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The collapse of Japan's bubble economy in 1990 and the persistence of recessionary conditions in the 1990s have raised doubts about the viability of the 'Japanese model', particularly in the West but increasingly in Japan as well. This paper argues that Japan's economic problems - unemployment,...
This paper describes the history, size and scope of the public enterprise sector in Brazil, using a variety of indicators and drawing from different interpretative sources. It shows that at least until the 1970s, state-owned enterprises contributed to the industrialization process and to fiscal...
This paper presents a model that complements the research stream of transaction cost economies with the dynamic capabilities approach. The paper shows that, even though technological alliances involving specific assets deployed in emerging industries are exposed to high transaction costs, they...
This paper argues that turnover processes in top management teams create inter-organizational interdependencies. I argue that managerial capabilities are shaped by their experiences in a given competitive context; differences in managerial tenure therefore lead to differences in managerial...
Sociologists contend that industries can be importantly characterized as sets of interlocking producer positions. This paper argues that this distinctively relational conception of a market represents a powerful framework for depicting and analyzing the process of technical change. The paper...
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