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Project Alliances

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A description of Project Alliances: Cofinancing of movie projects.

A description of Project Alliances: Cofinancing of movie projects.

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  1. Project Alliances<br />Movie Industry: Choosing a <br />Co-finance<br />
  2. Stages of Movie Project<br />Screen writing & development<br />Assembly of a creative team<br />Pre-production<br />Production<br />Post-production<br />Distribution<br />
  3. Financing<br />
  4. Motives behind Alliances<br />Risk reduction hypothesis<br />Internal Capital market hypothesis<br />Managerial bargaining power hypothesis<br />Market structure hypothesis<br />Resource pooling hypothesis<br />Specialization hypothesis<br />Lemon hypothesis<br />
  5. Research Basis<br />A sample of 275 films produced by 12 major studios <br />Assembled two datasets at the movie level<br />One consists of co-financed films and the other solely financed films<br />
  6. Variables taken in account<br />
  7. Comparison<br />Movie Industry Alliances<br />Alliances form after R&D<br />Time consuming<br />Inexpensive<br />Bio-Tech Industry Alliances<br />Alliances are formed before R&D<br />Less time consuming<br />Expensive<br />
  8. Findings<br />Solely Financed: Less Risky<br /> Strategic Alliance: More Risky<br />Performance doesn’t significantly differ in both cases<br />
  9. THANK YOU<br /><br />

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