Disertační práce / info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis
Osoba oponující práci:
Štrach, Pavel ; Klicnarová, Jana
Based on a wide range of co-opetition published in the literature, the main objecti-ve of this thesis is to demonstrate the feasibility of co-opetition application to se-lected areas of strategic decision making. The text discusses the possibilities how can a game-theoretical approach help in management theory. It presents strategic and dynamic co-opetition in creating and capturing market value. For analysis of this strategy, my approach proposes an original game-theoretical model using equilibrium points for assumptions of possible implementation in strategic ma-nagement. If assumptions are made in the real market, it could be applied as suita-ble for decision makers. My two-period co-opetition game can be used as an im-proving tool for oligopolist market. Using tools of game theory, it is proved that under certain conditions, it is profitable for competitors to cooperate. A game-theoretical analysis provides a structured evaluation of the benefits implied by a possible cooperation of copetitors in model cases. It is recognizable by content and processing that this thesis extends other re-search areas. The text brings benefits for managers who need to make strategic decisions, as well as those interested in game theory applications, and this is the author's desire and motivation for further research.
co-opetition; homo oeconomicus; competition; cooperation; Nash equilibrium; non-cooperative games; equilibrium points; game theory; tit-for-tat; Prisoner's di-lemma; value net