. , (2017) Study on Community Cooperation Game of the Main Body in Regional Innovation Ecosystem. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 7, 1079-1095. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2017.79076.

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