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Entrepreneurship in Russia and China: The Impact of Formal Institutional Voids
Transition economies are often characterized by underdeveloped formal institutions, often resulting in an unstable environment and creating a void usually filled by informal ones. Entrepreneurs inExpand
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Knowledge Assets: Securing Competitive Advantage in the Information Economy
Preface 1. Introduction 2. The Information Perspective 3. The Information Space (I-Space) 4. The Paradox of Value 5. Neoclassical versus Schumpeterian Orientation to Learning 6. Culture as aExpand
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Information space : a framework for learning in organizations, institutions and culture
List of Figures, tables. Foreword. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Orienting Thoughts on Information. 2. The Structuring of Information. 3. The Sharing of Information. 4. Dynamic Behaviour: TheExpand
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Which Way through the Open Door? Reflections on the Internationalization of Chinese Firms
Received internationalization theory argues that firms occupy domestic space before going abroad; in other words, large, oligopolistic firms are most likely to internationalize. The experience ofExpand
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The Iron Law of Fiefs: Bureaucratic Failure and the Problem of Governance in the Chinese Economic Reforms
The authors wish to acknowledge the helpful comments of Professor Tom Lupton and the ASO editor and anonymous reviewers. This paper argues that the current markets and hierarchies framework ofExpand
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Integrating Modernist and Postmodernist Perspectives on Organizations: A Complexity Science Bridge
Competition between modernism and postmodernism has not been fruitful, and management researchers are divided in their preference, thereby undermining the legitimacy of truth claims in the field as aExpand
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Data, information and knowledge: have we got it right?
Abstract.Economists make the unarticulated assumption that information is something that stands apart from and is independent of the processor of information and its internal characteristics. WeExpand
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Is your firm a creative destroyer? Competitive learning and knowledge flows in the technological strategies of firms
Abstract A firm's technology strategy can be described either as a war of position or a war of movement. The first kind of strategy leads the firm to hoard its technological assets in an attempt toExpand
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Exploring the information space: a strategic perspective on information systems
El pensament relatiu als sistemes d'informacio ha barrejat tradicionalment dades, informacio i coneixement. Els agents intel·ligents converteixen les dades en informacio i, aquesta, en coneixement, iExpand
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