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We investigated how the knowledge capabilities of industry incumbents affected the generation, development, and performance of " spin-outs " (entrepreneurial ventures of ex-employees). Analyses of 1977–97 data from the disk drive industry supported our hypothesis that incumbents with both strong technological and market pioneering know-how generate fewer(More)
M odularity in product design and flexible supply chains is increasingly common in buyer–supplier relationships. Although the benefits of supply chain flexibility and component modularity for end-product manufacturers are accepted, little is known about their impact on suppliers. We advance the literature on mod-ularity by exploring how three aspects of a(More)
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