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About the IMP Journal
Interaction between interdependent companies, whether as customers, suppliers, development partners, facilitators or competitors, is a key feature of business. The IMP Journal is devoted to research studies which investigate interaction between individual companies and organisations and the wider network that surrounds them. The Journal is fully reviewed and aims to publish a limited number of outstanding papers that are of major interest and value to the research community. Its papers explore the role of interaction in issues like marketing, purchasing, technological development, and also on business community and policy issues. Papers may have either an empirical or theoretical focus, but include ideas on the characteristics of business relationships and networks, on the processes within them and on how individual companies can operate in these arenas. The journal is electronic, located on the IMP Group website www.impgroup.org. This means that it is freely available to all researchers, without subscription.

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