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Balancing Exploration and Exploitation Through Structural Design: The Isolation of Subgroups and Organizational Learning
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The classic trade-off between exploration and exploitation in organizational learning has attracted vigorous attention by researchers over the last two decades. Expand
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Role of network structure and network effects in diffusion of innovations
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A computational approach incorporating small-world graphs enables the authors to find that diffusion of innovation is more likely to fail in a random network than in a highly clustered network of consumers. Expand
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Reconsideration of the Winner-Take-All Hypothesis: Complex Networks and Local Bias
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The literature on network effects has popularized a hypothesis that competition between incompatible technologies results in the “winner-take-all” outcome. Expand
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The Power of Imperfect Imitation
We examine the power and limitations of imitation. Naive intuition may hold that the efficacy of imitation would be diminished by imperfections in copying high-performing firms. Employing aExpand
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Exploration and Exploitation in the Presence of Network Externalities
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This paper examines the conditions under which exploration of a new, incompatible technology is more likely to increase the chance of firm growth in the presence of network externalities when there are a substantial number of power users. Expand
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Innovation and Strategic Divergence: An Empirical Study of the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry from 1920 to 1960
  • Jeho Lee
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Manag. Sci.
  • 1 February 2003
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Some U.S. pharmaceutical firms responded to the opportunity presented by the discovery of antibiotics in the 1940s by investing more in R&D, while many others did not. Expand
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Propagation measurements for fixed wireless loops (FWL) in a suburban region with foliage and terrain blockages
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We present the results of propagation measurements at 2.485 GHz for fixed wireless loops. Expand
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A hidden cost of strategic alliances under Schumpeterian dynamics
Recently, proponents of interfirm R&D collaboration have emphasized its benefits. We develop a dynamic model of Schumpeterian competition to examine whether such collaboration is indeed beneficial inExpand
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An Evolutionary Perspective on Strategic Group Emergence: A Genetic Algorithm-Based Model
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We develop a simulation model to examine conditions under which strategic groups emerge and their performance difference persists. Expand
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Exploration, exploitation and adaptive rationality: the neo-Schumpeterian perspective
  • Jeho Lee, Y. Ryu
  • Computer Science
  • Simul. Model. Pract. Theory
  • 15 December 2002
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We develop a model to represent this trade-off under the time-pressing situation where the firm s existing basis of survival is constantly challenged by competitors’ innovation and imitation. Expand
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