How do Latecomer Firms Capture Value From Disruptive Technologies? A Secondary Business-Model Innovation Perspective

@article{Wu2010HowDL,
  title={How do Latecomer Firms Capture Value From Disruptive Technologies? A Secondary Business-Model Innovation Perspective},
  author={Xiaobo Wu and Rufei Ma and Yongjiang Shi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management},
  year={2010},
  volume={57},
  pages={51-62}
}
To fill the research gap between extant theory of disruptive technology and latecomer firms' business-model innovation practices in emerging economies, we explore the new latecomer advantage implied in the phenomena of overshooting and nonconsuming. Based on inductive theory building with a comparative case study, we find that latecomer firms, though disadvantaged in technological capabilities and market resources, can successfully introduce disruptive technologies from advanced economies into… CONTINUE READING

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