Radical innovations from a dynamic capabilities point of view A Hybrid-Modeling Approach to Generate Pseudo-Empirical Data

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Sustained competitive advantage is a major issue in the field of management research. A growing number of scholars utilize the Dynamic Capabilities View as a reason for over average performance and adaptability of a firm, especially to radical innovations that threaten a firm’s survival. Due to the abstract character of the concept, the nature and impact of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Weitert2009RadicalIF, title={Radical innovations from a dynamic capabilities point of view A Hybrid-Modeling Approach to Generate Pseudo-Empirical Data}, author={Christian Weitert and Peter M. Milling}, year={2009} }