M. Lourdes Sosa

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Study Part of the project " Global human health 2, towards effective cooperation on Medicine Research and development " (IP/A/STOA/FWC2005-28/SC19/25) The opinions expressed in this document do not necessarily represent the official position of the European Parliament. Reproduction and translation for non-commercial purposes are authorised provided the(More)
Traditional creative destruction theories distinguish disruptions as competence-destroying or competence-enhancing to incumbents’ capabilities, with the former case resulting in incumbents’ loss of competitive advantage in in-house R&D performance (even if complementary assets aid in retaining final market share). In this paper, I propose that attention to(More)