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EXPLAINING THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE : SIGNAL BASED COMPETITION IN MULTI-ATTRIBUTE PRODUCT SPACE

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  title={EXPLAINING THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE : SIGNAL BASED COMPETITION IN MULTI-ATTRIBUTE PRODUCT SPACE},
  author={},
  year={2012}
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  • Published 2012
The industry life cycle (ILC) model “is so widely accepted and its basic premises so taken for granted that it has become conventional wisdom” (McGahan, Argyres et al. 2004). The ILC is a stylised characterization of observed regularities of how industries evolve from the initial development of a particular product, through the development of a mass market to a mature and stable industry. It is a model of industry behavior over time which provides insight to researchers, managers and policy… 

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