The dynamics of long-term business-to-business exchange relationships View Full Text


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DATE

1994-03-01

AUTHORS

Pratibha A. Dabholkar, Wesley J. Johnston, Amy S. Cathey

ABSTRACT

A framework for business-to-business interaction is proposed that integrates approaches to bargaining from social psychology and economics to provide a conceptual paradigm emphasizing long-term exchange relationships rather than individual transactions. The authors propose a classification of negotiation behavior along two continuous dimensions and examine the mechanics of the dyadic negotiation process that translate negotiation behavior into long-term relationships. They suggest that exchange relationships are formed by achieving mutually beneficial outcomes from a series of exchange transactions and that there is a bi-directional link between negotiation behavior and exchange relationships mediated by negotiation outcomes. The framework also explores the determinants of negotiation behavior in dyadic negotiations between businesses in terms of organizational, individual, and “other party” influences. Propositions are developed, using both role theory and economic bargaining theory, to support the overall framework. Finally, the classification of negotiation behavior is revisited to examine the evolution of exchange relationships over time. More... »

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130

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1988. Bargaining, Negotiations, and Personal Selling in HANDBOOK OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY
  • 1989-03. The size and composition of the buying firm’s negotiation team in rebuys of component parts in JOURNAL OF THE ACADEMY OF MARKETING SCIENCE
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