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Knowledge connectivity: an agenda for innovation research in international business

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Knowledge connectivity: an agenda for innovation research in international business
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Cano-Kollmann
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Marcelo
Affiliation
Ohio University
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author
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Cantwell
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John
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Management & Global Business, Rutgers University
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author
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Hannigan
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Thomas J.
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Temple University
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author
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Mudambi
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Ram
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Temple University
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author
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Song
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Jaeyong
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Seoul National University
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author
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Management & Global Business
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Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick (RBS)
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Article, Refereed
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2016
Abstract (type = Abstract)
The innovation-driven multinational enterprise (MNE) has dominated international business (IB) research for several decades now. Beginning with the award winning research of Dunning, there have been calls for IB researchers to rediscover the importance of locations. Recent work has emphasized that firms and locations co-evolve with one another, as knowledge is transferred and leveraged across space. Integrating insights from IB and economic geography we propose a research agenda for IB scholarship on spatially dispersed yet connected innovation processes. This agenda is premised on the current reality of global value chains in which mobile (MNEs, people) and immobile (locations) factors interact. The research perspective suggested recognizes that locations are host to increasingly “fine sliced” activities, whose nature and composition is continuously changed by MNE-driven innovation processes. As today’s specialized activities become tomorrow’s standardized ones, the shifting distribution of global value creation depends upon the pattern of international knowledge connectivity.
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English
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20 p.
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Innovation
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Economic geography
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Connectivity
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Global value chains
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Tacit knowledge
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Specialized activities
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2016
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Journal of International Business Studies
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255-262
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47(3)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/jibs.2016.8
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Cantwell, John
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rucore30219400001
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Identifier (type = doi)
doi:10.7282/T38P62SW
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Peer reviewed.
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2017-04-01
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