Does sticky information affect the locus of innovation? Evidence from the Japanese convenience-store industry

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Scholars have long discussed the locus of innovation and its determinants. There is empirical evidence that innovations can be developed by those holding any of a number of "functional" relationships to them such as manufacturer, user, or materials supplier. Past studies have considered two factors important in predicting the functional locus of innovation… (More)

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@inproceedings{OgawaDoesSI, title={Does sticky information affect the locus of innovation? Evidence from the Japanese convenience-store industry}, author={Susumu Ogawa} }