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Regional dimension of firm level productivity determinants: the case of manufacturing and service firms in Ukraine

frameworks of the new trade theory through which economists study the relationship between productivity and international trade flows. In these models, the effects of trade liberalization vary across producers and depend on their productivity levels in particular. Aggregate productivity gains come from improved selection and increased competition that trade brings. A large number of empirical studies confirmed many of the predicted patterns predicted by the new trade theories that accounted for firm heterogeneity (e.g., Pavcnik, 2002 ; Bernard et al ., 2006 ; and

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Business models innovation based on crowds: a comparative study

part in the community. In the case of the designers, they get to see what their potential customers think of the design, practice their skills, and work in a “fun” community in exchange for a potential of winning a cash prize, or being found by job hunters. This is reinforced by the so-called “flow state,” which also exists when open source programmers design software [ Lakhani and Panetta, 2007 ]. When designers attain such a state, they find the process of designing particularly enjoyable. With a small number of major fashion retailers dominating the fashion

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Determination of Pressure Coefficient for a High-Rise Building with Atypical Ground Plan

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Effects of Network Capabilities on Firm Performance across Cultures

–1462. Li, S., Lin, B. (2006), Accessing information sharing and information quality in supply chain management, Decision Support Systems , Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 1641–1656. Ma, X., Yao, X., Xi, Y. (2009), How do interorganizational and interpersonal networks affect a firm’s strategic adaptive capability in a transition economy? Journal of Business Research , No. 62, pp. 1087–1095. McGrath, H., O’Toole, T. (2013), Industrial Marketing Management, 42, pp. 1141–1153. Madhavan, R., Iriyama, A. (2009), Understanding global flows of venture capital: Human

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Sustainability-oriented cross-functional collaboration to manage trade-offs and interdependencies

is regarded an essential organizational capability enabling organizational learning [ Nelson and Winter, 1982 ]. Gold et al. [2001] emphasize that KM needs to go beyond intraorganizational information management , i.e., beyond consolidating data as well as allow for smooth information flows. Effective KM also involves organizational adaptation and the development of organizational structures and routines that allow the firm to recognize, create and mobilize, as well as combine and transform knowledge. Hence, KM is closely related to the literature on dynamic

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