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Just as a system is more than the sum of its components, so the collection of chapters stresses the need to take an interdisciplinary view of innovation and IT in the international context. 2 Resources: Agents knowledge IT Strategy and operation management issues • Knowledge management • Configurational design • Distance matters • Diversity of agents and behaviors The book seen from a systemic view of IT-enabled innovation Te’eni and Rowe 13 design, distance and diversity when designing organizations and their use of IT for higher innovative performance.
2008) Cirillo and Valentini 37 transfer of knowledge to Taiwanese ﬁrms that comes through the constant adaptations of their production methods to speciﬁcations provided by foreign purchasers. Although empirical support is provided by case studies, econometric evidence in favor of ‘learning’ in foreign markets from exporting is also relatively scant. In particular, studies that investigate the relationship between exporting and productivity in developed countries are rather unanimous in supporting the selection hypothesis behind the export– productivity link, where sunk start-up costs associated with becoming an exporter lead to the self-selection of more productive ﬁrms into exporting.
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