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The Influencing Factors of the Counterintelligence Joint Decision-making in the International Science and Technology Cooperation



Zhu Li-long
 
ABSTRACT

The influencing factors of the counterintelligence joint decision-making in the international science and technology cooperation mainly include such seven aspects as the international science and technology cooperation enterprise’s ability to strengthen its own counterintelligence, the cooperation between the international science and technology cooperation enterprise and the third party channel, the third party channel’s sense of participation, the third party channel’s negotiation ability, physical contract, psychological contract and all of the partners’ controlled social capital. By carrying out the factor analysis on a typical international science and technology cooperation enterprise, the study finds such three main factors as the international science and technology cooperation enterprises' controlling force, the third party channel’s influence on the joint decision-making and the international science and technology cooperation enterprise’s cooperation expectation with the third party channel and thinks that the international science and technology cooperation enterprise’s controlling force is the most important factor.

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Zhu Li-long , 2013. The Influencing Factors of the Counterintelligence Joint Decision-making in the International Science and Technology Cooperation. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 1787-1792.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.1787.1792

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2013.1787.1792

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