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Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development

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  • Esther Tippmann
  • Pamela Sharkey Scott
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  • Esther Tippmann & Pamela Sharkey Scott & Andrew Parker, 2017. "Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 54(4), pages 455-482, June.
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