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Emerging markets offer a wide range of opportunities for firms from developed markets, especially in terms of high growth potential. However, business models that enable firms to achieve competitive… (More)
Within the capabilities-based view of the firm, there is debate about the relative importance of ordinary and dynamic capabilities for firm performance and about the extent to which their performance… (More)
Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW) is an uncommon cardiac disorder having an aberrant pathway between atria and ventricles. We are reporting a known case of WPW syndrome for hysterectomy under… (More)
This paper investigates the financial consequences of entrepreneurial growth actions in a start-up. It argues that the growth actions in a start-up create an imbalance in the demand for and supply of… (More)
Plain language summary Home country institutions, for instance chambers of commerce and educational systems, can support firms' efforts to expand into foreign markets. However, only some firms… (More)
In this paper, we investigate the evolution of multinational corporation (MNC) research and development (RD for there are MNC subsidiaries that operate and innovate within and outside organizational… (More)
According to the resource-based view of the firm and its extensions, a firm’s capabilities are important drivers of its performance. The work by Teece, Pisano and Shuen (1997) has emphasized the im...
The research literature has looked at capabilities of a firm from various dimensions. Through this conceptual note, we aim to classify the literature on eight dimensions: Definition, Portfolio,… (More)
This paper investigates the innovation journey from ideation to market leadership as a series of strategic breakthroughs. Our model of innovation is built on the experiences of innovation journey o...
This study adopts a dynamic managerial capabilities (DMC) approach to investigate the role of board level managerial human capital (MHC) in international expansion of emerging market firms (EMFs). ...