Consortium Agreement Bedeutung

- September 15, 2021

The above Claremont Consortium (known as Claremont Colleges) consists of Pomona College, Claremont Graduate University, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College and Keck Graduate Institute. These consortia have pooled the resources of their member universities and universities in order to share human and material assets and link academic and administrative resources. Coopetition is a word of cooperation and competition. It is used when companies that are otherwise competitors collaborate within a consortium to cooperate in areas that are not strategic for their core business. They prefer to reduce their costs in these non-strategic areas and compete in other areas where they can better differentiate themselves. There are also corporate consortia, for-profit, but they are less widespread. One of the best-known for-profit consortia is the airline manufacturer Airbus Industrie GIE. European aerospace manufacturers collaborate within the consortium to produce and sell commercial aircraft. An example of a for-profit consortium is a group of banks that work together to grant a loan – also known as a Syndicate. This type of loan is more often known as a syndicated loan. In England, it is common for a consortium to buy football clubs in financial difficulty to protect them from liquidation. [Citation required] The tornado was developed and built by Panavia Aircraft GmbH, a trinational consortium consisting of British Aerospace (formerly British Aircraft Corporation), MBB of West Germany and Aeritalia of Italy.

[Citation required] Consortia are often found in the non-profit field, for example among educational institutions. Teaching consortia often bring together resources such as libraries, research activities, and faculty and share them with group members to benefit their students. A consortium (plural: consortium) is an association of two or more individuals, companies, organizations or governments (or any combination of these entities) for the purpose of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources to achieve a common goal. . . .