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Chapter 6

1.H. Aldrich, Organizations Evolving (London: Sage, 1999).
2.D. Teece, “Profiting from Technological Innovation: Implications for Integration, Collaboration, Licensing and Public Policy,” in D. Teece (ed), The Competitive Challenge, ed. D. Teece (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1987).
3.C. Christiansen, The Innovator’s Dilemma (Cambridge: Harvard Business School Press, 1997).
4.Ibid.
5.P. Grant, and A. Latour, “Battered Telecoms Face New Challenge: Internet Calling,” Wall Street Journal, October 9, 2003, pp. A1, A9.
6.C. Christiansen, The Innovator’s Dilemma. op. cit.
7.R. Henderson and K. Clark, “Architectural Innovation: The Reconfiguration of Existing Product Technologies and the Failure of Established Firms. Administrative Science Quarterly 35 (1990): 9–30.
8.Ibid.
9.B. Holmstrom, “Agency Costs and Innovation.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 12 (1989): 305–27.
10.R. Kanter, “When a Thousand Flowers Bloom: Structural, Collective, and Social Conditions for Innovations in Organization.” Research in Organizational Behavior 10 (1988): 169–211.
11.D. Barton, Commercializing Technology: Imaginative Understanding of User Needs (Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Note 9-694-102, 1994).
12.S. Winter, “Schumpeterian Competition in Alternative Technological Regimes.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (1984): 287–320.
13.R. Young and J. Francis, “Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Small Manufacturing Firms,” Social Science Quarterly 72 no. 1 (1991): 149–62.



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