The Evolution of Intraindustry Firm Heterogeneity: Insights From a Process Study

@inproceedings{Noda2001TheEO,
  title={The Evolution of Intraindustry Firm Heterogeneity: Insights From a Process Study},
  author={Tomo Noda and David J. Collis},
  year={2001}
}
In this study, we propose a process framework for understanding the evolution of intraindustry firm heterogeneity, drawing on a longitudinal study of the development of the cellular telephone service business in seven “Baby Bells.” The framework depicts market, competitive, and organizational forces whose dynamic interplay shapes a process in which diversity among firms within an industry is created, magnified, and sustained. It elucidates path dependence in firm evolution and highlights… CONTINUE READING

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