Robert R. Wiggins

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The literature investigating the degree to which firm performance is associated with industry or corporate factors has recently been subject to criticism on the grounds of both methodological shortcomings and incomplete interpretation of results. Our research goes beyond these critiques to raise more basic issues concerning the assumptions underlying(More)
Hypercompetition” has been theorized to make competitive advantage increasingly more difficult to sustain in a wide range of industries. Further, sustained competitive advantage is now held to be less a matter of a single advantage maintained over time and more a matter of concatenating over time a sequence of advantages. This research examines 6772 firms(More)
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