The present work responds to the need for literature on the incidence of interorganizational relations and the performance of new products in the context of tourist destinations. Specifically, the article analyzes the effect of market and technological dynamism on the relationship between interorganizational relations and the performance of new products in tourism companies. The empirical study is carried out on a sample of 300 companies located in Arequipa-Perú. Research results show that both innovativeness and technological dynamism enhance the link between interorganizational relationships and new product performance. Some theoretical implications for academics and also some practical implications for managers of tourism companies that carry out activities in the studied context are derived from the research.
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This work was supported by the Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa (Perú) IBA-CS-05-2021-UNSA.
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- Capacity for innovation
- Interorganizational relations
- Performance of new products
- Structural capital
- Technological dynamism